Thomas Binger — the lead prosecutor in the murder case against Kyle Rittenhouse — used the 18-year-old’s raw emotions on the witness stand last week as a knock against his character during closing arguments Monday.
“He showed no remorse for the victims, he never tried to help anyone that he hurt,” Binger, who serves as assistant district attorney in the Kenosha County District Attorney’s Office, said during closing arguments Monday. “Even on the witness stand — when he testified on Wednesday — he broke down crying about himself, not about anybody that he hurt that night.”
Binger Attacking Kyle Rittenhouse’s Breakdown On The Stand pic.twitter.com/l8XUv5mtGJ
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“No remorse, no concern for anyone else,” Binger continued. “For him