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Baltimore NAACP seeks meeting with city inspector general’s office, questions how it carries out investigations

February 26, 2021

The Baltimore chapter of the NAACP is publicly questioning the objectivity and competency of the city inspector general’s office after its report this month on the travels and private companies of State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. In an email made public Thursday, chapter leaders asked for a meeting with the inspector general and her staff. “We have significant concerns about how your office conducts investigations and applies its authority,” wrote the Rev. Kobi Little, the chapter president. “We are concerned about the targeting of African American elected leaders, as well as African American vendors who contract with Baltimore City.”

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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