Judge Rittenhouse: Media coverage of ‘irresponsible’ and ‘scary’ process

The presiding Wisconsin judge over by Kyle Rittenhouse murder the process is rethinking whether it will allow future cases to be transmitted in television, citing “grossly irresponsible” and “scary” media coverage.

“When I spoke of problems with the media when did this process begin. . . , here we are, in part – not completely, but in part – why of grossly irresponsible treatment of what comes? out of this process” Kenosha County Court Judge Bruce Schroeder told lawyers in the Rittenhouse case on Wednesday.

Schroeder made his comments as the jurors began theirs second day of resolutions over the accusations against Rittenhouse, who shot and killed two men and injured a third during the riots during the Black Lives Matter protests in August 2020 in Kenosha. The defender, who he was 17 at the time of the shootings, he testified that he took action in himself-defense while the rioters attacked him and tried to take him gun. The prosecutors accused him of instigating violence by carrying an assault rifle to the BLM protest.



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The judge added that could alter his rules for media access to future prove. “I’ll tell you, I’ll think about it for a long time and hard from live television in process again next weather,” Schroeder said. “I do not know, I have always been a staunch supporter in it’s because I think that people should to be in able to see what’s going on on, but when I see what is being done, it’s really scary. Scary, that’s the right word for it.”

Schroeder did not specify the media conduct criticized by him. The politically accused trial led to an in-depth examination over everything from the ringtone on the judge’s phone to a joke about him made regarding delivery of the lunch. Schroeder was not only targeted with criticism, but also threats of violence against him and hers children if Rittenhouse is acquitted. Letters and emails sent to the court have made such claims as “He’s only a judge by day, but he can be a victim by night.”

jurors on Wednesday he asked Schroeder how they could view videos presented as prove to the trial. The judge said he would allow jurors a view video in the classroom and be given alone general descriptions.



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Mark Richards, a lawyer for Rittenhouse, he said again showing high resolution drone footage presented by prosecutors would be further contaminate the jury. He said prosecutors withheld the prove, giving the defense team only a low resolution copy of the video that was not the same length as the clip shown at trial. The defense also claimed that the video was improved using artificial intelligence technology, which made it is not suitable to present as evidence in Court.

The footage was one of several problems cited by Rittenhouse’s lawyers in a motion they presented on Monday for the filing of the charges with prejudice, in the sense that the accused could not be indicted again. they accused prosecutors of “overcome” and acting in “bad faith,” like when Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger questioned Rittenhouse about why he hadn’t provided his report of the shootings before the trial.

Schroeder, who he scolded Binger during the trial, he didn’t say anything on the motion of rejection.

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