Rioter Who’s Fortunate To Be Alive After Using Gun To Threaten Kyle Rittenhouse, Derides Him For Crying On Witness Stand

Gaige Grosskreutz admitted to pointing his gun at Rittenhouse before being shot


The lone survivor shot by Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year said Thursday that he believes the teen’s emotional display at his murder trial was mostly about him being “upset that he was caught” for the shootings.

Gaige Grosskreutz, 27, a paramedic shot in the arm, said it was “emotional” to watch Rittenhouse, 18, testify about injuring him and killing two other men last summer as riots broke out in the city over racial injustice.


“To me, it seemed like a child who just gotten caught doing something that he wasn’t supposed to — more upset that he was caught and less upset about what he had done and what he had taken and the numerous lives that he affected through his actions that night,” Grosskreutz said on “Good Morning America.”

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