August 25th was the three year anniversary of the day Killer Kyle Rittenhouse went on a shooting spree in Kenosha, Wisconsin, killing two people and injuring a third. It was also the day that the estate of Joseph Rosenbaum, Killer Kyle’s first fatality, filed a lawsuit against his killer, as well as the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office, the Kenosha Police Department, other agencies and numerous individuals, including police officers. The lawsuit accurately portrays Killer Kyle as on of the many vigilantes that swarmed to Kenosha, meaning to cause problems:
The filing, which seeks compensatory damages, alleges that law enforcement more or less allowed armed vigilantes to run amok on the night in question – and that local and county agencies “directly caused” Rosenbaum’s death in concert with Rittenhouse’s bullets.
During the protests, private citizens took up arms and patrolled the streets of Kenosha, acting as law enforcement agents,” the lawsuit reads. “Many of them had posted racist messages and threatened violence on social media before descending upon Kenosha. They made their plans known to law enforcement agents.”
The filing goes on to make the accusation plain.