Ammoland by Dean Weingarten February 15, 2021
On 11 February 2021, there was a hearing requested by the Kenosha District Attorneyâ€™s office in the self-defense case involving Kyle Rittenhouse. The shooting occurred during the riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on 25 August 2020. Judge Schroeder of Kenosha presided over the virtual hearing, which was done on Zoom. The hearing was contentious. Judge Schroeder schooled DA Thomas Binger on the law, bond procedure, and the facts several times during the hearing. In the end, the judge denied Bingerâ€™s requests and forbade the DAâ€™s office from accessing the location of Kyle Rittenhouseâ€™s abode.
There exists an extensive video of the riots and the shootings, online from several perspectives. The video shows Kyle Rittenhouse running from the mob and shooting armed attackers in self-defense.
The prosecution of Rittenhouse appears to be political in nature, including at least one charge which appears to be contradicted by statute.
DA Thomas Binger from Kenosha started off the hearing, characterizing Rittenhouse as dangerous, irresponsible, and violating the terms of his bond.
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