BREAKING: Kyle Rittenhouse Weapons Charge Dismissed – Huge Win for Rittenhouse Team — LIVE STREAM VIDEO


Breaking – Closing arguments are taking place this morning in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 18-year-old Rittenhouse is charged with double murder in the shooting deaths of two Antifa-BLM protesters last year during leftist riots that destroyed the Kenosha business district.

The court just dismissed the gun charge against Kyle Rittenhouse.

The judge has dismissed the weapons charge against Kyle Rittenhouse.

This is a huge victory for Rittenhouse and his defense team.

— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) November 15, 2021

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(AP) – Judge at Kyle Rittenhouse trial dismisses charge of possession of dangerous weapon.

— Sarah Barnacle (@BarnacleWBZ) November 15, 2021

The state law allowed Rittenhouse to carry a dangerous weapon in Wisconsin.

BREAKING NEWS: JUDGE DIMISSES CHARGE AGAINST #Rittenhouse on illegal possession of weapon. Judge rules laws allowed Kyle Rittenhouse to carry weapon in Wisconsin.

— BIDEN Disaster Coverage. Foreign Policy Disaster. (@RaptorsUniverse) November 15, 2021

Here is the live-stream of the trial.

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