Trial of Kyle Rittenhouse: As prosecutors struggle, the press struggles with its prejudices


The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, who shot two people and injured another during the riots in Kenosha, Wisc. last August – is going badly for the prosecution, which accused Rittenhouse of murder and illegal possession of a dangerous weapon.

On Wednesday morning, Judge Bruce Schroeder repeatedly cautioned Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger for his interrogation lines with Rittenhouse on the stand. At one point, Schroeder asked Rittenhouse and the jury to leave the room before blowing up Binger.

“I was stunned when he began his examination by commenting on the defendant’s silence after his arrest. This is the basic law, it was


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