The Truth About Kyle Rittenhouse in 11 Minutes and New Drone Footage

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Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of killing two people and injuring a third during a Black Lives Matter protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the August 23, 2020 police shooting of Jacob Blake. The 17-year-old from Antioch, Illinois, faces multiple charges, including first-degree intentional homicide. Attorney Mark Richards is defending Kyle Rittenhouse. The trial begin in November 2021.

In the video above Jack Posobiec shares on his podcast, Human Events Daily, the latest developments in the Kyle Rittenhouse case, along with never-before-seen drone footage of the shooting that took place in Kenosha, Wisconsin during the violent protests. The drone footage is believed to be held by the FBI and was kept from the public. Drone footage shows that Kyle Rittenhouse was not the aggressor.

The video below shows The Truth About Kyle Rittenhouse in 11 Minutes.

Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Lawyer indicates client will testify at his own trial

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Kyle Rittenhouse, the man accused of fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during a night of destruction and protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, will testify during his trial, his attorney indicated during Tuesday’s opening arguments. 

Opening statements began Tuesday morning at the Kenosha County Courthouse in the case involving Rittenhouse, who faces up to life in prison if convicted. The 18-year-old was charged with two counts of homicide, one count of attempted homicide, reckless endangering and illegal possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18. 

Rittenhouse was 17 in August 2020 when he traveled from his home state of Illinois during protests in the city over the police-involved shooting of Jacob Blake. On Aug. 25, 2020, the night of the shooting, he told reporters before the events unfolded there that he was in Kenosha to guard a business and to help if people got hurt.

Rittenhouse’s lawyers have argued repeatedly that he was acting in self-defense. 

During his Tuesday morning arguments, defense attorney Mark Richards was preparing to speak about someone would be testifying during the trial when Richards told the jury they would hear testimony, “not just from Kyle Rittenhouse,” but from this other individual. 

Richards did not elaborate further on his potential plans for Rittenhouse to testify.

By Stephanie Pagones

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