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Legal scholars ponder 'what is self-defense' after Rittenhouse verdict

Kyle Rittenhouse looks back as the late Anthony Huber's great aunt, Susan Hughes, enters the courtroom during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse on November 5, 2021 in Kenosha, Wisconsin.  (Sean Krajacic-Pool/Getty Images)
Kyle Rittenhouse looks back as the late Anthony Huber's great aunt, Susan Hughes, enters the courtroom during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse on November 5, 2021 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. (Sean Krajacic-Pool/Getty Images)

Duke University Law professor Samuel Buell joins Here & Now‘s Robin Young to discuss the intersection of racial justice, gun rights and self-defense following the not guilty verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse.

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