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It looks like State Attorney Marilyn Mosby, the #BlackLivesMatters supporting prosecutor just got some bad news in her witch hunt against the six Baltimore police officers involved in the case of Freddie Gray who died while in custody.

Anyone that witnessed the events unfold knows that the only reason these charges were even filed in the first place is because Mosby wants to appease the black thugs that rioted, looted and burned the city down to the ground.

She examined the evidence in less than a day and IMMEDIATELY announced that she would bring charges against the officers.

The U.S. Department of Justice just announced that they will not bring federal charges against the six police officers involved in the arrest and in-custody death of Freddie Gray.

Gray is the black man whose death sparked weeks of protests, rioting and unrest in Baltimore.

Gray, 25, suffered severe spinal cord injuries in the back of the van in April 2015 and died a week after his arrest. His death sparked widespread, peaceful protests against police brutality, and his funeral was followed by rioting, looting and arson.

Three officers were acquitted at trial, and Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby later dropped the remaining state cases.

The Gray family’s attorney, Billy Murphy, said the Justice Department informed him on Tuesday that no federal charges would be filed. The decision means none of the officers will be held criminally responsible for Gray’s death, Fox News reports.

Five officers face internal disciplinary hearings scheduled to begin Oct. 30. Those officers are Lt. Brian Rice, Sgt. Alicia White and officers Caesar Goodson, Edward Nero and Garrett Miller. The sixth officer, William Porter, was not charged administratively.

The Justice Department decision was first reported by The Baltimore Sun. The agency, along with the Baltimore Police Department, Mayor Catherine Pugh, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and the U.S. Attorney’s Office declined to comment on the decision.

Gray’s death triggered the firing of then-police commissioner Anthony Batts and prompted the Justice Department to open an investigation into allegations of discriminatory policing practices and unlawful arrests.

Last year, the Justice Department released a report detailing widespread patterns of abuse and misconduct within the Baltimore Police Department, and in January entered into a court-enforceable agreement to reform the troubled agency.

On Tuesday, attorneys representing the officers expressed relief that their clients will not be held criminally responsible for Gray’s death.

“These cases were never criminal and should never have been charged as such,” said Rice’s attorney, Michael Belsky.

Joe Murtha, who represents Porter, said he was relieved the department “determined that there wasn’t a basis to move forward with the civil rights action,” adding: “It’s a good decision.”

So finally, after months of hanging in the balance, these officers, who served their community proudly, can rest easy knowing they won’t be victims of a political lynching brought on by an activist prosecutor intent on getting revenge for an accidental death. These trials were a sham to begin with, and charges were only brought by Mosby in order to placate the rioters in Baltimore who destroyed the city following Gray’s death, and thankfully justice ultimately prevailed.

God Bless.

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