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Kyle Rittenhouse, Accused of Killing 2 in Kenosha, Freed on $2 Million Bail

NYTimes.com Friday, 20 November 2020 ()
The 17-year-old was captured on video shooting three people during protests in Kenosha, Wis., over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
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News video: Man Charged With Buying Rifle Used By Kyle Rittenhouse In Kenosha Protests To Stand Trial

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The man charged with buying the rifle used by Kyle Rittenhouse during deadly protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, will stand trial.

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