2 people who died after a 17-year-old gunman shot them during Jacob Blake protest have been identified

The two men who were shot and killed during a night of protest over the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin this week have been distinguished by loved ones as sweet and adoring protesters who were both against brutality and defacing. 26-year-old Anthony Huber and 36-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum passed away after police said a 17-year-old shooter who had a rifle fired them in the lanes of Kenosha, the city where cops shot and injured an unarmed Black man on Sunday.

Videos shared on social media seem to show Huber and Ronsebaum attempting to bring down the speculate late Tuesday night minutes after the shooter purportedly shot another protester. That first casualty, 36-year-old Gaige Grosskreutz, was hospitalized yet is relied upon to endure.

The supposed executioner, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, was accused on Wednesday of first-degree purposeful murder. The Illinois occupant, a hopeful cop who viewed himself as a volunteer army, was seen on video coolly conveying his rifle before vigorously equipped police in Kenosha the prior night. He figured out how to return home after the triple shooting, yet he was captured hours after the shooting.