WGN-TV reporter Julian Crews: Court brings in DNA analyst, paramedic shot by Kyle Rittenhouse

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Gaige Grosskreutz talks about the permanent injuries to his right arm and hand as he testifies about being shot, during the Kyle Rittenhouse trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Monday, Nov. 8, 2021. Video of the shooting was shown on courtroom monitors. (Mark Hertzberg/Pool Photo via AP)

WGN-TV reporter Julian Crews joins John Williams from Kenosha County Courthouse to evidence being examined today as the defense continues to argue that self-defense is what left two people dead and one shot.

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