Kyle Rittenhouse speaks out after his not guilty verdict in the Kenosha shooting, claiming that “self defense is not illegal.”

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Kyle Rittenhouse speaks out after a not guilty verdict in the Kenosha shooting, claiming that “self-defense is not illegal.”

KYLE Rittenhouse spoke out for the first time after being found not guilty on all counts in the fatal shooting of two people in Kenosha, saying, “Self-defense is not illegal.”

Rittenson, 18, was found not guilty on all charges after shooting two men and injuring another during protests in Wisconsin this summer.

“I’m glad they came to the right conclusion,” the teen told Fox News.

“It’s been a difficult journey, but we made it.”

“We got through the most difficult part.”

On Monday, Rittenhouse will have his first interview with Fox’s Tucker Carlson.

The rest of the interview will be available on Tucker Carlson Originals, with a portion of it airing on Monday.

Rittenhouse said he has dreams every night about the night of the fatal shooting, thinking about how he could have died himself, in a sneak peek at the interview.

After pleading self-defense in the deadly Kenosha shootings, Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges on Friday.

After hearing the verdict, the teen began to cry, fell to the floor, and hugged one of his lawyers.

Rittenhouse was quickly escorted out of the courthouse and into a black Chevrolet Equinox.

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As he sat in the back seat of the vehicle, the Sun snapped Rittenhouse’s face beaming as he left court a free man.

During a tumultuous night of protests over police violence against black people in the summer of 2020, he was charged with homicide, attempted homicide, and reckless endangering after killing two men and wounding a third with an AR-style semi-automatic rifle.

The former police youth cadet, like the people he shot, is white.

The jury deliberated for nearly three and a half days, with the majority of the members appearing to be white.

If found guilty of the most serious charge, first-degree intentional homicide, Rittenhouse could have faced life in prison.

As the deadline for the decision approached, Gov.

Tony Evers appealed for calm and stated that 500 National Guard members would be ready to deploy in Kenosha if necessary.

When Rittenhouse was 17, he moved from Antioch, Illinois, to Kenosha, Wisconsin, after businesses in the city were ransacked and burned in the aftermath of a white police officer’s shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake.

He joined other armed citizens in what he claimed was an effort to protect property and provide medical aid while carrying a weapon that authorities said was illegally purchased for the underage Rittenhouse.

The majority of the frenzied chain of events that followed was captured on bystander and drone video: Rittenhouse killed Joseph Rosenbaum, 36,…

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Rittenhouse will do an interview with Tucker CarlsonThe teen was acquitted on all chargesA spokesperson for the family said Rittenhouse will try to live a 'normal' life

Rittenhouse will do an interview with Tucker CarlsonThe teen was acquitted on all chargesA spokesperson for the family said Rittenhouse will try to live a 'normal' life

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