Black Lives Matter
Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two Black Lives Matter protesters, told Tucker Carlson he supports the Black Lives Matter movement.
“If you needed yet another example of the two justice systems at work in America, look no further.”
Ahmaud Arbery “didn’t threaten you in any way?” the state prosecutor asked. “No,” his killer answered.
Some GOP candidates aren't just defending Rittenhouse as a victim—they're celebrating him as a hero.
“We may reach out to him and see if he'd be interested in helping the country in additional ways,” Gaetz said on Wednesday.
“Move your Black ass back,” one white Rittenhouse supporter yelled at a racial justice activist during a heated confrontation.
Travis McMichael’s first shot at Ahmaud Arbery severed a vital artery in his wrist and a left a gaping hole in his chest, the medical examiner said.
Travis and Gregory McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan are facing nine charges each, including murder, in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
“I was never trying to kill the defendant. In that moment, I was trying to preserve my own life.”
Witness Richie McGinnis testified he saw Joseph Rosenbaum reaching for Rittenhouse's rifle just moments before he was shot.
The judge asked the juror, a retired white man, to repeat the joke in court, but the man said he didn’t feel comfortable.
Kyle Rittenhouse had to look away when graphic video showing one of the victims dying after being shot was shown in court.