I am so amazed that the Kyle Rittenhouse jury is still out.
So many paths this can take.
A holdout juror that can't be convinced (or won't admit) he's innocent (for political reasons?).
I can't believe the majority of that jury thinks he's guilty.
Is it fear of the mob outside?
We are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty.
- Why then could he be retried if the jury is hung?
- I can see it taking 12 to convict, why 12 to "find innocent"
- when the assumption is that he is?
- Would another prosecutor touch this?
Will the judge finally declare a mistrial?
Will he be found guilty so that he can get a retrial in a different venue?
Would the mob outside alone be grounds for a retrial?
If there is a retrial, the video of the prosecution should clear him as easy as the video of the shootings.