Roommate, after a few days of deliberation and a highly controversial trial, Kyle Rittenhouse has just been officially found not guilty of all counts for the shooting of two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Kyle Rittenhouse was on trial for killing two people protesting the beatings of Jacob Blake by local police officers in August 2020.
Although 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was charged with two first degree first degree homicides along with four other charges, he was officially declared not guilty on all counts for the shooting of two people in Kenosha, Wisconsin. When the verdict was read out in the courtroom by the foreman of the 12-person jury, Rittenhouse became overly emotional and began to cry – he further expressed his emotions by collapsing in a chair before hugging his attorney Corey Chirafisi.
In addition, shortly before the verdict was pronounced, Bruce Schroeder, a judge in Kenosha County County Court, said, “There can be no reaction at all, no matter how strong you feel, and it goes without saying that many people have strong feelings, but We can do not allow any reaction to the judgment. “
Following the verdict, various legal experts stated that Kyle Rittenhouse, having been acquitted of all charges, cannot be tried again in this case, as the prosecutor must now accept that the verdict is due to double risk.
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