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(Yahoo)   After accused murderer Kyle Rittenhouse is spotted drinking in a bar with a group of Proud Boys, prosecutors ask for "no booze" and "no white supremacists" conditions on his bail. Also, apparently underaged drinking is okay in WI if your mom is there   (news.yahoo.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, White supremacy, Kyle Rittenhouse, Supremacism, Domestic violence, defendant's continued association, Lawyer, Rittenhouse's defense lawyer Mark Richards, Associated Press  
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2021-01-14 8:45:27 AM  
Someday, a reckoning...
 
2021-01-14 8:55:52 AM  
He's a Nazi.

I hate Nazis.
 
2021-01-14 9:03:48 AM  
He lives in Illinois.
His mommy takes him to Wisconsin to get him drunk.
and to be serenaded by Proud Boys.
 
2021-01-14 9:07:06 AM  
If he was drinking in the bar as a result of their willingly serving him underage, charge the bar owner and strip him of his alcohol license.
 
2021-01-14 9:10:06 AM  
WTF?!? I thought everybody on bail was required to follow a long list of rules, including no drinking and no association with gangs or terror groups. Either Rittenhouse got a laughably permissive bond agreement from a fellow Nazi or that county jail employs a bunch of nitwits.

Hell, I thought it was standard practice to strap on a GPS tracker and an alcohol (via sweat) detector to people out on bail.
 
2021-01-14 9:18:34 AM  

Pocket Ninja: If he was drinking in the bar as a result of their willingly serving him underage, charge the bar owner and strip him of his alcohol license.


It's legal for him to drink in Wisconsin because his mother is serving him.
He lives in Illinois.
His mommy is taking him across state lines to get him drunk.
 
2021-01-14 9:22:48 AM  
White privilege on full display. This has to end.
 
2021-01-14 9:22:51 AM  

I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: Someday, a reckoning...


I think we are seeing a clear message here nationally. White Supremacy is consequence free
 
2021-01-14 9:22:51 AM  
I am surprised he wasn't at the coup with a new gun. Sounds like something stupid he would do.
 
2021-01-14 9:23:19 AM  

Riche: WTF?!? I thought everybody on bail was required to follow a long list of rules, including no drinking and no association with gangs or terror groups. Either Rittenhouse got a laughably permissive bond agreement from a fellow Nazi or that county jail employs a bunch of nitwits.

Hell, I thought it was standard practice to strap on a GPS tracker and an alcohol (via sweat) detector to people out on bail.


I think the alcohol thingy is only for defendants who are on trial for alcohol involved crimes.
 
2021-01-14 9:23:28 AM  
So was Blanche:
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2021-01-14 9:24:02 AM  
I'm pretty sure some Wisconsin bars have on-site daycare.
 
2021-01-14 9:24:13 AM  
I wonder if he did double penetration on the first date.

Triple?
 
2021-01-14 9:24:14 AM  

cretinbob: Pocket Ninja: If he was drinking in the bar as a result of their willingly serving him underage, charge the bar owner and strip him of his alcohol license.

It's legal for him to drink in Wisconsin because his mother is serving him.
He lives in Illinois.
His mommy is taking him across state lines to get him drunk.


Children are the products of their environments. Can we get some accessory charges for Mommy Dearest?
 
2021-01-14 9:24:28 AM  
It says he's 18 now.  WI is weird like this.  Once someone is 18, the parents are no longer considered their legal guardians, and cannot legally give someone permission to serve them alcohol.  Before they are 18, that is allowed.  So, there should be additional implications that mommy dearest is contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and the establishment is serving underage people.

Yes, I know it's a stupid rule, but that's how it works there.
 
2021-01-14 9:24:43 AM  
LOL.  I hope the DA is paying attention.
 
2021-01-14 9:25:27 AM  

Riche: WTF?!? I thought everybody on bail was required to follow a long list of rules, including no drinking and no association with gangs or terror groups. Either Rittenhouse got a laughably permissive bond agreement from a fellow Nazi or that county jail employs a bunch of nitwits.

Hell, I thought it was standard practice to strap on a GPS tracker and an alcohol (via sweat) detector to people out on bail.


Only if their not white... didn't you get the memo?
 
2021-01-14 9:25:46 AM  
Most bail requirements say no alcohol. This should at least trigger a hearing.
 
2021-01-14 9:25:50 AM  
Murder two BLM protesters and you get a medal, bail, and free drinks,
but kill one proud boy and the US Marshals assassinate you
 
2021-01-14 9:26:16 AM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: I'm pretty sure some Wisconsin bars have on-site daycare.


Those are called Chuck E Cheese, and Showbiz Pizza.
 
2021-01-14 9:26:21 AM  

Walker: So was Blanche:
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Weird.  Blanche doesn't strike me as the Bear lovin' type.
 
2021-01-14 9:26:35 AM  
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2021-01-14 9:26:54 AM  
These douchebags seem to be way too attached to their mothers
 
2021-01-14 9:27:14 AM  
Prosecutors in Wisconsin have asked a judge to order an Illinois teen charged with killing two people and wounding a third in a violent protest over a police shooting to stay out of bars and away from white supremacist groups.

