(Worthy News) – About 500 Wisconsin National Guard troops are on standby outside Kenosha in the event of trouble following a verdict in the high-profile Kyle Rittenhouse homicide trial.
Gov. Tony Evers authorized the deployment to support local police and hundreds of officers from other agencies who volunteered to help keep the peace in Kenosha. Closing arguments in the case began Monday. Mr. Rittenhouse, 18, is accused of fatally shooting two men and wounding a third last year over an officer-involved shooting that sparked racial rioting in Kenosha.
Mr. Evers said state officials are in close contact with local officials to ensure they have access to any resources they require when the jury announces its verdict in the case. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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