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'Rittenhouse -- NOT GUILTY!': Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas leaders react to jury's verdict
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Several Texas leaders are turning to Twitter to share their reaction to the news of Kyle Rittenhouse being found not guilty on all charges against him on Friday, November 19. Rittenhouse, 18, was acquitted of five charges, including the most serious of the five, intentional homicide. 

Rittenhouse, who was 17 at the time, fatally shot Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounded Gaige Grosskreutz with an AR-style semi-automatic rifle during a tumultuous night of protests in the summer of 2020. In his closely watched trial, Rittenhouse pleaded self-defense in the deadly shootings. 

The former police cadet could have gotten life in prison if found guilty on the most serious charge, first-degree intentional homicide, or what some other states call first-degree murder.


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