NGL, I would have voted not guilty too. I only saw Kyle's testimony/cross-examination though and the prosecution made me cringe. Some solid points, but also a lot of grasping for straws. Seems like a case of self defense to me. If you try to make verbal threats, lunge at someone, try to take their gun, and get shot, you dun played yourself. But the subsequent shootings, you can argue that those who chased and attacked him thought he was an active shooter and they were just trying to stop him. Personally I wouldn't try to take on an active shooter with a skateboard, but to each their own. And then there was Grosskreutz who approached him with a handgun and then said in court that Kyle didn't shoot him until he himself pointed his gun at Kyle. It was basically case closed at that point. If he approached Kyle with his gun in hand but hands were always raised and was shot anyways, would be a different case. The last two dudes who got shot did nothing wrong because you can argue that it is morally right to attack someone who you believe is actively shooting people, but rip them.
They dismissed the "Possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18" charge on a technicality, but I definitely think he should definitely lose his right to own/carry a gun until he takes like a bunch of firearms courses and what not. Mans didn't even know what the difference was between hollow point and FMJ bullets and the fact that he was blasting around FMJ rounds I feel is arguably endangering the public.