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Alan Dershowitz says that the prosecutor in the Freddie Gray case acted irresponsibly and was politically motivated.

Dershowitz said that Baltimore's state's attorney Marilyn Mosby overcharged the six police officers linked to the case.

"These are officers who may have made a mistake, but they are not guilty of criminal conduct," Dershowitz said.

He said he understands Mosby tried to "stop the mob" but said that the criminal justice system must not be used to solve racial problems.

"She's a symptom of a larger problem. Black Lives Matter is endangering the fairness of our legal system because they're rooting for outcomes based on race."

He said the problem started in 1995 with the O.J. Simpson case (in which he served as part of Simpson's defense team), when many African-Americans wanted an acquittal.

Watch the full interview above.


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