As I have demonstrated before. Patricia Jessamy put more people in jail per capita than any other Prosecutor in the world. That's just it. When I said, "The main problem with this is that in the American System of Jurisprudence that places a high value on freedom and liberty. Sending someone to jail on the testimony or say so of one person isn't very prudent." That also includes the say so of the States Attorney.
Originally Posted by cprenegade
As for the Zach Sowers case. There will be a next time. Not for the man involved. But there will be a next time for his female accomplice. Bernstein even bent over backwards to ensure charges from other cases didn't interfere with the next time that he was arranging for her.
Did Bernstein really learn anything from the Sowers case? Obviously not. I found this lil tid bid from one of Bernstein's biggest supporters. It's a letter to the SAO concerning Zach's injuries.
Zach Sowers was admitted to the NCCU with a severe head injury following a random and brutal assault that evening. His condition was highly critical and near death from severe head lacerations and intracranial trauma.
Now, there was another case in which the racial roles were reversed. This wasn't two black people beating a white college student. This was two white people beating a black highschool student. The Victim received lacerations to the head from the blunt force trauma of being beaten in the head by a radio. He also suffered a broken wrist. Was Bernstein thinking about Zach Sowers when he went to court to REDUCE the charges against the two adults that attacked a school age child from first degree assault (felony) to second degree assault (Misdemeanor)? I sincerly hope not. That would convert a perversion of justice to an atrocity. The speculation is that Bernstein reduced the charges from Felony to Misdemeanor so one of the men could continue to legally possess guns and continue in his career as a, ahem, Bodyguard or for the next time he decides to attack school children. Why would a prosecutor want to try to prevent a person that attacks a school age child from owning weapons? Baltimore can only hope and pray there will be no next time.
Because Bernstein is entirely comfortable with someone that attacks a school age child being able to own weapons. In fact he would be more than happy to facilitate that......and people wonder why I severely question his competence.