PROOF: MSNBC Producer Deletes Tweets and Twitter Account After Reportedly Instructing Journalist James Morrison to Follow Rittenhouse Jury Bus


On Thursday morning the Kenosha Judge overseeing the Kyle Rittenhouse trial banned MSNBC From the trial AND the courthouse…


full clip with info and msnbc banned

— oak_tree_upheaval (@oaktreeupheaval) November 18, 2021

TRENDING: UPDATE WITH VIDEO: MSNBC BANNED FROM RITTENHOUSE TRIAL AND COURTHOUSE! Reporter Taken Into Custody – Was Following, Stalking Jury Bus and Ran Red Light!!

Judge: “I have instructed that no one from MSNBC will be allowed into this building for the duration of the trial.”

The Kenosha Police Department announced this morning that they took a suspect into custody last night.

The person was working for a national media outlet and was suspected of trying to photograph jurors.

There was no breach of security regarding the jury, nor were there any photographs obtained. This investigation remains active and open, no further information.

— Kenosha Police Dept. (@KenoshaPolice) November 18, 2021

The suspect was from MSNBC — what a shock.

The reporter’s name is James Morrison and the MSNBC producer is named Irene Byon.

Irene is deleting her comments — She just deleted her account.

She instructed Morrisson to follow the jury bus! And she was stupid enough to post it on Twitter.

But Twitter user CrabCrawler1 saved screengrabs

The producer alleged to have instructed James Morrison to follow the Jury bus….. is said to be Irene Byon

Although their Twitter account is apparently gone? I archived Google Cache copy that confirms Irene Byon has been w/ NBC in some capacity.

— crabcrawler (@crabcrawler1) November 18, 2021

Someone tweeted Irene’s linkedin at me so there’s that

According to that they got their NBC News New York job in August of this year

— crabcrawler (@crabcrawler1) November 18, 2021

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