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Rittenhouse Case: Mysterious ‘Jump Kick Man’ ID’ed As ‘Career Criminal’ And Domestic Abuser

A Milwaukee radio station reported Tuesday 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.”

News Talk 1130’s Dan O’Donnell 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. […]

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“The Dan O’Donnell Show” is not naming Jump Kick Man, as he has not been criminally charged in connection with the Rittenhouse case. Sources indicate that he contacted prosecutors and offered to testify, but in exchange requested immunity from an ongoing drunk driving and domestic abuse case with which he was charged in June. Prosecutors declined his offer and chose not to call him as a witness in the Rittenhouse case.

According to online court records, Jump Kick Man has a criminal record that dates back more than two decades, with multiple felony convictions for car theft, ID theft, drug possession, and escaping custody. Given this and a recent prior conviction for misdemeanor battery (and a subsequent probation revocation), Jump Kick Man should have been sentenced to at least some jail time following his most recent conviction.

Isn’t it amazing how Kyle Rittenhouse got the book thrown at him while his assailants like this lowlife, serial child molester and domestic abuser Joseph Rosenbaum, drunk-driving, grandma abusing Gaige Grosskreutz, and domestic abuser Anthony Huber were all free to roam the streets?

 

What are the odds that every last person he shot was a domestic abuser?

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Article by Chris Menahan

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