In her piece, she states, "My actions on that day have been scrutinized repeatedly, and perhaps we will never reach a consensus on what should have occurred in this case." We believe that there was a consensus, repeatedly. Our members did not cause the death of Mr. Gray nor did they set about to intentionally harm him. Ms. Mosby, with all of her self-proclaimed altruism, was not able to prove otherwise nor would she be able to if she tried again today. The evidence was not there, and it remains unclear, three years later, why she felt it necessary to attempt to ruin the lives of six brave officers.