The Kenosha County, Wisconsin District Attorney will not blame any of the law enforcement officers involved in the August 2020 shooting of Jacob Blake

District Attorney Mike Graveley shared his plan not to bring charges to Blake before he announced it to the media

“We are very disappointed and believe that this decision failed not only Jacob and his family, but also the community that protested and called for justice,” said Ben Crump, Blake’s attorney, in a statement on Twitter is not the news we hoped for, but our job is not done and hope is not lost. We must expand the fight for justice on behalf of Jacob Blake and the myriad other black victims of racial injustice and police brutality “

“We will continue our own investigation and fight for systemic change in policing and transparency at all levels,” added Crump. “We urge Americans to continue to raise their voices and call for change during this emotional time peaceful and positive way of calling “

Blake, 29, was shot seven times in the back in August 23 by Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey

Blake’s shots came after Sheskey and another officer responded to a report of a domestic quarrel, according to the Kenosha Police Department.The officers first used a stun gun on Blake, but it had no effect to the other side of his car He reached in the driver’s door before Sheskey fired his gun, according to the Wisconsin Department of Justice Department of Justice Department
The Kenosha Professional Police Association, the union that Sheskey represents, said Blake was armed with a knife and “violently fought” with officers. A knife was recovered from the car but Blake denies wielding it / p>

Violent protests erupted after the shootings last summer, including the burning of companies and the fatal shooting of two protesters

Anger was especially high after protests against the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky

Wisconsin Gov Tony Evers announced on Monday that he had mobilized 500 members of the Wisconsin National Guard “after officials there requested assistance from the Guard to ensure public safety”

The move was mocked by Blake’s family, who suspected the decision was made in anticipation that no charges would be brought

“What did you bring the National Guard in for? To deliver mail?” Jacob Blake Sr said at a rally on Monday

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