What’s Really Wrong About the Kyle Rittenhouse Case?

Self-defense, versus he should have never been there

Kyle Rittenhouse-Courtesy of NY Times and Jaun English News USA

The Kyle Rittenhouse trial is turning into a bit of a horror show, as of late.

Many of you may have seen the commercial, advertising a popular insurance company. It depicts a group of victims in a horror movie, making bad decisions that lead to their demise. Because that’s what you do in horror…

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I live in Oregon. I’m a retired Police Officer and Forensic Child Interviewer. Writing and music are two of my passions.

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Scott Snyder

Scott Snyder

I live in Oregon. I’m a retired Police Officer and Forensic Child Interviewer. Writing and music are two of my passions.

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