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The fiancée of 32-year-old Philando Castile, who was shot and killed by police in Minnesota, speaking out on Thursday.>> The police did this to my daughter.>> They killed, the police>> Killed him in front of my daughter.>> Soon after the shooting, Diamond Reynolds live streamed part of the deadly encounter on Facebook and also posted this ten minute video to YouTube.
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The video shows Reynolds describing what had happened moments before.>> While Castillo, covered in blood, is slumped over in the seat next to her as an officer points a gun into the vehicle.>> You let the officer know that he was, he had a firearm and he was reaching for his wallet, and the officer just shot him in his arm.
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>> Reynolds said his fiance had been pulled over for a broken tail light. The footage then shows the officer yelling frantically at Reynolds, whose daughter was at the back of the car.>> I told him to get his hand open.>> Reynolds told reporters Thursday that the officers on the scene never checked her fiance's pulse after the shooting and had handcuffed her.
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Castille later died in the hospital. Police have not identified the cop responsible for the shooting.>> The officer involved in this incident has been put on standard paid administrative leave.>> Angry crowds, blocking streets Thursday, protesting the incident which took place in Falcon Heights, a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota's Governor calling for a federal investigation into the fatal shooting.
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>> The horrible, horrible tragedy, a senseless tragedy, and one that I commit, Chief Executive of the state of Minnesota, I will do everything in my power to see it is investigated.>> The incident comes hours after the U.S. Justice Department launched an investigation into two police officers fatally shooting a black man in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Tuesday, which was also caught on several cell phone videos.
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One of the officers in the video said that Alton Sterling had a gun, and took something from Sterling's pocket, but there is no gun seen on him in the video.