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Bruce Schroeder Delivers Bizarre Rant Mid-Trial

The bigoted magistrate had some choice words for the Black media.

Well known and lowly regarded white supremacist Judge Bruce Schroeder is making it known that he’s not happy with the negative media coverage surrounding his attempt to fix the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

Kyle Rittenhouse

Recent reports confirmed that Schroeder is refusing to allow the victims of Rittenhouse to be called “victims”, calling into question the premise of the entire murder trial.

But that wasn’t enough.

During the 6th day of trial Schroeder began aggressively yelling at the prosecution in an attempt to convince them that the trial that many speculators across the country are calling rigged, is still operating in a fair and unbiased manner.

“There are people on the media, on reputable sites, that are saying things that are totally bizarre,” Schroeder decried in response to accusations of judicial bias.

Critics of Schroeder pointed to several cases that incorrect procedurals caused or conducted by him during the course of trials.

Rittenhouse victims (from left to right) Gaige Grosskreutz, Anthony Huber, Joseph Rosenbaum

The most famous of those botched cases was Wisconsin V Jensen, where Mark Jensen, a man accused of killing his wife, had dozens of pieces of evidence that levied against him that violated his Sixth Amendment right to confront witnesses since much of the evidence was from the deceased person in question.

Schroeder incorrectly allowed illegal evidence to be used, and violated Jensen’s 6th amendment right.

“Actually, I had it 100% correct in the first place,” Schroeder said, despite the state Supreme Court ruling confirming he had improperly allowed evidence in that trial.

“It was on CNN and Jeffery uh Toobin and another lawyer covered it,” Schroeder continued “and the comment was made that the ruling was incomprehensible.”

“And i think they’re obviously not familiar with this uh rule, because that–that’s our law.” He stuttered.

Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of first-degree reckless homicide, first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree recklessly endangering safety, attempted first-degree intentional homicide, possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18, and usage of a dangerous weapon, all of which are felonious counts.

Barrington Williams, B1Daily

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