A judge said the people shot by Kyle Rittenhouse can be called "rioters," "looters" and "arsonists" at trial – but not "victims." Heres why.

Rittenhouse claims he acted in self-defense, his lawyers may refer to them as "arsonists," "looters," or "rioters," if in fact, they participated in those activities.

Column: The men Rittenhouse shot can’t be called ‘victims’? OK, judge. Maybe you should just call the defendant ‘widdle baby Kyle.’

Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with shootings that killed two people and wounded another during Kenosha protests last year. The judge in Kyle Rittenhouse’s upcoming murder trial has laid out some early ...

The Men Kyle Rittenhouse Killed Cannot Be Called "Victims" In Court, And People Are Calling This The Ultimate Show Of Privilege

" [Rittenhouse's attorney] can demonize them if he wants, if he thinks it will win points with the jury.” Kyle Rittenhouse shot his victims. No matter what words Judge Schroeder bans from his ...

As trial approaches, judge may allow the men Kyle Rittenhouse shot to be called rioters or looters -- but victim isnt allowed

The men shot by Kyle Rittenhouse in August 2020 can potentially be referred to at his trial as "rioters" or "looters," a Wisconsin judge said Monday while reiterating his long-held view that attorneys ...