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Rittenhouse Prosecutor Told Police Not to Execute Search Warrant Signed By Judge To View Grosskreutz’s Cell Phone


Gaige Grosskreutz

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On August 25th, 2020, Kyle Rittenhouse shot three men in self-defense. The third man shot was Gaige Grosskreutz, a career criminal. He survived the shooting but district attorney Mike Graveley (D) ordered that he not be charged with any crimes. He brought a handgun to the Kenosha riots and pulled a gun on Kyle seemingly with the intention to kill the 17-year-old. Today was the third day of his trial for multiple counts of murder. One of the witnesses, Kenosha police detective Martin Howard, told the jury some disturbing information. He said that the Kenosha Police Department had obtained a signed warrant from a judge to seize and analyze Grosskreutz’s cell phone that he had and used the night of the shootings. After all, Gaige came to a riot from out of town armed with a pistol.

Prosecutor T. Clair Binger (D)

Wisconsin search warrants usually include the following language at the beginning: “any peace officer in the state of Wisconsin is hereby commanded to….” Even with a signed warrant from the Kenosha judge, prosecutor T. Clair Binger ordered detectives to defy the court order and not execute this warrant after consultation with Gaige’s attorney, believed to be far-left activist Kimberly Motley. We asked her what Gaige wanted to hide from police and did not hear back. Defense attorney Mark Richards was very critical of this alarming news. The detective told Rittenhouse’s attorney on the witness stand that Binger would not allow it, citing Marsy’s law.

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Marsy’s law was a constitutional amendment passed by voters in 2020 that claimed it was protecting victims’ rights in Wisconsin. There was a upheld legal challenge to the wording on the ballot that the judge deemed to be misleading.

Many of the prominent civil rights/rights of the accused organizations opposed Marsy’s law.

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The Wisconsin Justice Initiative said “In reality the proposal, called “Marsy’s Law,” pushes the criminal justice system and the legal process so far to the prosecution’s side that violates the U.S. Constitution, interferes with law enforcement’s ability to provide information that members of the public need to better protect their safety, and be costly to local taxpayers to implement. Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm called Marsy’s Law an “unfunded mandate.”

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It is believed that Rittenhouse prosecutor T. Clair Binger did not want Gaiges activities from that night available to the defense. He is grossly and intentionally mis-applying Marsy’s law. Grosskreutz is a career Criminal and it’s a possiblity he came to Kenosha that night looking for trouble. He found it.


  • Kevin Mathewson

    Kevin Mathewson is a disciple of Christ, husband and a father to two wonderful children. Mathewson was born and raised in Lake County, IL and worked as a police & fire dispatcher from 2005 to 2010 in Round Lake Beach, IL. Mathewson moved to Kenosha County in 2006, later being elected to the position of Alderman of the 8th District in 2012 and 2016. Mathewson is a private investigator, security contractor, journalist, and photographer. He enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies, camping and boating. His favorite amendment is the second, followed closely by the first. He loves his country and community.


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5 Responses

  1. Judging by T. Claire Binger’s obvious contempt of the law as a prosecutor, I think it most appropriate to add Binger’s name to the List of Career Criminals as well. Has anyone counseled Binger that his job is in the role of a Civil Servant not a Civil Master?

  2. In my opinion, Despite a court order to retrieve evidence, ADA Thomas T. Claire Binger engaged in the criminal act of obstruction of justice when he ordered the detectives not to glean evidence from Grosskreutzcrite’s phone.
    To conspire to hide evidence to a crime is a crime in itself.

    Binger is not fit to hold public office or have a Wisconsin law license.

  3. Boy oh boy do you guys have a heck of a ‘progressive’ mess over there! Anyone looked into Binger? Sounds like yet another Soros minion! This is an absolute farce.

  4. Minneapolis here, and this is becoming a severe public safety issue when we have rogue prosecutors disrupting the legal system.

    Also Kyle Rittenhouse is a national treasure.

  5. Calling Grosskreutz a career criminal is an insult to all the nonviolent, respectful, and considerably more well-groomed con artists, fences and thieves who don’t feel the need to play hero on national TV.

    He’s made little to no money on his life of crime, and after his 5 minutes of fame will end up as unknown and irrelevant as any of his pathetic ilk.

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