‘All sham, no wow’: Vogue does celebrity profile on Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby

Seriously, it doesn’t get much better than this.

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, the woman who charged six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray — and called for a gag order to prevent the defense from releasing information about the case — is being profiled in the celebrity and fashion magazine Vogue.

The prosecutor continues to make news for all the wrong reasons, as Powerline’s Paul Mirengoff noted earlier this month when he suggested she could be in over her head.

“It has been plain all along that Mosby, probably motivated by political concerns and mob sentiment, overcharged in this case,” Mirengoff wrote.

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But despite her handling the case in a manner that baffles legal experts, Mosby continues to bask in the spotlight of an adoring media.

Here’s sampling of responses to the exciting news from Twitter:


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