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Crime Jacob Blake thought he had told his children he loved them for the last time

07:05  14 january  2021
07:05  14 january  2021 Source:   nbcnews.com

What's next in Kenosha? Federal investigation and Kyle Rittenhouse case both continue

  What's next in Kenosha? Federal investigation and Kyle Rittenhouse case both continue A federal investigation into the police shooting of Jacob Blake is still ongoing, while the high-profile case of Kyle Rittenhouse continues. The Illinois teen on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to seven charges stemming from his shooting of three protesters in Kenosha in August. Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley said his decision to not charge any officer involved in the shooting was based on evidence that could not be seen on cellphone video of the incident, which showed officer Rusten Sheskey shooting Blake, a Black man, as he got into a vehicle with his children inside.

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Jacob Blake, the Black man who was shot seven times by a Kenosha police officer, said that he believed he was going to die and shared what he thought would be his final words with his children after the August shooting.

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Blake, 29, was partially paralyzed in the Aug. 23 shooting that touched off days of protests and unrest in the Wisconsin city and elsewhere.

"I kind of went limp," Blake told ABC's "Good Morning America" in an interview that will air Thursday. "And all I remember at that point was kind of leaning back, looking at my boys. I said, 'Daddy love you, no matter what.'"

"I thought it was going to be the last — I thought it was going to be the last thing I say to them," he said. "Thank God it wasn't."

Investigative report offers up-close look at Jacob Blake shooting in Wisconsin

  Investigative report offers up-close look at Jacob Blake shooting in Wisconsin The Kenosha County District Attorney on Tuesday outlined a review of more than 40 hours of video and hundreds of documents in the Jacob Blake shooting. Here's a detailed account of what happened that day in Wisconsin.Laquisha Booker had made such calls before, according to an investigative report by Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley, who on Tuesday outlined a review of more than 40 hours of video and hundreds of documents in an effort to determine what happened the day of the shooting.

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The interview comes a week after Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley announced that no police officers would be charged in the shooting.

Blake was shot seven times by Kenosha police Officer Rusten Sheskey. Some of those shots were found to have come from the back.

Sheskey was answering a domestic disturbance call at the time and officers were told Blake had a warrant for his arrest, officials said. Blake resisted arrest while armed with a knife and refused commands to drop it, the district attorney said.

Blake was shot after moving toward a "disputed car" that had at least one child in it, Graveley said. He said Blake admitted to investigators he had a knife but wasn't sure if he'd opened it.

Graveley said that Sheskey and other officers would have had a strong case for self-defense, and that "if you don't believe you can prove a case beyond a reasonable doubt, you have an ethical obligation not to issue charges."

National Guard called in before charging decision in Jacob Blake case

  National Guard called in before charging decision in Jacob Blake case The Wisconsin National Guard has been activated as a decision looms over whether to charge Kenosha officer Rusten SheskeyKenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey had been responding to a domestic dispute Aug. 23 when he fired seven times at Jacob Blake, as Blake was trying to get inside an SUV. Blake's three young children were in the backseat. Investigators have said they found a knife inside the vehicle, but his family has denied that he was armed. Blake was left paralyzed after the shooting, which was captured on disturbing video that drew national outrage and several nights of unrest in Kenosha.

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The shooting was captured on video and sparked protests over the summer that at times turned violent as protesters called for racial justice and police reform.

Amid the protests in Kenosha, Kyle Rittenhouse, now 18, who'd gone to Kenosha from nearby Antioch, Illinois, allegedly shot and killed two men. Rittenhouse has been criminally charged and lawyers for him have claimed that he acted in self-defense.

Blake's shooting followed the deaths of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police in May and the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor in Nashville in March.

Emergency declaration approved in Kenosha ahead of possible charges in Jacob Blake shooting .
Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Gravely is expected to make an announcement within the first two weeks of January. © Facebook Image: Jacob Blake (Facebook) The emergency declaration will last for eight days unless the Council extends it. If Graveley's ruling is delayed beyond Jan. 16, the declaration would not go into effect. Kenosha saw large demonstrations and civil unrest sparked by the shooting, which was captured on video. Two protesters were killed and a third was injured. Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, of Antioch, Illinois has been charged in connection to the shootings.

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