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Judge rules prosecutors not allowed to describe men shot by Kyle Rittenhouse as 'victims'

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A judge ruled that prosecutors will not be allowed to use the term "victim," but can use words such as "rioter, looter or arsonist" to describe the three men shot by Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old accused of opening fire in Kenosha, Wisconsin during a protest against police brutality.