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At the same time MSNBC was being banned from a Kenosha courthouse for allegedly stalking Rittenhouse jurors in a suspected attempt at jury intimidation, MSNBC host Al Sharpton was hosting a political rally outside a Brunswick courthouse to intimidate jurors in the Ahmaud Arbery shooting trial.
Last week, Judge Timothy Walmsley said that he would allow Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and other racial arsonists into his courtroom during the trial despite complaints from the defense that their presence would serve to intimidate the jury and bias them against Gregory and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Bryan.
Bryan's defense attorney Kevin Gough had complained about "black pastors" including Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson being shuffled in and out of the courtroom in view of the jury and sitting with Arbery's family.
The media responded by painting Gough as a "racist" (what else?) and Judge Walmsley scolded him and labelled his comments "reprehensible."
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"So now the court is faced with balancing a lot of things going on outside this courtroom and doing it in a way that respects members of the public's right to be in the courtroom, as well as what I'm trying to put out there is a fair trial. All right?" Walmsley said.
"So you need to understand, everybody, that your words in this courtroom have an impact on a lot of what's going on," the judge said.
Sharpton jumped on the judge's weakness and desire to please those "outside" the courtroom more than hold a fair trial by banding together with racial arsonist and serial liar Ben Crump to bring in 100+ black pastors and scores of other activists for a political rally outside the courthouse.
"We gone keep coming until we get justice!" MSNBC host Al Sharpton screamed into a mic during a rally outside the courtroom.
A dozen Jewish rabbis also came out to join the political rally:
Crump is not only intimidating the jurors but also lying about what took place inside the courtroom:
McMichael said he shot Arbery because he attacked him and tried to wrestle his shotgun out of his hands:
From The Daily Mail (the only outlet which printed the meat of his defense):
Travis McMichael parked his pick-up, which his father in the flatbed, telling jurors at that point he did not want to 'escalate' the situation. But just then Arbery ran back into sight and towards the younger McMichael, jurors heard.The defendants are getting railroaded and Judge Walmsley is allowing it to happen to please those "outside" the court.
Meanwhile, MSNBC appears to be taking part in a criminal conspiracy to intimidate two juries simultaneously!
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