Joseph Rosenbaum is a native of Tempe, Arizona, in the United States.

He attended McClintock High School in Tempe, Arizona, United States during his adolescence.

However, no information regarding his hometown and origins has surfaced as of yet.

Joseph Rosenbaum was a convicted felon who had served ten years in jail.

After being convicted of sexual behavior with a juvenile, he spent more than ten years of his life in an Arizona jail.

According to Conan Daily, Joseph Rosenbaum was convicted of assault with a weapon on January 22, 2007, possession or manufacture of a weapon on May 15, 2008, tampering with security or safety development on April 10, 2009, arson, and possession of drugs or narcotics on October 23, 2009.

Joseph’s illicit actions don’t stop there.

Kyle Rittenhouse Shooting Case Details

Kyle Rittenhouse shot and murdered Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, as well as ripped apart Gaige Grosskreutz’s arm off.

Rittenhouse fired four bullets at Joseph, once in the front, once in the back, and once in the side of the head.

Rittenhouse’s pistol was loaded with 30 full metal jacket bullets, which are meant to pierce their intended target.

The seconds after Rittenhouse fired four shots into Rosenbaum, who remained unmoving, bleeding, and moaning were filmed on cell phones and surveillance cameras.

Grosskreutz screamed in another video, blood streaming from his arm.

Jurors found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of all charges, including two counts of killing, one count of attempted homicide for wounding a third man, and two counts of recklessly endangering safety at Kenosha, Wisconsin, protests characterized by fire, rioting, and looting on August 25, 2020.

Kyle could have faced life in prison if convicted of the most serious charge, first-degree intentional killing, or first-degree murder in other jurisdictions.

The two remaining counts each carried a sentence of 60 years in prison.