Kyle Rittenhouse faces new legal issues, named in civil suit by family of Anthony Huber

The family of Anthony Huber, one of the men killed by Kyle Rittenhouse, has added the Antioch teen to their civil lawsuit.

Kyle Rittenhouse, Kenosha Shooting

1/23/2022 12:45:00 AM

The family of Anthony Huber , one of the men killed by Kyle Rittenhouse , has added the Antioch teen to their civil lawsuit .

It could prevent him from making personal profit and gain from the shootings, including any possible book deals or speaking engagements.

The $10 million lawsuit now includes Rittenhouse, Kenosha and its police department.It could prevent him from making personal profit and gain from the shootings, including any possible book deals or speaking engagements, CNN reported.A spokesperson for Rittenhouse did not respond to a request for comment from the

Washington Postregarding the civil suit, who broke the story.Earlier this week, Rittenhouse's attorney Mark Richards filed paperwork with the Kenosha County Circuit Court on Wednesday seeking the return of the items, explaining that Rittenhouse wants the AR-15-style rifle back so that it can be destroyed, the

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And we forget what Huber was doing. I’m sure he was just out there helping little lold lasies cross the street. Who is paying for lawyers ? Lower burden of proof in a civil suit. He may not have got what he deserved in criminal court but may in civil court. Sue Kyle's Ass. He went loaded and looking for trouble, carrying his gun in full view. Stand your ground does not apply.

Look at that Antioch, you're famous now 😡 Hahahaha This case will be quickly dismissed. The fact that an attorney even took their case shows just how long attorneys can go! DISGUSTING

Kyle Rittenhouse asks for items seized during Kenosha shooting arrest, including gun, to be returnedA motion filed in Kenosha County Circuit Court on Wednesday states that Rittenhouse wants the AR-15-style rifle returned so that it can be destroyed. I thought he had it illegally? This is a ridiculous picture Rittenhouse should never be allowed to have a gun ever again! He belongs in jail, not randomly killing people!

Kyle Rittenhouse wants rifle returned so it can be destroyed, court documents sayAttorneys for Kyle Rittenhouse filed a motion in court this week to have the gun and clothing seized after his arrest in 2020 returned to him. Sell it to the boys in Vegas at Pawn Stars for thousands! It's history.

Attorneys For Kyle Rittenhouse Want Property Seized By Kenosha Police In 2020 Returned, Gun DestroyedAttorneys for Kyle Rittenhouse this week asked that his personal property that was seized by Kenosha police when he was first arrested be returned, and that the gun he used to shoot and kill two people and wound a third be destroyed.

Kyle Rittenhouse Seeks Return of Gun Used During Kenosha Protest Kyle Rittenhouse , the Illinois man acquitted of fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during street protests in Kenosha in 2020, is seeking the return of the gun and other property that police seized after his arrest. Rittenhouse’s attorney Mark Richards filed paperwork with the Kenosha County Circuit Court on Wednesday seeking the return of the items, explaining that… He doesn’t want to donate it to the KKK Museum for posterity?! 🤔🙄😅 Time to trade up for the new model.

Kyle Rittenhouse seeks return of gun used during Kenosha protestLaw enforcement has had the gun since the day after Kyle Rittenhouse shot three men, two of them fatally, on Aug. 25, 2020, during a night of protests and unrest in Kenosha over the shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake, by a white police officer. POS. Hope he gets it! America is beyond gross

Kyle Rittenhouse Seeks Return Of Gun Used During Kenosha ProtestRittenhouse reportedly wants to destroy the rifle and plans to throw out his clothing so that no one can use any of it to “celebrate” the shootings. What a mensch. I mean doosh. $500 says he'll autograph them and auction them off. Bet. He will sell them. Bet on it.

Although lawyers convinced a jury that it was in self-defense, the burden of proof is very different in a civil case. The $10 million lawsuit now includes Rittenhouse, Kenosha and its police department. It could prevent him from making personal profit and gain from the shootings, including any possible book deals or speaking engagements, CNN reported. A spokesperson for Rittenhouse did not respond to a request for comment from the Washington Post regarding the civil suit, who broke the story. Earlier this week, Rittenhouse's attorney Mark Richards filed paperwork with the Kenosha County Circuit Court on Wednesday seeking the return of the items, explaining that Rittenhouse wants the AR-15-style rifle back so that it can be destroyed, the Kenosha News reported . He also wants the clothing he was wearing the night of the shootings returned. Law enforcement has had the gun since the day after Rittenhouse shot three men, two of them fatally, on Aug. 25, 2020, during a night of protests and unrest in the southeastern Wisconsin city of Kenosha over the shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake, by a white police officer. Rittenhouse turned himself in to police in his then-hometown of Antioch, Illinois, within hours of the shootings. In November, the 19-year-old was found not guilty of all charges related to the shooting deaths of Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and the wounding of Gaige Grosskreutz. Conservatives and gun rights advocates rallied around Rittenhouse in the days after his arrest, saying he was defending Kenosha from far-left militants. Others painted him as a trigger-happy vigilante. ALSO SEE: More on Kyle Rittenhouse Rittenhouse family spokesman David Hancock said Thursday that Rittenhouse wants to destroy the rifle and plans to throw out his clothing so that no one can use any of it to"celebrate" the shootings. "At the end of the day, two people did lose their lives, period," Hancock said."That weapon was involved in that. That weapon doesn't belong on a mantle. It doesn't belong in a museum. It belongs where Kyle wants it, and Kyle wants it destroyed. ... There's plenty of people out there who would like to hold these items up, on both sides. That's nothing Kyle's interested in." Rittenhouse said he went to Kenosha to protect property from rioters and that he acted in self-defense after he came under attack and feared for his life. Prosecutors portrayed Rittenhouse as a"wannabe soldier" who had gone looking for trouble, while his supporters regarded him as a patriot who took a stand against lawlessness.