BREAKING: No Criminal Charges Will Be Filed Against Wisconsin Police Officers in Jacob Blake Shooting

By  //  January 5, 2021

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incident ignited several days of unrest that included two fatal shootings

ABOVE VIDEO: Officials in Kenosha, Wisconsin, hold a press conference on the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

(FOX NEWS) – The Wisconsin police officers involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake last year, igniting several days of unrest that included two fatal shootings, will not face criminal charges, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley also said Blake will not face charges.

Sheskey, who is White, shot Blake during a response to an Aug. 23 domestic disturbance call. Video footage of the incident captured Blake walking away from the officer and around a vehicle with his children inside when he was shot several times.

The shooting left Blake paralyzed and sparked protests that devolved into riots. The unrest included two fatal shootings and destruction to property.

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