An American teenager who shot dead two people during protests against racial injustice in Wisconsin last year has been found not guilty of murder.
In a trial that polarised opinion in the United States, Kyle Rittenhouse argued that he’d feared for his life and acted in self-defence. Prosecutors said he had behaved like an armed vigilante.
The case has further polarised the debate in the United States over gun ownership.
Ben Brown presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Nomia Iqbal reports from the city of Kenosha.
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