The Kenosha policeman who shot and killed Jacob Blake is reportedly going back to regular duty and not subjected to any discipline from his department.
On Tuesday, Chief Daniel Miskinis posted a press release on Twitter announcing that Sheskey has been exempted from internal policy violations and has been back in service since March 31st.
"Although this incident has been reviewed at multiple levels, I know some will not be happy with the outcome," Miskinis wrote. "However, given the facts, the only lawful and fair decision was taken."
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District Attorney Michael Graveley announced back in January that Sheskey would not face any criminal charges on August 23. Blake was paralyzed from the waist down after being shot seven times by Sheskey.
The news comes the same day Minneapolis police officer Kim Potter resigned after shooting 20-year-old Daunte Wright while in a traffic obstruction.
One of Blake's attorneys, Patrick Salvi Jr., said Tuesday's announcement was not surprising.
"How can anyone say that this is a desired outcome for a police encounter?" Salvi asked Sentinel, according to the Milwaukee Journal. He also called it "a very sad state of affairs" when the Kenosha Police genuinely believe Sheskey acted in accordance with guidelines and training.
"But that's not true and we will prove it in our lawsuit," said Salvi.
In March, Jacob Blake filed a civil lawsuit against Sheskey.
Blake is reportedly recovering at a spinal injury rehabilitation center in Illinois.