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Pedro Pascal, the lead actor in the film Disney+ Star Wars Series”MandalorianKyle tweeted Saturday in memory of Rittenhouse’s attackers and claimed he was “murdered”.

Pascal tweeted, “Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 27, murdered on August 25, 2020. Rest in Peace.”


Rosenbaum was one convicted sex offender In Arizona who was barred from possessing a firearm, according to the Associated Press. Huber, who chased Rittenhouse with a skateboard, was convicted of domestic abuse and disorderly conduct in 2018, and also served a prison sentence for strangling his brother in 2012.

Pascal’s tweet came a day after the jurors in Kenosha, WisconsinRittenhouse, 18, was acquitted of all charges related to the deaths of Rosenbaum and Huber, who they shot during a riot in the city in August 2020.

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The shooting follows a second night of rioting and violence in the small Wisconsin town after Jacob Blake was shot by police during a domestic disturbance call. The police officer involved in that shooting did not face any charges at the state or federal level when the investigation found that Blake was reaching for a knife at the time of the shooting.

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Rittenhouse, who argued that he shot the men in self-defense, would face compulsory life imprisonment if convicted and first degree willful conviction. Homicide,

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Pascal, who plays the titular character in “The Mandalorian” and starred in Netflix’s hit series “Narcos,” has garnered attention previously because of his social media posts. AccountsWhich are full of political statements.

In 2020, he posted a deleted tweet comparing Trump supporters to Nazis and unions, according to New York Post,

Pascal’s costar, Gina Carano, was fired from “The Mandalorian” after inciting controversy for a conservative-leaning post she made on social media, in which she compared today’s political divide to the events of the Nazi. Did it from Germany,

She has previously caught backlash for her comments about COVID-19, the use of gender pronouns, and election fraud. He Claimed Pascal, whose pronouns are in his Twitter bio, “helped me understand why people are putting him in their bio.”

Fans think "The Mandalorian" stars Pedro Pascal and Gina Carano were treated differently by Lucasfilm.  (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)

Pascal’s tweet about Rosenbaum and Huber resonated in the same way as actor Mark Ruffalo, who stars as Bruce Banner/Hulk in Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.

On the day Ruffalo cleared Rittenhouse of all charges, Ruffalo wrote, “We come together to mourn the lives lost to the same racist system that devalues ​​black lives and Anthony And devalues ​​JoJo’s life. #ReimagineKenosha.”

Other Disney actors expressed opinions on Rittenhouse’s decision, such as voice actor Liam O’Brien, who performed in the animated TV series “Star Wars Rebels”.

CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 01: Actor Mark Ruffalo during C2E2 at McCormick Place on March 01, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Barry Brechisen/WireImage)

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“No f—ing justice,” O’Brien tweeted, to which actress Amy Carrero responded, “burn it.” Carrero voiced Disney’s first Latina fairy tale princess in the animated series “Elena of Avalor”.

When actor Travis Wester asked if Carrero’s call to action included his own home and neighborhood, Carrero replied, “System, mayonnaise,” apparently referring to Wester’s race. “Burn down the system.”

Neither Disney nor Lucasfilm immediately responded to Granthshala News’ request for comment.

Granthshala News’ Jessica Napoli and Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.