Overzealous Baltimore state's attorney Marilyn Mosby fails to railroad any of the six police officers she charged with various crimes against a detainee. But it's all the system's fault, she asserts, not her lack of professionalism. It's too much even for the city's ward-heeler mayor, last seen shouting about hope and change at some Democrat gathering in Philadelphia. "Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she supported Mosby but questioned whether she had gone too far in her criticisms of the criminal justice system."
Perhaps in her failure, there might be a boost to police morale, and a modicum of additional safety for the residents of that petri dish of Democrat failures.