Kyle Rittenhouse After Being Cleared of Charges: 'Self-Defense Is Not Illegal'

Kyle Rittenhouse After Being Cleared of Charges: 'Self-Defense Is Not Illegal'


Eighteen-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse declared following acquittal in his homicide trial that “self-defense is not illegal.”

In an interview with Fox News’s Tucker Carlson’s film crew after the Wisconsin jury’s verdict on Friday, the young man was asked how it felt to be cleared of the charges against him, the Hill reported.

“The jury reached the correct verdict,” Rittenhouse commented, adding, “Self-defense is not illegal.”

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In addition, the young man said he had dreams about what happened to him “every single night.”

“It’s quite scary, actually, because the dreams feel so real and they’re not the same at all. They’re all different,” he continued:

They’re the different scenarios

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