Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with 5 felonies + 1 misdemeanor.
He is facing a maximum sentence of life + 170 years and 9 months.
Kyle’s charges and the evidence the prosecutors are currently relying on are outlined in this thread.
The most serious charge is Intentional Homicide of Anthony Huber, on which Kyle faces life + 5 years.
Evidence shows Huber hitting Kyle with a skateboard while Kyle is on the ground, then Huber struggles to get the rifle out of Kyle’s hands. One shot is fired during the struggle.
Kyle is charged with Reckless Homicide in the death of Joseph Rosenbaum, max penalty 65 years.
According to @RichieMcGinniss, Kyle was running from Rosenbaum, who was chasing him & threw an object at him. The moment he was shot, Rosenbaum was attempting to grab Kyle’s weapon.
Kyle is charged with Attempted Intentional Homicide of Gaige Grosskreutz, max penalty 65 years as charged.
Grosskreutz approached Kyle, who was sitting on the ground at that moment, with a pistol in his right hand. Kyle shot Grosskreutz in the arm holding the pistol.
Kyle is charged with Reckless Endangerment of
@RichieMcGinniss, a @DailyCaller
reporter. Max penalty 17.5 years.
McGinniss was following behind Kyle and Rosenbaum when Rosenbaum attacked Kyle and Kyle shot in response. McGinniss was not injured.
Kyle is charged with Reckless Endangerment of “unknown male”, max penalty 17.5 years in prison.
Here is a photo by @ElijahSchaffer
of this “unknown male” and what he was doing to Kyle right before Kyle shot at him, without injuring him.
Kyle is charged with misdemeanor Possession of a Dangerous Weapon under age 18 for a Smith & Wesson AR-15 rifle under section (2)(a) of a law that later in section (3)(c), in unfortunately confusing terms, actually permits rifle possession at age 16+. CC