Kyle Rittenhouse Speaks From Jail To WaPo Journalists

I’m awfully curious as to how the Washington Post ended up being the media outlet to conduct Kyle Rittenhouse’s first interview after his arrest on murder and assault charges in the shootings of three people during riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, but the liberal paper published details of the paper’s conversation with the teenager on Thursday.

Rather than simply publish a transcript or audio of the entire interview, however, the Post only shares a few brief snippets of the conversation, weaving a few of his comments into a broader story about the shootings in late August.

We hear Rittenhouse say, for example, that he doesn’t have any regrets about having a gun with him on the night of the shootings, telling reporters “I feel I had to protect myself. I would have died that night if I hadn’t,” but the Post doesn’t share the initial question posed to Rittenhouse or his full answer, though the reporters do note that Rittenhouse’s attorneys agreed to the interview only after the paper agreed not to ask any questions about the shooting itself or the events that followed.

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