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>> No justice, no peace.>> Another deadly shooting of a black man by police caught on video, this time in Minnesota. Angry crowds blocking streets, protesting the incident which took place in Falcon Heights, a suburb of St. Paul, Wednesday. Soon after the shooting, a woman live streaming part of the disturbing encounter on Facebook and later posting this ten minute video to YouTube.
The video shows the woman describing what happened moments before, while a black man covered in blood is slumped over in the seat next to her as an officer points a gun into the vehicle. The woman says the victim, her boyfriend, had been pulled over for a broken tail light.
>> He 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.>> The footage then shows the officer yelling frantically at the woman in the car who also had a child at the back.
>> I told him not to reach for it! I told him to get his hand off it!>> Reuters has been unable to confirm the validity of the video. The man 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.
>> The victim was identified by family as Philando Castile. The 32 year old was a cafeteria supervisor at a school in St. Paul. The woman in the video is said to be his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds. Police have not confirmed their identities. The incident comes hours after the US 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 Alton Sterling had a gun and took something from Sterling's pocket, but there is no gun seen on him in the video.