Rittenhouse Prosecutor 'Facepalms' After Star Witness Admits He 'Pointed' Gun At Kyle And 'Advanced On Him' Before Getting ShotChris Menahan
Nov. 08, 2021
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Leftist protester Gaige Grosskreutz admitted under cross-examination on Monday that it wasn't until he "pointed" his gun at Kyle Rittenhouse and "advanced on him" that Rittenhouse shot him in the arm.
Grosskreutz's stunning admission appears to have led the regime's prosecutor to bury his face in his hand.
From the AP:
"I thought the defendant was an active shooter," the 27-year-old Grosskreutz said. Asked what was going through his mind as he got closer to the 17-year-old Rittenhouse, he said, "That I was going to die."The AP laughably called Grosskreutz a "shooting victim" in their headline.
The only victim in this case is Kyle Rittenhouse who was separated from his family and run through the wringer for over a year for shooting a suicidal child sex offender who tried to charge him and take his gun, another criminal who jump-kicked him and attacked him with a skateboard, and Grosskreutz who pointed a gun at him and advanced on him only to be disarmed with a single bullet (which in fact spared his life).
It's the regime's prosecutors who should be brought up on charges for malicious prosecution!
We're seeing similar malicious prosecutions in the cases of Army Sgt Daniel Perry, who shot a leftist protester who approached him aggressively and allegedly raised an AK-47 at him, and Gregory and Travis McMichael, who shot Ahmaud Arbery after he charged them and tried to take their gun!
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