Contrary to the claims from the left, America is still a place where the justice system ignores public opinion and treats everyone equally under the law — at least for now.
Kyle Rittenhouse, the teen at the center of a national controversy after he shot three people during the Kenosha, Wisconsin, riots on Aug. 25, will not be rearrested on charges that he violated his parole after he failed to notify authorities that he’d moved from his Antioch, Illinois, apartment, The Associated Press reported.
Kenosha County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger petitioned Judge Bruce Schroeder for another arrest warrant and argued for a $200,000 increase of Rittenhouse’s bail, which he posted in November.
Rittenhouse’s attorneys countered that the 18-year-old man has been in hiding and wished to keep his address confidential, but added that he’d never failed to appear for any of his hearings to date.
Schroeder shot down both