Kyle Rittenhouse verdict is victory for vigilante violence

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It is a caricature of opinion.

I’m a little late on this, but here’s two hundred on Kyle Rittenhouse’s verdict: he’s my friend Phillip Otts’ two cents, who has a knack for writing down my thoughts right before I get them – borrowed from her Facebook post:

Two things can be true at the same time:

1. Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges. We must respect the rule of law, even if we are troubled.

2. If Rittenhouse had not crossed state borders and transported an AR-15 through the streets during a demonstration, no confrontation would have taken place and two human beings with their family and friends would still be in. life.

Related: Kyle Rittenhouse verdict: not guilty on all counts, jury decides

Related: After Rittenhouse: Will the deadly clashes increase as the right to self-defense expands?

Related: Kyle Rittenhouse to Fox News host Tucker Carlson: “I support the BLM movement”

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JD Crowe is the cartoonist for Alabama Media Group and AL.com. He won the RFK Human Rights Award for Editorial Cartoons in 2020. In 2018, he received the Rex Babin Memorial Award for Local and National Cartoons by the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists. Follow JD on Facebook, Twitter @Crowejam and Instagram @JDCrowepix.

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