Kyle Rittenhouse Jury Verdict Anticipated Today – Open Discussion Thread

Posted Originally On the Conservative tree House on November 18, 2021 | Sundance | 643 Comments

Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber as he was being attacked by a raging mob. Rittenhouse also fired on Gaige Grosskreutz as the attacker held a handgun toward him. Prosecutors and U.S. corporate media attempted to claim that Rittenhouse was a vigilante looking for a fight; however, the defense, and all video of the events, show all shootings were justifiable self-defense.

If the history of tracking the ¹DOJ-CRS results in a repeat of previous patterns within high-profile cases, the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict is likely to come today. Consider this an open discussion thread for the verdict or any activity in the trial.

¹The DOJ-CRS is the least known quasi-legislatively approved agency within the justice department.  The CRS is the Community Relations Service, and is a very secret division within the DOJ civil rights unit.  The activity of the CRS is rarely discussed, but essentially the agency is authorized to reach into any court proceeding, local, state or federal, and modify/guide the proceedings under the auspices of maintaining national racial harmony.

“The Community Relations Service (CRS), a component of the Department of Justice (DOJ), serves as “America’s Peacemaker” for communities in conflict by mediating disputes and enhancing community capacity to independently prevent and resolve future conflicts.” (read more)

An RSBN team is stationed in Kenosha today (November 18), to give updates on the Wisconsin v. Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

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