Kyle Rittenhouse and the Ahmaud Arbery cases saw similar claims of self-defense but far different outcomes.
Prosecutors in Georgia and in Wisconsin both used show-and-tell techniques, displaying the guns that were fired with deadly results.
Both prosecutors made nearly identical arguments against self-defense.
But in the Georgia case against three men, the verdicts were nearly all guilty and in Kyle Rittenhouse’s Wisconsin case, the verdict was not guilty.
What is happening with the Justice?
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