Rittenhouse will not be charged with weapons violation in Illinois – here’s why the state said he didn’t break the law

ANTIOCH, IL – The Antioch Police Department announced on October 13 that they will not be pursuing any criminal charges against Kyle Rittenhouse over accusations that he illegally possessing a long gun in their state. 

It’s the first legal victory of Rittenhouse who is charged with two counts of murder and attempted murder in Kenosha, Wisconsin in August of this year.

Rittenhouse was accused of carrying a .223 Smith and Wesson rifle from the state of Illinois into the state of Wisconsin on that fateful day that ended in a shooting. 

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