Tuesday, April 16, 2024
04/16/2024

Law enforcement officers celebrate conviction of pro-BLM former Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby

Former Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby faces up to 40 years behind bars after being convicted on Tuesday of one count of mortgage fraud. Those within law enforcement circles are celebrating the conviction, blasting the former state’s attorney for the damage her tenure cost the city.

Mosby’s critics say they "can’t wait" to see Mosby behind bars, who faces the up to 4 decades-long sentence after being found guilty of one count of mortgage fraud in connection with using claims of Covid hardship to pull funds from her retirement and buy a condo in Florida’s Gulf Coast, and claiming that $5,000 she received for the down payment on the property came from her ex-husband.

Dave Goitia, a police officer and Medal of Valor recipient told the Daily Mail, "The consequences of that failed leadership are going to last for generations. The victims are the people of Baltimore that suffer violent crime because of a police department that is completely demoralized."

Betsy Brantner Smith, a former police sergeant, told the outlet she "can’t wait" for Mosby’s sentencing, and criticized the impact Mosby’s tenure had on police relations in Baltimore.

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