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Kenosha shooting victims seek $20 million in damages from city, police

Kenosha shooting victims seek $20 million in damages from city, police

The victims of Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse are seeking $20 million in damages from city and police. The family of Anthony Huber, 26, who was killed and Gaige Grosskreutz, 26, who was injured, announced their intent to sue. Another protester, Joseph Rosenbaum, was also killed in the shooting. Rittenhouse, 17, has already been charged with fatal shootings and causing injury.

Eric 3 months

Just because you fail at assaulting someone and they get to you doesn’t make you a victim.

Matt 3 months

Get violent a protest, attack a kid, and he wins while not breaking a law. You get nothing, good day. Shouldn't we be talking about the assault with a deadly weapon charges the surviving aggressors should be facing? Or are they immune because they're part of the racist black power movement? Let me say it again for those in the back. These people have the audacity to cause violence and break the law, assault with a deadly weapon, and now they want a payday. Go home. Get well soon.

Fast Eddy
Fast Eddy 3 months

It never ceases to amaze me. The audacity to sue the city you sought to burn and destroy for something done in defense by a private citizen in response to your own actions. Worse yet, I’m sure that they will be rewarded for their behavior. Attack someone, reap the consequences, sue the city, reap rewards. This is disappointing.

happy 3 months

He deserves nothing. He was out there destroying the city & he's on video attacking first. He should be happy he's alive and leave it at that.

Doug 3 months

That sad thing is that they will be offered a settlement despite the fact that they brought this upon themselves. Chasing people down who have a loaded weapon is one of those things that's worthy of a Darwin award.

Tim 3 months

Sure, sure. You're out, minding your business at a mostly peaceful protest, and this kid comes up and shoots you for no reason. Now you want paid. Gotcha.

Yoda 3 months

It does make more sense to sue the city than Rittenhouse. At least the argument can be made that the governor refused to interfere and doesn't let the police stop the riots.

Glen 3 months

City leaders should be sued for not defending an American hero. Mr. RITTENHOUSE did what no city leader was capable of doing. He stood up for the rights of the public sector.

Zachary 3 months

You use the word “victim” here, but all I see is someone who mucked around, then found out.

David O'Doherty
David O'Doherty 3 months

Friken pedos deserve nothing but death

John W
John W 3 months

They are probably immune. But they did tell the police to stand down. They should be held responsible for all the riot damage. Anyone proven to be an arsonist or causing other damages, should get nothing.

michael 3 months

Why alleged? We saw both tapes. We saw WHY those people were chasing him. We saw him shoot blindly into the neighborhood after he dispersed the local people he invaded.

Nigel Savoie
Nigel Savoie 3 months

This may actually be good overall. A lawsuit like this sets a precedent that police departments would be required to deal with shit like the Kenosha riots. Thus making the Rittenhouse's of the world unnecessary.

Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 3 months

If they weren't criminals looting, vandalizing, and burning the city down they'd still be alive. Also why wasn't the guy who got his arm half blown off been arrested for illegally possession of a firearm which he aimed at the true AMERICAN PATRIOT KYLE. Also why was the bum loser pedo junkie still not in jail where he belongs🤔

geraldrob5150 3 months

So beyond the obvious self-defense strategy, It seems the same clauses used in insurance policies to disqualify claims due to war and rioting would apply here. And don't some states disqualify litigants from pursuing claims when they were involved in illegal activity at the time of the incident? Protest are controlled (usually planned and often condoned with an issued permit) and most commonly peaceful. Participating in an armed crowd (not armed enough it seems) looting, burning, and terrorizing is not a legal activity. Of course, it has become too common for criminals to sue their victims or the criminal's family stepping up to defend their armed robber thug family member from public backlash.

Michael R
Michael R 3 months

"alleged Kenosha shooter" When the shooter admits to the shooting, and the prosecution also claims he shot someone, how is the shooting itself an "allegation"? Not even taking a stance on whether it was self defense or not.

Alan 3 months

Kyle should counter sue them and blm for everything they've got!

Brutus 3 months

What that man deserves is a second helping of lead

Max 3 months


Miguel 3 months

How is what happened the police's fault?

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