In the Kyle Rittenhouse case, legal nuance clashes with ideology. Since its inception, the case has served as a sort of national Rorschach test, with some in their teens seeing a patriot who used his Second Amendment to defend himself, and others saw him as a gun-wielding white boy who thought he could deal with impunity.
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