Fox News legal analyst Judge Jeanine Pirro appeared on America's Newsroom Tuesday and argued that the prosecutor in the Freddie Gray trials, Marilyn Mosby, should be shamed for attempting to seek convictions against the six officers she believes are responsible for Gray's April 2015 death.
The judge pointed out that in public statements announcing charges against the six officers -- one of whom, Edward Nero, was acquitted on Monday -- she spoke "to the youth of this city [and said] 'I will seek justice on your behalf'" and later said, "no justice, no peace."
Judge Pirro said that "as prosecutors, that's not our job -- our job is to put the allegations where the evidence is," and that there was little evidence that these officers were criminally complicit in Gray's death.
The judge was particularly incensed that Mosby, to her mind, seemed more interested in making statements about inequality in America than having the facts on her side.
"Marilyn Mosby, honestly, I don't think she belongs in that position," she added. "I think she's got real problems, and her rush to judgment has negatively caused this city of Baltimore enormous costs. Shame on her."
Watch the entire exchange below via Fox News.