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>> Hello sir.>> The newly released dashcam video shows what first appears to be a standard traffic stop. St Anthony police officer, Jeronimo Yanez, pulling over black motorist, Philando Castile, on a Minnesota freeway in July 2016.>> And now this one back here?>> But when Castile reveals he's carrying a firearm, tensions escalate.
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>> Sir, I have to tell you, I do have.>> Okay.>> A firearm on me.>> Okay, don't reach for it then.>> I'm reaching for.>> Don't pull it out. Don't pull it out.
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nez shot Castile five times. He later testified during his trial for second degree manslaughter that he feared for his life after Castile began reaching for a firearm.
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That alleged action could not be seen in the footage. Yanez was found not guilty.>> He ain't killed
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boyfriend.>> The aftermath of the encounter was also broadcast on social media. Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, recorded the incident from the passenger seat.>> And he let the officer know that he had a firearm, and he was reaching for his wallet and the officer just shot him in his arm.
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>> Castile's family plans to file a civil lawsuit in federal court.>> Nobody else was injured that I know of.