After a trial that lasted three weeks, the Jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse case has come to a unanimous decision. Kyle Rittenhouse is innocent on all counts in the Kenosha Shootings.
• As the Jury finished announcing their decision for all the counts, you can see an emotional Kyle trying to stay up, eventually sitting down to hug his lawyers.
• Kyle Rittenhouse was charged with homicide, attempted homicide, and reckless endangerment after killing two and wounding a third.
• The Jury deliberated for over three days until today, 11/19/20 when they unanimously voted to acquit Kyle
• If he had been found guilty, Kyle would have gotten life in Prison for First Degree Murder.
• Rittenhouse had also been charged with possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18, a misdemeanor that had appeared likely to lead to a conviction. But Judge Bruce Schroeder threw out that charge before jury deliberations after the defense argued that the Wisconsin law did not apply to the long-barreled rifle used by Rittenhouse.
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