November 20, 2021 Chicago, Illinois – The Reverend Jesse Jackson led a march of about 1000 people in Chicago today, in protest of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial verdict.
Rittenhouse was cleared of all seven charges in Kenosha County Court yesterday. This is a list of the charges Kyle faced if convicted.
COUNT 1: FIRST-DEGREE RECKLESS HOMICIDE, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON
COUNT 2: FIRST-DEGREE RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING SAFETY, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON
COUNT 3: FIRST-DEGREE RECKLESSLY ENDANGERING SAFETY, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON
COUNT 4: FIRST-DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON
COUNT 5: ATTEMPTED FIRST-DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON
COUNT 6: POSSESSION OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON BY A PERSON UNDER 18
COUNT 7: FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH AN EMERGENCY ORDER FROM STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Before the march started, Rev. Jackson spoke to crowd gathered.
“Mr. Biden said “Law is the law.” I don’t believe that. We must change the law to make it just law. Law is law is not enough for me, we must change the law.”, said Jackson.
Rev. Jesse Jackson went on to chant “Stop the Violence. Save the Children. No More Vigilante Justice.”
Protesters could be heard chanting “No Justice. No Peace. No Racist Police.”, as they marched through the streets of Chicago.
At one point during the march, an altercation occurred when protesters bike blocking verbally clashed with police as officers attempted to clear the road to allow vehicle traffic to resume.
The group marching would eventually disperse.
Video by Oliya Scootercaster (FNTV Freedomnews.tv)
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