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Hunting laws allowed Kyle Rittenhouse to carry weapon during fatal shootings in Wisconsin, lawyers say

Hunting laws allowed Kyle Rittenhouse to carry weapon during fatal shootings in Wisconsin, lawyers say

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  1. And this is why education on guns is important, any hunter worth their salt would know this Laywer is bullshitting his ass off, It takes a 2 second google to know that Open season in Wisconsin isn’t applicable in August, that the goddamn city is not a hunting sanctuary, and that hunting isn’t allowed on or near roads like in a lot of other hunting sanctuary states. Bad enough AR15s are seen as the boogey man, now they’re gonna wanna come for bolt actions and lever actions next?

  2. The kid was being chased down for even having the gun to begin with. People we’re attacking him. It’s clear as day on video. I’m not even going to go into the backgrounds of the people he shot because they were attacking him. If he wanted to go on a murder spree, he would have opened fire on people who were not attacking him as well. That simply didn’t happen.

  3. I don’t get this. I’m not American so I have no political ties to this issue but the guy was clearly being chased and attacked and shot the other guys in self defense so why does it matter if he had a gun or not?

  4. I remember watching a video showing the event, he shot two people in a mob attacking him.

    Sorry, but if someone tried to take a skateboard to the side of my head they’d get shot too. He has a case of self defense, and general stupidity for being there in the first place.

  5. Even without those laws, he would still be justified shooting his attackers in self defense.

    Meanwhile, the guy who shot up his school is out on bail and the media is happy about it…

  6. >“They can submit evidence that the defendant had a certificate to hunt and he was engaged in legal hunting on the streets of Kenosha that night,” Binger said, according to the newspaper.

    As a general rule, hunting human beings is not an activity for which an individual can acquire a certificate.

  7. Watching the video, removing emotion, I think he will only lose to the minor in possession charge. WI is an open carry state, he was ‘attacked violently’ by each of the victims, one that had a firearm another swinging a skateboard while he was trying to egress from the first ‘attack’. His shots were focused and controlled, and he sought law enforcement immediately after. Being there in the first place was a bad decision, being there armed a worse decision but other than being armed, not illegal. The state has to prove that he did not fear for his life at each pull of the trigger. Zimmerman, scum human being, same thing, he was being an asshole to a child, not illegal, maybe harassment if anything but, prove he didn’t fear for his life when he was getting his dumb ass beat when he pulled the trigger. Provoking, taunting, harassing is really isn’t something the cops can help you with, just a mitigating factor in the courtroom, for the surviving victim or the perpetrator.

  8. “They can submit evidence that the defendant had a certificate to hunt and he was engaged in legal hunting on the streets of Kenosha that night,” Binger said, according to the newspaper.

  9. No hunting inside city limits. Nice try though.

    Edit: Also Wisconsin has no open hunting seasons in June, July or August. The shooting happened inside the city limits August 25, 2020.

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