I don't know what's wrong with people these days Dutch. I can't figure it out.
But, I'll tell you a short story about being a homeowner in Kenosha about 16 years ago.
One winter, a new homeowner who recently bought the place next door to us was blowing his snowy driveway toward my house. The snow mixed with gravel and dirt was hitting my siding and windows. I went outside and asked the guy to stop, he just shrugged his shoulders and said, where am I supposed to put this snow,? acting like he wasn't doing anything wrong. I went back inside my home and he continued blowing snow against my windows and siding. I called the cops and they came out and said they couldn't do anything about it, but said they'd go talk to him about it. After the cops left, he continued blowing snow onto my property.
After he was finished, I got onto my Bolens tractor with a snowthrower and blew the snow low against the chainlink fence which separated our two properties, noticing he had put dents into my aluminum siding.
Later, next year in the spring, I called the cops on him again for doing work on his home after the 10 p.m. quiet hour, he was running saws, air nailers and air compressor making a lot of noise, the cops cited him for noise law infractions.
It's like these days people do wrong, they know they do wrong, but just don't care.
In the case of Rittenhouse, I wonder if he ever thought he was doing wrong?