Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal divides the United States

Protesters revolt after the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse, outside the courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on November 19, 2021. PAUL SANCYA / AP Not Guilty: The twelve jurors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Friday, November 19, acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse, 18, a year after he killed two protesters with his AR-15 automatic rifle and injured a third during … Read more

Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of murdering two protesters on the sidelines of anti-racist protests in the United States, has been acquitted

Kyle Rittenhouse, center, with his lawyers, Thursday, Nov. 18, in court in Kenosha, Wisconsin. SEAN KRAJACIC / AP After twenty-six hours of deliberation spread over four days, the jury which had withdrawn Tuesday to debate the fate of Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of the murder of Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, and of having injured a … Read more

Trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, the far-right activist accused of the murder of two protesters in the United States begins

Kyle Rittenhouse arrives in the courthouse room on Monday, November 1. Prosecutors should portray him as a right-wing extremist who came to Kenosha to do battle with anti-racist protesters. His lawyers will plead the right to self-defense, ensuring that he fired to protect himself from the rioters who were pursuing him. MARK HERTZBERG/POOL / VIA … Read more