Kyle Rittenhouse, A video summary

Kyle Rittenhouse, A video summary

Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17 year old from Illinois, has been a major topic of recent news with the outbreaks of protests, and riots across America. Rittenhouse has been charged on a multitude of shootings that left two people dead and a third wounded last month during unrest in Kenosha. The…

Kyle Rittenhouse, A video summary

Kyle Rittenhouse, A video summary

Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17 year old from Illinois, has been a major topic of recent news with the outbreaks of protests, and riots across America. Rittenhouse has been charged on a multitude of shootings that left two people dead and a third wounded last month during unrest in Kenosha. The video posted here is from “#FIGHTBACKLAW”, a team of lawyers and people whom are supporting Rittenhouse through financial means, and legal. Viewer discretion is advised on this video. It’s a part of history that we wanted to ensure remains available, regardless of any political agendas set forth through this video.…

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