Lawyers for the six Baltimore police officers who have been charged in the death of Freddie Gray have filed papers with the court that, if true, means that Marilyn Mosby has hidden exculpatory evidence and may have helped shape the autopsy report.
In any criminal case, the prosecutor must provide ALL evidence gathered to the defense lawyers. Apparently, that is not the case if the filings are correct. The black activist prosecutor has been accused of questionable acts and has been seen as a self promoting politician hell-bent on prosecuting the police officers for political gain.
According to the filing by defense attorneys, Mosby met privately with Carol Allan just days before the autopsy results were made public. Mosby did not report this to the defense and leads one to wonder if she didn’t convince Allan to rule the death a homicide.
The meeting could have been harmless, but if that was the case, why was it not included in the discovery of the case? Had this been the only information withheld from the defense, it would not be quite so damning.