Judge in Rittenhouse Trial Bans MSNBC From Courtroom Over Jury Incident

The media are desperate.

They most likely want to doxx these jurors so they can be harassed and intimidate in coming to the right verdict.

Judge Bruce Schroeder announced that MSNBC reporters will no longer be allowed inside of the courtroom to cover the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

Yesterday a man claiming to be a producer for NBC News was “taken into custody” after he was suspected of “trying to photograph jurors.” 

Kenosha News reports:

“Late Thursday morning in court, Judge Bruce Schroeder said the person identified themselves as “James J. Morrison, who claimed he was a producer for NBC News, employed by MSNBC.”
Morrison allegedly said he was told to follow the jury bus by his boss in New York, identified as Irene Byon. “He was taken in for violating a traffic control signal,” Schroeder said.
According to Schroeder, nobody else from NBC News “will be permitted in this building,” the Kenosha County Courthouse, “for the duration of this trial. This is a very serious matter … Someone following a jury bus, that is a very serious matter that will be referred to the proper authorities for further action.”
Channel 5 Chicago (NBC) confirmed that an NBC producer was the party involved Thursday morning.
Schroeder said that the individual was following the jury bus the night prior. “The jury in this case is being transported from a different location in a bus with windows covered so that they aren’t exposed to anything on one side or the other,” Schroeder explained. “That’s been done every day.”

NBC News issued a statement in response saying:

"Last night, a freelancer received a traffic citation. While the traffic violation took place near the jury van, the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jurors during deliberations, and never photographed or intended to photograph them. We regret the incident and will fully cooperate with the authorities on any investigation."

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