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What We Know About The Kenosha Police Shooting

A small group of Black Lives Matter protesters pray near the sight of a police shooting Monday, Aug. 24, 2020, in Kenosha, Wis. Kenosha police shot a man Sunday evening, setting off unrest in the city after a video appeared to show the officer firing several shots at close range into the man’s back.

Morry Gash

What We Know About The Kenosha Police Shooting

Kenosha, Wis., has become the nation’s latest site of protests and civil unrest, after police repeatedly shot an unarmed Black man Sunday. Jacob Blake, 29, was shot several times in the back and hospitalized in serious condition after the shooting late Sunday afternoon.

Reset checks in with WUWM’s Chuck Quirmbach for the latest on the story.

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