BOOM! Man Who Fired First Shots Behind Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha Finally Getting Justice
Kyle Rittenhouse has gone through a lot over the past month and a half, and all of it for simply defending his life.
There is no doubt in my mind that had the thugs in Kenosha been trying to attack Rittenhouse, all of these people would still be alive today.
Had they not thrown a Molotov cocktail at him and not fired shots while he’s running, and not tried to shoot him while on the ground, they would all still be alive.
These idiots should know not to attack someone who has a gun, this is common sense and the fundamental principle in “How to Stay Alive 101”.
Now, the man who actually fired the first shots in Kenosha which likely set off the chain of events that transpired is finally being charged.
Joshua Ziminski is being charged with disorderly conduct, use of a dangerous weapon. I’m not quite sure how I feel about the charge as it seems kind of weak to me.
In the criminal complaint,
“In another video, the defendant and Kelly are seen walking near a fire in the area of the Ultimate Gas Station lot. In later video, the defendant’s right arm is seen on the video, which is taken near 63rd Street and Sheridan Road, in the City and County of Kenosha, State of Wisconsin. Detective Howard reports the defendant’s arm pointing the gun upward towards the sky,” the document explains. “Detective Howard observed a muzzle flash emit from the handgun, and heard a gunshot at the same time. In another video, the defendant is clearly seen at that same location. The defendant is seen walking in the same area, holding his right arm upwards, and firing off one shot from his handgun. The defendant and his wife are then seen leaving the area. Several other people are in the nearby vicinity when the defendant fires the handgun.”
It goes on to say that, “In speaking to them, both admitted that the defendant had fired off a ‘warning shot’ into the air during the night of August 25, 2020.”
So we have an admission that he did fire the weapon which is a good thing. He will definitely lose his ability to possess a firearm and hopefully will do some jail time.