Baltimore: Malicious prosecution lawsuit against Mosby to proceed

A federal judge is allowing key parts of a lawsuit against Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, brought by five of the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, to move forward.

U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis ruled that claims including malicious prosecution, defamation, and invasion of privacy can move forward against Mosby and Assistant Sheriff Samuel Cogen, who wrote the statement of probable cause.

Mosby’s attorneys had said she has absolute prosecutorial immunity from actions taken as a state’s attorney. But Garbis noted that her office has said it conducted an independent investigation.

“Plaintiffs’ malicious prosecution claims relate to her actions when functioning as an investigator and not as a prosecutor,” Garbis wrote.

Freddie Gray case: Judge allows malicious prosecution lawsuit against Mosby to proceed – The Baltimore Sun

Truth be told, that is not enough. I also hold her directly responsible for the looting, arson and general mayhem that came about from her political witch hunt against the police officers. She wanted to rule by Social Media’s “Likes” and “Loves” and caused untold damage to the city.

Welcome to Real Life.

2 Replies to “Baltimore: Malicious prosecution lawsuit against Mosby to proceed”

  1. I have to say, watching this brutally incompetent narcissist’s entire prosecution against those police officers go down in flames was one of the most enjoyable moments of 2016. With any luck, 2017 will see her disbarred and deposed.


  2. What are the chances of charging her with damages? Even a civil trial, if not full up criminal trial. I think any competent shark could make the argument that her actions prolonged and exacerbated the riots.



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