Judge Schroder has banned MSNBC from the courtroom for the remainder of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial Thursday after a man claiming to be a producer for the network was accused of following jurors. Judge Bruce Schroeder said the man, who identified himself as James Morrison, was pulled over Wednesday after he allegedly blew a red light while pursuing a bus that transports jurors from the Kenosha County Courthouse.
Schnitt wonders if this extends to all on NBC news as MSNBC is an affiliate of the major news outlet. Now NBC has released their statement denying that they sent the freelancer to follow and take pictures of the jurors. They intend to work with authorities to resolve any issues this incident may have incurred. There is an old-fashioned mystery because he claimed that the heads instructed him in New York when they pulled Morrison over.
Kenosha Police have released statements via Twitter guaranteeing that there has not been a security breach for the trial.
Last night a person who is alleging to be affiliated with a national media outlet was briefly taken into custody and issued several traffic related citations. Police suspect this person was trying to photograph jurors. This incident is being investigated much further.— Kenosha Police Dept. (@KenoshaPolice) November 18, 2021
There was no breach of security regarding the jury, nor were there any photographs obtained. This investigation remains active and open, no further information.— Kenosha Police Dept. (@KenoshaPolice) November 18, 2021
Photos From The Rittenhouse Trial
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