'Jump Kick Man' Who Attacked Kyle Rittenhouse EXPOSED as Career Criminal Who Should Have Been in Jail During Riots

While the mainstream media is working overtime to paint Kyle Rittenhouse as a criminal, his attackers continue to be exposed as exactly that!

Excellent investigative reporting from Dan O'Donnell at 1130 WISN News/Talk exposes the man seen attacking Rittenhouse with a jump kick as a 40-year old black man from Kenosha, WI with an extensive criminal record. 
1130 WSN News/Talk reports:

"'The Dan O'Donnell Show'" can now report exclusively that Jump Kick Man is a 40-year-old Black male from Kenosha with an extensive criminal record who was at the time of the Rittenhouse shootings on probation following a conviction for domestic violence battery. He faced a maximum sentence of nine months in jail, but less than two months before he kicked Rittenhouse, he accepted a plea deal that netted him 12 months' probation. The following year, he violated the terms of his probation and was sentenced to seven months in jail.

Had Jump Kick Man been sentenced to even two months in jail instead of probation, he would not have been in Kenosha the night of the shootings. His kick, which prompted Rittenhouse to fire two shots at him, may well have provoked Huber to strike Rittenhouse with his skateboard a second time, causing Rittenhouse to shoot and kill him. That in turn prompted Grosskreutz to advance on Rittenhouse and draw his handgun on him, which caused Rittenhouse to shoot him in the arm.

Jump Kick Man's actions likely set these events in motion, and thus had he not been on the streets of Kenosha that night, it is entirely possible that Huber and Grosskreutz would not have been shot.'"

O'Donnell, the host of the "Dan O'Donnell Show" goes on to state that they are not yet naming Jump Kick Man, as he has not been criminal charges in connection with the Rittenhouse case.

According to O'Donnell's sources, the man in question contacted prosecutors, offering to testify in exchange for immunity from an ongoing drunk driving and domestic abuse case (what is it with Rittenhouse's attackers and domestic abuse)? 

According to the report, Jump Kick Man has a criminal report that dates back more than two decades.

His criminal charges include felony convictions for car theft, ID theft, drug possession, escaping custody, along with middemeanor charges for battery. 

You can read the full report here

It is clear that the system failed Kyle Rittenhouse. 

They let Kenosha burn, refused to do anything, and because of their weak handling of career violent criminals, he was left to face violent agitators with long criminal records in the street. 

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