First Name : Maurice

Last Name : Freeland

Approx. Age : 40

State : Wisconsin

Tags : Assault  


Maurice James Freeland, AKA "Jump Kick Man", AKA "Reese", AKA "Leviking", (DOB: 11/24/81) was seen in a video of the Kenosha riots on August 25, 2020, pursuing anti-Antifa hero Kyle Rittenhouse and kicking him in the face as Rittenhouse attempted to flee to police and then stumbled onto the ground. Rittenhouse fired his rifle twice at “jump kick man,” but missed. Prosecutors allegedly knew who "Jump Kick Man" was but illegally withheld the information from the defense. Freeland is a tough guy who attacked the much smaller Rittenhouse who is reportedly 5'9"/150 lb. Freeland is over 6' and weighs over 200 lb. Like the other left-wingers that Rittenhouse defended himself against, Freeland has a mile-long rap sheet. His crimes include: possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, theft, trespassing, escape, battery, criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct, parole violation, contempt of court, misappropriation of an ID and unauthorized use of a person's personal information (credit card). Freeland's baby mama said she was proud of his actions at the riot. He was reported some press reports as living in Racine but in reality he appears to live in Kenosha. Surprisingly, his house looks fairly nice although the neighborhood isn't the greatest. His MJ business must still be profitable.

Posted By : Anonymous in December 2021
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