Here are 5 takeaways as the Rittenhouse defense gets started
Kyle Rittenhouse, left, bites his cheek as he waits with his attorneys for his trial to recommence after a short break at the Kenosha County Courthouse on Nov. 4, 2021 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. - Sean Krajacic/Getty Images North America/TNS

KENOSHA, Wis. — Prosecutors rested their case against Kyle Rittenhouse Tuesday, following five days of testimony in which several witnesses — including one of the men he shot — appeared to bolster the Antioch teen’s self-defense claims. Rittenhouse’s team began calling witnesses, starting with a Kenosha man who told Rittenhouse about plans to guard a used car lot near the downtown. Here are five takeaways from Tuesday, including testimony from defense witnesses. 1. The judge tossed the curfew violation against Rittenhouse. In the year since the Kenosha unrest, many curfew violations have been ...