|Yes, this is a letter Mosby wrote to Baltimore voters in May of 2013...|
May 25th, 2013
Dear Constituents of Baltimore City, Baltimore City has the potential to truly be "the greatest city in America," however, we cannot ignore that we are in a state of crisis.
When thugs and murderers control our neighborhoods from jail and our mothers, grandmothers and children are afraid to walk down the streets in their own communities for fear of being robbed, hurt, and or intimidated by gangs, we are failing in every sense of the word.
When police officers are doing all that they can to get community terrorists off the streets and into jail, I find it intolerable when the State's Attorney's Office is unable to obtain convictions to keep them there.
As a former prosecutor in Baltimore city, the most flagrant and recurrent problem that I encountered was convincing a jury to look past, what has become, a "culture of distrust" of the criminal justice system.
Baltimore is viewed by many as the home of witness intimidation, where the notorious "stop snitching" mentality began, yet and still the current State's Attorney, has made no attempts to address and/or change this culture of distrust.
Further exacerbating this distrust for many constituents, is the fact that up until now, the current State's Attorney has not been active nor has he been present in varying communities throughout Baltimore. Clearly, it's time for us to make a change.
Charged as an administrator of justice, the function of a State's Attorney is to seek to reform and improve the administration of the criminal justice system, which obviously isn't taking place.
Hence, I believe that with my successful trial experience as a prosecutor for 6 years, my passion for the pursuit of justice over convictions, and my unyielding love for my community, now is the time for me to stand up and remedy what is broken for so many communities throughout Baltimore: Trust. I will bring fresh ideas and positive solutions to improve the administration of the State's Attorney's Office in Baltimore City, and will offer voters a better choice: a leader Baltimore can trust.
Marilyn Mosby, Esq.Though these lines were written back in May of 2013, read Mosby's campaign words again:
When thugs and murderers control our neighborhoods from jail and our mothers, grandmothers and children are afraid to walk down the streets in their own communities for fear of being robbed, hurt, and or intimidated by gangs, we are failing in every sense of the word.Of course the black Baltimore mayor and many of the black Baltimore city council members would apologize for calling the black rioters/looters/arsonists "thugs," but Mosby's initial campaign announcement made it clear she was not afraid to target the very black people making the city unsafe.
Of course, she was quick to base her decision to indict six Baltimore Police Officers because she heard their cries of "No Justice, No Peace" over the police sirens and chaos as Baltimore burned, thereby siding with those black gangs who create the environment where black mothers, grandmothers, and children are afraid to walk down the streets...
But it's important to remember the letter she published which announced her candidacy. Promises of restoring law and order to a city regressing to the black mean, which accelerated exponentially once she sided with the black gangs and drug dealers (of which Freddie Gray was a convicted member of this unholy order)[West Baltimore’s Police Presence Drops, and Murders Soar,New York Times, June 12, 2015] :
From the steps of her New Bethlehem Baptist Church, the Rev. Lisa Weah looked down the block to the open-air drug market outside the bodega on the corner a few hundred feet away. The traffic there had been slowing until the chaos that followed the death of Freddie Gray on April 19, after he was injured in police custody.
Now it is back full-bore, and the police are often nowhere to be seen. “Without law enforcement, there is no order,” Pastor Weah said. “In truth, residents want a strong police force, but they also want accountability.”
She said that she sympathized with many officers who did their jobs well but were now just as hated as the abusive officers, and that she prayed the spate of killings would be the shock that finally caused change.
“This crisis was bound to happen because of the broken relationship between law enforcement and the people,” she said. “When something gets this infected, you have to break it down and start from new.”
At least 55 people, the highest pace since the early 1970s, have been killed in Baltimore since May 1, when the state’s attorney for the city, Marilyn J. Mosby, announced the criminal charges against the officers. Victims of shootings have included people involved in criminal activity and young children who were simply in the wrong place.Mosby handed the city of Baltimore over to the very people she promised to prosecute in her initial campaign letter in 2013.
Correctly, the police have stood down in the face of this shocking act of black solidarity by Mosby (who would rather call the black gangs and heroin dealers - like the late Freddie Gray - allies instead of the police), and the 65 percent black city of Baltimore is now in the hands of "thugs and murderers."
"Progress always wins," the female protagonist intones in Jurassic World, to which Chris Pratt's character replies, "Maybe progress should lose for once."
In 2015 Baltimore, progress has lost.
A city completely run by black elected or black appointed officials has exposed the true incompatibility of blackness to western civilization once and for all; courtesy of Marilyn Mosby's initial campaign letter to her would-be constituents, we see her tribal loyalty to blacks ultimately trumped her duty to defend the white man's law and order.