A former Baltimore prosecutor says state's attorney Marilyn Mosby is to blame for a dramatic spike in violent crime in the city.

In an op-ed for The Baltimore Sun, Roya Hanna wrote that Mosby’s actions during her short time in office have contributed to the more than 200 murders that the city has seen so far this year.

"City arrests dropped and violence increased because officers cannot trust that she won't again decide to place their futures in jeopardy," Hanna wrote.

On "The Kelly File" tonight, Hanna said that she watched the murder rate go up and up and never saw the state's attorney's office take any action.

She asserted that Mosby is a weak prosecutor, a wasteful CEO and a lawyer who doesn't know the law.

"Those three things, combined with her inexperience, have really created an untenable situation," Hanna said.

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