Last Updated on August 26, 2020
Video footage with multiple angles shows 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse acting in self defense during the first alleged shooting that occurred in Kenosha, Wisconsin last night amidst widespread Black Lives Matter riots and looting.
In the footage, the red shirted rioter who was seen earlier screaming “shoot me ni**ga” can be seen chasing Rittenhouse after tying the red shirt around his own head.
The rioter can be seen throwing a heavy object at Rittenhouse, before chasing him around the side of a car.
One shot, seemingly not from Rittenhouse’s weapon, can be heard as well as the chant “f**k you” in the background as the looter closes in on Rittenhouse, who turns and appears to fire several shots, dropping the assailant to the ground.
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Rittenhouse then leaves the scene while being chased by members of the mob.
National File also reported on video that appears to show the first man shot by the alleged shooter urging violence moments before the incident, repeatedly shouting “shoot me n**ga” at an armed man who appears to be Rittenhouse.
Towards the end of the video below, a short bald man in a red shirt and blue shorts with red facial hair and green ear piercings can be seen shouting, “Don’t point no motherf**king gun at me homie… f**k you and everything you got. Shoot me n**ga! Shoot me n**ga!”
Moments later, the bald man in the red shirt was shot in the parking lot, as multiple rounds were fired off. The location of the injury appeared to be the man’s head.
Looters screamed “call the police” and attempted to use the man’s shirt as a tourniquet around the head wound.
A man holding a rifle who appeared to be the shooter fled the scene as members of the crowd screamed “Get outta here” and “get that motherf**ker.”
The shooter was then chased down the street, where another altercation ensued as reported on earlier by National File.
Despite the exculpatory evidence in videos of both shooting, authorities have charged Rittenhouse with first-degree murder.