U.S. black man shot, reason for shooting police officer not revealed. Media August 28 at 6:58 a.m.
In Midwestern Wisconsin, where a black man was shot multiple times from behind by a police officer, state judicial authorities continue to look into the situation at the time, but U.S. media say it is not clear why the police officer fired the gun, even though time has passed since the shooting.
A black man, Jacob Blake, is seriously injured after being shot seven times from behind by a police officer in Kenosha, Midwest Wisconsin.
Hundreds of local residents have been protesting in the area since the shootings, and local media reported that there were no noticeable clashes between the participants and police officers on the 26th, and that the protests were carried out peacefully.
On June 26, state judicial authorities held a press conference to reveal that a knife had been found in Blake’s car, and announced that they were continuing to look into the situation at the time.
In response, several U.S. media outlets have questioned the police and judicial authorities’ response, including saying that despite the time it took to open fire, it was not clear why police officers fired guns seven times from behind.
UN spokesman “strongly opposed to injustice People’s rights”
“We are seeing athletes and people in other fields act,” U.N. spokesman Dujarric said at a news conference Wednesday, lying about the spread of protests against a black man being shot from behind by a police officer. It is people’s right to express strong opposition to the injustices of society.”
“The problem of racism has happened repeatedly in many countries. It’s a problem not only in the United States but around the world,” he said, stressing the need for the international community to work to eliminate racial discrimination.