Play with those stains from #MeToo at the U.S. Capitol; clear them out with pocket money

In his summation, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote summed up the case this way: “Mr. Rittenhouse was a thief, a liar, and a liar for money. He was the reason that this library and…

Play with those stains from #MeToo at the U.S. Capitol; clear them out with pocket money

In his summation, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote summed up the case this way: “Mr. Rittenhouse was a thief, a liar, and a liar for money. He was the reason that this library and this university lost a priceless collection of the work of great writers. His greed led him away from the intellectual value of these writings and into the long reach of his evil twin, his obsession with money.”

Defense attorney Raymond Bateman, on the other hand, contended that Rittenhouse wasn’t guilty.

“The government says,” he began, “that Kyle Rittenhouse is guilty of 20 counts of being a thief and liar, but his victim was not the university because Kyle Rittenhouse did not steal one book. Kyle Rittenhouse robbed the victims of Kenneth Starr. Kyle Rittenhouse robbed the victims of Paula Jones. Kyle Rittenhouse robbed the victims of Robert Ray because of the vast amount of money Kyle Rittenhouse made as Kenneth Starr’s lawyer.”

Those five minutes stood in for more than an hour’s worth of defense evidence.

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