Disturbing Fact From Baltimore Prosecutor’s Past Is Revealed

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Ever since the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has been on a rampage to punish any police officer she can. When confronted about her anti-cop stance, Mosby likes to say that she comes from a family of police officers as a defense.

Newly-surfaced reports, however, have revealed that she may want to stop bringing up this aspect of her past.

These reports show that Mosby’s father, former Boston police officer Alan James, was a notoriously dirty cop who participated in armed robberies. Though he was never charged with a crime, James was eventually fired for “conduct unbecoming an officer.”

Records also show that Mosby comes from a long line of cop-hating race-baiters. In 1986, her maternal grandfather Prescott Thompson sued the Boston Police Department “claiming that he was the target of racial discrimination after he was denied a job.”

This turned out to be a blatant lie. In reality, Thompson had suffered a career-ending injury in 1971 that led to him losing his right eye and retiring in 1976. Bored in retirement, he reapplied to the police department a few years later, but he was denied because of his limited vision.


“Sight in two eyes is a bonafide occupation qualification for the position sought,” Francis Roache, Boston’s police commissioner at the time, wrote to Thompson. This was when Thompson fired his ridiculous lawsuit.

In addition, Thompson often said that he had a “traumatic experience” with a police officer as a child, and that he became a cop to “prevent that sort of treatment from happening to another black child.” Thompson wasn’t the only person in Mosby’s family to file a racial discrimination against police: her uncle (Thompson’s son) did as well.

It looks like Mosby is trying to continue the anti-cop crusade that her family has been fighting for decades. This woman needs to be stopped, or else six lives will be ruined forever thanks to her insane agenda.

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