Dominick Black, Man Who Gave Kyle Rittenhouse AR-15 Rifle In Kenosha Shootings, Expected To Take Plea Deal – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – The man who bought Kyle Rittenhouse the AR-15 rifle that was used in the Kenosha shootings is expected to make a plea deal on Monday.

Dominick Black is charged with supplying a minor with a dangerous weapon that resulted in death. The proposed settlement agreement suggests Black would be pleading no competition and would pay a fine of $ 2,000.

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The criminal charge would be dropped. Black will appear before the same judge who led the Rittenhouse trial. He could turn down the deal or dismiss the original crime charges.

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Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges in November after shooting and killing three people in Kenosha last year.

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He had faced five charges, including charges of reckless first degree homicide, reckless first degree harm, premeditated first degree homicide and attempted first degree attempted homicide. If convicted, he faces life imprisonment.

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