7 December 2021
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MCMEO responding to a double homicide in the 8400 blk of N Servite. @MilwaukeePolice investigating. Autopsy on Monday
Peaceful Saturday morning in Kenosha. Most of the media has cleared out from the park outside the courthouse, with the Rittenhouse trial now over Kenosha
Police are investigating a double shooting that happened near 90th and Silver Spring around 2:30 a.m. Saturday
Late on Friday night, two young armed men from Illinois were walking the streets. They said they had been happy to see Mr. Rittenhouse acquitted and that the verdict affirmed their Second Amendment right to carry firearms
Protestor says they should go "f...k Antioch up" because Kyle Rittenhouse lives there Kenosha
Shortly before midnight in Kenosha, and most are dispersing from around the courthouse after today's demonstrations Kenosha
"F*** Kyle" chants from protesters outside the courthouse this Friday night RittenhouseTrial Kenosha
Discussions between demonstrators outside of the courthouse RittenhouseVerdict Kenosha
She has now been released, and says she has received a $767.50 ticket for 'damage to property' for the chalk writing
The night of the verdict Kenosha
Youths outside the Kenosha courthouse discussing differences in opinion
About 25 people are outside of the Kenosha courthouse at about 10pm, roughly 10 hours after jurors acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse of all charges. Most people here are upset about the verdict, though there are also a couple of Rittenhouse supporters
This is the chalk writing that led to the arrest, reading "Judge Schroeder must go" outside the front entrance to the Kenosha County Courthouse
Kenosha Police return to their squad cars, turning on their lights and sirens as they move through the crowd outside the courthouse after making an arrest
Police take the woman into custody after making an arrest for writing in chalk on the courthouse steps. A crowd gathered around the Kenosha Police car on 56th Street
Police have just arrested one of the protesters for writing in chalk on the county courthouse steps Kenosha
Police arrest a woman for writing in courthouse & courthouse steps
Current scene around the courthouse, some pro- and anti-Kyle Rittenhouse demonstrators out. A quiet evening thus far in Kenosha
"F*** this court, f*** the proceedings" Reactions to the not guilty verdict outside the courthouse this afternoon
These are the charges KyleRittenhouse faced. After nearly 27 hours behind closed doors over the last four days, the 12 person jury found him NOT GUILTY on all charges. When trial started, he also faced curfew violation and gun possession by a minor. Both dismissed in trial
Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty of all five felony charges in the shooting deaths of two people and the wounding of another during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The jury delivered the not guilty verdict after four days of deliberations
"The 2nd Amendment is alive," shouts a man outside the Kenosha County Courthouse following Rittenhouse verdict
Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges in the Kenosha shootings
Small group of demonstrators gathered outside the Kenosha County Courthouse. Day4 of verdict watch continues
Friday morning at the Kenosha County Courthouse, where the fourth day of deliberations in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial are getting underway RittenhouseTrial Kenosha2 week ago
Friday morning at the Kenosha County Courthouse, where the fourth day of deliberations in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial are getting underway RittenhouseTrial Kenosha
Judge Schroeder pulling up to the courthouse this morning. He stopped to ask the media outside watching for Kyle Rittenhouse's arrival who they were waiting for, before continuing down Sheridan Road RittenhouseTrial Kenosha
Milwaukee police are investigating two separate shooting incidents
Five Kenosha, WI schools went virtual due to protests ahead of Kyle Rittenhouse trial verdicts as the jury viewed a shooting video from drone footage
Milwaukee police are investigating three separate shootings
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