BLM activist Shaun King threatens to name innocent cops as Jacob Blake’s shooter if police don’t identify officer involved

Shaun King Threatens to Name Innocent Kenosha Police Officers Until Jacob Blake Shooter Identified

By Ewan Palmer

Activist Shaun King has threatened he will start publicly naming Kenosha Police officers who “may or may not” have been involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake unless the department identifies those responsible.

King, a prominent Black Lives Matter figurehead, warned that he is prepared to name innocent officers unless police reveal the shooter or shooters themselves before the one week anniversary of the incident.

“To the Kenosha Police Department, if you do not name the officer who brutally shot Jacob Blake on Sunday, we will simply begin naming officers from your department who may or may not be him,” King tweeted.

“F**k it. Your protection of his identity is unethical. What’s his name?”

During a series of tweets, King names one person believed to be a Kenosha officer and questions if he could be the one involved in the shooting. King also asks help from social media users to identify him.

King also claims that one Konesha Police officer is currently in protective custody in a hotel “because people thought he shot Jacob Blake.”

“POLICE COULD END THIS RIGHT NOW,” King adds. “They are deliberately protecting the man who shot Jacob. What’s his name?”

On Monday, King previously demanded that the officer who shot Blake seven times in the back must be “fired and arrested in the next 24 hours. PERIOD.”

King added: “But what I am telling you, is that we’ve crossed a point where that’s not even close to being all we’re calling for. Not at all.”

King’s threats to name potentially innocent police officers arrive despite him wrongly and publicly accusing a Texas State Trooper of raping a Black woman following a traffic stop in 2018.

King was forced to release a statement saying he regretted trusting the woman’s fake claims after bodycam footage cleared the trooper of all allegations. King did not apologize for helping to spread the false claim himself.

In 2019, a man was also falsely accused of murdering a 7-year-old after King shared his photo on his Twitter account and compared it with a suspect in the case.

Robert Paul Cantrell, 49, was found dead in his Montgomery County Jail in July of that year while in custody on a separate charge of charge of robbery-evading.

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