As we should realize, there are other points of view than those immediately embraced by the Left. This one comes from the Kenosha Police Union. According to them, the events shown in the brief video and the accounts given by Black's attorney don't tell the whole picture.
I'm sure they don't. Nor am I saying we take the Union's version as Gospel truth. I'm just and old fogey when it comes to things like presumption of innocence (on all sides), burden of proof (for all sides), due process (for everyone) and resisting that urge to declare guilt or innocence based on things like skin color or demographic label. Again, that's me.
Clearly we've moved to a new era in America. Those institutions - like the media, education and entertainment - that used to declare such principles to be higher than the angels now appear quite ready to jettison the whole package. Me? In my efforts to not be an idiot, I think I'll prefer withholding judgement and execution until we've at least found some evidence beyond skin color and profession and other labels.
It might be everything Blake's attorney and the video suggest. It might be nothing close. Let's pretend we don't know and wait for actual evidence.