Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2 million bond

Kyle Rittenhouse, teen charged in Kenosha shootings, says gun was bought with coronavirus stimulus

Black is now charged with two felony counts of intentionally giving a risky weapon to a minor resulting in death after Rittenhouse allegedly gunned down Anthony Huber and Joseph Rittenhouse during riots in Kenosha on August 25.

Rittenhouse told the Post he traveled to Kenosha the day before the shooting to visit a friend, just as initially peaceful protests over the police shooting of an unarmed Black man were turning violent. "I would've died that night if I didn't".

Rittenhouse is charged with first-degree intentional homicide, which could land him in prison for life, if convicted.

"No, I don't regret it", he said.

Kyle Rittenhouse spoke to The Washington Post by phone from a juvenile detention facility on the condition that the newspaper not ask about the shooting or events immediately preceding it. "I feel like I had to protect myself".

"I got my $1,200 from the coronavirus IL unemployment because I was on furlough from YMCA, and I got my first unemployment check, so I was like, 'Oh, I'll use this to buy it, '" Rittenhouse said.

Black, 19, of Kenosha, Wisconsin, was charged with two counts of intentionally giving a risky weapon to someone under 18 causing death, a felony.

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Black, of Kenosha, told investigators he bought Rittenhouse the Smith & Wesson M&P rifle because his pal was too young to do so himself. The publication added that minors cannot buy guns in the state but could participate in target practice in the presence of an adult.

Kenosha was experiencing protests and riots on the night before the shootings, and Mr.

Rittenhouse's ties Kenosha included a friend, who he said purchased his rifle for him using money Rittenhouse got from a COVID-19 government stimulus check.

The single mother of three said that her son should not have been in downtown Kenosha at the time of the shootings.

Black told police Rittenhouse said he opened fire because people were attacking him and were going to kill him. "And I got my first unemployment check, so I was like, 'Oh, I'll use this to buy it'".

The night of the incidents, Rittenhouse appeared on video saying, "our job is protect this business. and part of my job is to also help people". His lawyers said he acted in self-defense and will be acquitted.

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