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Trial Begins In Philando Castile Case


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The law enforcement agent that fired Philando Castile is going to trial. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Inform us just what you assume in the remark section listed below.

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)– Philando Castile's authorization to legitimately carry a weapon ended up being a factor of focus in the days after he was shot and eliminated by a Minnesota policeman, with some doubting whether Castile acted appropriately during the July web traffic stop and also others asking yourself whether the police officer followed his training.

However as the test of St. Anthony policeman Jeronimo Yanez started Tuesday, his lawyers asked that jurors not be enabled to hear declarations about Castile's concealed bring authorization.

Defense lawyer Earl Gray argued that Yanez, 29, really did not understand Castile had a license to bring at the time of the capturing, so proof concerning it is unimportant in his trial.

Castile, a black 32-year-old primary school snack bar worker, was eliminated July 6 throughout a traffic drop in the St. Paul residential area of Falcon Heights after he told Yanez he had a gun. The capturing's gruesome after-effects was streamed live on Facebook by Castile's girlfriend, Ruby Reynolds, who remained in the auto with her young little girl.

Yanez, that is Latino, is accuseded of second-degree murder and two minimal counts of jeopardizing safety.

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  1. Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

    Funny, I don’t remember the NRA ever coming out in defense of this man.

    • Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

      Jack Ripper #facts

  2. Posted by scott .lukes, at Reply

    Lock him up!

    • Posted by James Carter, at Reply

      My message was for scott….i didn’t even know you left a comment sorry.

    • Posted by Tammuz Menkheperre, at Reply

      +James Carter
      My apologies

    • Posted by Eric The Lion, at Reply

      Malik Jones Coon Alert

  3. Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

    How did that psycho become a cop? Oh wait–a lot of headcases become cops.

    • Posted by David Benjamin, at Reply

      First Last are you just going to make random stupid statements, or are you going to come up with something RELEVANT?

    • Posted by DKzAcronym, at Reply

      Elpresador’s Race Card It’s a requirement.

    • Posted by Debra, at Reply

      Elpresador’s Race Card
      and they have a gun

    • Posted by Debra, at Reply

      I believe there more accurate than you cops would have us believe

  4. Posted by Jeremy Cheng, at Reply

    Why did it take years for this to finally go to Trial? P.S. the Cop who shot Philandro will be, as usual found Not Guilty.

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      This happened less than a year ago, you ill-informed cluck.

    • Posted by Steven Rogers, at Reply

      it’s a toss up whether he’ll be charged… #1 He’s a cop, so it’s almost impossible according to the evidence thus far… BUT #2 now it’s NOT a white cop sooooo…. He might actually get a punishment that’s a punishment. You know, not paid leave… or relocation… Something that’s not.. “you killed a black person, here take some paid vacation time, and we’ll rehire you when you get back…we have to look like we didn’t approve…” White police are all but invincible in these cases. Ugh.

    • Posted by Jai Burnie aka JLM, at Reply

      Steven Rogers that’s sad but true they say race has nothing to do with it but race is a deciding factor and why nobody in independent media talking about all these hate crimes going on since trump took office

  5. Posted by Sarah Dietz, at Reply

    The ONLY reason he has been charged is because he’s NOT WHITE!

    • Posted by Sarah Dietz, at Reply

      Dustin Zilbauer , did you watch the whole video before you replied to my comment?
      My comment had nothing to do with the passengers of the car.

    • Posted by sfar1, at Reply

      Dustin Zilbauer you have two disorderly conduct convictions and you barely graduated high school. You were such renown loser at Grand Valley that it was legendary for folks 3 grades lower than you….. and apparently youre a bigot….I didn’t know because no one talked to you. Don’t scapegoat minorities for your personal failings and your pedostache.

    • Posted by mjnari022, at Reply

      I don’t care for these facts, I’m just hope this man gets justice for his unjustified murder because most of the time the murdered gets no justice

    • Posted by wafflegodpiechrist, at Reply

      Mik Coffin why is it an actual conversation over who was right when a cop shoots a civilian who posed no danger? How is this complicated? What drugs are you Americans on? Why do you employ the most easily frightened people to be police? In Britain the armed response police would be fired without hesitation, this would not be a conversation over here.

