Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand in his murder trial and broke into tears as he testified. Nancy Chen, who has been following the trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has the latest.

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3 thoughts on “Kyle Rittenhouse broke into tears as he testified in his murder trial in Wisconsin”
  1. Kid is no hero in my book. He is just as guilty as all those looters out there except he intentionally killed 2 people

  2. If he goes free he has this scarlet letter for life. I wouldn’t want to live in the same neighborhood as him.

  3. I’m sure his lawyer and his mom said put him on the stand let him cry let people hear his young voice those are the tears of an actor why did you have such a huge gun with you in the first place

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