Sheriff David Clarke – These Baltimore Officers Are “Political Prisoners”


Sheriff Clarke

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the criminals are in charge of the jail and the innocent are the prisoners. We have a lawless and extremist president who is encouraging racial unrest and using people like Al Sharpton, Marilyn Mosby and Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to assist him in his political movement to fundamentally transform the system of law enforcement in this country.

Barack Obama is the angry mob.

Think about the driver as one example of how overcharged this case is. He is facing decades in jail for murder because he didn’t buckle Freddy Clarke’s seatbelt.

The police are “political prisoners” who are being “thrown like red meat to an angry mob,” Sheriff Clarke said on the Neil Cavuto Show on Saturday.

“She [Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby] knows she’s not going to be able to prove these charges without reasonable doubt. This is George Zimmerman and the Duke LaCrosse case all over again…I’m appalled.”

“She almost did this will glee,” he said of Mosby.

“Just because it’s been ruled a homicide, doesn’t mean someone is criminally liable…I’m listening to the emotion in her voice. The statements she made at the end of that press conference. That’s political activism. It’s wrong. Probably in violation of her code of ethics as a lawyer. And again, I’m going to take my time with this, but I’m not going to sit idly by and I’m going to call out to every law enforcement officer in the country to pay attention. Because I see a pattern.”

“I’m not going to silently stand by and watch my brother officers, offered up as human sacrifices, thrown like red meat to an angry mob, just to appease this angry mob,” Clarke said.

Sheriff Clarke said there are problems from a strategic standpoint but that doesn’t make it criminal.

“These cops are political prisoners…because this State’s attorney stood up there and made a political statement at the end, talking about she hears the voices and no justice and no peace, those are chants from this angry mob. That’s not looking for justice.”

When he heard the cheers, he was sickened because there are no winners.

“This is nothing more than emotion on her part. She’s emotionally connected. She knows that. She should remove herself.”

“This is not consistent with our system of justice.”