Kyle Rittenhouse, who was acquitted of murder charges in Kenosha, Wis., after defending himself during a riot there in 2020, is appealing to Twitter CEO Elon Musk.

The young man is asking the platform boss to release any information that was suppressed during his high-profile trial, noting that before, during, and even after the trial was over, he was ‘convicted’ in the court of public opinion by many leftist figures who expressed their views on social media.

Others who defended Rittenhouse, however, may have been suppressed, and now Rittenhouse is asking Musk to reveal the truth.

“I think something people who believe we are overreacting about what was found in the Twitter files overlook is that lies break trust and show the character of someone,” he noted.

“We now have every reason to believe there was more lies and corruption beyond twitter. If someone is willing to lie about one thing, typically they will lie about another,” he added.

“Learning about the Twitter files and @elonmusk releasing the truth is making me more and more curious to find out if there was hidden censoring regarding my story and case on Twitter,” Rittenhouse continued.

“I am hoping, one day soon, I will be able to find out and the truth will be shown to all of us. Would you consider releasing the censoring done regarding my trial?” he asked Musk directly.

Others noted that they were suspended for proclaiming his innocence, or knew of others who were.

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