Kyle Rittenhouse Attacker Gaige Grosskreutz, Who Took a Bullet for BLM, 'Injured in Hit And Run'Chris Menahan
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Kyle Rittenhouse attacker Gaige Grosskreutz was allegedly run down by a
The ramming incident took place on Brady Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Sept 2.
The Kenosha County Eye is reporting that Grosskreutz, who changed his name to Paul Prediger, is the victim in the case.
"Grosskreutz told the judge in Milwaukee that his name change needed to be secret in order to protect himself from 'far right' people who have been threatening his life," The Kenosha County Eye said.
"Although Grosskreutz would have us believe that he is in fear for his life, he couldn't help himself when he decided to go on WISN 12 ABC News to talk about being run over," the County Eye added.
According to WISN, 30-year-old Marvin Thomas admitted he was the driver after being confronted by the police at his home and said "he was sorry."
"Court documents say Thomas also admitted to knowing he did not have a valid license," WISN reports.
Thomas is facing two felony charges, hit-and-run, causing great bodily harm and knowingly operating a motor vehicle while revoked, causing great bodily harm to another.The County Eye reports Thomas is being held on a $1,500 cash bail.
Hopefully, Grosskreutz can see it in his heart to ask that Thomas not face any punishment and instead be provided the social workers and reparations he needs in order to recover from the trauma he has faced from living under white supremacy his entire life!
No doubt, that's what George Floyd would have wanted!
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