Should’ve waited for facts! Armed Blake fleeing, was wanted for alleged robbery, sexual assault. Read complaint.

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Non-fatal police shooting “victim” Jacob Blake of Kenosha, Wisconsin, may not be as innocent of a so-called “victim” as the media have portrayed him to be. In fact, according to his police records, he’s an alleged sexual assaulter…

The evidence is contained in charges that were filed against Blake on July 6, 2020, and subsequently obtained and published by the Daily Mail this Friday.

According to the complaint, on May 3rd, Blake entered the home of his ex-girlfriend, identified as “LNB,” and proceeded to sexually assault her.

Speaking with the authorities after the alleged assault, LNB claimed that “at about 6AM she was woken up by the father of her children, Jacob Blake, herein known as the defendant, standing over her saying, ‘I want my sh–,'” the complaint reads.

“As LNB lay there, on her back, the defendant, suddenly and without warning, reached his hand between her legs, penetrated her vaginally with a finger, pull it out and sniffed it, and said, ‘Smells like you’ve been with other men.'”

The officer who spoke with her reported that she “had a very difficult time telling him this and cried as she told how the defendant assaulted her and then the defendant immediately left the bedroom. LNB stated the defendant penetrating her digitally caused her pain and humiliation and was done without her consent.”

That’s called sexual assault …

Read the complaint below:

Criminal Complaint Against … by V Saxena

The complaint accuses Blake of three specific crimes: criminal trespass, third-degree sexual assault and disorderly conduct.

With the complaint having since gone viral, some have argued that the “sexual assault” was basically a form of rape given that penetration had been present.

Case in point:

The complaint led to a warrant being issued for Blake’s arrest. Now fast-forward to last Sunday, when a woman called the police to report that Blake had appeared at her home and stolen her car keys. It’s unclear if this woman was “LNB.”

In a statement published Friday, the Kenosha Professional Police Association said only that “officers were dispatched to the location due to a complaint that Mr. Blake was attempting to steal the caller’s keys/vehicle.”

“Officers were aware of Mr. Blake’s open warrant for felony sexual assault (3rd degree) before they arrived on scene. Mr. Blake was not breaking up a fight between two females when officers arrived on scene. The silver SUV seen in the widely circulated video was not Mr. Blake’s vehicle,” the statement continued.

Read the full statement below:

Kenosha Professional Police… by V Saxena

According to the union, which issued the statement to push back on contradicting claims from Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul, a Democrat, Blake was “armed with a knife” and behaved “uncooperative” and “non-compliant” from the get-go.

“Based on his non-compliance, one officer tased Mr. Blake. The taser did not incapacitate Mr. Blake.  The officers once more went ‘hands-on’ with Mr. Blake; again, trying to gain control of the escalating situation,” the statement continues.

“Mr. Blake forcefully fought with the officers, including putting one of the officers in a headlock. A second taser (from a different officer than had deployed the initial taser) was then deployed on Mr. Blake. It did not appear to have any impact on him. ”

“Based on the inability to gain compliance and control after using verbal, physical and less-lethal means, the officers drew their firearms. Mr. Blake continued to ignore the officers’ commands, even with the threat of lethal force now present.”

And that’s when this happened (*Graphic content):

Because the shots were fired while Blake had his back to the officer, this now-viral footage spurred widespread outrage and deadly riots.

The anger only swelled once news broke that, after being hospitalized, Blake was handcuffed to his bed on account of the criminal complaint against him.

“The county sheriff’s office had said anyone accused of a felony would be handcuffed in hospital,” according to the Daily Mail.

But on Friday, local authorities responded to the backlash by cutting Blake, who’s been accused of sexual assault, a break and dropping the warrant …

“The warrant was dropped Friday afternoon amid outcry at the continued handcuffing of Blake for days after he was shot seven times in the back by a Kenosha police officer. The move was shortly after Wisconsin governor Tony Evers was asked if Blake being restrained would concern him and said: ‘Hell yes,'” the Daily Mail reported.

The consensus among Democrats like Gov. Evers and AG Josh Kaul, not to mention those in media and Hollywood, appears to be that Blake is somehow a victim.

But according to those who’ve actually researched the case and examined all the facts, the left’s newfound “victim” appears to be anything but …

Vivek Saxena

Senior Staff Writer
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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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