Lin Woods is not doing himself any favors right now. He’s accused of not only being a “grifter,” but also taking advantage of a young kid who was desperate for help.
That’s what Kyle, his family, and his attorney are claiming.
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And all of this fuss is centered around the bail fund established to get Kyle out of jail.
If you’ll recall, Kyle’s bail was set at $2 million cash.
And the money came from several spots, so there’s fighting about who gets what.
But moreover, there’s fighting and accusations about how Lin Wood and Kyle’s other former attorney John Pierce, left him in jail to “suffer” while they used his name to raise more and more money.
That’s what Kyle is now saying.
Yahoo News reported that attorney Lin Wood said he’ll sue Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse’s attorney after he called him an “idiot” on CNN on Friday, Newsweek reported.
In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, Richards said he and Wood “went head-to-head” and Wood would probably sue him. He said Wood was an “idiot” for letting Rittenhouse talk to The Washington Post while he was charged with homicide.
Richards said he was concerned that Wood and attorney John Pierce were “basically trying to I think whore this kid for money, for their own causes.”
“They kept him in Illinois to fight an extradition that was unwinnable cause they were raising tons of money on him,” Richards said.
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Richards served as Rittenhouse’s attorney when he was found not guilty on all five charges brought against him on Friday.
Newsweek reported that Wood sent Richards a letter on Saturday blaming Pierce for allowing Rittenhouse to talk to the Post. Wood said he was not the criminal attorney on the case and was only hired to handle defamation.
“You publicly stated in an interview on CNN that I was an idiot. False, I am not,” Wood wrote in the letter.
Wood said Richards should be “ashamed of denigrating” him and his organization’s legal effort to help Rittenhouse.
“Demand is hereby made that you immediately retract and correct your false accusations against me. If you do not do so, I will prove that you are right on one point you made on CNN — I will sue you,” Wood wrote.
Richards told Insider he hasn’t seen Wood’s letter yet but said he stands by what he told Cuomo and it was his opinion.
“I don’t care what his letter says. What I said was truthful,” Richards told Insider.
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Kyle called out Lin Wood during his interview with Tucker.
You can watch the video below:
Kyle Rittenhouse tells Tucker Carlson that Lin Wood and John Pierce could have bailed him out of jail in September but kept him in there until November to “raise money so they can take it for their own benefit. Not trying to set me free.” pic.twitter.com/wejY86igiY
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 23, 2021
If what Kyle describes is true, this is very concerning and should have all of us asking if Lin possibly did the same thing when he was raising money to fight the 2020 election.
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I am not saying that’s the case – I don’t know – but it might be, and that is concerning because many people trusted him.