Barely Breathing Dem Rep Jerry Nadler Calls For Fed Review Of Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict

By Patty McMurray at 100 Percent FED Up

 

House Judiciary Chair Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), like many top Democrats in the DC Swamp, including Joe Biden, is barely breathing.

 

But as long as Jerry can still breathe, he’s going to take his marching orders from the radical left in his party.

 

 

Tonight, only one hour after the jurors in the Kyle Rittenhouse case found him “not guilty” of all 5 charges against him, Rep. Nadler was calling for a federal investigation over his dissatisfaction with the jury’s decision.

 

Nadler tweeted a link to an NYT article about the juror’s decision along with his commentary.

 

This heartbreaking verdict is a miscarriage of justice and sets a dangerous precedent which justifies federal review by DOJ. Justice cannot tolerate armed persons crossing state lines looking for trouble while people engage in First Amendment-protected protest.

 

Is it possible that Nadler has the power to put Kyle Rittenhouse through a federal trial?

Fox 6 Now provides some answers to the questions many people have about how federal charges work – In order for Rittenhouse to face federal charges, there are several complicated factors that could make it unlikely for federal prosecutors to pursue a case.

For most homicide cases, federal law typically only applies in crimes that specifically violate federal law. According to Shouse Law Group, a criminal justice team in Los Angeles, the crime of murder “is prosecuted in state courts as a state crime. But murder becomes a federal crime when it occurs in violation of federal law, or when it takes place on a federal land or territory.”

 

Shouse Law Group writes, “The federal crime of murder is defined as the ‘unlawful killing of a human being with malice aforethought.’ In general, there are seven scenarios when an unlawful killing violates the laws of the federal government.”

According to the law group, these include when:

  • the murder is of a federal judge or a federal law enforcement official
  • the killing is of an immediate family member of a federal law enforcement official
  • the murder is of an elected or appointed federal official
  • the killing is committed during a bank robbery
  • the killing takes place aboard a ship at sea that is engaged in interstate commerce per the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution
  • the murder was designed to influence a court case
  • the killing takes place on federal property

 

Rittenhouse was not accused of a hate crime and because he is not a member of law enforcement, he cannot be charged with depriving anyone of their civil rights as a federal agent. Rittenhouse was also not accused of a robbery on federal property or involving a federal business.

The charges Rittenhouse was facing became a flashpoint in the debate over guns, vigilantism, and racial justice in the country.

 

He had been charged with homicide, attempted homicide, and reckless endangering after killing two men and wounding a third with an AR-style semi-automatic rifle during a tumultuous night of protests over police violence against Black people in the summer of 2020. The former police youth cadet is white, as were those he shot.

The anonymous jury, which appeared to be overwhelmingly White, deliberated for close to three-and-a-half days.

Rittenhouse could have gotten life in prison if found guilty on the most serious charge, first-degree intentional homicide, or what some other states call first-degree murder.

 

This article originally appeared on 100 Percent FED Up | Republished with permission.

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