NBC Producer Irene Byon & James Morrison Caught Trying to Dox & Intimidate Rittenhouse Jury

NBC Producer Irene Byon & James Morrison Caught Trying to Dox & Intimidate Rittenhouse Jury

November 18, 2021 — In what may be one of the most egregious of many oddities of the Kyle Rittenhouse criminal trial thus far, a “journalist” working for NBC news was caught attempting to dox and intimidate members of the jury in the Rittenhouse case. James Morrison was caught running a red light while attempting to follow the jury bus according to reports. He claimed he was told to do this by NBC/MSNBC News producer Irene Byon.

The Judge Bruce Schroeder has announced there will be an investigation into the incident.

Here is an image of Irene Byon’s LinkedIn account, before she nuked it:

Here is an image from her Twitter account before it was deleted:

This should be immediate grounds for a mistrial with prejudice.

This is the absolute state of cowardice in America with regard to the state of power that the corporate media holds as well as its undue influence on criminal cases.

The judge already made clear yesterday that he cares too much about the media’s coverage of him so I don’t expect him to do his job here and hold them accountable.

Joey Camp called out both of the media culprits on Gab:


Here is some background information on James Morrison, the “journalist” who got caught:

That is from his resume.

Here is his Twitter profile, which is still up as of the time of this reporting:

Here is his Twitter profile https://twitter.com/jcmorrisn.

The Dune references are epic.

The media is operating as a criminal organization at this point and they need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

The rot and corruption within the mainstream media cannot be overstated.

Will she be arrested for attempted jury intimidation?

These account deletions might appear to be an admission of guilt.

No one believes this is true. The account deletions make it obvious that they were trying to intimidate the jury as they did in the Chauvin case.

The journalist even admitted he was ordered to dox and intimidate the jury.

This entire thing is such a farce.

There has been so much nonsense going on with this trial, from the prosecution altering a video before giving to the defense, to the FBI with its magical drone footage to BLM rioters outside trying to scare the jury, to the prosecution trying to get prejudicial information admitted to bias the jury against the wishes of the judge, it seems like it never ends.

Zero Hedge reports on the incident:

As day three of jury deliberations in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial began, Judge Bruce Schroeder banned MSNBC from his courtroom for the duration of the trial, after an employee claiming to be a producer with the outlet reportedly followed the van taking jurors home on Wednesday evening and was pulled over after running a red light.

‘No one from MSNBC news will be permitted in this building … this is an extremely serious matter and will be referred to the proper authorities,’ said Schroeder.

The judge added that the employee taken into custody was James J. Morrison who claimed to be working for Irene Byon of NBC in New York.

According to TownHall’s Julio Rosas, Kenosha police reported that someone was following the bus carrying the Rittenhouse jurors last night “while claiming to work for MSNBC,” adding that the matter is under investigation.

Byon has reportedly nuked her Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.

Earlier this month, a self-described ‘honorary nephew of George Floyd’ identified as Cortez Rice posted a disturbing video threatening to doxx Rittenhouse jurors if they don’t return a guilty verdict. – Zero Hedge

The judge appears to be unwilling to do what should and needs to be done in a capital murder case.

She appears to have deleted every social media account that she had.

This is obstruction of justice rendering it impossible for Kyle Rittenhouse to have a fair trial.

Why was he running red lights?

Because they know how bad this looks for them.

The above video provides a break down of the events that occurred. We have been following the case and will continue to provide updates. This is now day three of jury deliberation and it appears the prosecution might need to testify under oath about a video file and its compression.

This story is still developing, please check back for updates.  

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