Judge Schroeder Tells Jury: If the Media Harasses You, Let Me Know and I'mma Take Care of It
After a long period of deliberation, the jury in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse has found him not guilty on all charges! And the Americans who still value their rights, liberty, and justice are celebrating their courage in coming to that undeniably correct decision. But the media has surely been hoping for a different outcome and doing whatever they believe necessary to sway the verdict in the other direction.
Judge Schroeder, before dismissing the jury, informed them that they have no obligation to speak with the media and to inform the court if the media harasses them for statements or appearances.
Judge Schroeder tells the jury to inform him if they're being harassed by the media or if their safety is threatened. pic.twitter.com/FZKV9QH2yK
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) November 19, 2021
"You're never under any obligation to discuss any aspect of this case with anyone. You're welcome to do so as little or as much as you want. The media have requested--a number of media sources have requested the ability to talk to you, and they have been allowed to present presentations to you that you'll get in writing, and it's entirely up to you whether you want to contact them. They are not to contact you. If anyone does contact you, just tell them you are not interested in discussing it if that's the case. And if anyone persists in doing so, report that to us, and it will be addressed. I assure you."
There's no doubt the media are probably going to swarm these men and women and berate them for doing the right thing. The media is in no way interested in what the right verdict should be, only what the verdict they wanted to push they're lies and further their narrative.
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