Updated: Aug 26, 2020
It was done by the same guy, who was defending property from looters and rioters.
Video one shows the first shooting, which the guy with the AR gets charged/chased by a rioter. He opened fire:
The man retreated from area and was chased down by the mob and either tripped or was knocked down. One rioter hits him over the head with a skateboard and another approaches him with a handgun. He opens fire when surrounded on the ground:
One of those who charged him while on the ground and was shot was armed with a pistol:
Apparently the shooter approached the police to report the incidents after he got away from being attacked a second time. The outcome will likely be charges (similar to what happened in New Mexico), but who knows. Don’t mess with armed people, rioters. This isn’t a game. The man with the AR only opened fire because he was being attacked....twice. Due to the threat of possibly being disarmed when he was charged by the rioter (video one) and then the fact he was on the ground and hit with a skateboard and also approached by a rioter armed with a handgun (video 2), seems to be a self-defense case. Time will tell. The governor is in hot water though, as he declined additional help to keep the peace:
Update: Man with AR has been charged:
A 17-year-old has been arrested over the shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin last night that left two protesters dead and another injured in a possible vigilante attack amid a wave of looting.
Kyle Rittenhouse was arrested on Wednesday afternoon in his hometown of Antioch, Illinois and charged with first degree intentional homicide.
The Antioch Police Department complaint says the teenager 'fled the state of Wisconsin with the intent to avoid prosecution for that offense'. Antioch is about 15 miles from Kenosha.