The office requested that Rittenhouse be prohibited from possessing or drinking alcohol or in any place where it provides services; prohibiting public display of any “white power” or “white supremacy” signs, symbols or gestures; and any known militia members or any violence The white power/white supremacist groups (including groups labeled as “proud boys”) have no connection.
The prosecutor said that about 90 minutes after the interrogation, Rittenhouse and his mother were found in a local bar. Surveillance video confirmed his existence and behavior.
The motion stated that Rittenhouse, together with others, flashed the “OK” sign, which has been selected by a known white supremacist group as a sign of the “White Power”” and “beer served directly by the bartender.” . .
The document also states that Rittenhouse turned 18 this month and lived in Illinois. The bill states: “According to Illinois law, possession or consumption of alcohol in a public place is a Class A misdemeanor for anyone under the age of 21.”
However, in Wisconsin, it is legal for people under 21 to own and drink alcohol if accompanied by a parent.
The prosecutors also asked the court to “ban the defendant from publicly displaying signs and gestures related to violent white supremacist groups, and forbid establishing contacts with well-known members of these groups, especially with proud boys”, because they believe this may lead to potential Potential harm. Intimidation of witnesses.
Rittenhouse pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against him.
CNN has contacted Rittenhouse’s lawyers for comment.
Rittenhouse’s lawyer insisted that Rittenhouse was in self-defense when he shot.
At a hearing last month, Rittenhouse’s lawyer Mark Richards accused the prosecutor of giving a “unilateral, stereotyped impression” of the incident that night.
Richards introduced a screenshot of the surveillance video, which he said showed his client was defending himself when he was being chased by gun protesters. In another image, Rittenhouse appears to be hit by a skateboard on the ground.