CHICAGO (WLS) — The decision not to charges officers for the police shooting death of Breonna Taylor is the latest sin a series of traumatic events not just for the Black community, but also for families who have personally experience a violent encounter with police.
“We’re not safe in the streets. We’re not safe in our own home. Are we safe in this country?” asked Justin Blake, uncle of Jacob Blake, who was shot by Kenosha police.
Blake said the grand jury decision not to directly charge the…
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