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Cops Help 92-Year-Old WW2 Veteran Who Was Using Stove to Keep Warm

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A 92-year-old World War II veteran was blessed by a police officer who went above and beyond after responding to a theft call.

Louis C. Hicks, from Austin, Texas was using the stove in his house to keep warm. After calling the police to report tools being stolen from his shed, Officer Chastity Salazar of the Austin Police Department noticed the unsafe conditions Hicks was living in.

Officer Salazar along with some of her coworkers, came together and bought Hicks a heater for his house, according to Liftable. Not stopping there, the team then had an electric fireplace installed in the house. Another helper, Officer Bino Cadenas, visited Hicks often and found out more things the veteran “wished he could have” – including shirts, underwear, chips and peanuts.

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Not one to ask for anything, Hicks was overwhelmed with gratitude at the kind donations, KVUE reported.

“I’ve never had no one to do nothing for me,” an emotional Hicks said. “After my mother passed away and left me to take care of my two sisters — nobody never did nothing to help me.”

“You hate to ask anybody ’cause sometimes they’ll frown on you, and I’m a true veteran,” Hicks said. “I won’t ask. I won’t ask.”

In the heartwarming story, the veteran finished out his interview stating, “God is good”. Hicks is still taking donations; his “wish list” and how to donate can be found here.

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Illinois Court Approves Extradition of 17-Year-Old Kyle Rittenhouse to Wisconsin on Murder Charges

Michelle Malkin has reported the unfortunate news.

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Right-wing pundit Michelle Malkin broke some very unfortunate news for anyone who hopes to see justice for 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, the shooter who became an American hero after shooting two ANTIFA terrorists in self-defense at a riot in Kenosha, Wisc. in August.

Malkin has been publishing updates about Rittenhouse’s case throughout the day:

Unfortunately for Rittenhouse, the motion filed by his lawyers to prevent extradition was denied by the Lake County Circuit Court on Friday. It is feared that this will lead to Rittenhouse receiving a politically-motivated kangaroo court trial in which he will be tried as an adult.

“According to Illinois law, this Illinois court shall not rule on the State of Wisconsin’s statutes that charge a 17-year-old as an adult. According to Illinois law, an Illinois court cannot opine on the safety or alleged lack thereof of Rittenhouse in the State of Wisconsin,” the court stated in their decision

“These questions…are not to be addressed in an Illinois extradition proceeding. These are matters that can be raised in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, through pre-trial proceedings or during trial,” they added.

Malkin posted the full extradition ruling on her Twitter account, noting that Rittenhouse’s legal team is already working on an appeal:

Big League Politics has reported about Rittenhouse’s capture and how the establishment wants to make an example of him so patriots have no recourse but to submit to ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter terrorism:

The attorney for 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse appeared on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight on Monday to defend his client against a smear campaign meant to destroy his reputation as he faces first-degree murder charges for shooting three communists at a riot in Kenosha, Wisc. last week.

“This is 100 percent self-defense,” Rittenhouse’s lawyer John Pierce said. “The only individuals Kyle shot were the three individuals attacking him and putting him at risk. This is a 17-year-old kid, this is amazing what he did.”

Pierce explained that Rittenhouse was being menaced by pedophile Joseph Rosenbaum, who is now dead. Rosenbaum was “leading the attack” and “began to assault him from behind, attempted to take his weapon, take his firearm, and Kyle, when he turned, he instantaneously had no choice but to defend himself by firing because he was in imminent danger of serious bodily harm or death.”

“They began screaming that Kyle needed to be killed, and they were going to kill him. They started relentlessly hunting him as prey as he ran down the street attempting to retreat,” Pierce said.

Pierce said that the individuals who were attacking Rittenhouse ought to be charged, and the fact that Rittenhouse is in jail right now is a disgrace.

“Where are the charges for aggravated assault against Kyle Rittenhouse? Where are the charges for arson in our cities? Where are the charges for rioting? Where are the charges for crossing state lines? And where are the charges against the people who are funding this activity?” Pierce asked.

“Why is [Kyle] the one sitting in jail tonight as forces within this country sickeningly attempt to find a way to bring harm to him while he’s in detention?” he continued.

“It is sickening,” Carlson responded.

Rittenhouse is in the fight for his life, and the court system is not likely to do him any favors as he struggles to reclaim his lost freedom.

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