Flashback: Marilyn Mosby was all for protecting private property when it was her own

Weasel Zippers has unearthed quite a blast from the past.  Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who notoriously told the mobs, “Our time is now,” was not enthusiastic about providing a “space to destroy” (in the words of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake) when that space was her apartment.  Appearing on the Judge Judy program at the tender age of 20 under her maiden name Marilyn James, she brought suit against her neighbor, who helped himself to her apartment while she was away.

Weasel Zippers has unearthed quite a blast from the past.  Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who notoriously told the mobs, “Our time is now,” was not enthusiastic about providing a “space to destroy” (in the words of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake) when that space was her apartment.  Appearing on the Judge Judy program at the tender age of 20 under her maiden name Marilyn James, she brought suit against her neighbor, who helped himself to her apartment while she was away.