American News Jan 14, 2022 9:41 AM EST

Baltimore's progressive prosecutor indicted for perjury after alleged fraudulent claims of COVID hardship to purchase vacation homes

One of Mosby's vocal supporters was now Vice President Kamala Harris.

Baltimore's progressive prosecutor indicted for perjury after alleged fraudulent claims of COVID hardship to purchase vacation homes
Katie Daviscourt Seattle, WA

Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on four charges of perjury related to fraudulently claiming Covid hardship to fund the purchase of multiple vacation homes. One of Mosby's vocal supporters was now Vice President Kamala Harris.

Marilyn Mosby, who was first elected in 2014, gained notoriety when she charged six Baltimore police officers for the death of Freddie Gray who died in Baltimore PD custody.

According to court documents, Mosby filed two applications for pandemic relief assistance in May and December of 2020 despite earning more than $247,000 annually. She collected more than $9,000 in federal relief funds even though she "had not experienced any of the enumerated financial hardships she claimed to have experienced."  

In 2017, one of her biggest supporters was then Senator Kamala Harris, who during a fundraiser said "When we march and we shout about what we need to do to reform the criminal justice system, we better understand that we gotta march and shout with our paychecks – and all of the work that we can do to actually make sure that somebody like Marilyn Mosby gets reelected into that office, to not only get convictions, but have convictions."

"There are a lot of people who are highly critical of her," Harris went on, "because she heard the voices of the people and said, 'Even if I can't win I'm going to do the right thing.' It’s going to be rough … She cannot fail and I know she will not fail."

"There would be no Marilyn Mosby without Kamala Harris. When I won state’s attorney, Kamala was my inspiration," Mosby said. Mosby was exuberantly supportive of Harris' attainment of the second highest executive office in the nation.

In addition to scamming the Covid relief fund, Mosby was also indicted for filing multiple false mortgage applications on two vacation homes in Florida, The Hill reports.

According to court documents, in January and February of 2021, Mosby bought a $428,000 condo in Long Beach but did not disclose that she owed the IRS more than $45,000, a requirement when filing mortgage applications.

In July and September of 2020, Mosby purchased another vacation home in Kissimmee, Florida, which resulted in another indictment from the federal grand jury.

On top of the four indictments, federal investigators are looking into the Baltimore attorney's personal business and tax records in a separate probe, along with her husband Nick Mosby, the city's council president, The Hill reports.

In May 2021, Mosby's office filed an FCC complaint against Baltimore's Fox News affiliate when they began imvestigating the state's attorney.

Mosby alleged that their coverage was "blatantly slanted, dishonest, misleading, racist, and extremely dangerous," according to Baltimore Sun.

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