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BOOM: Federal Judge Drops the Hammer, Says Case Against Mosby Can Continue

Following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, Marilyn J. Mosby, Baltimore City State’s Attorney, took a leading role in the investigation. She was so involved that she has been accused of distorting the facts to score political points.

Five of the six police officers charged in Gray’s death filed a lawsuit against Mosby. Although Mosby’s attorneys argued that, as a prosecuting attorney, she was immune to being sued by those she was charging.

Not so, ruled U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis.

“Plaintiffs’ malicious prosecution claims relate to her actions when functioning as an investigator and not as a prosecutor,” Judge Garbis wrote in his ruling.

Judge Garbis allowed claims of malicious prosecution, defamation and invasion of privacy. Gabis did not allow claims that included false arrest, false imprisonment, and abuse of process, as well as any claims against the state to move forward.

The charges of defamation and invasion of privacy resulted from the infamous news conference Mosby held where she made a huge spectacle out of announcing the charges against the officers.

The six officers charged were either acquitted, had their cases end in a mistrial, or had the charges against them dropped.

Judge Garbis’ ruling sends a warning to prosecutors to act within their job descriptions or they could be held accountable.

Conservative Tribune reports:

After the 2015 death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby took a highly active role in the investigation, leading some to accuse her of distorting the facts of the case to score political points.

Five of the six police officers charged in Gray’s death have filed a lawsuit against Mosby, and on Jan. 6, U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis ruled that some of the claims against Mosby can move forward, The Baltimore Sun reported.

From FC.