Attorneys for Kyle Rittenhouse argued that hunting laws allowed the then-17-year-old to shoot rioters at the Kenosha protests.
“Attorneys for Kyle Rittenhouse, who is charged with fatally shooting 2 people during a protest in Wisconsin last year, argue hunting laws allowed the teenager to carry the assault weapon used during the shootings.”
Attorneys for Kyle Rittenhouse, who is charged with fatally shooting 2 people during a protest in Wisconsin last year, argue hunting laws allowed the teenager to carry the assault weapon used during the shootings. https://t.co/RBVb2S1RPv— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 8, 2021
On August 25, 2020, Kyle Rittenhouse crossed into Wisconsin from Illinois and went to the Kenosha riots with a semi-automatic gun. That night he shot three protestors and killed two of them. You can see the video here is charged at by what looks to be two men.
“Kyle clearly acted in self-defense. Sorry commies, play stupid games, win stupid prizes.”
“Wisconsin law prohibits anyone under age 18 from being armed, but Rittenhouse’s attorneys argued that state laws only forbid minors to carry short-barreled rifles and shotguns. The other prohibitions pertaining to children fall under hunting laws, which say children under age 12 can’t hunt with guns,” NBC News reported.
We will have to see what the jury rules but it is clear the left believes he is a domestic terrorist while many on the right would say he acted in self-defense and is a patriot. Either way, you can see that Rittenhouse is attacked first by protestors leading some to argue he acted lawfully.
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