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The Baltimore state’s attorney, Marilyn Mosby, took aim at the city’s police union on Saturday, after the union officials had been sentenced for a violent attack on Friday night against a city police officer.
Robin accused the police union of “fanning the very flames, they call to me, to be able to,” said union officials have responded to the violent attack on the ” inappropriate political rhetoric.”
In a video posted on social media shows a Baltimore police sergeant, struggling on the ground, leave Friday for a suspect who reportedly quarreled in the sergeant’s face. The police, after being repeatedly kicked by the bystanders, while trying to make the arrest.
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The officer was not seriously injured, but the Maryland governor, who is the mayor of the city, and the commissioner of police, condemned the crowd’s behaviour, while also commending the work of the police.
But, As Sgt. Mike Mancuso, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3, said officers of the town have shared in the blame for the attack, claiming that it was “an indication of a broken city, which is being led by people who have absolutely no real-time crime plan, or so it seems, to even know how to formulate one.”
Baltimore, may occur post-2020, a year that saw the city’s per-capita record for the murders, and saw that the town Hall is disrupted by a former lord mayor, Catherine Pugh’s Able to retire, and her subsequent guilty plea on conspiracy and tax evasion charges in connection with a scam relating to the sale of her self-published children’s book.
“The crime rate in the area is out of control,” Mancuso observed, “until a new board is elected and appointed, lack of respect for the law and those who enforce it will continue and expand.”
“The crime rate in the area is out of control, and that a new board has been elected and appointed, lack of respect for the law and those who enforce it will continue and expand.”
— The Baltimore police department Sgt. Mike Mancuso, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3
Just a few days ago, Maryland’s Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, expressed sentiments similar to Mancuso’s – who of Baltimore-Democrat, the city’s leaders, there was no adequate plan to tackle crime.
“It takes real leadership to the city and the stars, and the tough,” Hogan said Wednesday at a Maryland National Guard, event, Baltimore’s WBAL-TV reported. “There is no crime plan, no continuity, and it is simply unacceptable that people are being shot and killed in the streets every day, and the people are fed up with it.”
“There is no crime plan, no continuity, and it is simply unacceptable that people are being shot and killed in the streets every day, and the people are fed up with it.”
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan speaks to, in Annapolis, Md., Jan. 30, 2019 at the latest. (The Associated Press)
Later on Saturday, Mancuso doubled after Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and Police Commissioner, Michael Harrison, addressed reporters at a Saturday news conference about the attack on the police sergeant.
“It is clear that the Auditor does not fully appreciate the seriousness of the situation, to which our gallant Brother, in spite of its blatancy,” Mancuso wrote in a statement. “He may not have to deal with in our membership, with a disregard on a day to day basis, then they will have to defend it, when it suits his political agenda.”
The mayor Mancuso said: “Go for a walk along Pennsylvania Ave., spew your rhetoric about the failed crime plan, and then tell everyone how hard you have to play. We all know the truth of it is that you are in over your head. The attack on me was just an attempt to take the heat out of your poor leadership.”
Earlier, Harrison had issued a statement saying he was “deeply shocked” by the attack on the police, a sergeant, and promised that Those involved will be pursued and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”
Young said that the attack was “a reminder of the dangers our law enforcement officers face on the job.”
“While we can all be thankful that the sergeant was not seriously injured, the situation can be easily turned dangerous,” the mayor added in a separate post. He added that an arrest had been made and that police were “actively searching for the others.”
Robin, 39, who was the state attorney for Baltimore in 2015, and wrote that she is “disgusted by the blatant attack on the officer,” but they have criticized the police union for the “relentless division,” and accused of “hypocrisy and finger-pointing.”
The Maryland State Attorney Marilyn Mosby speaks at a press conference on Dec. 3, 2019 at the latest, in the last year. (The Associated Press)
“The same sense of outrage that, in this case, it should be written by the leaders of the police union, and their officers have been convicted of attempted murder, assault and unlawful arrest against citizens,” Mosby wrote.
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In December, Robin compiled a list of the 305 town’s police officers, saying that their credibility is in question, to prevent them from being called as a witness in criminal proceedings.
In 2016, Robin and drew sharp criticism for its work on the System. Gray, the case in which six police officers were charged in connection with the death of Gray, a black prisoner to death in the back of a police van at the end of 2015.
Critics accused Robin of a hurry to get to announce it at the officers, all of whom were ultimately found not guilty of an offence.