- May 17, 2019
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Woah, there are way too many objective facts in this post. For those asking about training to be an EMT, he was already working as a lifeguard as stated by CRG. It is safe to assume he already has CPR and basic first aid training. Would not be a stretch to think he would want to continue that education to become an EMT. He was 17 and probably should not have been there with a gun. However, he was attacked for trying to extinguish a burning dumpster being pushed towards a gas station. Someone else fired the first shot while he was being pursued by an aggressor. For anyone calling Rittenhouse a straight up murderer, how could he have handled it any different aside from just not being there or carrying a weapon for defense? He called the authorities and was trying to turn himself in when he was attacked the second time. The guy he shot in the bicep is quoted as telling his friend that he wishes he would not have hesitated and killed Kyle. So in a kill or be killed situation when you are not the instigator or aggressor (he was fleeing BOTH times he fired on someone), you should roll over and take it?- Rittenhouse is from an Illinois border town 20 miles from Kenosha. Suburban Kenosha essentially. He worked in Kenosha. He did not drive hours to get to the riots. He got off work at his lifeguard job in Kenosha & went to the protests.
- Rittenhouse was studying to be an EMT & allegedly went to the riots to help people. There are confirmed reports of him attending to BLM protesters injuries on two occasions.
- New video shows Rittenhouse was fired on by BLM. He returned fire & hit the man shooting at him. That was the 1st incident.
- Then the BLM mob chased him down & when he tripped, the 1st BLM rioter tried to stomp on his head, while a 2nd ran up, punched him in the head & tried to get his AR-15 & a 3rd ran at him with a pistol in his hand.
- This case is an easy dismissal.