Kyle Rittenhouse’s Perilous Future
Yesterday The American Spectator published my article about the legal peril confronting Kyle Rittenhouse in the aftermath of his acquittal. In it, I recommended that Rittenhouse keep his mouth shut, stay out of the public spotlight, and prepare for legal challenges to come.
Nevertheless, he did a lengthy interview with Tucker Carlson which you can view by clicking on this picture:
Although he did well under Carlson’s sympathetic questioning, for the reasons spelled out below, I stand by my recommendation that he lower his profile and avoid making public statements of any kind.
Kyle Rittenhouse’s Perilous Future – The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Not guilty on all counts. That was the verdict by a courageous Kenosha, Wisconsin, jury in the unwarranted prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse.
It had been obvious from the beginning to non-deranged and fair-minded persons who had viewed the widely broadcast video evidence that Rittenhouse had shot his three assailants in self-defense. The prosecution’s decision to charge him with murder and assault was mystifying. At least until we got a look at the bizarre, inept, and straw-grasping performance by the desperate, flop-sweating prosec
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