KENOSHA — Gaige Grosskreutz and the Estate of Anthony Huber, Kenosha protest shooting victims, issued notice of claims against the City and County of Kenosha, the Kenosha police chief, Kenosha County sheriff, and employees of the Police Department and Sheriff's Office Sunday, Jan. 3.
Grosskreutz's notice claims that he has suffered "significant permanent physical damage" along with pain and suffering, loss of income and future earnings due to law enforcement's intentional acts of negligence during the protest on Aug. 25, 2020.
It claims Kyle Rittenhouse allegedly shot and killed two people, including Anthony Huber, and injured Grosskreutz.
Grosskreutz is requesting $10 million as compensation for damages.
The notice filed by the Estate of Huber makes the same claims, alleging that Kenosha law enforcement's negligence resulted in Huber's death.
Huber's mother, Karen Bloom, and father, John Huber JR., are also requesting $10 million as compensation for their son's death and suffered damages.