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The Western Journal reports Kyle Rittenhouse will not face charges in connection with the gun he used during protests in Kenosha.
BREAKING: Kyle Rittenhouse won't face gun charges in Illinois
This isn't the end, but it's one less charge closer to justice
The defamers, slanderers, and liars will face their day in court https://t.co/ZAbq7jXVqG
— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) October 14, 2020
“When you start manufacturing facts to support false accusations, you get into trouble under the law of defamation.”
“Kyle did not carry a gun across state lines. The gun belonged to his friend, a Wisconsin resident. The gun never left the State of Wisconsin. Truth always prevails,” Attorney Lin Wood said then.
When you start manufacturing facts to support false accusations, you get into trouble under the law of defamation. Kyle did not carry a gun across state lines. The gun belonged to his friend, a Wisconsin resident. The gun never left the State of Wisconsin.
Truth always prevails. https://t.co/iDbsykaVvY
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) August 28, 2020
Amidst a city of people who are looting, rioting, and setting buildings on fire, the democrats and the media were more worried about a young man using his Second Amendment rights to protect other people and property.
Rittenhouse was acting in pure self-defense with a gun that remained in the state for which it was registered, yet the public does everything they can to demonize him.
All the while, the rioters and looters roam freely… how cute.
One can only imagine if Rittenhouse’s assaulters had gotten a hold of that gun.
Kyle Rittenhouse a 17-year old boy went to Kenosha to help others. He sits in jail tonight.
Truth cannot be censored as it always escapes the darkness of lies to see the light of day.
Kyle is innocent. He acted in self defense.
Let this boy go home.https://t.co/AslawhS9mb
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) October 14, 2020
From The Western Journal:
The Smith & Wesson .223 caliber rifle Rittenhouse carried during a night of violent protests in the Wisconsin community “was purchased, stored and used in Wisconsin,” according to a statement from the office of Lake County State’s Attorney Mike Nerheim.
An investigation turned up no evidence that Rittenhouse “physically possessed” the gun in Illinois.
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Rittenhouse remains in an Illinois facility while a legal argument continues over his extradition to Wisconsin to face the charges against him there.