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Sunday, November 21, 2021 at 08:00am 4 Comments
The Kyle Rittenhouse trial has finally ended and justice won in the end.
- RITTENHOUSE VERDICT: NOT GUILTY ALL COUNTS!
- Rittenhouse Verdict: “if somebody so clearly acting in self-defense had been found guilty, it would have been almost unimaginable”
We covered the case from beginning to end.
- Rittenhouse Trial Mayhem – Courtroom Fights Over Videos and Mistrial As Jury Deliberates
- Rittenhouse VERDICT WATCH: Has Jury Foreperson Gone Rogue And Holding Back Acquittal?
- Rittenhouse VERDICT WATCH Day 4: Jurors Continue Deliberating After Taking Instructions Home
Tune in tonight!
Democrats are not taking the news well.
- Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Throw Fuel on the Fire With ‘Woke’ Statements on Rittenhouse Trial Verdict
- Rep. Nadler Calls for Federal DOJ To Consider Charges Against Kyle Rittenhouse
- Leftist Meltdown Over Rittenhouse Not Guilty Verdict
This story didn’t fit the media’s narrative.
- Another self defense case, Andrew Coffee found not guilty on 5 counts, including murder, attempted murder
This administration is a mess.
- Are Plans Being Made To Replace Harris? Email Received By Fox News Reporter Raises Question
- Psaki Tries to Defend Harris After CNN Exposes White House VP Chaos
Is a red wave coming?
Running for office is what he does for a living.
This story went down the memory hole.
What could go wrong?
The other pandemic.
- Hamas Outraged as UK Set to Ban, Declare Them as a Terrorist Organization
- Israel: Spanish Woman Sentenced For Raising Funds For Palestinian Terror Group PFLP
- Report: Hezbollah Planned to Assassinate Ex-Israeli Official in Colombia to ‘Avenge’ Iranian Terrorist Mastermind Soleimani
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Inquiry: since Rittenhouse has been acquitted, can he be the target of a civil suit by the families of Huber and Rosenbaum, or by Grosskreutz? I’ve seen conflicting info and could use some second opinions.
Yes. A civil suit is completely different. The standard is something like “substantially caused the death of someone” and the only by a preponderance of the evidence with a majority of the jury. It’s kind of a low bar and finding a favorable jury on a case like this probably wouldn’t be difficult.
But, anyone suing might be opening a can of discovery worms, especially Grosskreutz, that they might prefer to leave closed.
I’m a retired police officer and have some experience with the courts. The answer to your question is, Yes. He can be sued in Civil Court. The problem is that Civil Suits would be filed by Attorneys who would be able to recover 1/3 of the award total as their share. That would mean that the Attorney representing the families would lose money if they didn’t win. With the overwhelming evidence for self defense. The Attorneys would be taking a great gamble. If U was an Attorney who had been asked to represent a family of one of the deceased I would turn it down.
Great work throughout the whole trial LI.
I will definitely tune in tonight.
Special thanks to Andrew for joining Rekieta Law YouTube stream.
The analysis on the Ingram Angle was on pint too.
I don’t normally watch much MSM, but heard you were going to be on so made point to watch it.