Photos Show Kyle Rittenhouse With Proud Boys, Flashing White Power Sign


Kyle Rittenhouse may find himself in hot water yet again after photos appear to show the accused shooter of posing with Proud Boys and flashing white power signs. The pictures show Rittenhouse and his moth in Pudgy’s Pub in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin on January 5, the day he pleaded not guilty to first-degree intentional homicide for killing two men during a protest in support of Jacob Blake Jr. Local outlets report that Rittenhouse was serenaded and seen flashing the white power "OK" sign. Rittenhouse was also spotted consuming beer, but Wisconsin permits the consumption of beer in the presence of a parent at 18 years old.

In light of these photos, prosecutors have requested that the conditions of Rittenhouse's bail be tightened. Prosecutors hope to prohibit Rittenhouse from publicly fraternizing with known white supremacists, drinking alcohol and flashing white power signs.

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“The defendant’s continued association with members of a group that prides itself on violence, and the use of their symbols, raises the significant possibility of future harm,” prosecutors wrote.

“Further, this association may serve to intimidate potential witnesses, who may be unwilling to testify in this case because they may fear that the defendant’s associates with harming them or their families.”

Making matters worse, Rittenhouse was not only seen partying with Proud Boys, but his clothing may also come into focus as the trial nears. The accused murderer was photographed wearing a shirt that reads, "Free as f---." Despite the worsening nature of the pandemic, Rittenhouse nor the men he was seen with wore masks either.

Rittenhouse nor his attorneys have not commented on the matter.

Photo Credit: Getty Images


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