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Kyle Rittenhouse – Breaking News

Posted on Friday, November 19, 2021
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“On Friday November 19th, 2021, jurors in Kenosha, Wisconsin found defendant Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all counts, after the teen was charged with first degree homicide in an act of self-defense during Kenosha’s 2020 summer riots. After four days of deliberation and fifteen days of trial, Rittenhouse (18) will return to society as a free and innocent man. Not only is this a big day for Kyle Rittenhouse, but as a Nation we preserve the constitutional right to bear arms and act in just self-defense.

Rebecca Weber, President and CEO of AMAC, America’s fastest growing conservative group, commented:  “The judge in this case noted the process ‘justifies confidence that the founders of the country placed’ in juries and our judiciary. I could not have said it better.  This process and verdict demonstrate the enduring strength of America, the wisdom of our Founders and courage of thoughtful citizens, who every day sit on juries.  We are a nation of laws, borders, and rights, not of lawlessness.  We are a nation with a constitution that protects our right to self-defense through the 2nd Amendment, fair trial in the 6th and Separation of Powers, allowing a jury of our citizen peers to confirm the reasonableness of our actions.”  Added Weber, “this is a day of celebration for rule of law, a guarantee in which every Americans should take comfort, we are blessed to live in the greatest nation in the world, where rights mean something, and our citizens know it.”

Robert Charles is a former Assistant Secretary of State under Colin Powell, former Reagan and Bush 41 White House staffer, attorney, and naval intelligence officer (USNR). He wrote “Narcotics and Terrorism” (2003), “Eagles and Evergreens” (2018), and is National Spokesman for AMAC.

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Elaine Whiteside
Elaine Whiteside
2 years ago

I’m so happy for this kid. Sanity and self defense rights won the day.

Karol Weeks
Karol Weeks
2 years ago

I am so happy for this young man. I think we all felt his pain and agony throughout the trial. I think the whole world breathed a sigh of relief. Not guilty on all counts. PTL. Justice prevailed.

Kevin S.
Kevin S.
2 years ago

YES !!! Vindication on direct charges and dismissal with prejudice on all others. YAY

Randall Mc.
Randall Mc.
2 years ago

Rittenhouse is innocent! I believe that is the right verdict! Now he can spend the next years paying for his defense because some of us know that ‘justice for all’ will bankrupt your a**!

Kelly
Kelly
2 years ago

Hooray!!! Truth and good people have prevailed!

Benny
Benny
2 years ago

AMEN!

PaulE
PaulE
2 years ago

There was never any justification to put this young man on trial to begin with. Based on the available video evidence and sworn statements from the two attackers in this case, which no doubt was previously given to law enforcement personnel during their routine questioning beforehand, Rittenhouse was acting in self defense in the face of imminent threat to his life. That someone has to end up being put on trial in order to placate the mob, stoked on by a fanatical left wing media, just shows how far “rule of law” has declined in this nation.

I’m glad justice prevailed in this case and I just hope the Governor of Wisconsin doesn’t order the National Guard troops to “stand down” in order to let BLM and the rest of the professional agitators brought into the city to exploit this mess burn the city to the ground.

Todd
Todd
2 years ago

I suppose the federal government will try and charge him with something now, they like to do that.

Tony
Tony
2 years ago

Congratulations to Kyle! His family and he suffered unnecessarily by a prosecution that should never have happened! I pray that that boy finds happiness in his life!

Aubrey
Aubrey
2 years ago

SUE JOE DEMENTIA BIDEN FIR DEFAMATION!!!
Should have never even been taken to a trial in the first place.

Martiemae
Martiemae
2 years ago

Finally Justice! Thank you, Jesus.

Deb
Deb
2 years ago

I was astonished on how a teenager could endure such a beating on the streets of Kenosha…I would “Never”…want to move to a place like this place.. My faith in “judges”.. was restored by the judge in this case…. He was fair..to this “kid”.. The defense attorney needs a “Nobel prize”..
President Biden needs to be sued..

Tom Gray
Tom Gray
2 years ago

Thank God the governor is up for election or Kenosha would of burn to the ground today

Fran
Fran
2 years ago

Job well done to the jurors…Niw Kyle and family should SUE THE STUFFINGS out of the SO CALLED MEDIA AND BIDEN. DEFAMATION AND QUILTY BEFORE INNOCENT CHARGES

Tom
Tom
2 years ago

I can hear all the media talking heads deleting all their, “White Supremists” accusations to avoid being sued! Sue all of them!

Bob
Bob
2 years ago

If our country would allow for investigations before demanding someone be charged with a crime this would stop.

Gerald
Gerald
2 years ago

I am happy with the verdict, that the jury was not reacting to the loud disturbance outside the court room but was reviewing the evidence and the LAW affecting the case. While the reason for Kyle being there is still debatable, the matter of self defense was the legal question. Should this be a matter of teaching for gun safety for parents and their children, Yes! Does this mean there should be more strict gun laws, No! Now the big question is, can Kyle live his life without being hounded by the far left extremist? That is questionable at best.

Pat
Pat
2 years ago

Absolutely the right outcome! The process worked as it should have!

Mona
Mona
2 years ago

Justice prevails! ????????⚖️

Drue
Drue
2 years ago

This young man had every right to defend him self in the face of imminent bodily harm. Being chased by crazed adults bent on inflicting possibly fatal blows gave him all the justification he needed to protect himself. End of story.

Therrse James
Therrse James
2 years ago

Yes! We are blessed to count on trial by jury as opposed to persecution by media . Thank
God

Shieldmaiden
Shieldmaiden
2 years ago

Thank God. Be blessed Kyle. You are a survivor. Know that in your heart. God bless you

Dan W.
Dan W.
2 years ago

Right, and if you believe this, I’ll tell you another.

Jack Sandner
Jack Sandner
2 years ago

Rebecca Weber, God bless your courage in taking a stand like this. Not easy to do in today’s environment. Thank you for your clarity and strength!

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