The jurors in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse have concluded their second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.
Jurors deliberated for roughly 7.5 hours on Wednesday after deliberating for roughly 8.5 hours on Tuesday.
The jury requested to review two videos in evidence on Wednesday:
- Jurors asked to view a livestream video taken by Gaige Grosskreutz moments after Rittenhouse shot Joseph Rosenbaum. In the video, Grosskreutz jogs next to Rittenhouse and asks if he had just shot someone.
- Jurors also requested the "BG on The Scene" video. It shows the second incident involving the fatal shooting of Anthony Huber, shooting of Grosskreutz and alleged reckless endangerment of an unknown male.
The videos were placed on a thumb drive and presented to the jurors on what the judge described as a "sanitized" laptop. Jurors viewed those videos in the jury room.
The jury was subsequently brought into the courtroom to view drone video footage that they had requested to review earlier. No one but the jury was present in the courtroom when they viewed that footage. They spent about 45 minutes inside before leaving.
The 12 juror panel is expected to resume deliberating at 10 a.m. ET Thursday.
Jurors in the case are not being sequestered during deliberations.