If there is one thing I know about people that are complete liars, it is that they will always try to convince people that they are doing the right thing or that they really need your help.
I once again point to the story of the relative of mine, who shall remain nameless, that came to my house one day asking to borrow two hundred dollars or their water was going to get shut off. He had kids, and I couldn’t have that, so I paid the bill right then and there.
Two days later, my wife and I are out at a casino when who do I see sitting at a slot machine but the same guy whose water bill I paid. His argument was that he was trying to get the money to pay me back. I never spoke to him again, even when it was his gas that got shut off six months later.
Do you remember corrupt DA Marilyn Mosby from Baltimore? She was the one who charged six officers in the death of Freddie Gray. She hid all kinds of exculpatory evidence in order convict the six officers.
Well, now, she and her husband, City Council President Nick Mosby are under federal investigation. Mosby is accused of spending campaign contributions on her private legal fees.
Mosby made national headlines after she charged the six officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
In the end all charges were dropped against all six after it was discovered that she tried to hide all kinds of exculpatory evidence coupled with her inane filing that got the names and the addresses of the officers wrong.
As a result, police became more cautious and as a result the murder rate rose to new heights.
“When Miss Mosby stood up in front of the world with her theatrics at her press conference last Friday she charged two of the wrong people. Now, when I say she charged two of the wrong people, I don’t mean she charged two of the wrong officers. I mean she charged the wrong people. Innocent people. Of the six police officers that were charged two of them were charged under the wrong names, the wrong dates of birth and the wrong addresses.
Mosby was humiliated after all charges were dropped against all officers.
CBS Local reported:
All charges have been dismissed against all the officers who still faced trial in connection with the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray last April.
The prosecutors’ decision came at a pretrial motions hearing for Officer Garrett Miller, who faced charges of second-degree assault, misconduct in office and reckless endangerment.