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Rittenhouse Prosecutor Tells Witness His
Riot Videos Are ‘Very Slanted Against
the People Who Are Rioting’

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Posted By: earlybird, 11/12/2021 4:01:39 PM

Prosecutor Thomas Binger attempted to discredit independent journalist Drew Hernandez Thursday by portraying his coverage of the riots as “very slanted,” but his effort backfired. Hernandez captured key video footage in Kenosha on August 25, 2020, the night of the shootings. “Your videos that you have captured of these incidents that you call ‘riots’ they’re very slanted against the people who are rioting. You characterize them as ‘Antifa, BLM rioters.’ Correct?” Binger asked Hernandez, who works for Real America’s Voice. The videographer replied matter-of factly, “because they are rioting in the footage, yes


Duh. Like a guy walking through a yard, stepping on multiple rakes, prosecutor Binger did this kind of ridiculous questioning over and over. Notice his cutesy backward rolling curl at the front of his hair. I was transfixed, wondering how much goop and time it took for him to do that every morning.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Grateful 11/12/2021 4:11:27 PM (No. 975630)
Did Binger get his law degree from a school that he found on the back of a match cover?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: coyote 11/12/2021 4:12:54 PM (No. 975631)
This is the prosecutor that can't shoot straight.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: less is more 11/12/2021 4:13:23 PM (No. 975632)
I'll wager photos of the prosecutor dressed in black Antifa gear will surface of him rioting in Kenosha.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Roscoelewis 11/12/2021 4:17:26 PM (No. 975635)
As they should be.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: jasmine 11/12/2021 4:41:59 PM (No. 975646)
I was shocked to learn the prosecutor went to law school in Michigan. His condescending treatment of witnesses, the defendant, and even the judge has been painful to watch. I remember watching Sen. Kalama Harris attempt to outsmart Brett Kavanaugh when she questioned him, and how she fell flat on her face because she hinted she had some information to spring on him, when she had no such thing. The prosecutor in this case charged Kyle Rittenhouse within 24 hours, without bothering to gather relevant facts. Why did he not know the witness he was questioning, shot in the arm by Rittenhouse, was going to admit to being the aggressor? I thought smart prosecutors didn’t ask questions unless they already knew the answers.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: jalo1951 11/12/2021 4:51:30 PM (No. 975652)
“Your videos that you have captured of these incidents that you call ‘riots’ - that says it all.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 11/12/2021 4:56:58 PM (No. 975656)
The persecutor is a rotten person. And clearly Rosenbaum was a violent lunatic. And I love the hilariously inept terminology by people who have absolutely no clue about firearms. "Long arm rifles".......hilarious. The term "long arm" is in opposition to a "short arm"....or handgun. So any and all rifles or shotguns are in the broad category of "long arm". A 'long arm rifle' is not a category of rifles. Like saying "He got into an automobile car." Silly and unnecessarily redundant.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: jasmine 11/12/2021 5:02:02 PM (No. 975661)
Correcting my comment to reflect that it was a defense attorney, not the prosecutor, to whom the witness admitted to being the aggressor.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: formerNYer 11/12/2021 5:15:41 PM (No. 975670)
University of Soro's degree worth about $.30
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ashley Brenton 11/12/2021 5:26:07 PM (No. 975678)
When your prosecutor has a bad haircut like that, there is not much to be expected from him. Hey, dude, under what circumstances are rioters in a good light?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Ashley Brenton 11/12/2021 5:30:53 PM (No. 975682)
#5...You are shocked the prosecutor went to school in Michigan!? Presumably...Ann Arbor? And this behavior shocks you? That fact I graduated from Ohio State has nothing to do with my incredulity! Well...almost nothing... Actually...the fact I'm Ohio is pretty much the whole ball of wax. If Michigan produced this prosecutorial ponce, then I am hardly surprised!
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Reply 12 - Posted by: BarryNo 11/12/2021 6:11:08 PM (No. 975716)
These days, Poster 1, Law schools advertizing on match covers might actually attempt to teach Law... ...unlike the established universities who teach, "it's not what you know, but, who you know."
