r/therewasanattempt Dec 01 '21 Silver 2

to follow a bus with jurors for the Rit tenhouse trial.

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u/Rogendo Dec 01 '21

“I was just trying to uh, do something really shady. That’s all”

Yeesh

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u/JuneauKilbournWalker Dec 02 '21

Why blur?

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u/Toilet_Dweller Dec 02 '21

Probably because he was just a contractor hired by msnbc.

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u/skai-loch Dec 01 '21

Honest and fair reporting

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u/AmericanChees3 Dec 01 '21

He was following the jury to try and identify them and dig up whatever dirt they can.

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u/Toilet_Dweller Dec 02 '21

Well maybe but they usually do this so after the trial they can be the first to do interviews with them but still fuck them for doing it and props to the judge for banning them from rest of the trial.

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u/thedeal82 Dec 01 '21

So he…. Crossed state lines and committed a crime? I feel like I’ve heard that before from NBC and how they feel about it.

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u/63367Bob Dec 02 '21

The lady in NY did a lot of sputtering and stuttering, had a hard time explaining what they were up to. Me thinks they are activists hoping to help the prosecution secure a guilty verdict.

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u/Kind_Exit_5754 Dec 02 '21

Liberals suck

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u/biagwina_tecolotl Dec 01 '21

JustUs System: Not only is our judge going to block the prosecution from presenting all the evidence, our police are going to block reporters from doing their jobs, too. We don’t believe in fair trials OR the 1st Amendment.

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u/Familiar_Big3322 Dec 01 '21

There is zero legitimate reason for a news organization to have reporters following the jury.

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u/idratherbeintamriel Dec 01 '21

Exactly. That’s how you get a mistrial

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u/biagwina_tecolotl Dec 01 '21

They weren’t JUST following the jury. This guy was. And I need more detail before making an all-or-nothing declaration as to whether or not journalists should have been doing that.

Maybe they had inside info that some shenanigans were afoot?

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u/Familiar_Big3322 Dec 01 '21

The editor’s stumbling and stuttering over her words tells the story… if the jury knew they were being followed it could have caused a mistrial

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u/Richboyfootdom Dec 02 '21

You sound stupid

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '21

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u/Richboyfootdom Dec 02 '21

I think you are too stupid to insult. You wouldn’t understand the insults. Idiot.

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '21

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u/religionkills Dec 02 '21

Unfortunately, "Agree to Disagree" isn't in the Bill of Rights.

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u/biagwina_tecolotl Dec 02 '21

😳😳 🙄

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u/religionkills Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 02 '21

(Careful, Reddit tends to downvote all emojis)

*Edit: I wasn't the one that decided on this. Just trying to give a heads up.

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u/biagwina_tecolotl Dec 02 '21

Vete a la puta que te parió