Kyle Rittenhouse’s Attorney Thanks Ricky Schroder for Helping Pay $2M Bond

Kyle Rittenhouse’s Attorney Thanks Ricky Schroder for Helping Pay $2M Bond

Militia member says Kenosha police sought to push protesters toward them on night of deadly shootings

Militia member says Kenosha police sought to push protesters toward them on night of deadly shootings

In this Facebook post after the Aug. 25, 2020 fatal shooting of two protesters and wounding of a third, Ryan Balch apologizes for social media posts promoting white supremacy. Balch was among the militia members in Kenosha who answered a call to protect the city that day. (Wisconsin Watch)

How Facebook Failed Kenosha

Despite Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s previous statements that the company had removed a militia event where people discussed gathering in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to shoot and kill protesters, the company never took any such action, BuzzFeed News has learned. The event was taken down by the militia group itself after two people were killed.

Here’s how Facebook failed Kenosha.

How Facebook Failed Kenosha

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