Kyle Rittenhouse

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Kyle Rittenhouse gets standing ovation from conservatives, says he may sue media outlets​


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Well, he seems to have gotten over the trauma. Monetizing his killings. Our li'l Kyle is all growed up!
 
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Kyle Rittenhouse gets standing ovation from conservatives, says he may sue media outlets​


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Well, he seems to have gotten over the trauma. Monetizing his killings. Our li'l Kyle is all growed up!

Had poor widdle Kyle actually showed remorse, actually shut the fuck up and gone to a life where he was out of the spotlight, people might have gotten past everything and even forgotten.

This shit though...

Fuck the asshole.
 

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Had poor widdle Kyle actually showed remorse, actually shut the fuck up and gone to a life where he was out of the spotlight, people might have gotten past everything and even forgotten.

This shit though...

Fuck the asshole.
Well, if it helps any, imagine his future. . . fat, drunk, and stupid, a (increasingly poorly) paid speaker at gun-nut rallies, porking right-wing death groupies in a cheap motel after the "convention."

Yes, I know, some of our contributors are releasing the beast and typing one-handed just reading this and thinking about it. Pity them. It's all they're worth.
 
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Hmmm. . . li'l Kyle is now 18 and has a clean rap sheet. Has he given any indication he plans to join up?

Get a heck of a start on that "EMT" certification by being an Army medic or a Navy corpsman.

Don't even fantasize about Pararescue. Takes more'n he ever dreamed of having.
 
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Federal judge allows lawsuit against Kyle Rittenhouse to proceed
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Scott Bauer
Published Feb 01, 2023 • 3 minute read

MADISON, Wis. — A federal judge in Wisconsin on Wednesday ruled that a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a man shot and killed by Kyle Rittenhouse during a protest in 2020 can proceed against Rittenhouse, police officers and others.


The father of Anthony Huber, one of two men shot and killed by Rittenhouse, filed the lawsuit in 2021, accusing officers of allowing for a dangerous situation that violated his son’s constitutional rights and resulted in his death. Anthony Huber’s father, John Huber, also alleged that Rittenhouse, who was 17 at the time of the shootings, conspired with law enforcement to cause harm to protestors. John Huber is seeking unspecified damages from city officials, officers and Rittenhouse.


U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman on Wednesday dismissed motions filed by Rittenhouse and the government defendants seeking to dismiss the civil rights lawsuit.

In allowing the case against Rittenhouse and the others to proceed, the judge said that Anthony Huber’s death “could plausibly be regarded as having been proximately caused by the actions of the governmental defendants.”


Rittenhouse had argued that the case against him should be dismissed because he wasn’t properly served with the lawsuit. Adelman dismissed that, saying that Rittenhouse “is almost certainly evading service.”

Attorneys and private investigators for John Huber spent over 100 hours trying to locate Rittenhouse, tracking down addresses in seven states, before they found the home of his mother and sister in Florida. The lawsuit was served on Rittenhouse’s sister, who said that he wasn’t home. Adelman said that was sufficient to qualify as being served.

“Rittenhouse has been deliberately cagey about his whereabouts,” Adelman wrote. “Although he denies living in Florida, he does not identify the place that he deems to be his residence.”


Rittenhouse’s attorneys did not immediately respond to emailed requests for comment. Attorneys for law enforcement and Kenosha officials sued also did not immediately return emailed messages.

The ruling puts Anthony Huber’s family “one step closer to justice for their son’s needless death,” said Anand Swaminathan, one of the attorneys for John Huber and Karen Bloom, parents of Anthony Huber.

“The Kenosha officials that created a powder keg situation by their actions tried to claim that they cannot be held accountable for their unconstitutional conduct; that argument was soundly rejected today,” Swaminathan said in a statement.

Rittenhouse was charged with homicide, attempted homicide and reckless endangering for killing Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum and wounding a third person with an AR-style semi-automatic rifle in the summer of 2020 during a tumultuous night of protests over the shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake, by a white Kenosha police officer.


Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges in November 2021 after testifying he acted in self-defense. Rittenhouse’s actions became a flashpoint in the debate over guns, vigilantism and racial injustice in the U.S.

Rittenhouse went to Kenosha from his home in nearby Antioch, Illinois, after businesses were ransacked and burned in the nights that followed Blake’s shooting. He joined other armed civilians on the streets, carrying a weapon authorities said was illegally purchased for him because he was underage.

Rittenhouse first killed Rosenbaum, 36, in the parking lot of an auto dealership and as Rittenhouse ran from the scene he stumbled and fell. Anthony Huber, 26, struck Rittenhouse with his skateboard and tried to disarm him. Rittenhouse fell to the ground and shot Anthony Huber to death and wounded demonstrator Gaige Grosskreutz, 27.

This case is one of several ongoing civil lawsuits filed in the wake of the shootings. Grosskreutz last year filed a similar lawsuit against Rittenhouse.

Rittenhouse has maintained a high public profile, particularly on social media, where he is an outspoken advocate for gun rights. He has nearly 1 million followers on Twitter and has spoken at conservative gatherings.
 

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Had poor widdle Kyle actually showed remorse, actually shut the fuck up and gone to a life where he was out of the spotlight, people might have gotten past everything and even forgotten.

This shit though...

Fuck the asshole.
Yeah, nothing like fighting against armed rioters and anarchists. What a piece of shit, eh? I mean, how fucking stupid do you have to be to destroy your neighbourhood and other people's private enterprises cuz you mad at de popo? Oh wait, we get to see it routinely in the US. I guess that answers my question.
I also like how the media tries to portray the three rioting anarchists as mere "demonstrators" while ignoring the fact one of them was illegally conceal carrying.
 

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I mean, how fucking stupid do you have to be to destroy your neighbourhood and other people's private enterprises cuz you mad at de popo?
Pretty dumb. How fucking stupid do you have to be to violate gun laws to acquire a weapon and go to a different neighborhood in a different state to play out your toy-soldier fantasies? School dropout stupid, on the evidence presented.

By the way, Rittenhouse's first two victims were armed with fists and a skateboard respectively.
 
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Pretty dumb. How fucking stupid do you have to be to violate gun laws to acquire a weapon and go to a different neighborhood in a different state to play out your toy-soldier fantasies? School dropout stupid, on the evidence presented.

By the way, Rittenhouse's first two victims were armed with fists and a skateboard respectively.
He went to count coupe , you of all people should understand that .