NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A high-ranking Norfolk Police officer who was found donating to the defense fund of Kyle Rittenhouse has been fired from the police department.

Kyle Rittenhouse is the man charged with the murder of two Black Lives Matter protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last August.

According to the Guardian newspaper on Friday, Sgt. William Kelly, who served as the executive officer of NPD’s internal affairs division, made an anonymous $25 donation to Rittenhouse’s defense in September. However Kelly used an official email address linked to himself, the Guardian reported.

Norfolk Police officer fired after anonymous donation to Kyle Rittenhouse defense fund

At first it looks like he is being extremely punished for using governmental resources, but truthfully is not that simple:

In a release sent Tuesday, Norfolk City Manager Chip Filer said he has accepted the recommendation of Chief Boone to relieve Kelly of his duty.

“I have reviewed the results of the internal investigation involving Lt. William Kelly.  Chief Larry Boone and I have concluded Lt. Kelly’s actions are in violation of City and departmental policies. His egregious comments erode the trust between the Norfolk Police Department and those they are sworn to serve. The City of Norfolk has a standard of behavior for all employees, and we will hold staff accountable.”

Before this incident, Jason Nguyen a reporter with KTVX news station out of Salt Lake City actually went to a paramedic’s home to “interview him” about his $10 donation to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense fund.  Astute readers will promptly figure this was nothing more than Doxxing under the cover of news interest.

You either cannot give a damn if your name is associated with a less-than-celebre cause or we may end up having to institute our own Hawala networks to bypass this kind of breaches.

Or simply we need to shake off our reticence and start playing with their book… and then some.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Next: The sabotage of the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial.”
  1. The time is long past that “we” should have started playing by “their” rules… We should use their playbook, and give them a dose of their own medicine, and twice as hard…

    1. Saul Alinsky’s work is available. Not enough people read it. It is actually brilliant.

      Too bad the people who read it use it to destroy, not to improve.

    2. A level playing field presumes equitable referees – in this case, the judicial system.

      Playing by their rules has much higher post-play consequences for us than for them, throughout the whole process. Unless that changes, trying to play by their rules is a recipe for ruining your life and those of your family.

      Of course, if you’re already at the point where that no longer matters to you for whatever reason….? That’s a different analysis.

  2. If such a “journalist” like Nguyen tried to get “my side” of the story, my side would be that I would hold him and anyone associated with my doxxing personally responsible for whatever threats/actions others took against me.

  3. this won’t end until some of these people start experiencing some “blowback” for their actions.

  4. “BLM Activists Call For Hunting Down George Zimmerman And Killing Him”

    “Norfolk Police Department fires officer who was outed for donating $25 to defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse”

    Get some popcorn and keep your powder dry. 2021 doesn’t look to be any better than 2020 was. SMH

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