Chrystul Kizer is accused of 1st degree murder, for killing Randall Volar III. She says he was trafficking her for sex. He was being investigated at the time for serious crimes including sexual assault of children and child porn. The Kenosha DA did not charge him with a crime. We told you how Mike Graveley’s office was responsible, in part for Volar’s death by dragging its feet with the investigation after Kenosha Police recommended many felonies.
This morning, June 2, 2021, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled that Chrystul Kizer can mount an affirmative defense. That is, she can admit to the murder of Randall Volar and maintain that she did it because she was trafficked by him. The court said in part:
“We granted leave to appeal the order, and because we conclude the circuit court (Judge David Wilk) erred in its interpretation of § 939.46(1m), we reverse.”
“Thus, as far as the first-degree intentional homicide charge against Kizer is concerned, if the § 939.46(1m) affirmative defense is deemed applicable to that charge, it would, if successful, act as a complete defense and not simply mitigate the charge to second-degree intentional homicide.”