When will the United Kingdom’s highest court decide to release Kyle Rittenhouse?
Nobody is going to say that there is not a race between the High Court of England and Wales and the House of Lords to release Kyle Rittenhouse. But we are quite sure of one thing: The Commons (House of Commons) and Senate (House of Senates) will act. And by Congress, I mean MPs and Senators.
Time is of the essence. Two days are left before the statute of limitations (cap) on cases of trespass on a Parliamentary Estate expires. By this I mean that the Supreme Court of England and Wales cannot take any further action. On 14 July, the statue of limitations expires on cases of trespass where someone entered or attempted to gain access to the Portcullis House building and Parliament. The liability for trespassing remains in the hands of the trespassers; however, the public liability law holds Parliament, its Members and employees responsible for the consequences of trespass.
At 1.30pm on 15 July, Kyle Rittenhouse will face the first of the final three sessions of the House of Commons’ deliberation on whether to grant him bail. He was arrested on 15 March of this year for trespass on a Parliamentary Estate.
You can watch a video of the debate on Kyle Rittenhouse, available at youtube.com/channel/1ho8grg0owf8