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MSNBC was banned from entering the Kenosha courthouse where the Kyle Rittenhouse trial is taking place after someone who identified himself as an "employee" was detained for trailing a "sealed bus" full of jurors.
The Kenosha, Wisconsin judge presiding over the Kyle Rittenhouse trial has banned MSNBC employees from his courthouse, after police caught someone claiming to be a producer with the outlet tailing a jury bus.How are you supposed to have a fair trial when the media spent a year prejudicing the public against the defendants and the jurors are being told there's going to be riots depending on how they rule?
A supposed "nephew" of George Floyd recently filmed himself openly threatened the jury and said he knows people who've been taking photos of them:
Now MSNBC appears to be doing similar.
MSNBC producer Irene Min Joo Byon reportedly started mass deleting her social media accounts:
Rittenhouse's actions were a clear cut case of self-defense and yet we're now on day three of deliberations without a verdict. That strikes me as a bad sign. We saw similar jury intimidation in the Chauvin case and we're now seeing similar in the Arbery case.
This is pure anarcho-tyranny.
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