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Prosecutorial Misconduct in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Exposed

Police and Prosecutors withhold or destroy exculpatory evidence in order to control the narrative and frame Kyle Rittenhouse — Subsequently prosecutorial witnesses were destroyed in cross examination by defense attorney — Is the frame up failing?

https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/victoria-taft/2021/11/04/rittenhouse-defense-suggests-kenosha-da-colluded-with-detective-to-hide-cell-phone-evidence-taken-by-wounded-man-n1529734 [1]

But witnesses line up to confirm Rittenhouse’s story.

Man shot by Kyle Rittenhouse admits he pulled gun on teenager first

https://www.rt.com/usa/539718-rittenhouse-witness-grosskreutz-self-defense/ [2]

https://www.rt.com/usa/539415-rittenhouse-witness-lunged-rifle/ [3]

From a reader monitoring the trial of Rittenhouse:

“I’m not sure if you’ve seen any of it. I watched 9 hours of video of yesterday’s trial (naturally i fast-forwarded some areas and skipped some parts). The defense’s cross examination of the prosecution’s star witness was extraordinary, and he was completely eviscerated and destroyed, but that’s not what I’m here to report on. The defense also cross examined the detective who arrested Rittenhouse. Under cross examination it came out that the detective had obtained a search warrant from a judge to seize and search the phone of one of the guys who had been shot and killed by Rittenhouse. But he never executed the warrant. The defense attorney asked him why, and then pointed to the prosecutor and asked the witness “did he tell you not to execute the search warrant on that phone?” The detective’s answer was “yes.”

“So we have an admission that the prosecutor told the detective not to execute a search warrant on a phone that held possible exculpatory evidence, and I will also say I’ve never seen a defense attorney point to a prosecutor in a trial.”

It seems the frame-up of Kyle Rittenhouse by corrupt Democrats and corrupt presstitutes is failing.

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