You've Been Misinformed: The Kyle Rittenhouse Story
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You've Been Misinformed: The Kyle Rittenhouse Story

Who Is Kyle Rittenhouse?

Kyle, only 17 years old, is trained in advanced life support and was in Kenosha on the night in question to help anyone who needed medical assistance as well as to defend business owners, multiple videos prove this. Kyle is also:

  • A community volunteer, seen removing graffiti from a local high school earlier in the day
  • A fundraiser for good cause, in 2018, he started a Facebook fundraiser for a non-profit to "forge stronger relationships between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve"
  • Lived 30 minutes from Kenosha, and worked as a lifeguard In Kenosha
  • Was asked to defend local Kenosha business

Something else of note, and very important, the weapons Kyle used were in Wisconsin and never crossed state lines.

Sources: Snopes, NewsWars


Who Is Joseph Rosenbaum?

AKA: "The one who chased him down and tried to grab his gun"

  • Rosenbaum was found guilty of engaging in “sexual conduct with a minor” in Arizona’s Pima County in March 2002.
  • Rosenbaum was sentenced to prison or parole for roughly 15 years.
  • Had 40 disciplinary infractions starting from 2003 .
  • Recorded earlier in the night confront someone and saying "Shoot me, n***a".

Sources: NYTimes, AZCorrections.gov


Who Is Anthony Huber?

AKA: "The one who hit Rittenhouse in the head with a skateboard"

  • Huber was charged with domestic abuse.
  • Huber, who was 18 years old at the time, threatened his brother and grandmother at their home with a knife, choked the brother, and demanded that they follow his orders.
  • Huber was also charged with strangulation and suffocation.
  • In 2018, Huber was charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor offense, after a fight with his sister at their house, per a criminal complaint by Kenosha prosecutors.

Sources: NYTimes, AZCorrections.gov


Who Is Gaige Grosskreutz?

AKA: "The one who chased and threatened Rittenhouse with a handgun"

  • Grosskreutz was found guilty in 2016 of breaking Wisconsin’s law governing the use of dangerous weapons per Milwaukee County court records. He had gone somewhere “armed while intoxicated,”.
  • Received tickets for minor offenses including disobeying police officers and making loud noises.

Sources: NYTimes, AZCorrections.go


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