Judge Bans Use of Certain Word During Kyle Rittenhouse Trial
Last year, during the “Summer of Love” liberals lost their minds and started rioting across the country causing billions of dollars in damages in several cities.
There are some cities that still aren’t safe today as a result of this chaos.
One of the incidents that you may remember was the one that took place in Kenosha, Wisconsin. What happened in Kenosha was one of the worst events of the summer that took place and was filled with violence.
That’s where thugs tried to attack and possibly even kill Kyle Rittenhouse. He was prepared and able to defend himself and in the course of events killed two of the men.
He was later arrested and is being charged with several crimes including homicide and attempted homicide as well as a few others. His trial is set to begin on November 1st, 2021 and the judge recently made a decision about the case already. The judge has prohibited the use of the word “victim” to refer to the people who were shot by Rittenhouse.
According to Fox News,
On Monday, Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled that Rittenhouse’s defense team is permitted to describe the three wounded men as “rioters,” “looters” or arsonists, The Associated Press reported. In doing so, he was denying a request from Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger, and said those terms would be allowed if the defense can produce evidence showing that’s what they were.
Prosecutors, however, will not be allowed to refer to the three wounded men as “victims,” the Chicago Tribune reported.
“The word victim is a loaded, loaded word,” Schroeder reportedly told the court.
We all saw what happened last year and if that wasn’t a clear example of self-defense then self-defense doesn’t even exist anymore. He was about to be seriously harmed or killed and nobody was going to stop them. If the police would have been doing their job instead of allowing chaos to ensue, those men may still be alive.
That’s not a knock against police, but it is a knock against the police of Kenosha that night for allowing these riots to unfold.