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Prosecutors don’t know where Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse is and want him to be arrested again
Prosecutors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Wednesday moved a new warrant for the arrest of Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager charged with the murder of two people during an August 25 protest against the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man who is now paralyzed from the waist down. Prosecutors said Rittenhouse violated the terms of his $ 2 million loan by moving without notifying the court or giving his new address. After a court file sent to Rittenhouse was returned as undeliverable on January 28, Kenosha detectives visited Rittenhouse’s address and discovered that another man had been living there since mid-December, prosecutors said. It was “extremely unusual for a defendant charged with first degree murder in Kenosha County to be bailed and released pending trial,” the prosecutor said in its motion. “Our community rarely sees accused murderers moving freely.” Along with Rittenhouse’s arrest, they asked the court to increase its bond by $ 200,000. With his $ 2 million bond paid off from a “dodgy internet fundraiser,” Rittenhouse has had no financial interest in the bond and no incentive to collaborate since “he’s faced the most serious criminal charges and life in the world Jail.” Rittenhouse attorney Mark Richards responded Wednesday night that his client was in a secret “safe house” due to death threats and was “in constant contact” with his attorneys, if not the courts. He said he offered to share the new address with prosecutors if they kept it a secret, and they refused. The 18-year-old Rittenhouse is accused of fatally shot and killed Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26, and wounding a third man. He says he shot in self-defense. Prosecutors tried to change the terms of his bail last month after videotaping a group of proud boys in a Wisconsin bar while he was drinking and flashing his hand signals with white force. Eighteen-year-olds are legal for 18-year-olds to drink in Wisconsin bars when a parent is present, and Rittenhouse’s mother was apparently at the bar with him. GOP Senator Ben Sasse criticized the Nebraska GOP for criticism: “In politics isn’t about the strange worship of 1 guy’5 scathing cartoons about the GOP’s Marjorie Taylor Greene problem. The Republicans have lost sight of national discourse