Saturday, July 30, 2016

Text Messages Reveal Mosby's Political Narrative

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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The race-baiters of the liberal left will do anything to support their narrative about racism in America. . . even if it means lying and using deception to make it so.  The agenda follows the Hegelian Dialectic perfectly.  Create a problem (racism in the U.S.), create opposition (Black Lives Matter) and then create a solution (big government interference, more laws, prosecution against those who dare to get in the way).

The racial division rising up in this country has been manufactured, politically driven by the liberal left Democrats.  While President Obama ran way back in 2008 as the guy who can unite America, he has set us back fifty years in race relations.

When Barack Obama first burst on the scene for President of the United States, he was being hailed as a constitutional professor.  We were told he taught the Constitution, so if anyone was going to get us back on track with the United States Constitution, it was Mr. Obama from Illinois.  Curious, I looked him up, and found that Obama did indeed lecture regarding the Constitution at the University of Chicago - but what he lectured on not only was hidden from the public view, but sums him up nicely.

At the University of Illinois, Community Organizer Barack Obama lectured on how to use the 14th Amendment to create racial division.

Fast forward to 2016, after years of riots, racial discontent, police shootings, and the emergence of Black Lives Matter.  Among the triggers of racial discord has been the accusation that the police are targeting blacks.  The death of Trayvon Martin in 2012 got the narrative blazing hot, followed by the shooting of Michael Brown by white police in Ferguson, Missouri (which launched the Ferguson riots), and Freddie Gray's questionable death allegedly by the hands of the police in Baltimore.  The City of Baltimore, like Ferguson, erupted into violence, and the local attorney general, Marilyn Mosby was determined to make sure a political narrative was followed blaming the police for Gray's death. . . no matter what the evidence suggested.

Conservative pundits picked up on the problem immediately.  Evidence leaned towards the idea that Freddie Gray's injuries, and his death, were self-imposed.  Nonetheless, Mosby's office pursued the prosecution of six police officers, claiming Freddie Gray's death was their fault, and the fault of our American System.

Black Lives Matter, the liberal left media, and the Democrat Party all rallied behind Mosby, supporting the politically driven case because success would be a boon for their "America is racist" and "the police are dangerous" narratives.

Text messages are emerging revealing the political nature of Mosby's prosecution, and how a misleading narrative was presented to the Grand Jury in the first place.

Since the cases went to court, the lack of evidence made Mosby's prosecution look laughable and incompetent.

Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy said on "The Steve Malzberg Show" that the "whole case was really a travesty."

"It's a tragedy not just for the police officers who've been wrongly charged in this case, but also at a time when homicides hit a record number last year in Baltimore — and even nonfatal shooting are up 72 percent — what [Mosby] has done is create a climate where cops have to worry about whether they're going to be prosecuted for doing their job," he charged.

Not one charge Marilyn Mosby brought against any of the Baltimore police officers named in the Freddie Gray case has been upheld. Mosby is 0 for 3 in cases brought before the court, and the other three cases have been dismissed, making her score a resounding 0 for 6.

We've known all along the Baltimore cases against six police officers in the Freddie Gray death were politically motivated, and all about the narrative.  Now, according to the Baltimore Sun, there are text messages to prove it.

The text messages were between the police investigator and the attorney for the prosecution, and they raise some very serious questions.

The text messages, which are time/date stamped as most are, are completely counter to what is being said by Marilyn Mosby.

The lead detective, Dawnyell Taylor, said she had handwritten case notes from the prosecutors indicating they were going to charge the officers in the Freddie Gray case no matter what the officers said or where the evidence led.

Taylor said she was handed a narrative by the prosecution that she read to the grand jury regarding indictments of the officers. 

Taylor said, “As I read over the narrative it had several things that I found to be inconsistent with our investigation. I thought the statements in the narrative were misquoted.”

Taylor also said that when the jurors began to ask her questions, the prosecutors intervened before she could respond.  “They did not intend for me to answer any questions because all of my answers would obviously conflict with what I had just read to them.”

Marilyn Mosby now claims that those case notes were written “after the fact” in order to undermine the prosecution’s case.

Mosby said, “Lead detectives that were completely uncooperative and started a counter-investigation to disprove the state’s case by not executing search warrants pertaining to text messages among police officers involved in the case, creating videos to disprove the state’s case, without our knowledge, creating notes that were drafted after the case was launched.”

Still and all, on the day that Taylor testified before the grand jury, on the same day the grand jury voted to indict the officers, Taylor sent a text message to the deputy state’s attorney almost identical to her case notes.  “I did not feel comfortable reading that script before we discussed it and I swore to it. I’m find with finding the facts but between us I believe we omitted key things from their combined statements.”

The deputy state’s attorney then tried to have Detective Taylor removed from the case entirely, but she wasn’t successful in her endeavor.

The text messages now coming to light back up what the lead investigator, Dawnyell Taylor, has been saying about the prosecutors. goes further in their observation.  "Text messages obtained by the attorneys for the six policemen on trial for the death of Freddie Gray show that the office of Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby may have committed perjury in preliminary motions filed in the case."


According to the attorneys, they have phone logs and text messages from April 27 that show that one of Mosby’s prosecutors was “judge shopping” to find a friendly judge to issue a warrant.

In a new twist, the officers involved in the Freddie Gray case are suing Marilyn Mosby.

This is what happens when the liberal left has a narrative, and they can't get the facts to cooperate.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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