WHOA: Rittenhouse Jury Bus Followed by NBC Journalist, Judge BANS MSNBC from Rittenhouse Courtroom
This post has been updated with NBC News's response below.
The media might be tired of waiting to see if all their lying about Kyle Rittenhouse has paid off. Randos sending threats to the judge didn't work, and neither did someone attempting to film the jurors, more than likely for the purpose of threatening or doxing them. So now, the media is taking matters into their own hands. Their hatchet jobs didn't sway the judge too much, so they're going for the jury.
Reported by Kenosha News, a producer from NBC was caught attempting to photograph the jurors as they traveled to the courthouse early Thursday morning. Identifying himself as James Morrison, he told police he was assigned to follow the bus by Irene Byon, his boss in New York. Irene's LinkedIn page was deleted while we were writing this.
BREAKING: Judge Schroeder bans MSNBC from the Rittenhouse trial after a possible doxxing attempt by a crazy producer, James G. Morrison, was caught following the jury bus transporting them away from the courthouse. Morrison blew through a red light trying to keep up with the bus. pic.twitter.com/Q0v9smBCgr
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) November 18, 2021
After the incident, Judge Schroeder quickly moved to ban the network from the courtroom for the remainder of the proceedings.
The trial has been plagued with incidents ranging from those meant to intimidate the jurors and judge to misconduct on the side of the prosecution, and the nation still waits for the jury to return with a verdict as the third day of deliberations continues.
Needless to say, crowds are growing restless outside the courthouse as the Wisconsin National Guard waits a not-so-short distance away.
UPDATE: NBC News has issued a response:
"Last night, a freelancer received a traffic citation. While the traffic violation took place near the jury van, the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jurors during deliberations, and never photographed or intended to photograph them. We regret the incident and will fully cooperate with the authorities on any investigation."
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