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The Survivor Of Gun Shot In Kenosha’s Protest Speaks Out


One of the three men shot during a night of protests in Kenosha last month survived, and he’s still re-experiencing it every day. That’s all I think about,” Gaige Grosskreutz, 22, disclosed in an exclusive interview on Tuesday. “I play it back in my head, I think about it all the time.”The gunshots, the screams and the chaos that followed still play out in his head as if it were August 25 again. I think about everything all the time,” Grosskreutz said. That night, protesters in the Wisconsin city were demanding justice after an officer repeatedly shot Jacob Blake in his back while his children watched from his car.Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, is accused in the shooting during the protest that followed.

He had an affinity for police his social media makes clear. He took part in a program for youth interested in becoming police officers.Now he faces two felony charges of homicide in the deaths of Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony M. Huber, and a felony attempted homicide charge in Grosskreutz’s incident. Rittenhouse is also facing charges of possessing a dangerous weapon while under the age of 18, which is a misdemeanor. Under Wisconsin law he is not legally allowed to possess a gun at his age. His attorney says he acted in self-defense.

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