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Kyle Rittenhouse Judge Shouts Out Veterans in Court, Debatably Influences Case

TMZ.com Thursday, 11 November 2021
The judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial did something that, on its face, seems pure and patriotic -- but, arguably it could also, unjustly, impact the outcome of the trial. Judge Bruce Schroeder opened proceedings Thursday in Kenosha, WI by saying…
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