Twitter Users in Uproar After Noticing Telling Phrase Written by Juror
No verdict is still reached in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial… and there’s nothing to speculate on a certain outcome on the verdict.
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Hoever, a theory that has risen on Twitter, with a single juror that may be the source, and the clue was seen in a jury note sent to Judge Bruce Schroeder, has appeared on Wednesday.
Juror 54 requested to see FBI aerial video and a “zoomed-in image still after Mr. Rittenhouse put down fire extinguisher.”
Twitter user Viva Frei argued, “The phrasing of this jury request is very telling… ‘When Mr. Rittenhouse *put down* fire extinguisher’.
“This was the phrasing of the prosecution, and clearly indicates the frame of mind of whoever wrote this note.”
The phrasing of this jury request is very telling… “When Mr. Rittenhouse *put down* fire extinguisher”. This was the phrasing of the prosecution, and clearly indicates the frame of mind of whoever wrote this note. pic.twitter.com/bd1gPnoWl0
— Viva Frei (@thevivafrei) November 18, 2021
Juror 54 desperately wants to convict and refuses to concede. https://t.co/IkOMOYeZSF
— ButtWorldsman (@ButtWorldsMan) November 18, 2021
Prosecutor Thomas Binger caused quite a reaction online during his closing argument Monday when he recreated the moment that Rittenhouse put down a fire extinguisher and raised his AR-15 rifle.
The attorney argued this act is what precipitated Joseph Rosenbaum charging the defendant.
“Under Wisconsin law, you’re not allowed to run around and point your gun at people. This is the provocation,” Binger said.
“You cannot claim self-defense against a danger you create. That's critical right here. If you're the one who's threatening others, you lose the right to claim self-defense.” pic.twitter.com/I3VbO4EtLi
— Dean Haddix (@doctor_eon) November 15, 2021