KENOSHA, Wisconsin — Tempers flared as Kyle Rittenhouse supporters and counter-protesters squared off shortly after a jury found the teen not guilty on all five counts.
In an early confrontation, a Rittenhouse supporter with a loudspeaker system was backed into a corner by an apparent counter-protester.
“You don’t touch my stuff,” the man yelled after being pushed back against the wall. The video shows a man who identified himself as Clyde McLemore, founder of the Lake County, Illinois, chapter of Black Lives Matter, is seen in the video pushing forward and repeatedly touching the man’s sound system.
“This is what’s wrong with America,” the Rittenhouse supporter continued. “They think that they can touch other people’s property.” A short time later, McLemore appears to