Krauthammer on Mosby's Remarks to Protesters: 'Her Job is Not to Bring Peace'
Tonight Charles Krauthammer discussed the announcement of criminal charges against six officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced earlier today that there is “probable cause” to file charges against six Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
She said that the medical examiner has ruled Gray’s death a homicide. All six police officers were charged in connection with his death, with charges ranging from murder to assault.
Krauthammer stated on "Special Report" that he "doesn't quite understand how a medical examiner can determine whether something was a homicide or accidental if it happened inside of a van where presumably nobody was at the time the injury was suffered."
Krauthammer also criticized Mosby for the remarks she made towards protesters. He explained that "she essentially said to the mob, 'I will speak on your behalf, I will bring you justice and now you will bring peace.'"
"She doesn't speak for the mob and her job is not to bring peace," Krauthammer stated. "Her job is to adjudicate these issues without consideration for what's going to happen outside."
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