29-year-old person shot in the back by a Wisconsin cop in an occurrence that started protests over police unfortunate behavior argued not guilty on Friday to felony rape and different charges from his hospital bed. Jacob Blake was looked for by police on the charges when he was shot multiple times in the back by a Kenosha, Wis. official on Aug. 23 before his 3 little youngsters.
At Friday’s video hearing, Blake additionally argued not guilty of two offenses, criminal trespass and scattered lead. All the charges come from a domestic brutality matter. Whenever indicted for the sex ambush charge, Blake could be condemned to as much as a decade in jail.