Kyle Rittenhouse's guilt as a white supremacist, terrorist, violence-inciting murderer is obvious. That's why the prosecution team for the state of Wisconsin has been so sharply criticized for botching what should have been a layup case.
Below are the critical errors made by the prosecutors that may allow the mass murderer the freedom to do even more mass-murdering:
1) Forgetting to go to law school: Sources say they learned to be lawyers by watching episodes of Suits.
2) Letting their star witness tell the truth: Hours training him to lie in court, down the drain.
3) Googling "what does self-defense mean?" during the trial: They must have forgotten all the TV cameras watching their every move.
4) Getting mixed up and thinking they were with the defense team for the first two days: A bewildering time for all.
5) Telling the jury to "look at the evidence.": Oops!
6) Bribing the judge with celery instead of cookies: This mistake alone may have cost them the case.
7) Taking duck-lip selfies in front of the jury box during opening arguments: While the selfies looked great, it just seemed like bad taste, you know?
8) Pointing a gun in everyone's face: It may work in other courts, but not this one.
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