Philando Castile, 32, was fatally shot while reaching for his wallet, according to his girlfriend, who livestreamed the bloody aftermath of the traffic stop gone wrong.
One day after the shooting death of Alton Sterling, another community searches for answers in the aftermath of officer-involved shooting that was captured on a phone video. As the nation grappled with the shooting death of a Baton Rouge man by city police, awoman in a St. Paul, Minnesota suburb is searching for answers.
In the moments after a routine traffic stop that ended in the shooting of her boyfriend, Lavish Reynolds took to Facebook Live to tell their story. According to Reynolds, recording beside her dying boyfriend in a car with her 4-year-old daughter in the backseat, an officer demanded to see his license and registration. Her boyfriend, 32-year-old Philando Castile, a cafeteria supervisor at J.J. Hill Montessori School in St. Paul, informed the patrolman that he was carrying a licensed firearm and that he was reaching for his identification.
Again, a day after the #AltonSterlingshooting, How can you police the world when you can’t even police yourself? pic.twitter.com/SsQ2yNTBMK
— Whack House (@WhackHouseMedia) July 7, 2016
What is the threat? Why so much hate? Why the blatant abuse of power?#FalconHeights#AltonSterling
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