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The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial surprised everyone by asking to rewatch the drone video footage that the prosecution allegedly withheld from the defense.

According to Fox News, the request by the jury was not "unexpected" for a complicated case.

Late Tuesday, the jury retired for the night after failing to reach a verdict. Two jurors allegedly withheld their verdicts out of fear of public "backlash".

Rittenhouse's legal team filed a motion for a mistrial late Tuesday after they learned the prosecution had a high-definition video of Rittenhouse shooting the first victim.

The defense argued that the high-def video was not given to them until Friday or Saturday.

On Wednesday morning, the jury halted deliberations again to request they be allowed to rewatch the drone footage of the August 25, 2020 shooting of Antifa protester Joseph Rosenbaum.

The prosecution explained to Judge Bruce Schroeder why the copy of drone footage was "compressed" which caused the video to be blurred.

Assistant District Attorney James Kraus claimed he sent the high-definition video footage to one of Rittenhouse's attorneys. He claims the video was "compressed" by the lawyer's Android phone.

Evidence is usually emailed between attorneys via Dropbox.

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Atlanta PD

An Atlanta man has been charged in the fatal shooting of actor Thomas Jefferson Byrd earlier this month.

The 70-year-old actor was found unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds to the back. He was pronounced dead at Grady Memorial Hospital.

The shooting stemmed from an argument near the actor's home on Belvedere Avenue about 1:45 a.m. on Oct. 4.

Officers recovered spent rifle rounds not far from Byrd's body, police said.

Tips from the public assisted investigators in apprehending the suspect, 30-year-old Antonio Demetrice Rhynes.

Warrants were issued for his arrest and he was taken into custody without resistance early Friday morning at the Royal Oaks Apartments in Camp Creek.

The Atlanta Police Department released drone footage that showed the suspect surrendering to police after his apartment door was blown off the hinges.

Rhynes was booked into the Fulton County Jail, and his mugshot was released to the news media.

According to the, Rhynes has a criminal history that includes armed robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, burglary and hijacking a motor vehicle, among others.