Comment: Huh? If "further prosecution" isn't necessary, then don't

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Huh? If "further prosecution" isn't necessary, then don't

we have to come to the conclusion that the whole arrest scenario was to make the point that people attending public meetings are to shut up and turn into good little sheep?

From the article:

“It was also clear that the Officer acted appropriately and did have probable cause to make an arrest on both charges,” he added. “The Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office has just received and reviewed the facts of this case. In the interest of justice, further prosecution will not accomplish anything more. Therefore, the charges have been dismissed.”

This is "[i]n the interest of justice,..."? Can anyone explain that to me? I don't get it.

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