  6. Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

    Here before the conservatards play dumb and act as if the cop isn’t an “honorary white person.”

    • Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

      Dustin Zilbauer Lol dance on these strings cuck šŸ’ƒšŸ’ƒšŸ’ƒ

    • Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

      Mike Lopez Very true. great points.

  7. Posted by vegeta ss, at Reply

    Here’s a little secret and it must be told. “Concealed Carry”(and Open Carry) is something only white people can do. Sad to say but that is the state that we’re in. Even if you have a license to do so, if you’re a minority you have to leave the weapon at home. Its unfair, yes and I wish things were not this way but its safe to say that when certain officers hear the words “black male and gun” in the same sentence, they panic and this bullshit happens.

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      He had a gun in his lap that looks like the gun used in an armed robbery days earlier, fuckwit.

  8. Posted by Robert House, at Reply

    He sounds like a girl angry at her parents yelling at the dead person he murdered. Give him life.

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      It was suicide by cop. Castille had a gun in his lap with the barrel pointed toward the door and failed to comply with police orders not to touch it. The officer will be acquitted.

    • Posted by Ricky Overton, at Reply

      Dustin Zilbauer really? He also told the cop he had a gun and license! He did nothing wrong except be black!

    • Posted by Eric The Lion, at Reply

      Dustin Zilbauer your constant trolling on everybody’s thread trying to defend a dirty cop is annoying and stupid…why don’t you say what you truly feel

  9. Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

    This was a truly anti-American event. My deepest condolescences to the family. The struggle continues.

    • Posted by K Brandy, at Reply

      Thomas MacKelly That’s right Thomas, white policemen, the original domestic terrorist! Using their get out of jail free card…Oh I was fearful for my life!” when all other lies fail. Where is the NRA!? You do know the only reason the policeman was charged is because he is NOT white, don’t you!

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      My condolences to yet another cop whose life has been ruined by shamelessly dishonest, race-baiting lunatics.

  10. Posted by Luca Toni, at Reply

    How does marijuana make you violent? dafuq?

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      It doesn’t necessarily make you violent, but armed robbery and intent to shoot a police officer do.

    • Posted by Mark Williams, at Reply

      Don’t bother. Dustin is a troll.

  11. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    this cop should be facing higher chargers

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      He didn’t do anything wrong. Castille had a gun in his lap. You can see the reelection off the barrel, which is pointed toward the door where the officer is standing.

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply


    • Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

      +Dustin Zilbauer what chickenshit crack are you smoking none of that is true. He’s license to carry the gun told the officer he’s license to carry a gun and told the officer that he had the gun in the car which you’re supposed to do. He did everything right and the cop still shot him. He wasn’t pointing the gun at him that didn’t happen.

  12. Posted by Scalpking47, at Reply

    Poor training. Bulletproof mind training teaches Police to kill on a dime. This cop had very little situation de escalation training.

    • Posted by Mr. TIME BOMB!, at Reply

      Scalpking47 Sorry, racism can’t be trained out of a person.

    • Posted by Plat inum, at Reply

      Mr. TIME BOMB! Well people who are racist have a lower iq than average

    • Posted by Chris Hakala, at Reply

      Plat inum And police departments sometimes refuse to hire anyone with a high IQ.

  13. Posted by AirgiodFeochadan, at Reply

    How about we stop giving guns to cowards with badges?

    • Posted by Desmond Akkari, at Reply

      Great Idea.

    • Posted by AirgiodFeochadan, at Reply

      sfar1 – That . . . was great.

    • Posted by Kevin Carey, at Reply

      yah the cops can use Harsh language!

  14. Posted by Super Saitama, at Reply

    disgusting pigs…he needs life imprisonment in a maximum security confinement

    • Posted by Satanic Light, at Reply

      Super Saitama Erm no. There are much worse people in the world.

    • Posted by Leah Williams, at Reply

      Satanic Light umm no police swear under oath to protect and serve they are not and cannot be held in the same light as a civilian doing a crime

    • Posted by TheAhmedvienna, at Reply

      the fact that he’s going to jail, and he’s a cop, is enough torture. I feel sorry for him for the pain he’s about to get.

  15. Posted by FastDamone, at Reply

    Gun right advocates, where you at?

