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>> This city killed my son, and a murderer gets away.>> Tears and outrage Friday after the Minnesota Police Officer who shot and killed black motorist Philando Castille during a traffic stop last year, was found not guilty of second degree manslaughter.>> He's found innocent on all counts.
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He shot Into a car with no regards of human life, and that's okay. Thank you, Minnesota.>> Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, live streamed the incident on Facebook. After Officer Jeronimo Yanez fatally shot Castile just seconds after Castile told him he had a gun in the car. Castile had a permit for the weapon.
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>> My brother was a good man, you never even heard him raise his voice. And for them jurors to not have enough human empathy and a conscience to just do the right thing, that just baffles me.>> The shooting, like similar incidents across the US, fueling the Black Lives Matter movement, and heated debate over the appropriate use of force by law enforcement against minorities.
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Yanez had testified he was afraid for his life, and that Castile did not follow his orders. Prosecutors argued Castile, was courteous and non life threatening. Shortly after the verdict, the City of St. Anthony, Minnesota announcing that Yanez would be released from the police force.>> St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman adding that community centers would be open through Monday for locals to gather for discussion and support.