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National Guard called out Following protests in Wisconsin over police shooting Black Guy

Wisconsin’s governor summoned the National Guard to head off the next round of violent protests on Monday Following the police shooting of a Black Guy in the back Several times in Kenosha on Sunday.

The clashes follow the wounding of 29-year-old Jacob Blake, who’s in a critical condition in hospital.

Vides circulating on societal media revealed Blake walking toward an automobile because he had been followed closely by two officers. He had been taken as he opened the door. His three children were sitting in the car or truck.

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers stated 125 members of the National Guard will be in Kenosha on Monday night with responsibility for”protecting infrastructure and making certain that our firefighters and many others involved are protected”

‘Children in the back yelling’

Authorities said Blake was captured while they had been reacting to a call about a domestic dispute. They didn’t immediately disclose the race of those 3 officers in the scene or state whether Blake was armed or why authorities opened fire.

Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, representing Blake’s family, said Blake had been”only attempting to do the perfect thing by intervening in a domestic event.”

Laquisha Booker, who’s Blake’s spouse, advised NBC’s Milwaukee affiliate, WTMJ-TV, the couple’s three children were in the back seat of the SUV when police shot him.

“That guy just literally caught him by his shirt and looked another way and was shooting him. Together with the children in the back yelling. Screaming,” she explained.

The officers are put on administrative leave while the nation Justice Department investigates.

The incident comes after international protests over the passing of George Floyd in May. The 46-year-old Black guy died after a snowy Minneapolis police officer knelt on his throat for almost nine minutes through arrest.

“This morning, the country wakes up again with despair and outrage that yet another Dark American is a victim of excessive force,” he explained, just two weeks before the presidential elections.