Rittenhouse launches media accountability project for defamation lawsuits

U.S. 02/23/22, 03:24

A northern Illinois teen, who was acquitted of homicide, will devote himself to fighting libel and misinformation in mainstream media. Kyle Rittenhouse will establish The Media Accountability Project (TMAP) to hold news outlets accountable for spreading lies and defamatory statements. "We are going to be holding them accountable," he said in a ...

Marjorie Taylor Greene to honor Kyle Rittenhouse via new legislation

Politics 11/26/21, 20:13

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Tuesday, Nov. 23, introduced a bill to make Kyle Rittenhouse a legitimate recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal. Rittenhouse, now 18, was acquitted of all the homicide charges last week for fatally shooting two men and injuring one another in a situation the teenager said ...

NBA legend defends Rittenhouse, accuses critics of racism and profiteering

Basketball 11/24/21, 17:13

A former sporting celebrity believes an acquitted Kenosha shooter did nothing wrong. Kwame Brown believes accused gunman Kyle Rittenhouse only opened fire in self-defense. The former Philadelphia 76ers star accused black elites and white progressives of exploiting the young man's actions for political and financial gain. "[Progressives think,] 'We want to make ...

Rittenhouse: Biden attacked my character with actual malice

U.S. 11/24/21, 02:03

Kyle Rittenhouse encouraged President Joe Biden to watch his trial and "understand the facts before you make a statement" during an interview on Fox News Channel's "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Monday on Nov.22. Rittenhouse further claimed that Biden's labelling him a white supremacist is "actual malice," and that he is working ...

Rittenhouse reveals his college major and future plans

U.S. 11/23/21, 15:54

After being found not guilty on all charges in his murder trial last week, Kyle Rittenhouse told Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday night that he wanted to live a quiet life and that he wanted to go to college like any other person his age. The experiences of the ...

Father, daughter armed with AR-15s defend anti Rittenhouse protesters

U.S. 11/22/21, 15:39

A father and his daughter demonstrated with rifles to show disappointment with Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal on Nov. 21. Erick Jordan and his 16 year-old daughter, Jade, visibly displayed their AR-15s while protesting outside the Kenosha County Courthouse. They claimed protest organizers invited them to join. "We just do security for different groups," ...

Rittenhouse acquittal triggers unrest in New York, Portland and Chicago

New York 11/21/21, 15:42

A court's decision to acquit an accused shooter sparked widespread protests in New York and Portland, plus looting in Chicago on Nov. 19. Masses of activists shoplifted and demonstrated after Kenosha County Circuit Court freed Kyle Rittenhouse. Demonstrators showed strong dissatisfaction with Judge Bruce Schroeder, and a randomly selected jury. They made ...

Lawyer’s Rittenhouse: Don’t ‘crusade,’ defend

U.S. 11/20/21, 22:33

Soon after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges against him by a Wisconsin jury, defense attorney Mark Richards slammed his predecessors. He said their tactics—leaning into Rittenhouse's portrayal as a rallying point for the right to bear arms and defend oneself—were not his. Richards was determined to stay away from ...

Kyle Rittenhouse to attend college and become a nurse

U.S. 11/20/21, 00:11

18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse will leave Kenosha with its horrific experience behind him and live life as any young teenager of his age, according to his Defense attorney. "There are no winners. Kyle now gets to live his life like a free young man," David Hancock, the Kyle Rittenhouse spokesperson, told Fox6. ...

Biden says Americans should protest ‘peacefully’ on Rittenhouse verdict

U.S. 11/19/21, 23:43

President Biden urged Americans to protest "peacefully" and within the law following the not guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Earlier the president described his feelings about the Friday, Nov. 19 verdict as "angry and concerning." "I urge everyone to express their views peacefully, consistent with the rule of law," ...

Kyle Rittenhouse verdict: Not guilty on all counts in Kenosha shootings

U.S. 11/19/21, 17:56

Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts by a jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Friday, Nov. 19, bringing an end to a stressful trial that centered on the city's fatal turmoil last summer. According to Fox News, if proven guilty and convicted of first-degree intentional homicide, Rittenhouse, 18, would have ...

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