In a video posted on Facebook on Friday said the CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, the social media giant has made a mistake on a page, and the event to remove, urged people in Kenosha, Wis., For the weapons of You protest aa drive. Tuesday night, a 17-year-old allegedly shot and killed two people, wounded a third named Kyle and Rittenhouse. Zuckerberg admitted that “some people”, the page had reported, saying not to remove the decision was “largely an operational error.” “The parties, the experts who have been funneled the initial discomfort, no, basically did not pick up,” Zuckerberg said in the video Friday, made by a large company-wide meetings. “And on the second vote, it does more sensitive, the team that is responsible for hazardous recognized organizations that violate the policy and have it down.” Protests began first in Kenosha, earlier this week after the video of police firing Jacob Blake-to 29-year-old unarmed black man has appeared several times in the back on Sunday. The attorney Blake tweeted on Tuesday that he is paralyzed from the waist at the time. Demonstrations quickly swept the city as protesters justice for Blake and other victims of police violence against the United States Officials requested were put on leave involved. Tuesday morning, said he runs side by a “Kenosha Guard” group called when all followers were ready to “take” and “weapons to defend” the city against the “hooligans of evil”, according to an analysis of digital forensics the research laboratory of the Atlantic Council. (The Kenosha Guard page has suspended since then.) Fruity the group also “protect Armed citizens of our lives and property,” a now repealed event entitled, which resulted in at least 300 RSVP and 2,300 more people respond “interested” for analysis of the Atlantic Council. Buzzfeed News reported that the event was marked on Facebook at least 455 times after it was written. Both the site and the event was finally suspended by Facebook that night after the deadly shooting, according to the Washington Post. Rittenhouse was arrested in Antioch, Illinois. The approximately 15 miles from Kenosha on Wednesday on charges of first degree murder. In his video on Friday, Zuckerberg said Facebook’s investigation into the incident is no evidence that the shooter “was invited. Following this side of Kenosha protection, or was with the events or the event in any way,” he But he found Zuckerberg said that, no matter, which was launched a few weeks ago the part of Kenosha and Facebook event guard violated the new policy to the militia organizations. He said that Facebook is working all content praised on Tuesday shot or shooter to remove and has designated the shooting as a “mass murder.” He also said that social media companies have blocked Facebook and Instagram accounts of the shooter.