An extreme-left activist attorney dismissed a lawsuit earlier this month she filed on behalf of the dead pedophile, Joseph Rosenbaum, against Kyle Rittenhouse and multiple law enforcement agencies. Attorney Kimberly Motley, of North Carolina filed a dismissal on January 4, 2024, with a grammatical error, stating in part. “As grounds, Plaintiff Estate has been unavailable to counsel to move this matter forward.” This makes Motley 0 for 5 in terms of lawsuits related to the Rittenhouse shootings and riots.
The suit was filed on August 25, 2023 and had not been served on the defendants. In the 48-page lawsuit, Motley paints Rosenbaum as a valued member of the community who was “peacefully protesting” on August 25, 2020. This was obviously disputed by videos to anyone who watched the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. The suit repeats long-debunked lies like Rittenhouse crossing state lines, him carrying the gun being illegal, the rifle being a “weapon of war,” and the Police department and Sheriff’s Departments deputizing citizens. Motley also claims that no business owners took up arms to protect their businesses. Motley also says in the suit that “Rittenhouse fired his assault rifle (sic) indiscriminately multiple times at citizens on the street.” In fact, many firearm experts have complimented Rittenhouse’s use of his rifle on that night, only hitting his intended targets. She also wrote that “…Rosenbaum was not a danger to himself or others…” In fact, Rosenbaum had just been released from a mental hospital. Later in the complaint Motley clams that the career criminal Anthony Huber was a hero. One of the more outrageous claims made by Motley is “If a black person [in place of Rittenhouse] had approached the police with an assault rifle (sic), offering to patrol the streets with the police, he most likely would have been shot dead.” Motley also falsely claims that only white people were armed on August 25, 2020.
The below are the cases of actions for the suit:
Conspiracy to Deprive Constitutional Rights
Conspiracy To Obstruct Justice Based on Invidious Discrimination
First Amendment Retaliation
Deprivation of Due Process
Failure to Intervene
Municipal Liability/Monell Policy Claim
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
Negligent Hiring, Supervision and Training
Two lawsuits remain pending against Rittenhouse – The Estate of Anthony Huber, and Gaige Grosskreutz, aka Paul Prediger.Resenbaum Dismissal Water Water 1