REPORT: Kyle Rittenhouse announces book detailing his court story

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Kyle Rittenhouse has announced that his new book, titled Acquitted, is now available for pre-order.

Rittenhouse caught the attention of the nation during his court hearing in November 2021, which was held after he shot and killed two people during the 2020 riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rittenhouse’s pre-order announcement of his new book, which details the story of his legal battle, was made on Sunday, the two-year anniversary of his acquittal.

“My case split the nation into opposing sides fueled by emotions, politics, and misconceptions driven by media and political figures,” Rittenhouse posted on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. “Today, I want you to learn the truth, and know the real and honest version of my story – without filters or an agenda.”

“Two years ago today, accused of unjust charges, I heard ‘NOT GUILTY’ five times over from a jury of my peers who heard the facts,” he wrote.

“My story of survival, resilience, and justice is now available for pre-order at,” Rittenhouse announced.

Conservative analyst Mark Dice responded, “Not to mention Facebook censored people defending you, and blocked users from posting facts and videos about the incident. I’m sure that’s in the book. Another egregious violation of American principles by a Big Tech oligarch in attempts to hide the truth.”

Another X user responded:

This very platform suspended my account for 24 hours for me saying you deserved compassion after breaking down on the stand and crying.

The reason? “Glorifying Violence.”

I’m so glad @elonmusk took over X. Such blatant manipulation and Orwellian censorship of social media by governments is a crime against humanity.

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