White Police Officer Shoots Black Man 7 Times In Front Of His Children While Trying To Enter A Car (video)

A disturbing video has surfaced online showing the moment a white police officer shot a black man in the back while he was trying to enter his car in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

According to reports, the man identified as Jacob Blake was trying to separate a fight between two women on the road when the police arrived.

Report gathered that Blake was shot in front of his children who were inside the car.

It is still unclear what transpired between the police officers and Blake that prompted them to draw their guns on him.

The shooting which happened yesterday, Sunday, August 23 led to a massive protest by angry residents till Monday morning.

The victim is currently in the hospital and in a serious condition.

Watch video below:

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