Here's how Marilyn Mosby, getting yet another shot at fame and martyrdom in a national publication, described her outreach to Rawlings-Blake to The New York Times Magazine: "I called the mayor, and I was livid. I was like: 'You know, this is ridiculous. You all have singlehandedly caused what's happening in this city right now.' I just screamed on her. ... You did this, not me. Not me.' And I was like, 'You know what else?' I can't remember what I said, but I hung up on her. And that was it."