A Wisconsin U.S. District Judge has decided that Kyle Rittenhouse can be sued for wrongful death.
Kyle Rittenhouse has gained considerable notoriety in the Right-Wing community since being exonerated of all charges. He attempts to host events himself and frequently attends Republican National Conventions, but locating a location has been challenging.
Rittenhouse has additionally raised money for other impending cases by leveraging his reputation. Judge Lynn Adelman in Wisconsin decided last week that one of those lawsuits, brought by Anthony Huber’s father, can proceed.
As reported by AP, “Rittenhouse, who was 17 at the time of the shootings, was accused by John Huber of collaborating with law authorities to harm protesters. John Huber is suing Rittenhouse, the police, and the city for undisclosed damages.”
The teen has been difficult to locate, and according to his attorneys, he wasn’t properly served. About those assertions, Adelman stated, “He most likely is avoiding serving his sentence. Rittenhouse has purposefully kept his whereabouts a secret. Although he claims not to reside in Florida, he does not specify where he actually calls home.”
However, Shane Martin, Rittenhouse’s attorney, remains optimistic. While we appreciate the judge’s ruling, we do not think there is any proof of a conspiracy, and we are certain that Kyle’s actions that evening were not improper and were committed in self-defense, just as a Kenosha jury decided.