Critics of Kyle Rittenhouse acquittal say Friday is a ‘tragic day’ for the nation | WUWM 89.7 FM

Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all fees on Friday.

Rittenhouse is the 18-year-old from Illinois who shot and killed two males and injured a 3rd throughout an evening of unrest in Kenosha in August 2020. That unrest stemmed from the police capturing of a Black man, Jacob Blake, Jr.

Rittenhouse was dealing with 5 felony counts, together with first diploma intentional murder.

After greater than 20 hours of deliberation, the jurors unanimously discovered Rittenhouse not responsible.

Justin Blake, Jacob Blake, Jr.’s uncle, shared his response to the not responsible verdict. Justin Blake and others had demonstrated exterior of the courthouse in the course of the trial, supporting the households of Rittenhouse’s victims, Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, who had been killed, and Gaige Grosskreutz, who was injured.

“Our coronary heart is damaged for his or her household. We have given our whole effort from LOC – Leaders of Kenosha, Rainbow Push, from the Blake household to do every part that we might to prop them up, so all they needed to do is fear about their households on this case. This can be a tragic ass day within the historical past of this nation,” mentioned Blake.

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Rittenhouse supporters stand exterior the Kenosha County Courthouse on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021.

A Rittenhouse supporter mentioned the trial course of labored because it ought to have.

“It is so nice that this ended with an acquittal as an alternative of a mistrial or hung jury as a result of there’s such a finality for Kyle and there is such a finality for everyone to say actually, we’re packing it up and we’re leaving.”

The Rittenhouse supporter mentioned now that there is a verdict, there’s no extra asking if Kyle Rittenhouse is responsible or not responsible.

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