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CNN affiliate WCCO spoke to Castile’s relatives, who identified the woman as Diamond Reynolds. He told him that it was in his wallet, but he had a pistol on him because he’s licensed to carry.
A young girl, who can be seen moments later, is heard saying at one point, “I’m scared, Mommy.” The girl later tries to calm her increasingly despondent mother by saying, “It’s OK. The “officer involved” has been placed on standard paid administrative leave, Mangseth said Thursday morning. Anthony police force doesn’t have body cameras, according to the department’s office manager, Kim Brazil.I’m right here with you.” The woman describes being put in the back seat of the police car and says, “The police just shot my boyfriend for no apparent reason.” The nearly 10-minute video garnered more than 1 million views before it was briefly pulled from Facebook before being available again with a graphic warning. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension will lead the investigation, the department said in a statement.“Please don’t tell me my boyfriend’s gone,” the girlfriend pleads. Clarence Castile said his nephew was “a good kid” who had worked in the J. Hill school cafeteria for 12 to 15 years, “cooking for the little kids,” the Star Tribune reported. That man is a destroyer and he came into our lives and done something and took something from us,” Clarence told CNN.He said Philando’s mother, Valerie Castile, 60, had “broken down” over the death of her only son. Valerie Castile and her daughter emerged from the hospital emergency room early Thursday.“They killed my son,” Valerie Castile said, sobbing. And I know he didn’t antagonize that officer in any way to make him feel like his life was threatened.” Valerie also said she had instructed her son to always “comply” if stopped by police.A black man was fatally shot by a cop during a minor traffic stop in Minnesota — and the bloody aftermath was widely shared in a video in which the man’s anguished girlfriend, sitting by his side, said: “Police shot him for no apparent reason.” The man, identified by friends as Philando Castile, 32, a school cafeteria worker from St.
Paul, Minn., could be seen lying in the driver’s seat with his T-shirt drenched in blood.
Castile’s uncle, Clarence Castile, who was at Hennepin County Medical Center with other relatives, said Philando died at p.m., the Star Tribune of Minnesota reported. Reynolds, who noted that Castile was licensed to carry a handgun, said they were stopped on Larpenteur Avenue and Fry Street for a broken taillight.
The horrifying 10-minute video was streamed on a Facebook account under the name Lavish Reynolds. Jon Mangseth, said an officer pulled over their car around 9 p.m. The girlfriend said on the video that the cop — whom she described as Asian — “asked him for license and registration.
“They took a good man, a hard-working man; he worked since he was 18 years old.” She said her son was “not a gang-banger. Philando’s grief-stricken sister, Alize, said, “They killed my brother.
They held a gun on him while he was hurting, and did nothing to help him.” “It’s just like we’re animals.
It’s basically modern-day lynching that we’re seeing going on, except we’re not getting hung by a tree anymore — we’re getting killed on camera,” Alize said, CBS News reported.