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2:40 PM PT -Jacob’s lawyer, B’Ivory La Marr, To TMZ … The family is disappointed with the DOJ’s decision and, needless to say, disagrees with the explanation of the evidence.
Jacob’s legal team, along with many Americans across the country, said, “We maintain the belief that video evidence is nothing more than intentional action by Shesky officers.”
LaMarr said, “Our country cannot survive the era of officers who avoid criminal consequences by rationalizing malicious behavior on the premise of fear, negligence, or pure negligence. Racial and Implicit prejudice is a deliberate act. “
“The United States cannot continue to perpetuate willful blindness because of serious injustice,” he said. Jacob’s legal team “continues to seek justice in our civil system, but such standards do not apply.”
Shot Kenosha PD Officer Jacob Blake You don’t face federal crimes seven times in the past, and who avoided state prosecution.
The U.S. Department of Justice said Friday it would not pursue federal criminal accusations Rusten Sheskey.. “The evidence obtained is insufficient to prove that KPD officers intentionally used excessive force,” the federal government said.
Remember that Blake is not armed. In August 2020 Shesky fires At close range. Shooting videos have triggered racial justice protests across the country, Shooting Kyle Rittenhouse..
According to the federal government … A team of experienced federal prosecutors from the Civil Rights Department and the US Federal Attorney’s Office reviewed the evidence to determine if police officers violated federal law.
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The federal government has stated that “a number of sources, including police reports, law enforcement statements, witness statements, witness affidavits, dispatch records, physical evidence reports, and some photographs and videos of the case. A detailed and long analysis “was added.
In essence … Prosecutors have stated that, beyond reasonable doubt, they could not prove that police officers “intentionally” deprived Jacob of his constitutional rights. “Accidents, mistakes, fears, negligence, or bad judgments are not enough to prove intentional federal criminal civil rights infringement,” the federal government said.
As we reported … Kinosha District Attorney Michael D. Gravry Also, in January, Sheskey Not charged For shooting. Gravley said Shesky would act in self-defense and police would need to use deadly forces to prevent Jacob from potentially harming him or others.
Shooting left Jacob Paralyzed.. The Justice Department says his family has already been informed of the decision not to prosecute Shesky.
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