Police in Wisconsin shoot Black man in back multiple times, sparking protests


The Kenosha Police Department has placed two of its officers on administrative leave in connection with the shooting of Jacob Blake on unarmed black man. It haven't late Sunday near 40th and 28th Avenue. WG ends. My CLO has the story. The shooting of Jacob Blake inflamed Kenosha and set off a night of unrest at the scene of the shooting. Activists staged a news conference to denounce police brutality asking for the arrest and prosecution of the two officers shot on our man. With two Children in a cop. We, as in black people are tired of the police always attacking us. Before Jacob was gunned down. He was breaking up an education. In other cases that he had nothing to do with a small group, then marched toward the Kenosha County courthouse, where they held a demonstration. The Wisconsin Department of Justice will investigate whether the use of force was justified. After the shooting. The Wisconsin governor issued a statement in which he said he stood against the excessive use of force and immediate escalation when engaging with black Wisconsinites. About. The Kenosha Police Union responded with a written statement of their own saying, quote Until that investigation is completed. We ask that you withhold prejudgment about the incident and please let the process take place. Governor ever statement on the incident was wholly irresponsible and not reflective of the hardworking members of the law enforcement

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