Kyle Rittenhouse trial ends with closing arguments | USA TODAY
The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial will hear competing narratives Monday of how the actions of the then-17-year-old should be viewed when he fatally shot two men an wounded a third during a violent protest last August.
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Before the jury enters deliberations to reach a verdict, lawyers on both sides will give their closing arguments in a case that began Nov. 1 and featured eight days of testimony from about 30 witnesses and more than a dozen videos from the night of Aug. 25, 2020.
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