“This justice system calls these people ̵
“The fact that the Capitol uprising and Jacob’s shooting both happened in broad daylight shows how barfaced state-sanctioned violence has become,” he added.
Attorney Brendan Matthews, an attorney for Sheskey and the Kenosha Professional Police Organization, said in an email to CNN that he respects Justin Blake’s ability to express his opinion.
“Personally, I would like him to exhaust his energy and media platform in a productive way that seeks to improve America’s racial divide and not exacerbate it,” he wrote.
The district attorney’s decision last week, Justin Blake wrote, “makes it crystal clear to black people in Kenosha and Wisconsin that we are not safe in our community.”
If the justice system valued black lives, Justin Blake wrote, Sheskey would be fired and Kenosha’s police chief and Kenosha County sheriff would resign.
Sheriff David Beth and Graveley declined to comment.
Armed groups, writes Justin Blake, “threatening our society would be treated as the violent terrorist groups they are and the authorities would protect us from them. Kenosha police would adopt the # 8cantwait platform, which includes demands for de-escalation and comprehensive reporting. to prevent future police shootings. “
Body cameras would be implemented, he wrote, and documents related to his nephew’s shooting investigation would be released to the public.
“Jacob would get justice,” he wrote. “But we are not there yet. That is why we are getting up. Jacob deserves better than this. Kenosha deserves better than this.”