Kyle Rittenhouse flashes white-power sign at bar while out on bond

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Photos show teen gunman Kyle Rittenhouse allegedly flashing white-power symbols while downing beers with members of the Proud Boys — images prosecutors are using to stiffen his bond conditions.

The 18-year-old was celebrated by members of the right-wing group at a Wisconsin bar just 90 minutes after he was arraigned on Jan. 5 for the deadly Kenosha riots, Kenosha County prosecutors said in court documents.

Wearing a T-shirt reading “Free as F–k,” Rittenhouse was serenaded with the Proud Boys anthem, “Proud of Your Boy” — and then repeatedly made the “OK” sign, which has been “co-opted as a symbol of white supremacy/ white power” and used by neo-Nazis and the KKK, prosecutors alleged.

Rittenhouse — who was with his mother at the bar — was shown making the symbol several times in surveillance images used in court filings to try to restrict his $2 million bond conditions.

The 18-year-old was filmed downing three beers in 90 minutes in Pudgy’s Pub in Mount Pleasant, prosecutors said, while noting it was legal in bars in the Badger State because his mother was with him.


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