What is the line between lawful protest and jury intimidation by mob?

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By J. Kb

8 thoughts on “Still trying to understand how this is legal”
  1. What else did you expect in a city run by liberals, tyrants, democrats, and subhuman monsters (but I’ve repeated myself thrice)?

    On the plus side, at least now there is no standing whatsoever to claim a mistrial with prejudice, since the city gov’t is openly allowing jury intimidation to take place.

  2. …does this shit remind anybody else of the gladiators and the coliseum where the bloodthirsty degenerate crowd would dictate who lived and who died …as it pleased them.

    Thumbs up for Kyle from this old bystander. Wrong place. Wrong time. Right decisions and right actions from there on out. God bless ya young man.

    F the crowd. Let’s go Brandon.

    God bless America.

    1. I can’t run like Kyle did, but I’m willing to go with him to the next riot. Back to back, we can take out a LOT more criminal fascists.

  3. This might be another reason for declaring a mistrial.
    but they only need a mistrial if Kyle R., is CONVICTED.
    Then does Kyle sit in jail until the next trial?
    And does Kyle survive any length of time in jail?

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