Kyle Rittenhouse, Whiteness and a Divinely Ordained License to Kill

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A jury weighed the evidence

You can list ad nauseum the things you dislike about Kyle Rittenhouse, but most of what you find disagreeable isn't relevant to the trial. You discredit yourself and your organization by conflating personality flaws with legal questions. Furthermore you make a specious and arbitrary argument that as Christians we should despise this jury's decision. But of course you are not alone as many American Christians lose their way debating issues of this world rather than deriving guidance from above.

David Kingsworthy 3 days ago

All of the evidence?

Can't help but wonder if information contained in the article was overlooked; I.e. 'video established Rittenhouse’s general state of mind just ahead of the killings and demonstrated that “the defendant fervently sought to insert himself as an armed vigilante into situations that had nothing to do with him.” Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled this evidence irrelevant and inadmissible.' Why was this irrelevant as it could establish predilection to choose to 'insert himself as an armed vigilante into situations that had nothing to do with him? Despite the celebrations, by some, he is not a hero!

w.f. meiklejohn 3 days ago