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No Police Officers to Be Charged Over Shooting of Jacob Blake

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No Police Officers to Be Charged
Over Shooting of Jacob Blake.
On Tuesday, Kenosha County District Attorney
Michael Graveley announced that no officers would
face charges in the shooting of Jacob Blake. .
In his statement, Graveley said his
decision was based on “the facts and laws.” .
It is my decision now that
no Kenosha law enforcement
officer will be charged with
any criminal offense based
on the facts and laws, Michael Graveley, via CNN.
Graveley’s decision applies to Officer Rusten Sheskey,
who was responsible for shooting Blake seven times
in the back in front of his three children. .
It also includes the two other officers involved,
Vincent Arenas and Brittany Meronek. .
Officer Sheskey shot Blake on August 23, 2020,
while responding to a domestic incident. .
Sheskey said that he used deadly force because he was afraid Blake was trying to kidnap a child in the back seat of his car. .
Officials also said that Blake was
“armed with a knife,” although he
willingly told authorities he had one. .
There was no point in the video that is
articulable for an officer to say that he was
under harm at that particular point. I think
that's completely bogus and I think that is
just a rationalization to try to show what
is really, essentially, an intentional act, Blake Family Attorney B'Ivory LaMarr, via CNN

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