Rittenhouse Lawyer ‘Did Not Approve’ of Tucker Carlson Film Crew During Trial-US News | The Epoch Times

A defense attorney representing Kyle Rittenhouse during his murder trial revealed that a film crew working for Fox News’ Tucker Carlson attempted to become embedded in the defense team to make a documentary about his client’s acquittal. “I did not approve of that,” Richards told CNN on Nov. 19. “I threw them out of the room several times. I don’t think a film crew is appropriate for something like this.” According to Richards, efforts by the Rittenhouse family to raise money for the teen’s trial included having a Carlson film crew present, which Richards described as a “definite distraction,” but “I’m not always the boss.” Elaborating, Richards said that most of the money that was raised for Rittenhouse’s trial was crowdfunded, although not via GoFundMe. After his acquittal, GoFundMe confirmed that it would allow the teen to raise money again. “I had a talk with Kyle. All I can say is …

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