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Two out of three Blake cops fired back into office in Wisconsin

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According to police authorities, there were two police officers on the scene, shot and partly crippled by a White Cop in Wisconsin, which caused several nights of violent demonstrations.

The announcing update on Wednesday is the disciplinary leave for Officier Rusten Sheskey who fired Jacob Blake 7 times in Kenosha on August 23, as the police investigates the investigation.

Following the shooting by Blake and Officers Vincent Arenas and Brittany Meronek, Sheskey was on unpaid leave. According to a police statement released on Wednesday, Arenas and Meronek returned to service Jan. 20.

“Arenas and Meronek officers were not convicted of a crime and the actions of the officers have been reasonable and justified after a review by the Kenosha District Attorney and an independent inquirer, former Chief Noble Wray of Madison Police,” the statement said.

During riots following Blake’s shooting, many hundreds were arrested and many companies burned. Antiochian white teenager, Kyle Rittenhouse is confirmed to have fatally shot two men and wounded a third during one night of abuse.

When a pocket knife fell out of its trousers after a blowout, the police attempted to apprehend Blake on an excellent warrant. Blake said he’s picked up and drived two of his children in the back seat before leaving for a vehicle. He said that after placing the knife in the car, he is ready to surrender.

Sheskey told researchers he was scared Blake would stab him and he opened fire. Blake’s Ben Crump family lawyer nevertheless asked whether Blake threatened him with a knife, saying “Now the video shows an extended knife to establish the necessary intention.”

The district attorney of Kenosha, Michael Graveley, denied the charges against Sheskey on 5 January, concluding he did not deny the assertion of the cop that he was behaving in self-defense.

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