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Kenosha shooter charged with first-degree murder & attempted homicide, faces life in prison — RT USA News

The Illinois teen accused of shooting two people dead during chaotic unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin this week has been charged on six counts, including first-degree murder and attempted homicide.

Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, was charged on Thursday after being taken into custody the day prior, suspected of killing two protesters in Kenosha and wounding a third on Tuesday night.

In addition to first-degree intentional homicide and attempted murder, he faces two charges for reckless endangerment, reckless homicide and the possession of a dangerous weapon by a minor.

A criminal complaint filed on Thursday in the Kenosha County Circuit Court noted that the intentional homicide charge could result in “imprisonment for life,” while two of the other murder-related counts carry maximum sentences of 60 years

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