Huge protests continue to fill the streets of Wisconsin

Peaceful protesters are demanding the arrest of the officer who shot Jacob Blake seven times in the back.
2:35 | 08/29/20

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We do move on to the large protests on the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, over the shooting of Jacob Blake. Peaceful protesters demanding the arrest of the officer who shot him seven times in the back, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. New videos emerging from the deadly confrontation involving suspected 17-year-old gunman Kyle Rittenhouse, charged with killing two protesters and wounding a third. President trump making his first public comments on the case. Zohreen shah is in Kenosha. Reporter: Tonight, hundreds hitting the streets in Kenosha in a March demanding justice for Jacob, nearly one week after Blake was shot seven times in the back by police. I just wish they stand up as men and be responsible for the actions they took and the justice works for the African-American community and they end up where they should. What does that mean? Jail. Reporter: President trump speaking about the shooting for the first time last night. It was not a good sight. I didn't like the sight of it, certainly, and I think most people would agree with that. Reporter: Rookie officer Brittany meronek, Vincent arenas and Rusten Sheskey, who shot Blake in the back, under investigation and on leave. According to the state department of justice, Blake admitted he had a knife in later questioning, which officials say was found on the driver's side floor board of the car. His family saying he didn't pose a threat to the officers. Tonight he remains paralyzed from the waste down. The standard is, is the color of your skin here. In this whole situation, if you look white, you're all right. If you look black, get back. Reporter: New videos now emerging of the confrontations between accused gunman Kyle Rittenhouse and the two protesters he allegedly killed. In this video, a man appearing to be Joseph Rosenbaum, Rittenhouse's first alleged victim, is seen prior to the shooting confronting armed men out of frame. Shoot me, Reporter: Moments later 17-year-old Rittenhouse being chased by at least one man after the first shots were fired. Rittenhouse allegedly had two more confrontations, ending up with one more killed and another wounded. Rittenhouse facing homicide charges. His attorney saying he feared for his life and had no choice but to fire multiple rounds toward his immediate attackers. Video shows Rittenhouse, still armed, walking toward officers with his hands up, but not taken into custody. All right, zohreen shah joins us live from Kenosha. Turning back@jacob Blake case. The attorney general's confrontation on the way with family members calling for the officers involved to be arrested? Reporter: Tom, the state's attorney general is looking at evidence. They're conducting interviews. They will then hand over their report to the county D.A. Within 30 days. The D.A. Will then make a decision on charges. Tom?

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