Fuckin rights Rats. What about us? The real victims in all this...
My entire evening is turned on its head. Where are the protests for that?
As usual these days Per is not up to speed.Per wrote: ↑Thu Aug 27, 2020 1:57 amHaven't you seen the video? It's all over the place.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_cont ... e=emb_logo
Yeah, sure, he seems to be resisting arrest, he is walking to his car, but to shoot him seven (sic!) times in the back, point blank, while you're tugging on his shirt seems a bit much imho.
There are three cops there, facing an unarmed man. They should find some better option to handling the situation than that.
And? It makes total sense that a guy who would protect a gas station from arsonists would also support Blue Lives Matter.SKYO wrote: ↑Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:46 amAt the beginning to "protect" a gas station, however his Facebook was promoting Blue Lives Matter.
No, because as the video shows, he seems to be a chap who only shoots people who attack him.
UMMMMM. They also knocked him to the ground, kicked him in the head, and tried to take his gun.SKYO wrote: ↑Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:46 amThe protesters/rioters, were calling him out and pointing him out to the police and not shooting at him for him christs sake.
Yes I did notice that actually...
Yes I did notice that actually.
You're right, that wasn't fair, he should've just let the rioter shoot him!
I guess you didn't know Rittenhouse was arrested the next day at his parents' house.SKYO wrote: ↑Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:46 amI’m inferring in THIS instance versus Jacob instance, it’s painfully obvious the disregard for life for people of colour in MOST instances. White people with guns for whatever reason tend to get arrested without getting shot down, while people of colour holding a phone or a knife or nothing at all tend to get shot down neutralized, shoot first ask questions later by the police.
He's getting charged with multiple felonies.
He shot an unarmed individual and another person who threw a plastic bag at him.Kyle Rittenhouse could get life in prison for murder ... along with 4 other felony charges.
The 17-year-old arrested in the fatal shooting of 2 Jacob Blake protesters in Kenosha allegedly killed at least one unarmed man, and could get life in prison for murder ... along with 4 other felony charges.
The criminal complaint against Kyle Rittenhouse was released Thursday, and it says the first person the Illinois teenager allegedly shot, Joseph Rosenbaum, "appeared to be unarmed for the duration of video" reviewed by investigators.
Prosecutors say Rosenbaum appeared to throw an object at Rittenhouse before the fatal shooting, and a second video apparently shows the object in question was nothing more than a plastic bag.
The complaint also says Rosenbaum leaned in toward Rittenhouse -- apparently trying to reach for his gun according to a witness -- and then fell to the ground after 4 loud bangs. Then Rittenhouse got on his cellphone to make a call, and prosecutors say he was overheard saying, "I just killed somebody" as he ran away. He's been charged with first-degree reckless homicide for Rosenbaum's death.
Rittenhouse is also charged with first-degree intentional homicide (murder in most states) of Anthony Huber. Prosecutors say Huber -- seen with a skateboard in several videos -- approached Rittenhouse, who was lying on his back, and appeared to reach for Rittenhouse's gun. According to the complaint, Rittenhouse fired a round, sending Huber staggering away before collapsing to the ground and dying from a gunshot wound.
All told, prosecutors charged Rittenhouse with 5 felonies -- the 3 others are 2 counts of first-degree reckless endangerment and one count of attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
That last count was for allegedly shooting Gaige Grosskreutz, who prosecutors say appeared to be armed, and suffered one non-lethal gunshot wound.
If convicted, Rittenhouse could face life in prison just for the first-degree intentional homicide of Huber. He's also facing one misdemeanor ... for possession of a dangerous weapon by someone under 18.
Hey Rats. Black Lives Matters is about racism, specifically (and this is from the BLM website) "the rampant and deliberate violence inflicted on us by the state."