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17-Year-Old Kenosha Shooter, Kyle Rittenhouse, Reportedly Called Friend To Say ‘I Just Killed Somebody’ Before Shooting Two Others + Paralyzed Jacob Blake No Longer Handcuffed To Hospital Bed

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Kyle Rittenhouse – the 17-year-old arrested in connection of a Kenosha shooting that killed two protesters and injured another – reportedly called his friend after shooting his first victim and told the person “I just killed somebody.” Get the latest inside….

The Kenosha riots are still going down following the shooting of 29-year-old man Jacob Blake – who is now paralyzed from the waist down. People have been hitting the streets demanding justice for Jacob who was shot by a white police officer while three of his children watched in terror.

Unfortunately, things turned deadly Tuesday night (August 25th) when a vigilante took matters into his own hands as if he was law enforcement. While media sources are harping on the fact he "wanted to become a police officer", that only proves the point of so many who have been saying the police often act like a white supremacist gang.  If the police appealed to this teen who thought it was A-OK to be driven across state lines by his mother to kill people who were protesting because he thought they shouldn't be protesting, that says PLENTY.

17-year-old Kyle Ritenhouse was arrested and has been accused of shooting three protesters. Two of the protesters died from their injuries while another survived being shot in the arm. During the social unrest, the teen (from Antioch, Illinois) fired at least nine rounds from an AR-15 .223 rifle equipped with a 30-round magazine, according to the criminal complaint.

After the first homicide, it’s reported Kyle called a friend and said “I just killed somebody” before shooting two others. 

The teen has been charged with five felonies, which include first-degree intentional homicide with use of a dangerous weapon; first-degree reckless homicide with use of a dangerous weapon; first-degree recklessly endangering safety with use of a dangerous weapon; attempted first-degree intentional homicide with use of a dangerous weapon; first-degree recklessly endangering safety with use of a dangerous weapon. He’s also facing a misdemeanor charge of possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18. Wisconsin is an open-carry state, but children under age 18 are not allowed to carry weapons openly in public.

After the multiple shootings, Kyle walked right past police while toting his AR-15. It was as if they didn’t see him walking down the street with a big a** gun attached to his body and or heard people yelling, “He shot him!”

Kyle was later arrested 30 miles away in Antioch, Illinois.

Today, an Illinois judge agreed to postpone a decision on whether Kyle would be extradited to Wisconsin until at least September 25th. The video hearing only lasted a few minutes and Kyle did not appear.

The shootings were caught on video. WARNING! The videos below are GRAPHIC:  

Kyle’s attorney, John Pierce, said his client was acting in self-defense when he opened fire.

"This was classic self-defense and we are going to prove it. We will obtain justice for Kyle no matter how hard the fight takes or how long it takes,” attorney John Pierce said.

Here’s a breakdown of details in the criminal complaint against the suspected shooter:

As Rittenhouse runs through the parking lot, one of the victims, 38-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum can be seen following him. According to the complaint, the video shows Rosenbaum throwing a plastic bag at Rittenhouse before a loud bang is heard. Rosenbaum can then be heard yelling an expletive at Rittenhouse as he continues to approach the shooter. A witness told police that Rosenbaum reached for the gun before the shooting. Rittenhouse then shoots four times and Rosenbaum can be seen falling to the ground.

Rosenbaum was shot three times and grazed by two other bullets. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

After the first shooting, Rittenhouse can be seen on camera making a phone call, the complaint claims. As he ran away, Rittenhouse can be heard saying “I just killed somebody.”

Another video reportedly showed Rittenhouse running away from the scene after he shot Rosenbaum, officials said.

People in the area can be heard yelling “Beat him up!” “Hey, he shot him!” “Get him! Get that dude!” and more.

While running away, Rittenhouse tripped and fell to the ground. One man was seen on video approaching Rittenhouse, and Rittenhouse appears to fire two rounds at the man, both of which missed.

One of the other victims killed, 26-year-old Anthony Huber, can then be seen hitting Rittenhouse’s left shoulder with a skateboard before trying to pull the gun away from him, the complaint said. Rittenhouse then fired one round, which struck Huber. Huber died from the gunshot wound.

The third shooting victim, 26-year-old Gaige Grosskreutz, approached Rittenhouse shortly after. Rittenhouse, who had moved to a seated position, pointed his gun at Grosskreutz, who appeared to be armed with a handgun. Grosskreutz froze, stepped back and put his hands up before moving toward Rittenhouse. Rittenhouse is then seen firing one round, hitting Grosskreutz in the arm.

According to the complaint, the video then shows Rittenhouse walking away with his gun pointed toward people in the roadway.

Before the shootings, Kyle spoke with a reporter on the scene and lied, telling him he was a “trained medic” during a taped interview.

Authorities did a social media dive on Kyle and discovered he once hosted a fundraiser on Facebook to help “humanize police officers.” It’s also reported he loaded videos of himself attending a Trump rally.

If Kyle is convicted of first-degree intentional homicide, he’s facing a mandatory life sentence.

Meanwhile, Wisconsin Department of Justice revealed the reason why Jacob Blake was handcuffed to his hospital bed. You’ll recall, Jacob’s father revealed his son – who is now paralyzed as a result of the shooting – was shackled to his hospital bed. He has not been charged with a crime as of right now.

Kenosha police said they handcuffed him to the bed because of a warrant against him for charges before he was shot by a police officer. According to The NY Times, Jacob was charged with third-degree sexual assault, criminal trespass, and disorderly conduct back in July. A former friend accused him of breaking into her home while she was sleep and assaulting her. He allegedly took her car and debit car after the assault.

On Sunday (the day Jacob was shot), the “police were called to the woman’s home again after she reported that a man was at her home and was not allowed to be there." Apparently, the police were arresting Jacob when the shooting occurred, which resulted in the father-of-six getting shot seven times in the back as he tried to get into his car. He was unarmed, and reportedly told cops he had a knife in his car (like many people do, and it is legal depending on the length of said knife).

Earlier reports stated witnesses made claims that Jacob was trying to break up a verbal argument between two women before he was shot.

Patrick Cafferty – Jacob’s lawyer – declined to give a statement about the criminal charges, but he did reveal his client will be pleading NOT guilty. He also said that Jacob would no longer be shackled to his bed after reaching an agreement with the Kenosha district attorney, Michael D. Graveley, who agreed to vacate the arrest warrant.

Photo: CNN via Kyle's TikTok/Ben Crump's IG

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