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Amanoftwistsandturns 11/12/2021 6:28:14 PM (No. 975725)
Well if riots are what he likes then riots are what he is going to get when the acquittal verdict is announced next week. The most incompetent prosecutor since Marcia Clark and Chris Darden hooked up.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: stablemoney 11/12/2021 7:14:29 PM (No. 975754)
Binger presents his opinion as evidence, knowing that the facts don't support the conclusion he wants. Binger has made quite a reputation for himself as an unethical lawyer. Binger is a smart guy, looks for ways to circumvent the law, and shield the evidence. Binger has an exciting future working for the mafia, or maybe he already is.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/12/2021 7:14:46 PM (No. 975756)
Binger is just a Kenosha County assistant district attorney. His boss made the decision to prosecute, and the political and civic pressures surrounding this case certainly severely limited any option but a trial. It's easy to call this from the sidelines miles away. This wasn't one shooting; it was three, with two dead. So the DA declares it was all self-defense...what would likely have happened in Kenosha and perhaps other cities? One need only look north to Milwaukee and Wauwatosa for the likely answer. Politicians make lemonade out of lemons everyday. Their decisions are rarely about civic or public interest. There is usually a huge dollop of self-interest. In this case, Rittenhouse is tried. Maybe he's convicted on some apparently thin evidence, with an unsympathetic judge and cowered jury. I don't think anyone, including Binger, thinks so. And now the community, through the jury, has a stake in the outcome...not just some elected official. And it doesn't appear Grosskreutz is going to come out with $10 million for his bicep.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: rochow 11/12/2021 7:30:34 PM (No. 975771)
These trash pieces who supposedly adhere to the law and uphold it.... 'nuff said. Law means toilette paper to them and they use it accordingly.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Omen55 11/12/2021 7:33:00 PM (No. 975773)
Binger is throwing the trial.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Kumoan 11/12/2021 8:48:55 PM (No. 975838)
Everyone's perplexed that Binger, apperantly a Soros tool, is an idiot because he keeps "stepping on rakes" as if he knows nothing of American laws and procedures, but I believe he has been instructed to play, not to law but to the Democommie audience. Rittenhouse is obviously innocent of the charges but the commies demand their chosen sacrifice and if [when] they don't get it they will riot and ubring Binger-Tool's various "points" forward to justify their actions, and the running dog media will act as if Binger-Tool was correct and the judge et all are evil. Thus, a win/win for evil demorats: they get to riot and they bring American laws into disrepute. Don't forget that academia, the driving force here, wants America eliminated forever.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: AnotherYank 11/12/2021 8:49:41 PM (No. 975839)
A classic case of a prosecutor more interested in getting a conviction than justice. His latest trick is presenting an enhanced video from a blurry drone footage that supposedly shows Rittenhouse pointing his gun at someone, which, according to the prosecution, shows Rittenhouse provoking violence. Fine, except the images are very vague and the rifle, if indeed it being pointed and anything at all, would be pointed from Rittenhouse's left shoulder. Rittenhouse, however, is a righty. This obvious desperation is surely designed to make the jury compromise and convict Rittenhouse on something, anything. It's a nasty piece of work and I hope the jury sees through it.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: cor-vet 11/12/2021 9:08:32 PM (No. 975848)
So BLM/AntiFa are going to riot, loot and burn. It’s about this time every year that the animals start their early holiday light-fingered shopping. I just hope there are some good shots, willing to take out a bunch of looters in the act. That would be my Christmas wish.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: danu 11/12/2021 9:51:56 PM (No. 975881)
We haven't laughed so much since we saw 3 Stooges, and Our Gang comedies w/ Spanky and Alfalfa on the classic tv channel. Thanks Drew!!
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Reply 22 - Posted by: mifla 11/13/2021 5:22:25 AM (No. 976046)
If I ever get accused of breaking the law, I want this guy to prosecute at my trial.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: privateer 11/13/2021 10:37:46 AM (No. 976290)
Thomas Binger...middle name 'Crack'.
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