Chrystul Kizer is headed to trial for allegedly shooting her sex trafficker, Randall Volar III on June 5, 2018. 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 and had mountains of evidence against him.
Kizer wanted to mount an affirmative defense in this case to tell the jurors that she killed Volar because of her being trafficked. The Trial Judge, The Honorable David Wilk denied the use of this defense. Kizer appealed and the court of appeals and was successful. DA Graveley appealed to the Supreme Court and Kizer prevailed again. Kizer can now use the affirmative defense. Today’s court hearing was routine and some deadlines for motions were set and there will be a motion hearing on January 17 of next year. Kizer was greeted by a group of women wearing all red who brought Kizer some well wishes cards. When asked by KCE how she was feeling, Kizer replied with “tired.”