Kyle Rittenhouse Not Guilty
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CNN - Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who killed two people and shot another during the unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was acquitted today of first-degree intentional homicide and four other felony charges. The jury panel of five men and seven women deliberated more than 25 hours over the past four days in a closely watched case that polarized an already divided nation. The verdict cannot be appealed. "He has a huge sense of relief," Rittenhouse attorney Mark Richards told reporters. "He wishes none of this would have ever happened. But, as he said when he testified, he did not start this and we're thankful in more ways than one that the jury finally got to hear the true story."
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Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Closing Arguments Begin Monday
The closely watched homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse is nearing its end, with attorneys making their closing arguments Monday before the case is turned over to the jury. NBC national correspondent Gabe Gutierrez spoke with Rittenhouse’s mother.