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Kyle Rittenhouse says his case had ‘nothing to do with race’ in first interview after acquittal

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Kyle Rittenhouse says his case had ?nothing to do with race? in first interview after acquittal

Kyle Rittenhouse, who was discovered not responsible on all 5 prices final week to conclude a high-profile homicide trial, sat down with Tucker Carlson for his unique first interview following his acquittal. 

 

Rittenhouse instructed the “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that the case had “nothing to do with race” throughout a preview of the interview that airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET. 

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Kyle Rittenhouse says his case had ?nothing to do with race? in first interview after acquittal

“This case has nothing to do with race. It by no means had something to do with race. It needed to do with the suitable to self-defense,” Rittenhouse instructed Carlson in a clip from the interview that was launched over the weekend.

 

“I’m not a racist particular person. I assist the BLM motion. I assist peacefully demonstrating. I imagine there must be change,” Rittenhouse continued. “I imagine there’s a whole lot of prosecutorial misconduct, not simply in my case however in different instances. It’s simply wonderful to see how a lot a prosecutor can benefit from somebody.”

 

Rittenhouse, an Illinois resident, was accused of murdering two folks and wounding one other amid riots that happened in Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the police-involved capturing of Jacob Blake. 

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The protection within the trial efficiently argued that Rittenhouse was performing in self-defense. 

 

Throughout the interview, Rittenhouse additionally defined to Carlson what he felt after he was attacked at gunpoint.

 

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“I inform everyone there what occurred. I stated I needed to do it. I used to be simply attacked. I used to be dizzy, I used to be vomiting, I couldn’t breathe,” Rittenhouse stated. 

 

Rittenhouse may also be showing in a “Tucker Carlson Originals” documentary on Fox Nation set to premiere in December. The documentary will embrace extra parts of the interview in addition to unique behind-the-scenes entry to Rittenhouse and his protection staff

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