So the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse has now started and is in full motion, and while this happens we have the coverage on the videos below.
We are now aware that while the trial is underway a juror was just dismissed for telling joke about Jacob Blake shooting which is hilarious and hypocritical because remember in the trial of Derek Chauvin they allowed a member of BLACK LIVES MATTER to stay on the Jury… So once again the law shows that it’s got a biased on how to make this outcome. This juror, identified only as Juror No. 7, was being escorted to his car when he made comments to a court security officer about the number of times a white Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake on Aug. 23, 2020.
Blake was left partially paralyzed by the shooting.
Don’t forget that he was under arrest, walked away from the officer who was placing him under arrest after his ex called because he was beating her up. So while he was going to his car and was reaching for a weapon and the officers made attempts for him to stop he resisted! Again went to his car to grab a weapon… He being a moron caused the shooting, and that officer was not charged.
But again why was the BLM member allowed to stay on the Jury for Derek Chauvin? I mean no way he’s going to vote anyway but guilty! So again why is it that the left only allows what is good for them to stick and like to rig it so the people they hate lose? This case is a joke Rittenhouse was on video clearly running for his life and shot in self defense, and the guy he shot. The one who died Rosenbaum was a pedophile criminal but Prosecutor Thomas Binger said that the comment demonstrated racial bias and the state asked that the juror be excused.
Again but they let a member of BLM on the Jury for Derek Chauvin.
Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder called the juror to the courtroom at the start of Thursday’s proceedings to discuss the comment. “I wanted to see if that was accurate or not,” the judge told the juror, and asked if he wanted to repeat or discuss the remark further. The juror acknowledged that he had made the comment, but declined to repeat it.
“My feeling is, it was nothing to do with the case. It wasn’t anything to do with Kyle and his seven charges,” the juror said, without repeating his original comments. Before dismissing the juror, Schroeder said it was “clear that the appearance of bias is present and it would seriously undermine the outcome of the case.” “Even at the most, it was bad judgment to tell a joke of that nature,” he said. Schroeder said the public needs to be confident the trial is fair. HAHA!
Someone check this judge for his liberal ties please? Some family members of Blake’s, who were outside the courtroom on Thursday, said they agreed with the judge’s decision to dismiss the juror and take issue with how quickly the jury was selected.
Rittenhouse, 18, is charged with reckless homicide, intentional homicide and attempted intentional homicide after he fatally shot two people and injured another during protests in Kenosha after Blake’s shooting. Rittenhouse was 17 at the time.
Twenty people were selected Monday to serve as jurors in the case. During opening statements Tuesday, Binger told the jury that Rittenhouse had no reason to kill Anthony Huber, 26, and Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, saying he was “drawn to the chaos” of protests in Kenosha. Defense lawyer Mark Richards told jurors that Rittenhouse acted in self-defense, believing that the men he shot were going to harm him.
‘Friendly, Friendly, Friendly!’: Man Rittenhouse Shot Kept Chasing Him Despite Alert He Wasn’t Threat: Police… Moments before a fatal shooting on August 20, 2020, a masked Joseph Rosenbaum continued to chase down Kyle Rittenhouse despite the teen repeatedly yelling that he was “friendly,” Kenosha Police detective Martin Howard confirmed during testimony on Wednesday.
Howard was reviewing never-before-seen FBI infrared aerial surveillance footage for the court when defense asked him about Rittenhouse being pursued by Rosenbaum, and the then-17-year-old’s repeated yells of “friendly.” Those yells, however, did not “dissuade Mr. Rosenbaum, correct?” Rittenhouse attorney Mark Richards asked Howard.
“Correct,” the official responded. As highlighted by The Daily Wire, the footage shows Rittenhouse, by himself, hastily walking down the sidewalk before Rosenbaum comes out of what defense has called a “hiding spot” between a cluster of cars. The cluster was located at a Car Source, where at least one vehicle had been set on fire that night. As shown by videos that have confirmed that a different person, identified as Joshua Ziminski by Howard, fired a gunshot in the air seconds before Rittenhouse fatally shot Rosenbaum, who was chasing him:
That initial shot was fired by Joshua Ziminski, Howard testified. Afterward, Rittenhouse fired four times at Rosenbaum. There were another three shots afterward, the videos show, but Howard said investigators still do not know who fired those. “Ziminski, 36, has separately been charged with disorderly conduct using a dangerous weapon, arson and obstructing an officer, and he has pleaded not guilty, court records show,” CNN reported. “A criminal complaint says he admitted to firing a ‘warning shot’ in the air that night.”
As reported by another witness who testified Friday that one of the other men Rittenhouse shot was holding a gun that was loaded and ready to be fired. He’s identified as Jason Lackowski, the seventh witness called by the prosecution, said he helped Gaige Grosskreutz, who survived after Rittenhouse shot and injured him in his right arm during riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer. Lackowski said he helped apply a tourniquet to Grosskreutz’s arm and emptied his handgun, and that was when he observed that the gun had a bullet in the chamber.
Rittenhouse was 17 years old when he was arrested for fatally shooting Rosenbaum and one other man, as well as injuring a third during unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He is charged with five felony counts and one misdemeanor, including first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree reckless homicide, two counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, attempted first-degree intentional homicide, and possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18.