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Bruce Schroeder Aides Rittenhouse’s Escape

Vicious killer Kyle Rittenhouse has escaped prosecution with the help of local Wisconsin law enforcement.

Vicious killer Kyle Rittenhouse has escaped prosecution with the help of local Wisconsin law enforcement. According to reports, ‘Rottenhouse’ had been housed (no pun intended) in a safehouse (again, no pun intended) for his own safety prior to his fleeing the state of Wisconsin. Kenosha deputies were reported to be responsible for monitoring the murderer, yet he somehow escaped unnoticed.

‘Killa Kyle’ Ritenhouse

Rottenhouse was charged with first-degree reckless homicide, first-degree intentional homicide and first-degree recklessly endangering safety in the fatal shootings of Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26, during an Aug. 25 protest in Kenosha. He’s also charged with attempted reckless homicide in a shooting that same night that severely wounded protester Gaige Grosskreutz.

Local coon receives award from Chief of Kenosha Thugs with a Badges

To further aide Rottenhouse in his escape, Wisconsin Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder then decline to issue a arrest warrant for the murder and refused to raise the bail for the killer.
Schroeder ruled that the “prosecution had not met its burden to prove that either of those measures was permitted or necessary under the law.”

County Circuit white supremacist Judge Bruce Schroeder

Prosecutor Thomas Binger said during a Zoom court hearing he sought the increase because he had “no idea where the defendant is spending his time, the court has no idea where he’s spending his time, and that’s a very unusual and dangerous situation when you have someone facing these types of charges in this case.”
Schroeder claims that there is “no evidence that Rittenhouse is a flight risk.”
There are still no charges being pressed against Kyle Rottenhouse’s mother who transported a minor across state lines with a illegal weapon.

Rottenhouse was previously able to meet bail with the help of a $50,000 donation from MyPillow CEO and crack addict (really, look it up) Mike Lindell. MyPillow is a bed sheet and pillow manufacturing company based in Chaska, Minnesota, United States. Lindell’s net worth sits around 250 million dollars, and he can usually be found looking for junk in Mankato, Minnesota.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell (right) poses with former US President Donald Trump during White House meeting

Which means the grassroots needs to start calling stores and request that they stop selling the MyPillow brand.

As for Judge Bruce Schroeder, he’s a federal circuit white supremacist, meaning that the Black community must lobby each of our state’s national Representatives to introduce impeachment articles against him or risk being kicked out of office themselves. This will only be the beginning of our Jihad against the decrepit piece of trash.

Lastly, for all who are interested, Bruce Schroeder normally resides at Circuit Court, Branch #3. 912 56th St Kenosha where he routinely sentences innocent Black men to hellish imprisonment.

Barrington Williams, Terrence Dorner, B1Daily

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