Pwetty pwease?
 
2021-01-14 9:27:24 AM  
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2021-01-14 9:27:33 AM  
What's next?  No hookers and blow?
 
2021-01-14 9:27:48 AM  
live it up now i guess because it's toilet wine for you going forward.
 
2021-01-14 9:28:19 AM  

xxBirdMadGirlxx: Children are the products of their environments. Can we get some accessory charges for Mommy Dearest?


No.
Its called being a man, your mommy only controls your life until youre about 16.
 
2021-01-14 9:28:53 AM  

Cythraul: Walker: So was Blanche:
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Weird.  Blanche doesn't strike me as the Bear lovin' type.


Sometimes he likes to be dominated and bullied.
See his relationship with Trump as an example.
 
2021-01-14 9:29:05 AM  

Pocket Ninja: If he was drinking in the bar as a result of their willingly serving him underage, charge the bar owner and strip him of his alcohol license.


So, you've never been to the more rural areas of this state, have you? Liquor laws can be more of a guideline than a rule.
 
2021-01-14 9:29:49 AM  
How times have changed:

Way back then at 18yo, we all just went to Hooters.
 
2021-01-14 9:29:55 AM  
Hey beer is the only way I'm with most people's mom's

/Just kidding love the milfs
 
2021-01-14 9:35:24 AM  
Murderous Nazi allowed to roam free and consume mind altering substances.
Discussion about the sanity of our legal system ensues.
 
2021-01-14 9:37:20 AM  
Is the prosecutor trying him as an adult?

/wish my mom would have served us beer.
 
2021-01-14 9:38:10 AM  
I wonder if he did some shots.
 
2021-01-14 9:38:15 AM  
Revoke bail
 
2021-01-14 9:38:56 AM  

Pocket Ninja: If he was drinking in the bar as a result of their willingly serving him underage, charge the bar owner and strip him of his alcohol license.


As a WI farker, I can confirm that if your parents are in the bar, they can serve you at any age. They can refuse, but they can legally.
 
2021-01-14 9:39:27 AM  
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2021-01-14 9:39:28 AM  
TIL that bars in Wisconsin can serve a kid of any age if their parents are present.  Seems they tried to change it back in 2009 so that the minimum age would be 18 but the bill never got out of committee.

Honestly thought this was a federal level law that set the minimum drinking age at 21 years old.
 
2021-01-14 9:40:16 AM  
The face of a mama's boy who been told he's special way too many times. 
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2021-01-14 9:40:33 AM  

groppet: I am surprised he wasn't at the coup with a new gun. Sounds like something stupid he would do.


He could only go there if his mom went with him, and that was her Bingo night.
 
2021-01-14 9:41:13 AM  
I'm kind of surprised that not crossing any state lines wasn't a condition of his release on bond.
 
2021-01-14 9:42:21 AM  

BrerRobot: The face of a mama's boy who been told he's special way too many times. [kstp.com image 800x450]


They're gonna love him in prison.
 
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2021-01-14 9:42:43 AM  
And you just know that this information will not be admissible in court.
 
2021-01-14 9:42:47 AM  
Im from Wisconsin. Yes that is a law.

You can litterally put down a milk bottle and pick up a beer bottle and as long as parents are OK with it
 
2021-01-14 9:43:28 AM  

cretinbob: Pocket Ninja: If he was drinking in the bar as a result of their willingly serving him underage, charge the bar owner and strip him of his alcohol license.

It's legal for him to drink in Wisconsin because his mother is serving him.
He lives in Illinois.
His mommy is taking him across state lines to get him drunk.


I knew several Chicago, Wisconsin people that have stories of growing up, playing in a WI bar, or riding their bikes to the bar in the morning to find their mom. It's a thing. As adults, I think 100% of them are alcoholics, or struggle with alcoholism.

Who knew?
 
2021-01-14 9:44:33 AM  
I think he's angry because Brian Peppers is his real dad.
 
2021-01-14 9:45:28 AM  

kkinnison: Im from Wisconsin. Yes that is a law.

You can litterally put down a milk bottle and pick up a beer bottle and as long as parents are OK with it


If it wasn't for the l in Wisconsinaw that allows you to drink alcohol when you're with your parents, I would probably not have survived several family reunions in Eau Claire.

/Leinenkugels bottles will fit a nipple
 
2021-01-14 9:46:27 AM  

Don't Troll Me Bro!: It says he's 18 now.  WI is weird like this.  Once someone is 18, the parents are no longer considered their legal guardians, and cannot legally give someone permission to serve them alcohol.  Before they are 18, that is allowed.  So, there should be additional implications that mommy dearest is contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and the establishment is serving underage people.

Yes, I know it's a stupid rule, but that's how it works there.


That's not how it works.

125.02(20m) (20m)"Underage person" means a person who has not attained the legal drinking age.

Servers have the right to refuse service to an underage person, however.
 
2021-01-14 9:47:29 AM  

Robo Beat: I'm kind of surprised that not crossing any state lines wasn't a condition of his release on bond.


They don't seem to have set much of any conditions - better late than never I guess.
My hunch is the court will give the prosecutor at least some of the conditions he's asking for.
 
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