published: 28 September 2016
State’s Attorney for Baltimore, Maryland, Marilyn J. Mosby is interviewed by Shoshana Guy, Senior Producer NBC News while walking through the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood, where Freddie Gray was arrested, on August 24, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Facing defamation lawsuits from several police officers she charged in connection with Freddie Gray’s death, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has remained virtually silent in the two months since she announced that she was dropping the remaining charges. But she broke her silence about the galvanizing case in a new feature from The New York Times Magazine.
Writer and Baltimore resident Wil S. Hylton features candid interviews with Mosby, her city council member husband Nick and an assortment of anonymous police officers, reporters and others that trace the confusing and oftentimes conflicting narratives of Mosby’s youth, her investigative and prosecutorial methods, her husband’s doomed mayoral run and her life after the trials.