Good News–Tough Day for Prosecutors of Kyle Rittenhouse

Rosenbaum’s threat to “f–king kill you” constitutes assault and certainly buttresses Rittenhouse’s claim that he felt his life was threatened.

Before McGinniss and Balch got on the stand, the defense learned that the FBI (the corrupt as hell FBI) and the prosecutors had been hiding exculpatory video from the defense. According to PJ Media:

For more than a year, prosecutors in the Kyle Rittenhouse case have possessed

FBI spy video footage taken by a fixed wing plane flying above the Kenosha riots. Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense attorneys say they only learned of its existence recently. On Tuesday, the public finally got a look at it.

It’s pretty clear why the prosecution was playing hide-the-ball with the evidence and why Rittenhouse’s defense attorneys were the first to show it in court.

Over prosecutorial objections, Judge Bruce Schroeder allowed Rittenhouse’s attorneys to use their opening statement to show photos, videos, and, yes, the FBI’s FLIR thermal images of the first of three shootings the night of August 25, 2020. It was an unusual move and one you’ll see more defense attorneys replicate in the future.

The thermal technology video answers more than a few questions about who started what on the night of August 25, 2020. The FBI’s video conflicts with a story line prosecutors told jurors earlier in the day in opening statements.

This is just one more piece of evidence exposing the FBI has a thoroughly corrupt, untrustworthy outfit masquerading as a law enforcement unit. Given what has transpired with the FBI witness and McGinniss and Balch, you would think that the defense was being allowed to put on its case first. Nope, the prosecutors are blowing up their own case. Keep Kyle and his family in your prayers.

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9 Responses to Good News–Tough Day for Prosecutors of Kyle Rittenhouse

  1. EEngineer says:

    The prosecution *wants* to loose. If they wanted to convict they would have gone for manslaughter. The whole point of this exercise is to stir up the next round of woke mayhem at the “injustice” of Rittenhouse being found not guilty.

    • Stueeeeeeeee says:

      No. The punishment for Kyle’s righteous actions is the trial. Putting him on trial is a warning to anyone else with similar inclinations to intervene in a sponsored riot….just like the couple who dared to brandish a gun at “protesters”. The prosecutors have no case because the events were captured on video. A rational judge should have dismissed the case prima facie. This a punitive show trial…like the Arbuery? case in Georgia…other cases. Revolution isn’t coming, it is here. We cannot see it because we are living in it.

  2. Fred says:

    It is beginning to be clear that this is a malicious prosecution, remeniscent of the Duke Lacrosse case that eventually found the prosecutor charged, jailed, and disbarred. Duke Lacrosse is still known for the “rapes” and not the hoax perpetrated on the innocent. Given the who’s who of Kenosha politicians, and the disasterous election results for Democrats Tuesday, the last thing left should want is more ‘mostly peaceful rioting for Christmas. Or the election that is coming is less than a year.

  3. Eric Newhill says:

    Interesting. Here in Arizona, preventing arson is a legal reason for a civilian to use deadly force. Arizona no longer requires a permit to carry concealed, but years ago, when the state did, the required two day permitting course even specifaly listed arson prevention. SWMBO (an inveterate pack rat) still has the course manual from when she went through it and there it is.

    The emphasis is always on Rittenhouse defending himself, which I concur he was legitimately doing, but I’ve wondered since day 1 why the arson prevention isn’t another point in the defense’s playbook. Maybe arson prevention isn’t in WI law. Still it seems reasonable. It would help sway a sane jury.

    And – once again we see the FBI as politicized scum bags interested in winning whatever it is they want as opposed to conforming to the highest ideals of justice.

  4. Babeltuap says:

    In the late 90’s I had a National Guard buddy who shot and killed a man trying to car jack him. No video but a couple witnesses told the police what happen. No charges and that was that. I think he shot him several times in the face.

    Unfortunately today he would be on trial just like Kyle. We are 100% in a war right now. It’s so bad that instead of arresting shoplifters the stores just close.

  5. Vince Turner says:

    We are in a war, this is a Gen4 war. It is no longer the Treaty of Westphalian state vs. state it is now state vs. subjects. I say subjects because we are no longer citizens, or rather the distinction of ‘citizen’ vs. ‘illegal immigrant’ no longer exists. We have a ‘ruling’ class that exempts themselves from the laws they impose on their subjects. (Vaccine Mandate – which is not even a law any representative voted on). We have been subjugated by unelected bureaucrats (Fauci & Walensky). People who loot businesses, commit arson, assault and murder people, throw Molotov cocktails at LEOs, burn their retinas with lasers, and vandalize Federal and State property are released from jail often with no charges, but go to DC and protest a VERY sketchy election and trespass in the Capitol and you are locked up for 10 months? The sleeping GIANT out here in flyover country is starting to get VERY pissed off.

    • Lysias says:

      The Fifth Circuit just issued a stay against enforcement of the vaccine mandate. This issue is probably going to the Supreme Court.

  6. plantman says:

    We had a similar situation in my town as in Kenosha…

    The difference was that, after the demonstrations were announced, roughly twenty guys fully-armed showed up to protect the town by standing guard in front of the many stores and restaurants.

    The protestors were pissed off and called them “racists” etc, but they didn’t take it any further. There was no damage.

    The defenders were very disciplined and never pointed their guns at anyone or made any threats of any kind, but I’m confident that if the crowd started breaking windows and looting stores, they would have left feet-first.

    The threat of retaliation is sometimes necessary to keep people from going crazy.

  7. Fred says:

    “Prosecutorial facepalm” would be a great band name, but not something to do in front of the jury when your own prosecution witness admits the defendant on trial acted in self-defense.

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