Judge Rittenhouse Bans MSNBC From Court After Freelancer Rides Jury Bus

A man confirmed to be a freelancer for NBC followed a bus assigned to bring jurors home from Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial Wednesday.

Rittenhouse is facing charges related to shooting of three men during the racial justice riot that occurred in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on August 25, 2020.

On Day 13 of the trial – the third day of jury deliberation – Judge Bruce Schroeder broadcast the trial live to inform the media of what had happened.

According to Schroeder, the jurors in this trial are being transported to the court from another location via a “closed bus” with the windows covered.

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“Kenosha Police reports that someone spied on the Rittenhouse jury bus last night while claiming to work for MSNBC,” Townhall’s Julio Rosas reported on Twitter.

“It is under investigation. No one working for MSNBC will be allowed inside the courthouse for the duration of the trial. “

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On Wednesday night, “a person who identified himself as James Jim Morrison” who was later identified as a freelancer with NBC was arrested by police following the remote bus.

Police recognized the man after he ran a red light, according to Schroeder.

He was later fined for violating traffic control signals.

The man told police he had been instructed to follow the bus by his producer – a woman he called “Irene Byon” in New York.

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There is a woman named Irene Byon who works for NBC News as a booking agent and based in San Diego, California, according to her Linkedin File.

“I have directed that no one from MSNBC News be allowed into this building during this trial period,” Schroeder said.

“This is a very serious matter and I don’t know what the ultimate truth of it is, but it’s entirely possible that without much thought about someone following the jury bus – that It is a very serious matter.”

Schroeder then said the matter would be “referred to the appropriate authorities” for further investigation.

An NBC News spokesperson confirmed that the freelancer received a traffic note near the grand jury bus.

“Last night, a freelancer received a traffic alert. While a traffic violation occurred near a jury vehicle, the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jury during deliberation, and never took pictures or attempted to take pictures of them,” the spokesperson said.

“We regret the incident and will fully cooperate with authorities in any investigation.”



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