Anthony Huber – Kenosha Parks Committee
The Kenosha Parks Committee will vote on whether to honor career criminal Anthony Huber with a plaque and memorial tree in Anderson Park.
Huber was killed when he attacked Kyle Rittenhouse with a skateboard during the violent BLM-Antifa rioting in Kenosha, Wisconsin in the summer of 2020.
He was a violent career criminal.
Kenosha County Eye reported:
The career violent criminal and felon, Anthony Huber might have a memorial tree planted and plaque installed at Kenosha’s Anderson Park. That is, if the all-democrat parks committee approves the request with at least 3 votes.. The request was made on April 5, 2022 by Huber’s girlfriend Hannah Gittings who lives in Spring Grove, IL
We’ve all seen the photos and videos. While Kyle was running towards police, violent protesters attacked. One man drop-kicked Kyle. Huber struck Kyle in his head with a skateboard. Anthony Huber lived a life of severe violence and crime. He was given several chances in life to change course. With his most serious conviction, the Judge showed him some undeserved mercy and sentenced him to probation. He later had his probation revoked and went to prison for new crimes.
In 2012, Huber held a 6-inch-long butcher knife to his brothers neck and violently attacked him. He told his brother he was going to “gut him like a pig.” He choked his brother and dug his nails into his neck. His brother could not breath for 10 seconds. He then stabbed him in the ear. He then threatened to burn the house down and kill his mother, grandmother and siblings. Huber left on his skateboard.
In 2017, Huber was in an argument with his sister. His mother called the police and told them that “(Huber) has a history of abusive behavior.” He Karate kicked her and she fell down in pain. He told the police that it wasn’t “wrong” to hurt his sister.
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