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Maybe it’s a self-fulfilling prophecy or maybe it’s the fact that he was just plainly telling the truth, but it looks like George Floyd’s nephew wasn’t lying when he said that people were videoing or taking pictures of the jurors in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

This week, the judge over the trial, Jude Bruce Schroeder said that he noticed an individual who was videoing the members of the jury as they came to the courthouse.

There can really only be one intention on doing this and it’s to dox them and reveal who they are if Kyle Rittenhouse gets the verdict that this individual doesn’t want.

The Racine Journal Times reported,

In the opening discussions of the morning in the seventh day of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial — and before the jury is the room — Judge Bruce Schroeder denies defense motion to reconsider their request to dismiss Count 6, possession of a dangerous weapon by a minor.

The judge also informs the attorneys that a deputy observed someone taking video of the jury as they arrived. The deputy made the person delete the video. “I’ve been assured the officers had the video that was taken deleted. New measures are being taken to make sure that does not reoccur,” judge tells jury when they arrive in the courtroom.

As I mentioned above, George Floyd’s nephew apparently wasn’t lying. In a recent video that he put out on the internet, George Floyd’s nephew, Cortez Rice said that there are people filming the members of the jury.

Rice said, “I ain’t even gonna name the people that I know that’s up in the Kenosha trial. But it’s cameras in there. It’s definitely cameras up in there.
There’s definitely people taking pictures of the juries and everything like that. We know what’s going on, so we need the same results, man. We need the same results.”

It never fails that stupid people like this guy implicate themselves by posting videos on the internet so that they can get 15 minutes of fame or to seem cool in front of people who don’t really matter and who he’ll never meet. But that’s what they do.

Pretty soon, they’re going to end up having to do something completely different with the way they bring in jurors.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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