FBI surveillance video shows Rittenhouse's actions before he shot 3 peopleNew FBI infrared aerial surveillance video played in court Wednesday appears to show Kyle Rittenhouse moving toward a parking lot where Joseph Rosenbaum was standing, revealing never-before-seen moments before an interaction that led to the fatal shooting of Rosenbaum. The video is the first piece of evidence showing what took place before previously known video of Rosenbaum chasing Rittenhouse moments before he was shot.
The video was shot from high above, and it's difficult to clearly distinguish the identities of the two men running. During his testimony, Det. Martin Howard with the Kenosha Police Department confirmed the identities of the two men in the final few seconds before the shooting.
Prosecutors had previously said the infrared surveillance video could show that, at least at some point during the night of the fatal shootings, it was Rittenhouse who was following Rosenbaum. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports.
FBI aerial surveillance video shows never-before-seen actions before Kyle Rittenhouse shot unarmed man
New FBI infrared aerial surveillance video played in Kyle Rittenouse's homicide trial Wednesday provides a unique angle into the final moments before the teenager fatally shot Joseph Rosenbaum during the unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last August.