EVERY VIDEO OF KYLE RITTENHOUSE (KENOSHA SHOOTING)

Menace Sockeyes

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This is the social media of an actual terrorist and murderer. Shocker...


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It’s a sad situation all around. Two people died because they thought it was a good idea to run after a guy with a gun and one kid is going to prison for a long time.

Maybe the kid really was just trying to help protect businesses but that’s not the way to do it. And why is a 17 year old kid out on the streets with an assault rifle? Terrible situation.
 
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It’s a sad situation all around. Two people died because they thought it was a good idea to run after a guy with a gun and one kid is going to prison for a long time.

Maybe the kid really was just trying to help protect businesses but that’s not the way to do it. And why is a 17 year old kid out on the streets with an assault rifle? Terrible situation.
That kid isn't going to prision
 

ping72

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It’s a sad situation all around. Two people died because they thought it was a good idea to run after a guy with a gun and one kid is going to prison for a long time.

Maybe the kid really was just trying to help protect businesses but that’s not the way to do it. And why is a 17 year old kid out on the streets with an assault rifle? Terrible situation.

what are the gun laws in WI? Will whomever supplied the gun be in trouble?
 

ThorneStockton

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It’s a sad situation all around. Two people died because they thought it was a good idea to run after a guy with a gun and one kid is going to prison for a long time.

Maybe the kid really was just trying to help protect businesses but that’s not the way to do it. And why is a 17 year old kid out on the streets with an assault rifle? Terrible situation.

Agreed, just all around shitty. What a strange time to be alive.
 

JohnBasedow

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what are the gun laws in WI? Will whomever supplied the gun be in trouble?


Giving/loaning/selling a dangerous weapon to someone under 18 is a class I felony.

edit to add this as well:


(b) Except as provided in par. (c), any person who intentionally sells, loans or gives a dangerous weapon to a person under 18 years of age is guilty of a Class I felony.
(c) Whoever violates par. (b) is guilty of a Class H felony if the person under 18 years of age under par. (b)discharges the firearm and the discharge causes death to himself, herself or another.

So yes they are probably going to prison for awhile as well.
 
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hawki4ever

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First of all the kid was in illegal possession of a firearm. Second Wisconsin is not a stand your ground state. The shooter may very well had threatened people beforehand. To go Illegally armed to a protest/riot is reckless if not premeditated. We’ll have to see what his social media history looks like.
 

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First of all the kid was in illegal possession of a firearm. Second Wisconsin is not a stand your ground state. The shooter may very well had threatened people beforehand. To go Illegally armed to a protest/riot is reckless if not premeditated. We’ll have to see what his social media history looks like.
Castle doctrine extends to businesses.

 

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So the kid had a *'bag with unknown contents' thrown at him, then that same attacker rushes him to assault him and gets shot. Later the kid falls down, gets kicked in the face and hit with a skateboard in the head, fearing for his life he shoots at people standing over him attacking him. What did i miss?

*amended for accuracy, there was no molotov cocktail thrown.
 
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hawki4ever

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Castle doctrine extends to businesses.

It presumes the person is otherwise not breaking the law themselves and believes they were in reasonable fear of imminent death or great bodily harm when someone unlawfully and forcibly entered their dwelling, motor vehicle or place of business.
 

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So the kid had a molotov cocktail thrown at him, then that same attacker rushes him to assault him and gets shot. Later the kid falls down, gets kicked in the face and hit with a skateboard in the head, fearing for his life he shoots at people standing over him attacking him. What did i miss?


that you're a vile and disgusting human being attempting to defend and justify murder while also supporting a racist con man in the oval office.
 

Chishawk1425

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It’s a sad situation all around. Two people died because they thought it was a good idea to run after a guy with a gun and one kid is going to prison for a long time.

Maybe the kid really was just trying to help protect businesses but that’s not the way to do it. And why is a 17 year old kid out on the streets with an assault rifle? Terrible situation.
'MERICA, he probably would have shot up a school if the school year wasn't cancelled early in the Spring.
 
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It presumes the person is otherwise not breaking the law themselves and believes they were in reasonable fear of imminent death or great bodily harm when someone unlawfully and forcibly entered their dwelling, motor vehicle or place of business.
He is not going to have any problem showing he was in danger. Whats going to get sketchy is if he has the right to defend that property. If he works there or has a family member who owns it he is golden. This dude is about to get the best lawyers the NRA can buy though.
 

wilson reborn

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So the kid had a molotov cocktail thrown at him, then that same attacker rushes him to assault him and gets shot. Later the kid falls down, gets kicked in the face and hit with a skateboard in the head, fearing for his life he shoots at people standing over him attacking him. What did i miss?

That he was a minor with an assault weapon in his possession, which he used indiscriminately to kill or wound peaceful protestors.
 

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I just saw a poll on the Main Board (very Republican) with 171-19 would vote to acquit if they were on the jury. I guess it depends what kind of jury the kid gets. MAGAs on the jury and he will walk.
 
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Chishawk1425

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He is not going to have any problem showing he was in danger. Whats going to get sketchy is if he has the right to defend that property. If he works there or has a family member who owns it he is golden. This dude is about to get the best lawyers the NRA can buy though.
Hopefully it finally bankrupts the illegal tax evasion grifter organization became. Go NY AG!
 
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that you're a vile and disgusting human being attempting to defend and justify murder while also supporting a racist con man in the oval office.

Interesting reply.

Are you stating that you support throwing *objects at people?

Or kicking them in the head?

Or hitting a person laying on the ground with a skateboard in the head?

Who is the vile and disgusting person here?

*amended for accuracy.
 
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That he was a minor with an assault weapon in his possession, which he used indiscriminately to kill or wound peaceful protestors.

peaceful? what the hell? the first guy he shot threw *an object at him while the shooter was running away from him. What the hell are you reading sir?

*amended for accuracy
 
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