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Rittenhouse Aftermath: Myths, Lies and Lots of Video Tape

It has been firmly established Rittenhouse didn’t cross the state line with the rifle used in that fateful August 2020 incident during which he fatally shot two men and wounded a third.

Lessons Learned From the Rittenhouse Case

Second Amendment supporters have much to learn from what happened in Kenosha.

Rittenhouse Verdict ‘Affirmation of Self-Defense Right’

“Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted by a jury of seven women and five men for defending himself against multiple attackers in the middle of a riot." - Alan Gottlieb, SAF

Rittenhouse Case: Wisconsin Weapons Law and the Kenosha Prosecutor

The dismissal of the weapons charge against Kyle Rittenhouse means the weapons charges against his friend, Dominick Black, will almost certainly be dismissed as well.

Rittenhouse Trial: Jury Instructions on Gun Charge? A Gun Conviction Looks Unlikely

At the Rittenhouse self-defense trial, Judge Schroeder has made a decision on the jury instructions for charge #6, the weapons possession charge. Conviction appears unlikely.

Rittenhouse Trial: Controversy Over Gun Charge & Hunter Safety Certificates? ~ VIDEO

The prosecution in the Rittenhouse trial says the law is written in such a way that he DID commit an offense, he could not legally possess a rifle without a hunter safety certificate.

Natural Right to Self-Defense On Trial In Rittenhouse Case

"The people who should be on trial are the cowardly adults in charge of Kenosha who allowed the town to descend into anarchy..."-Miranda Divine, New York Post

Explosive Admission at Rittenhouse Trial – Video

It wasn't until you pointed your gun at him, advanced on him, with your gun,... pointed at him, that he fired? Grosskreutz: Correct. 

NPR Reporter Presents Her Own Facts in Recent Rittenhouse Trial Article

NPR Reporter Becky Sullivan inserts her interpretation of events into coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Her version is not supported by testimony or evidence in the trial.

Rittenhouse Update: DA Claims “Who was the Aggressor” is Irrelevant

In the Rittenhouse hearing on evidence about the self-defense case in the shootings at the Kenosha Riots on Oct. 25, 2021, Prosecutor Binger claims who was the aggressor is irrelevant to self-defense

Rittenhouse Hearing Update, Expert Witnesses Brought In

In the October 5 hearing for the Kyle Rittenhouse trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin, expert witnesses, and the defense motion to dismiss the weapons charge was heard and discussed.

Judge in Rittenhouse Case Denies Prosecution and Defense Motions

At the pre-trial hearing for the Kyle Rittenhouse trial in Kenosha, in Wisconsin, the Judge denies several motions. The prosecution reveals existence of previously unknown evidence.

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