Perhaps Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby never saw it coming.
Caesar Goodson, one of the six Baltimore police officers tried in the death of Freddie Gray, was supposed to be convicted.
He was the high-profile, flagship case that Mosby touted as the dramatic example for justice that Gray’s family — and the entire Black community of Baltimore — could rally around.
But on Thursday, Mosby’s case — and her fiery desire to see Goodson convicted — was torpedoed by Judge Barry Williams who acquitted Goodson of all charges.
Goodson is now a free man — and the state’s case against him — led by Mosby — will be examined, dissected and perhaps ridiculed for months to come. Lawyers are already accusing Mosby of overcharging the officers.
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