Thursday, July 07, 2016

What Happened To Philando Castile?

The tragic killing of Philando Castile was caught on film.


When will the conservatives start going after a man who was shot and killed by the police after a traffic stop?

Too late, the trolls accused the victim of being associated with the Crips. The victim was a hard working cafeteria worker with two children. Worked most of his life.

When will the junk food media release the mugshot of the victim?

Too late, the trolls unearth previous mugshots.

Will the junk food media talk about the victim's previous run ins with the law?

Too late, it's already been mentioned on the news.

Will the witness get death threats for recording on social media her boyfriend being shot while being pulled over by the police?

Likely. Because you know whenever you film the police or you're protesting against an injustice, the junk food media will release your name to the masses. Expect the witness to get death threats.

Do you believe the officer will not be indicted given the numerous incidents where legal carry and unarmed citizens of color are killed?

Yeah. Because even if it's filmed by witnesses, the grand jury will say there's not enough evidence to indict an officer. A Black man with a legal right to carry a firearm in a state is more likely to be detained or killed. Most states have a conceal carry law.
Shot at point blank range.
When will they release the name of the officer and the time spent on the beat?

Eventually and say that the officer never had complains and he's been nominated for awards, etc.

We don't know yet. But will the trolls go through the social media of the officer like they've done the victim? Because if the trolls are willing to go after victim for bragging on social media, we should do the same for the officer.

Me and S. Baldwin are following the recent police shooting of a Minnesota man who was shot and killed while being livestreamed on social media. The Minneapolis Police, Roseville Police, Falcon Heights Police and St. Anthony Police are trying to sort out how this happened.

The officer who was allegedly from Roseville was put in the freezer.

Philando Castile was shot and killed by the Falcon Heights police officer after a routine pullover. It was filmed by his girlfriend Lavish Reynolds who was later detained. According to the Lavish, the officer pulled them over for a busted tail light. Philando told the officer he had legal carry firearm on him. As he was reaching for his wallet, he was shot mulitple times.

As Philando was dying the officer didn't render aid. He is too busy arguing with Lavish filming the video.

Philando was shot four times in the arm and chest. He was shot in front of his daughter. It went viral the moment Lavish went to social media to livestream it.

The "police shot him for no apparent reason, no reason at all," she says.

She said on the video that the officer "asked him for license and registration. He told him that it was in his wallet, but he had a pistol on him because he's licensed to carry. The officer said don't move. As he was putting his hands back up, the officer shot him in the arm four or five times."
Cop fires gun at motorist reaching for his wallet.
The video shows a uniformed police officer holding a pistol on the couple from outside the car. The officer can be heard to say, "I told him not to reach for it. I told him to get his hand out."

The girlfriend says in the video that her boyfriend was shot by a Roseville police officer.

St. Anthony police Sgt. Jon Mangseth, who is the interim police chief, told reporters at the scene that the primary officer who initiated the traffic stop and the backup officer who responded were St. Anthony police officers.

Castile was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. The woman and a child in the car with him were taken to another police agency and were being interviewed, Mangseth said.

St. Anthony police issued a news release after midnight, confirming that a man was shot by one of its officers about 9 p.m. and had later died. "A handgun was recovered from the scene," the news release said. It said little else except that the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension will lead the investigation.

Clarence Castile, Philando's uncle, said his nephew had worked in the J.J. Hill school cafeteria for 12 to 15 years, "cooking for the little kids." He said his nephew was "a good kid" who grew up in St. Paul and also lived in Minneapolis for a time.

Lavish Reynolds tells viewers that the cops murdered Philando.
He said Philando's mother, Valerie Castile, 60, was inside the hospital and had "broken down" over the death of her only son.

He said Philando had left his home about two hours before the shooting occurred. "My nephew was killed by the police" without doing anything wrong, he said.

Valerie Castile, Philando's mother was outraged over this. She told CNN she's angry that officials wouldn't let her identify her son's body and that she will have to wait until after the autopsy to see him.

"The family has a number of concerns about what happened in this case," Levy-Pounds said. "They do not believe that the shooting was warranted in this case. Philando Castile was an upstanding citizen, according to all the reports that we've heard."

As I stated earlier, conservatives are calling him a "Crip" domestic terrorist. Conservatives always smear Black people by stereotyping them as "gang bangers", "thugs", "monkeys" and "unfit parents".

This comes two days after the death of Alton Sterling who was shot and killed by the Baton Rouge Police after they claimed he was reaching for a gun.

World News Today send our condolences to the family of Philando Castile.

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