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Kyl;e Rittenhouse will be a billionaire by the time his lawyers are done.

Tipsycatlover

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Correct, the killings and wounding were never in doubt, the only issue was if the shootings were legally justified. The not guilty verdict established that beyond question.
It's like the admission never happened or was considered.
 

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Not so far. Where are all these civil suits?
Here you go..


Correct, the killings and wounding were never in doubt, the only issue was if the shootings were legally justified. The not guilty verdict established that beyond question.
No, it just proved they couldn't find beyond a reasonable doubt that it wasn't justified...

Not the same thing as a civil case, where all they have to prove is that Rittenhouse acted recklessly.

You see, the problem with the criminal case is that it was ONLY limited to the moments of the shootings. A civil case can and will look at the entirety of Rittenhouses actions, including getting the gun, crossing state lines, etc.

More to the point, there are other parties that hold joint liability, such as the City of Kenosha or perhaps even Facebook for allowing the Kenosha Militia to organize on their pages. Juries love people with deep pockets.
 

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You will see. But not understand.
 

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Here you go..

https://denver.cbslocal.com/2021/11...l-action-kyle-rittenhouse-shooting/ [/QUOTE]
No, it just proved they couldn't find beyond a reasonable doubt that it wasn't justified...

Not the same thing as a civil case, where all they have to prove is that Rittenhouse acted recklessly.

You see, the problem with the criminal case is that it was ONLY limited to the moments of the shootings. A civil case can and will look at the entirety of Rittenhouses actions, including getting the gun, crossing state lines, etc.

More to the point, there are other parties that hold joint liability, such as the City of Kenosha or perhaps even Facebook for allowing the Kenosha Militia to organize on their pages. Juries love people with deep pockets.
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No, it just proved they couldn't find beyond a reasonable doubt that it wasn't justified...

Not the same thing as a civil case, where all they have to prove is that Rittenhouse acted recklessly.

You see, the problem with the criminal case is that it was ONLY limited to the moments of the shootings. A civil case can and will look at the entirety of Rittenhouses actions, including getting the gun, crossing state lines, etc.

More to the point, there are other parties that hold joint liability, such as the City of Kenosha or perhaps even Facebook for allowing the Kenosha Militia to organize on their pages. Juries love people with deep pockets.
You might notice that they had to go all the way to Colorado to find an attorney to take the case. I looked up the lawyer. He has very little experience, he is a Poli-Sci grad, he runs a firm helping startup businesses, recently he's branched out into "civil rights" his major accomplishment has been being involved in a case restricting the Denver PD use of tear gas and rubber bullets against rioters. In other words he's an ambulance chaser with political aspirations. As far as I can tell he's not even licensed to practice law in Wisconsin.
 

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You might notice that they had to go all the way to Colorado to find an attorney to take the case. I looked up the lawyer. He has very little experience, he is a Poli-Sci grad, he runs a firm helping startup businesses, recently he's branched out into "civil rights" his major accomplishment has been being involved in a case restricting the Denver PD use of tear gas and rubber bullets against rioters. In other words he's an ambulance chaser with political aspirations. As far as I can tell he's not even licensed to practice law in Wisconsin.

Again, sounds pretty good. Who'd want a lawyer from Wisconsin... if the Rittenhouse Trial is an indication of the level of legal juris prudence, it is clear the judge and prosecutors were both morons.

Point is, lawsuits will be filed... and Rittenhouse and Kenosha will lose...
 

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Again, sounds pretty good. Who'd want a lawyer from Wisconsin... if the Rittenhouse Trial is an indication of the level of legal juris prudence, it is clear the judge and prosecutors were both morons.

Point is, lawsuits will be filed... and Rittenhouse and Kenosha will lose...
We'll see.
 

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