Statement on the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict
Common Council President Cavalier Johnson November 19, 2021
Today’s verdict in Kenosha shows that the arc toward justice is still bending.
Is this the Wisconsin we’ve built?
I suggest that as a state, we should reimagine who we are and think about how our justice system works for everyone.
Kenosha’s heart has ached for too long. I’m praying for healing and peace there, across Wisconsin, and across our great country.
- Rittenhouse No Longer Enrolled at College - Henry Redman - Dec 1st, 2021
- Data Wonk: Rittenhouse Feared His Rifle Endangered Him - Bruce Thompson - Nov 24th, 2021
- Rittenhouse Says ‘Self-Defense Was On Trial’ - Shawn Johnson - Nov 23rd, 2021
- Murphy’s Law: After Rittenhouse, Expect More Vigilantes - Bruce Murphy - Nov 22nd, 2021
- Rep. Robyn Vining: Statement on Rittenhouse Verdict - State Rep. Robyn Vining - Nov 19th, 2021
- Attorney General Kaul Statement on the Verdict in Wisconsin v. Rittenhouse - Wisconsin Department of Justice - Nov 19th, 2021
- Supervisor Taylor Statement on the Rittenhouse Verdict - Sup. Sequanna Taylor - Nov 19th, 2021
- Rittenhouse Found Not Guilty on All Counts - WPR Staff - Nov 19th, 2021
- ‘We Have Two Different Justice Systems’ - County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson - Nov 19th, 2021
- U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Statement on the Verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial - U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin - Nov 19th, 2021
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