90 Miles From Tyranny : Virginia cop fired when hackers revealed he donated $25 to Rittenhouse’s defense fund demands job back

Monday, November 22, 2021

Virginia cop fired when hackers revealed he donated $25 to Rittenhouse’s defense fund demands job back

A Virginia police lieutenant who was fired in April after the establishment press doxxed him for donating $25 to a defense fund for since-acquitted former suspect Kyle Rittenhouse is desperate to get his job back and wishes more Americans, including his former employer, had done their research instead of rushing to judgment.

“I’ve been a homicide detective, a violent crimes investigator for years. I have a background. I watched the video of the shooting, and I’d seen the video of the journalists of Mr. Rittenhouse before the shooting and the protesters before the shooting,” the former Norfolk Police Department cop, William Kelly III, said in an interview Friday with the Daily Mail.

“And I thought it painted a pretty clear picture that Mr. Rittenhouse had a very strong claim for self-defense. I was very surprised when he was charged soon after the shooting with these murders and the shooting of the third victim.”

Virtually everybody who actually reviewed the evidence reached the exact same conclusion. But many didn’t review anything.

“If people consumed as much information as I did about the case they may have come to a different conclusion,” Kelly noted.

Indeed, even notorious leftist Ana Kasparian eventually admitted — better late than ever — that she’d had the case all wrong:

However, Kelly stressed that even if Rittenhouse had been convicted despite the evidence strongly favoring him, that wouldn’t have justified the Norfolk Police Department firing him for his opinion.

“Everything I’m saying is just my personal opinion … This is America. You can agree with your neighbors and other people in your community and you can disagree with them,” he said.

“Just because someone has a different opinion than you, it doesn’t mean you should destroy their lives, take their job away. My opinion on the self-defense claim of Mr. Rittenhouse has no impact on my ability to do my job as a police officer.”

And truth be told, it’s not like he even loudly broadcast his opinion the way leftists tend to do with theirs.

He anonymously donated to a Rittenhouse fundraiser at the Christian fundraising site GiveSendGo, where he left the following message for the since-acquitted man: “God Bless. Thank you for your courage. Keep your head up. You’ve done nothing wrong. Every rank-and-file police officer supports you.”

But his donation soon became public knowledge thanks to this radical left-wing activist:

Emma Best is the founder of Distributed Denial of Secrets, a left-wing group that hacked GiveSendGo’s website and then shared its findings with the establishment press.

In response, the establishment press rushed to publish the names of every police officer and public official who’d donated to Rittenhouse’s fundraiser, including...

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  1. And nothing has happened to Emma Best why again? Time for these people to suffer consequences.

  2. Sue their asses off and get hired back. Get so much money you can then resign.

  3. Go the sue route. Do you really want to work in a department that would fire you? Use some of the money to replace some of the elected officials and leadership. Then go back after the house is clean. Otherwise they'll just find another reason to make your life miserable.


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