Wisconsin man admits to firing first shots on the night of the Kyle Rittenhouse shooting

New Video in Kenosha Riot Suggests 17-Year-Old Shooter Kyle Rittenhouse Was  Fired Upon First

According to a criminal complaint obtained by the New York Post, a Wisconsin man has been charged by Wisconsin authorities with multiple crimes after he reportedly admitted to having fired the first of a number of fateful shots that rang out in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on the night of Aug. 25.

According to the Post, 35-year-old Wisconsin native Joshua Ziminski and his wife both admitted to detectives that Ziminski fired a “warning shot” into the air immediately before Rittenhouse allegedly shot and killed Joseph Rosenbaum during a tense night of protests. The detectives are the same detectives who have been in charge of investigating Rittenhouse’s activities on that evening.

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2 Responses to Wisconsin man admits to firing first shots on the night of the Kyle Rittenhouse shooting

  1. Truth-in-Tension says:

    Thank you for the update.

  2. MN Steel says:

    Another update. No gun charges for a prohibited person discharging a firearm during a riot.

    https://concealednation.org/2020/10/charges-dropped-against-first-kenosha-shooter-who-fired-into-air/

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