We reached bump limit on old thread and there is still news regarding Kyle Rittenhouse.
So I welcome you to the Kyle Triel continuation "Life Begins Again"
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Some of the news snuck by after bump limit (among probably a few more) were:>Kyle met with Donald Trumphttps://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1463351664623116293>Kyle Rittenhouse speaks to Tucker Carlson in first TV interviewhttps://youtu.be/do7sbWaZstQ
So will he be indicted on federal charges? Will he flee for a non-extradition country, with or without his lawyer’s advice? https://www.revolt.tv/platform/amp/2021/11/22/22797067/kyle-rittenhouse-legal-consequences-fact-check
I think they will have a hard time finding any federal laws to charge Kyle with so I don't think there will be any. If they charge Kyle with anything federally it will be on so flimsy grounds that I don't think a fair judge will even consider conducting a trial and dismiss them outright.
There is a chance he will be sued civilly, but then Kyle can countersue and Kyle has a higher chance of winning a sivil suit against his attackers and the county than them winning a case against Kyle.
Barnes talks a bit about Federal charges here (45:35 time mark):https://youtu.be/Rf3ov5yYNb4?t=2735
If you read the article, you’ll see that “straw buying” a gun is against federal law, so Mr. Rittenhouse and/or Mr. Black may have that to look forward to. But in all seriousness, would the risk of a civil suit alone give Mr. Rittenhouse the motivation he needs to leave the country? Would you do it were you in his situation?
For it to be a "straw purchase" as I understand it Kyle would have to take possession of the gun. Kyle never became the owner or the possessor of the gun. It was bought by Black, granted with money given by kyle, but it was bought under the agreement that Kyle would not become the owner before his 18th birthday. Kyle would then have the gun sighed over to him at zero cost. From my understanding this makes it a legal purchase. So it will be hard for the federal government to argue that it was a straw purchase since the gun was in Black's name and possession the whole time.
But I would not rule out DOJ trying to charge with this, but I don't think they will be successful. And I hope Black have a good defense lawyer that can argue the case competently on his behalf.
Also same Judge will hear Black's case so he will be familiar with much of the facts already:>Reminder that Kyle's friend Dominick Black is still on trial in Kenosha>Has Judge Schroeder toohttps://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1462885979669381126
Regarding sivil suits I would not fear them at all. Kyle have a much stronger case for getting restoration from Rosenbaum, Hubert and Grosskreutz estates than they have for getting anything from him. It is proven they attacked him and that it was self defense.
I think this was a stream where Legal Mindset went through the potential of sivil suits and how Rittenhouse have a much better case than anyone trying to sue him.https://youtu.be/rTjQPb9p_Oc
What country could he flee to, anyway?
Russia? The EU and its conquered territories?
The smear campaign and disinformation is starting. Millions of people will think and claim this actually is Kenosha's Kyle Rittenhouse.>Another Man Named Kyle Rittenhouse Arrested on Child Porn Charges in Florida, Admitted to ‘Sending Images of His Penis’ to Young Girls: Policehttps://twitter.com/lawcrimenews/status/1463628343643938822
wait, this actually happened? first I heard of it was pic related and thought it was a satire article!
Maybe some of the EU’s conquered territories, but not the EU itself. But I don’t know what he would say or do if his lawyer told him to flee the country.
Some more pictures from when Kyle visited Trump.
Lel, the Kim Jon Un photo in the background.
Electronics superstore chain Best Buy sent out an email to their employees offering counseling services in response to a jury acquitting Kyle Rittenhouse last Friday.https://twitter.com/libsoftiktok/status/1463304169511481348
>>326585>>326614>cuckservatives sucking Trump's dick
The irony of ironies is that the magapedes cucks really believe they are the enlightened ones and Trump is on their side.
>>326597>It is proven they attacked him and that it was self defense.
although I'm not too familiar with Wisconsin law or criminal law. But I've been working in the civil courts for almost 15 years. I can tell you the first thing his lawyer would probably file is a motion that kyle was acting in self defense "as a matter of law/facts" (its some latin phrase the lawyerfags use that I cant remember) but it basically means that it has already been judged in the court that it was self defense and that matter can no longer be argued. they would file for a motion for summary judgment and ask the court to immediately find that kyle is not responsible. its likely that the court would grant the motion. even if they don't they can file it again with different wording that would prevent the plaintiffs from every saying that kyle was responsible. basically if it ever even saw the light of a jury trial in the civil sense the plaintiff lawyers would basically be gimp'd so bad that they couldnt even argue fault/responsibility. the transcript would either be very short or very full of objections. I actually asked my boss if he would ever take a case like that and he laughed his ass off. there's little chance in winning and no money in it.
