Rioters, looters or arsonists: Prosecution can’t refer to people Kyle Rittenhouse shot as ‘victims,’ judge rules
|Kyle Rittenhouse listens to his attorney Mark Richards during his pretrial hearing at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, May 21, 2021 © Reuters / Sean Krajacic|
With Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial about to begin, a Wisconsin judge gave the teenager’s defense team a surprising bonus, ruling that the three men he shot can’t be called “victims,” but can be called rioters, looters, and arsonists.
Ahead of Rittenhouse’s trial next week, Judge Bruce Schroeder laid out some last-minute ground rules on Tuesday, with his judgements favoring the teenage murder defendant.
First, ABC News reported that prosecutors cannot refer to the three men shot dead by Rittenhouse as “victims,” stating that “the word ‘victim’ is a loaded, loaded word.”
Read more: https://www.rt.com/usa/538538-kyle-rittenhouse-trial-victims-rioters/
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