Kaul says Blake was in possession of knife when officer shot him, no other weapons found

A small crowd gathers in Kenosha at the beginning of a fourth night of protests in response to the officer-involved shooting of Jacob Blake. Photo by Adam Kelnhofer.
A small crowd gathers in Kenosha at the beginning of a fourth night of protests in response to the officer-involved shooting of Jacob Blake. Photo by Adam Kelnhofer.

Jacob Blake was in possession of a knife when he was shot by Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey, Attorney General Josh Kaul said today.
But repeatedly quizzed if police knew Blake was in possession of a knife when he was shot, Kaul declined to provide details. 
The AG said he was leaving the decision to release information up to the Division of Criminal Investigation, the branch of the Department of Justice overseeing the investigation. He said DCI doesn’t want to release details gleaned by the probe that could affect the outcome of the investigation.
Kaul during a Kenosha news conference ...

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