>>326597>Kyle never became the owner or the possessor of the gun.
But what if “possession” means merely taking it into his hands?
Then the fucker that tried stealing his gun would have also came into "possession" of it.
>immediately sides with the male who killed her boyfriend
It happens over and over again.
Speaking of:>Arbery case>Travis McMichael does not fire until Arbery appears to run right into him and tries to take away his shotgun.>An almost identical three-second encounter led to an acquittal in one case and life in prison for the other.>Needless to say, a crucial difference in the Rittenhouse and Arbery cases is race.>Travis had spent nine years in the Coast Guard, where he had been a “boarding officer,” or maritime police officer. He had weapons training, in which it was procedure to display a weapon to assert authority. He had also practiced hand-to-hand combat, in which it was an officer’s duty never to lose control of his weapon, which could be turned against him.>Arbery did not run off the road or simply run past the truck. Although the video wavers away briefly, he clearly cut sharply to the left across the front of the truck, straight at Travis, attacked him and tried to take away the shotgun. It was only then, and as Arbery continued to grapple for the gun, that Travis fired three times, killing Arbery. Travis testified that he believed he was in a kill-or-be-killed fight.>These defendants have seen one of the most dramatic courtroom reversals imaginable. The original prosecutor saw no reason to charge them with anything; now Travis McMichael will spend the rest of his life in prison>I know of no public figure who has denounced the verdicts. President Biden said the justice system had done its job; earlier he said Arbery’s death “is a devastating reminder of how far we have to go in the fight for racial justice in this country.” Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia said Arbery “was the victim of a vigilantism that has no place in Georgia,” and hoped for “healing and reconciliation.” Sen. Raphael Warnock called the verdict “accountability” but not “true justice,” adding ridiculously that real justice “looks like a black man not having to worry about being harmed—or killed—while on a jog.”>Public and media opinion appear to be unanimous: the video proves that the defendants were essentially a lynch mob, and that they were indicted only because this devastating evidence came to light. On the contrary, the video is perfectly consistent with Travis McMichael’s initial statements to the police, his testimony at trial, and District Attorney Michal Barnhill’s decision not to bring charges.>What are the chances of an appeals court infuriating the entire media/political establishment and ordering a retrial? Zero. In a case like this, racial hysteria makes impartial justice impossible.https://vdare.com/articles/how-horrible-is-the-arbery-mcmichael-verdict-horrible-for-all-white-americans
Reminder that even now your freedom after a self-defense case is entirely dependent on who you shoot and your optics. Even so, probably better to be in prison and remove a hostile jogger from the gene pool than to die.
Apparently he was a wife-beater. She was probably glad that he was gone.
Keep in mind that gun control laws and the application of self-defense laws are largely rooted in racism. Although they wrote the Second Amendment, the Founding Fathers said they don’t want POC’s to be carrying guns.>>326587
What if he had to go to one to attend university? There are now calls for him to be removed from the ASU student roster as a result of the verdict, though I doubt an expulsion from the campus like that would occur unless he f*
cked up bad and cheated on an exam or something.
>>327286>control laws>rooted in racism
Tbh, this is actually partially true. Several historic gun control laws were written in response to the emergence of black militias. The Mulford act, for example, was made in response to the Black Panthers doing their armed copwatching patrols.
If liberals actually cared about marginalized people, they'd protect their right to arm and defend themselves, because the people with worse socioeconomic conditions (see: the poor) need in places where the police are either unwilling or unable to defend them. All gun control is inherently an expression of the elite exerting power over the disadvantaged.
>>327286>>327024>almost identical>three retards chase a guy down, attempt to assault him, get self-defended>with the difference being that one self-defense was successful, and the other was not
The cases were treated in exactly the same way with the same outcome, Travis & co needed to not be retarded and secure evidence of arbery being robbery BEFORE accosting him, and are justly tossed in prison same way the surviving fuck from the Kyle case needs to be.
Remember, if you need to remove a nigger, either get the proof of him being a nigger, or don't get caught
I think they might have kicked kyle out of his college
No, he is taking a break from all of this as he lets the stress of the trial leave him. Besides, wouldn’t he have failed the class if he missed so many days or an exam, even?