Gaige Grosskreutz, the only one of the three men shot by Kyle Rittenhouse during a night of protests in Kenosha last year who survived, has been called to testify in the ongoing criminal trial.
Rittenhouse shot and injured Grosskreutz, who approached him shortly after Anthony Huber was shot, the criminal complaint alleged.
Grosskreutz ducked to the ground when Huber was shot and took a step back, according to the complaint. Grosskreutz put his hands in the air and then began to move toward Rittenhouse, who then fired one shot, hitting Grosskreutz in the arm, according to the complaint. Grosskreutz was holding a handgun but had his hands up, the complaint says.
Grosskreutz is taking the stand now.