State Sen. Tim Carpenter faked a collapse in front of WKOW-TV
at the Capitol, and then began his media campaign demonizing Black
Lives Matter. This fake collapse was preceded by Carpenter's hollered
conversation as the Democrat spoke with several protest medics and
peacekeepers in an eight-minute conversation captured on audio,
Pittman/WORT News. Audio shows Carpenter declining medical
attention before his fake collapse.
Madison, Wisconsin — Wisconsin State Sen Tim Carpenter's (D-Milwaukee) crusade against Black Lives Matter suffered a big set-back today, Tuesday. Oct 19.
Not guilty on all counts, a Dane County jury said to a Black Lives Matter protester on trial against a racist state senator who calls himself "rash and reactionary" for his conduct against another Black Lives Matter supporter.
"I did not make physical contact with him," Kerida O'Reilly testified, a statement even Carpenter was forced to acknowledge in the face of aggressive questioning by defense attorney, Jessa Nicholson Goetz.
Ms. O'Reilly faced two felony charges and a misdemeanor for an unspecified act that noone says she committed at a June 23-24, 2020 Black Lives Matter protest. It bears repeating: The State was charging the woman for no acts they can identify her as committing.
The racist Tim Carpenter is running for reelection in 2022. Progressive and pro-Black Lives Matter candidates want a candidate to run in the Democratic Primary.
reactionary Carpenter is renown in some circles for single-handedly
blocking doctor-prescribed marijuana in 2009, the better the State has a
weapon to imprison black and brown people in the drug war. Under heavy
criticism, eight years later, Carpenter reversed his public stance, but
the damage was done.
Though Carpenter admits to being rash and reactionary, progressives view the white Democrat as petulant, conniving, narcissistic and wedded to an outdated anti-drug era.
O'Reilly testified to Carpenter as an angry, aggressive presence at the Black Lives Matter rally, Galli/WKOW.
The Democrat-led Dane County District Attorney's office changed its charging standard for this one case to accmdate Carpenter and the paucity of evidence against the defendatns.
In the instances of Kerida O’Reilly and Samantha Hamer, the District Attorney had dropped its charging standard in these cases from can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, (See, for example, WISC-TV 2018; Madison . com), to the much lower standard, (and newly employed as a charging standard): Claimed reasonable inference.
At a probable cause hearing in August 2020, Asst DA William Brown, known for over-the-top prosecutions and Manichean court posturing, admitted, "We don’t know exactly what happens ... other than we have a witness that says various people began kicking and punching. There is a reasonable inference that those two people who are aggressively running at him are the ones involved in the exact same incident," (Rickert, Wisconsin State Journal).
No deal, said the jury, which took just three hours to deliver its not guilty verdict.