Following the acquittal of Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero in the death of Freddie Gray, the prosecutor in the case, Marilyn Mosby, is under fire.
Judge Jeanine Pirro explained on "America's Newsroom" that Mosby showed her inexperience in her rush to judgment and her eagerness to file charges against the six officers allegedly involved in Gray's April 2015 death.
Judge Jeanine pointed out that when Mosby announced the charges she used language like "to the youth of this city, I will seek justice on your behalf" and "no justice, no peace."
"As prosecutors, that's not our job," Judge Jeanine said. "Our job is to put the allegations where the evidence is."
She asserted that Mosby was looking to make a grand statement about the relationship between African-Americans and law enforcement in America, but she didn't have the facts on her side.
"Marilyn Mosby, honestly, I don't think she belongs in that position," Judge Jeanine said. "I think she's got real problems, and her rush to judgment has negatively caused this city of Baltimore enormous costs."
"Shame on her."
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