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.
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.
>> 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.
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.
>> 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.
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.