Key prosecution witness testifies Monday throughout Rittenhouse trial | WUWM 89.7 FM

Monday morning, Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial in Kenosha strikes into its second week. Rittenhouse faces prices of murder and different felonies after fatally taking pictures two males and wounding a 3rd man final yr, throughout unrest in Kenosha after police shot and severely injured a Black man, Jacob Blake, Jr.

On Monday morning, key prosecution witness, Gaige Grosskreutz took the stand. Grosskreutz, from West Allis, was wounded by Rittenhouse shortly after the defendant killed Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber on Aug. 25, 2020.

College of Wisconsin Legislation Professor Ion Meyn mentioned Grosskreutz’s testimony could possibly be about his perceptions after Rosenbaum was shot.

“You’ve a really shortly escalating set of occasions, the place it is fairly doable that it is cheap from Mr. Grosskreutz’s view to be feeling threatened as a result of there may be somebody operating towards him with an AR-15, as folks simply saying, ‘He simply shot somebody!’” Meyn mentioned.

Protection legal professionals, as a part of Rittenhouse’s declare of self-defense for taking pictures the three males, have already highlighted that Grosskreutz had a handgun with him.

By midweek, the prosecution might relaxation, and the protection staff might begin to current extra of its case. Wisconsin legal protection lawyer Jessa Nicholson Goetz mentioned to search for an effort to place jurors mentally into the scene. For instance, of when the attorneys say others have been attacking Rittenhouse.

“I feel the protection goes to do quite a lot of work to try to put me as a viewer, and these folks as jurors, into that concern and that second as to what he [Rittenhouse] was experiencing. I definitely assume my thoughts could possibly be modified with compelling proof,” Goetz mentioned.

It is unclear if the Rittenhouse’s murder trial will wrap up this week.

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