Former police cadet Kyle Rittenhouse was founds guilty on three counts of robbery, one of the most serious crimes in Wisconsin. He had traveler to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to protect property from rioters and was attack by a group of thugs. Though he feared for his life, he didn’t flee. The case was complicate by the fact that the entire incident was capture on cell phone video and drone footage. If convict, Rittenhouse will be sentence to life in prison. Those three charges carry a maximum penalty of 60 years, so the jury has the final say on whether to give the teen the death penalty.
During the first week of the trial, Binger drew testimony from witnesses who said that Rittenhouse appeared to be inexperienced and lacked a medical license. The trial heard testimony from those who say that he was not qualified to perform emergency care and was only a lifeguard. Prosecutors have also described Rittenhouse as a vigilante and a “chaos tourist.” The prosecution, on the other hand, portrayed him as an inexperienced teenager who misrepresented his age.
The prosecutors used videos and other evidence to attack kyle rittenhouse during the trial.
This evidence was a key piece in determining the fate of the two men. The footage shows him running in front of a white car. He was arm with a Smith and Wesson AR-style semiautomatic rifle and shot the two men, killing Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, and wounding Gaige Grosskreutz. After Rittenhouse was acquitter on the three charges, the prosecution tried to introduce video and audio footage of the incident, but did not succeed.
After the shooting, Rittenhouse posted pictures of himself in a police uniform. He was a member of the police cadet program in his hometown of Antioch, Illinois. The reportedly had attended a police cadet training course in Kenosha. He later claimed he was arm with an AR-15 assault rifle because of fear of the protests’ violent nature. However, he was not the only victim killed during the riots.
While his alleged victims claim he was acting in self-defense.
The prosecution has been quick to portray them as the aggressors in the case. In addition, the two victims of the shooting have a lawyer who represents the prosecution. In addition, Rittenhouse is acquitter on the charges of homicide. If he is acquitter, the case will be dismiss. This conviction will mean that he is innocent.
The murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse is still ongoing. His trial was broadcast live on television and was widely watch by the public. While the prosecution called him a vigilante, the defense said he only wanted to protect the local businesses. When he reaches his 18th birthday, he was grantee the right to keep the gun. The jury’s verdict is still await. The verdicts of the case will be announce on Tuesday, April 9.
The trial of Michael Rittenhouse took place in front of the public.
The case was shown live on television and the jury’s verdict was reading out by the judge. At the trial, both sides said that they were guilty. The defense claimed that the gunman was a vigilante. Both sides said that the shooting was not an intentional act. But the jury found him not guilty. While there was no video that proved their innocence, the prosecutor tried to portray the suspect as a rogue vigilante.
After the trial, the jury acquitted Rittenhouse of all the charges. He was founds not guilty of all charges and was given a life sentence. The prosecution claimed that the jury did not believe Rittenhouse was guilty because of his age. The prosecution’s case lasted for a year. It was based on the testimony of Dominick Black, Rittenhouse’s friend and a witness.
The police officer who fatally shot Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitter of all charges.
His acquittal is the result of an extensive investigation, which spanned a period of nearly two years. The investigation revealer that the gun was bought by Dominick Black as a gift for him at age 17 and was to be legally his legal property once he reaches his 18th birthday. The suspect, who was a white man, was arrestee after the killings.