Can you say, ‘self promotion’? Baltimore’s ultimate race baiter is now posing for Vogue Magazine in her latest cry for attention.
The chief prosecutor in the Freddie Gray case has been slammed for trying to stop lawyers for the six accused police officers from talking to the media – while simultaneously appearing in Vogue.
Marilyn Mosby, the State’s Attorney for Baltimore, is lauded as a ‘heroine and lightning rod’ in a celebrity-style profile for the famous fashion magazine.
The 2,000-word interview by writer Heidi Mitchell is accompanied by photographs taken by Annie Leibovitz, whose recent subjects include Caitlin Jenner, Rihanna and Kim Kardashian.
It applauds the glamorous 35-year-old attorney as doing ‘what no lead prosecutor in America had done in many turbulent months: bring swift and severe charges against police officers in the death of a black man’.
Lawyers for the accused declined to discuss the latest motion, however a number of high profile attorneys questioned the need for it – with one former Baltimore prosecutor describing Mosby’s position to Daily Mail Online as ‘absurd’.
‘The Vogue thing is simply self-promotion,’ said Staci Pipkin, a Baltimore-based defense attorney who previously worked as a prosecutor in the State’s Attorney’s Office.
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