The Kyle Rittenhouse saga is not a part of the past quite yet. The trial is over, but accountability for presuming his guilt before the courts finally recognize his innocence.
Judge Bruce Schroeder, who made himself famous presiding over the Kyle Rittenhouse case, has a new name in the center of his courtroom.
Joshua Ziminski, who fired a gunshot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the same night Kyle Rittenhouse used self-defense to protect his own life, is going to trial.
Ziminski allegedly intimidated a photographer outside of the court. Once Jude Schroeder became aware of Ziminski’s consistent use of poor judgment, he was re-arrested, and his bond increased from $1,000 to $14,000.
According to Kenosha News, the court recognizes Ziminksi’s possible danger to society, as he displayed, on August 25, 2020, threatening a photographer outside the courthouse.
As a result, the criminal has been charged with felony arson and a misdemeanor count of dangerous weapon use.
Kenosha News reported, “Kenosha County Circuit Court records show that Kenosha defense attorney Terry Rose appeared before Judge Bruce Schroeder as jury selection was to begin and reported that his client, Kenosha amateur photographer Nathan Debruin, had been intimidated by Ziminski.”
The outlet continued, “Debruin was visibly shaken. I told the judge about it, called intimidation, and asked that Ziminski be penalized by being held in the county jail pending the outcome of the trial.”
Similar tactics that Joshua Ziminski used during the Kenosha riot in 2020. Ziminski was the vigilante who fired a ‘warning shot’ in the air to surround the 17-year-old boy with his fellow rioters.
Being dragged through a national media horror story, Kyle Rittenhouse is immensely grateful he has the rest of his life to look forward to.
In a recent interview with Daily Wire reporter Candace Owens, “There’s going to be some accountability, Candace,” Rittenhouse said.
Now, an American household name, Rittenhouse, can set a precedent for dealing with defamation lawsuits and make sure justice is brought to the criminals on August 25, 2020, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Hopefully, it deters people from rioting in the streets, having the only intention of causing chaos.
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