We all know that Kyle Rittenhouse has divided America.
People have their opinion on the event. As someone who observed the entire trial very closely, I could say that it is full of emotions and surprises.
Judge Schroeder, “taking the prosecution to the woodshed” many times, and the testimony that came by way of Mr. Grosskreutz, Rittenhouse had a panic attack while testifying, and people concluded that he struggles with PTSD.
While discussing jury instructions outside of the presence of the jury on Friday, a defense attorney said that #KyleRittenhouse has been in therapy and has PTSD due to the “incident.” @LawCrimeNetwork pic.twitter.com/K0CZNMsu1G
— Law&Crime Network (@LawCrimeNetwork) November 12, 2021
That wasn’t crying, that was a full blown meltdown. Textbook PTSD. He’s being forced to relive the trauma from that day from having to shoot a violent child-rapist and arsonist just to save his own life. #KyleRittenhouse https://t.co/GD5Z01ejz7
— marky 🏳️🌈⃠ (@LGBTrumpUSA) November 12, 2021
Law and Crime reported:
“Have you ever been treated for a mental or emotional disorder?” Schroeder asked.
Rather than immediately answer “yes,” as he had done to other questions, Rittenhouse turned to speak to his attorney.
“His pause,” Richards said, “was, I believe, because he’s in therapy. I don’t think he has a mental illness or anything. As a result of this incident, he has PTSD.”
“But that doesn’t affect his judgment or reasoning power at all?” Schroeder asked.
Richards and Rittenhouse both said it did not.
Kyle Rittenhouse was just confirmed to be in therapy for PTSD.
You unbelievably giant sack of s*** https://t.co/j6QOAEe03i
— JD Sharp (@imjdsharp) November 12, 2021