Kyle Rittenhouse's Bail Conditions May Change | 22 Words

Kyle Rittenhouse allegedly flashed white power signs and was caught drinking in a bar while being serenaded the "Proud Boys" anthem...

So, as a result, his bail conditions could very well be set to change.

Here's the full story...

In May last year, thousands upon thousands of people began taking to the streets in protest...

And they were all marching for one thing: for the blatant racism and injustice in this country to be brought to an end.

Remarkably, they seemed to be working.

Thanks to the riots and the protests, Black Lives Matter began dominating global headlines and social media.

Protests were happening across the pond too...

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The global solidarity has been incredible to see.

We were witnessing history in the making...

And, even today, people are continuing to demand justice.

This is only the beginning...

And it’s so important that we continue to speak out and use our voices.

However, not all protests were peaceful...


And back in August, a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin turned deadly.

A now eighteen-year-old white man opened fire.

Kyle Rittenhouse, armed illegally with an AR-15 assault rifle, opened fire on 3 innocent protestors.

Rittenhouse is known to be an avid "Blue Lives Matter" supporter...

And he is a prominent figure amongst far-right protestors meaning, of course, he isn't exactly a supporter of BLM.

2 of the protestors were tragically killed by Rittenhouse...

While a third was horrifically injured by his gunshot injuries, losing a significant portion of his bicep.

Just take a moment to imagine the reaction if Rittenhouse was a black man...

It would be completely different, wouldn't it?

Rittenhouse was arrested a few days later...


And is currently on trial for homicide and illegally possessing a firearm.

However, it was reported recently that Kyle's legal fight is being funded by his merchandise.

An online website is selling T-shirts, hoodies, stickers, mugs, iPhone covers, and laptop sleeves carrying the phrase 'Free Kyle.'

And the money that's being made is going directly toward his legal fees.

It looks like the families of the victims also plan to sue Kenosha officials.

The family of one of the men killed by Kyle Rittenhouse during the Kenosha protests last summer has filed negligence claims.

The parents of twenty-six-year-old Anthony Huber filed for $10 million in damages.

Gaige Grosskreutz, who was seriously injured by the now eighteen-year-old, also filed a claim for the same amount, with both alleging what happened could have been prevented if proper measures were put in place to protect the men, according to UniLad.

Kimberly Motley, who represents Grosskreutz, said...

"We’re basically looking to sue different actors within the city of Kenosha as well as the city of Kenosha itself who we believe were negligent in their allowing Mr. Rittenhouse to indiscriminately run around during the week and protest with a loaded weapon."

Huber’s family agrees it was negligence that lead to the death of their son...


Grosskreutz claims that he has suffered "significant permanent physical damage" and will struggle to work due to the inaction of officials.

According to Motley, "The primary objective is that we believe that Mr. Rittenhouse should be convicted of all the charges that he’s facing."

Kenosha County Board of Supervisors is currently discussing the claims.

​But in the meantime, it seems as though Rittenhouse is living his best life.

According to CCTV footage and snapshots shared by members of the public, the teen has been seen out drinking with his mom in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin while also being "serenaded" by a group of adult men who sang the 'Proud Boys' anthem.

He also took pictures with people flashing the white power symbol.

And not to mention he was doing all of this while wearing a "Free as F**k" slogan shirt.

On Wednesday, the Kenosha County District Attorney's Office filed a motion to restrict him from doing this again.

The court has not yet set a date to consider the request from prosecutors who filed for this motion.

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