BUSTED: MSNBC Operative Caught Tailing Jury Bus In Kyle Rittenhouse Case, Banned From Courtroom For Duration Of Trial


Last night a contractor working for MSNBC was caught by police following the jury bus after they had left court where they deliberated the fate of Kyle Rittenhouse.

Judge Schroeder announced that an MSNBC employee was caught following the Kyle Rittenhouse trial jury bus in what he described as a “very serious matter.”

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The jury was leaving the courthouse in a bus that had the windows blocked to protect the identities of the jurors, when an individual following the bus ran a red light and was caught by police. The individual, named James Morrison, claimed have been instructed by Irene Byon of NBC in New York to follow the jury and photograph them.

As a result, MSNBC will no longer be allowed inside the courtroom for the duration of the trial, and the matter is under further investigation.

Critics online have accused MSNBC of attempting to reveal the identities of the jurors to influence them into finding Rittenhouse guilty.

Following the incident, a Twitter user that appears to be Irene Byon deactivated their account.

It also appears that Irene Byon has deleted her LinkedIn profile amid the allegations. “Irene Byon, implicated in instructing a [reporter] to follow the Jury Bus has nuked her LinkedIn,” tweeted podcast host Tim Pool. “Court TV reporter claims to know Morrison.”

“This is looking legit like MSNBC tried to expose the jurors identities.”

NBC issued a statement denying the allegations: “Last night, a freelancer received a traffic citation. While the traffic violation took place near the jury van, the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jurors during deliberations, and never photographed or intended to photograph them,” the media outlet claimed. “We regret the incident and will fully cooperate with the authorities on any investigation.”

MSNBC has now been banned from the court room for the duration from the trial.