RFK Jr. Secures Permanent Restraining Order Against Intruder


Robert F. Kennedy Jr. can finally breathe a sigh of relief as a judge grants him a permanent restraining order against the man who allegedly tried to break into his home. This new development comes after Kennedy took swift action by filing for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) earlier this month, following the trespassing incident that occurred on his Brentwood property in October.

Key Takeaway

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been granted a permanent restraining order against Jonathan Macht, the alleged home intruder. The order ensures Kennedy’s safety by requiring Macht to maintain a distance of at least 100 yards and refrain from any contact or harassment. Macht is also prohibited from owning firearms during this period.

Protecting Against Intrusion

Jonathan Macht, the alleged home intruder, has agreed to abide by the terms of the stipulation agreed upon by Kennedy’s lawyers and his own legal representation. This agreement entails that Macht must maintain a safe distance from RFK Jr., his family, his residence, workplace, and even his vehicle.

The judge recently signed off on extending the restraining order for the next five years, ensuring that Kennedy and his loved ones can live without the fear of another intrusion. Macht is now required to stay at least 100 yards away from Kennedy and is strictly prohibited from contacting, harassing, intimidating, threatening, or causing any type of disturbance to RFK Jr.

Implications of the Order

In addition to the restraining order, Macht is also prohibited from owning, possessing, or attempting to purchase firearms or ammunition during this period. These measures are put in place to safeguard the well-being and security of Kennedy and his family.

The incident left Kennedy and his wife, Cheryl Hines, understandably rattled. Hines, who spoke out about the incident, expressed the need for Secret Service protection throughout Kennedy’s presidential campaign. However, their request for such security measures had been denied until this point.