BLM protest Rittenhouse verdict

By Perly Viasmensky
Las Vegas Tribune

Ben Siegel: “We only kill each other”.

During the era of the Jewish Mafia, Benjamin Siegel said: “Don’t  worry, we don’t kill anybody, we only kill each other.”
What was the purpose of all those protests and insults against the young guy, Kyle Rittenhouse, when he wasn’t defending himself from Black people?
What does Black Lives Matter have to do with the death of two White men and the injury to another man, also White. Where does Black Lives Matter fit in here?
Joe Biden expressed his opinion regarding the jury verdict on the Rittenhouse case as: “Many people are angry and concerned, myself included…” Joe Biden is right, many of us were angry and concerned, but not for the same reason.
Angry because every day we see that prosecutors no longer go to court with their minds set on one important thing — JUSTICE — but with their minds set on winning the case at any cost.
They don’t refrain from prosecuting a charge that they know is not supported by probable cause and they should make timely disclosure to the defense of all evidence or information known to the prosecutor that tends to negate the guilt of the accused or mitigate the offense, and in connection with sentencing, disclose to the defense and to the court all unprivileged information known to the prosecutor, except when the prosecutor is relieved of this responsibility by a protective order of the court.
Concerned because in this particular case of Kyle Rittenhouse, prosecutor Thomas Binger showed a total lack of dignity to his profession and respect to the court and the presiding judge.
The masses tried to intimidate the jury with threats of violence, riots, and destruction. At least, this particular “jury of your peers” was not as cowardly as the jury of Officer Derek Chauvin that allowed the crowd outside of the courthouse to intimidate them. They knew that George Floyd died of an overdose.
The crowds like to intimidate citizens with the excuse of “Black Lives Matter,” and threats of protest, vandalism, riots, and destruction.
Has anybody noticed that those people just want to enrich themselves at the expense of others without lifting a finger to get what they desire?
Has anyone known of one person destroying, assaulting, and/or vandalizing a Seven-11 during a riot? Of course not, they go to fancy and expensive stores.
Several protests took place in several cities after the reading of the verdict of Kyle Rittenhouse.
According to news reports, the Louis Vuitton store in San Francisco Union Square shopping district was emptied out. As well as other high-class retailers like Fendi and Yves Saint Laurent.

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