Mark Levin – “Disgraceful Prosecutor” and Her “Radical Kook Husband” Launched a Political Prosecution

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People with courage are weighing in on the outrageous, criminal prosecution of six police officers over the death of criminal Freddy Gray. Freddie Gray certainly didn’t deserve to die but this isn’t about Freddie Gray, it’s about the leftist mobs and their followers. It’s about a hate for police officers that transcends race.

Mark Levin and Alan Dershowitz both weighed in.

The “disgraceful prosecutor” Marilyn Mosby and her “radical kook husband” have launched a political prosecution to satisfy the mobs, legendary attorney Mark Levin believes, and many other rational people agree.

Personally, I think the police in Baltimore should go around and arrest anyone for attempted murder if they have a passenger not buckled in with a seatbelt. If someone is injured or died because they didn’t have their seat belt on, they must be arrested for murder. It’s only right since they arrested these officers and charged them with murder in one case and leveled other serious charges in the remaining cases over a seatbelt law that only went into effect on April 9th.

The prosecutor’s comments, particularly at the end, exposed her, Levin said.

There was no sign of abuse, but she is not only prosecuting them, she threw everything and the kitchen sink at them, Levin said.

Listen:

We are watching Occupiers, communists, anarchists, radical Democrats leading a mob, some with legitimate complaints, and all hate-filled. They are winning. That’s why they are so thrilled with this indictment. Their victory march, while insulting police who were there to protect their sorry asses, is a march for anti-American revolutionaries. Check out their signs if you don’t believe that.

The goal is to nationalize the police as if one person in the executive in full control of all police isn’t a recipe for totalitarianism.

Harvard attorney, Alan Dershowitz, said it was entirely based on politics and “crowd control.” It’s more than that but his point is worth considering.

Dershowitz called it “a very sad day for justice” and told Steve Malzberg on Newsmax TV that Mosby acted out of a “desire to prevent riots.” It will be “virtually impossible,” he predicted, for the six officers involved to get a fair trial.

And as for murder charges, Dershowitz said there’s “no plausible, hypothetical, conceivable case for murder” and “this is a show trial.” He predicted that Mosby might get removed as prosecutor and Baltimore citizens may get upset if and/or when they “move to a place with a different demographic.”

He concluded that it’s “unlikely they’ll get any convictions in this case” and if they do they’ll likely “be reversed on appeal.”

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