Prosecution Makes Explosive Admission: A 'Reasonable Jury' Could Acquit Rittenhouse of First-Degree Murder

Prosecution Makes Explosive Admission: A 'Reasonable Jury' Could Acquit Rittenhouse of First-Degree Murder


The floundering prosecutors who are attempting to send 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse to prison for the rest of his life in Kenosha, Wisconsin, have essentially admitted their case is thin and they don’t think they can win it.

The state’s case is so thin that Assistant District Attorney James Kraus admitted that any “reasonable” person might have difficulty convicting Rittenhouse on the most serious of numerous charges he faces following the events of August 2020.

Those are charges that Rittenhouse is guilty of first-degree reckless intentional homicide in the shooting death of Joseph Rosenbaum last year.

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Another charge is that the teen should be convicted of first-degree intentional homicide in the shooting death of Anthony Huber. That charge carries an automatic sentence of life in prison.

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