Left-wing Baltimore, Maryland prosecutor Marilyn Mosby, an early figure in the Black Lives Matter movement, was indicted Thursday on federal charges for fraudulent mortgage applications on homes in the Republican-run State of Florida.

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Mosby gained notoriety in 2015 when she prosecuted six police officers for the death of Freddy Gray, an African American man, in police custody. She announced the prosecution as the city was facing protest by Black Lives Matter, and riots. Critics said she had been too quick to charge the officers.

The left celebrated her; Hollywood embraced her, and the late artist formerly known as Prince invited her onstage with him. But the prosecutions were sloppy, the officers were soon acquitted, and critics began to call for her disbarment. (The officers then sued her, but she had immunity for her actions as a prosecutor.)