    • Posted by Mr. TIME BOMB!, at Reply

      Jay Diggy Exactly!!!!

    • Posted by Mike Lopez, at Reply

      I saw a lot of NRA people defending the cop not surprisingly.

    • Posted by vieuphoria1008, at Reply

      You got any Blue Oyster Cult?????? or your half of the abortion money Little prick šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚

  16. Posted by Zurround100, at Reply

    No amount of money can replace a father or mother but I hope his little daughter gets a megamillion dollar wrongful death settlement. I dont want that girl ever to have to stress over bills again, the state owes her huge.

    • Posted by Deer John, at Reply

      Gabe Lippincott just because she
      went to jail don’t make her scum you don’t know the full story behind her assault. plus you already seen how crooked the police is. she witnessed something bad and Because his record was clean they must turn to her and attack her.
      also she can’t control her family actions ,but i rarely believe what rumor is put on internet. i care for facts im sure she don’t need your sympathy. she will soon have millions of Benjamins to comfort her i hope she get paid the max.

    • Posted by Gabe Lippincott, at Reply

      no they have her on video commiting the crime, and the police didn’t make his mother come out and say she was lying and stealing the money from her to lay her son to rest, and she won’t be getting anything if there is a law suit, because they weren’t married or engaged and the kid is not his, and stealing money from a grieving mother does make you a scumbag, if you don’t think that then your an idiot, oh and the video was on the news by the way but of course the cops framed her, and please explain to me who turned on her and attacked her

    • Posted by Deer John, at Reply

      Gabe Lippincott show me the link than. also what she went through was traumatizing no matter how bad her past is. plus she innocent in this case and so is her daughter. she don’t need your approval

  17. Posted by Micaela Zelk, at Reply

    This is one of the stories of police brutality that really hit me hard.

    My step-dad was just driving my brothers and me home from school when we got pulled over out of the blue. The cop asked for his ID and registration with no mention as to why we were pulled over. The cop spent about twenty minutes in his car, so all of us were getting a bit anxious. Turns out, he checked my step-dad’s history all the way back from 2004 and, since my step-dad’s record was all clear, he let us on our way, still with no word as to why we got pulled over. We knew it was because Ben was black and had 2 white kids and a Puerto Rican kid in his car, but we didn’t really think much of it. In a home as multi-ethnic as mine, we were always conscious about race.

    Fast forward to the Philando Castille murder, wherein a black man with dreads is shot for following the police’s directions with a child in the backseat. The situation was so familiar and yet it had a completely different conclusion to my own experience. I couldn’t help but wonder what would have happened if my step-dad presented himself as a more stereotypical black man, what would have happened if he did happen to have a run-in with the law over a decade prior, what would have happened if my step-dad questioned the unjust stop, what would have happened Jeronimo Yanez came up to our window.

    • Posted by Micaela Zelk, at Reply

      My step-dad has a very complicated past with his racial identity and is not very connected with his racial roots, as seen in the way he presents himself. He has short cropped hair in lieu of dreads, like Philando, and wears a button-up and slacks pretty much all the time.

    • Posted by Wonderland Boudoir, at Reply

      I think you’re racially profiling black people in your statement. I’m going to guess that you step-dad has a bald fade and dresses like every normal black person who has a corporate job does. The fact that you stereotype black people to have ‘dreads” means that you, yourself don’t know many, if any, black people. Most American blacks dress like your step dad. You step dad is not an anomaly. He is the standard.

    • Posted by Micaela Zelk, at Reply

      +Wonderland Boudoir +dirtyjewmouth I didn’t say that I expect every single black person to have dreads; it is just a piece of what many would use when constructing a black stereotype, along with baggy pants and gold chains, which is skewed by the vast majority of black males in media, music, cinema, TV, etc., being represented as gangsters. My step-father’s disconnect from his ethnic roots does not solely exist in the fact that he wears a button-up and slacks perpetually, in recreation, in his profession, and otherwise. He grew up in the conservative greater Panama area in northern Florida, wherein he was constantly judged for his skin color, thus he tried to shear any ties he could to being black. He played the whitest sports at the time, soccer and tennis, although he has a running back’s frame. He did not associate with any of his black peers at school. He joined clubs wherein he made a point to be the only black kid. I used the example of his attire and hair because it was relevant to what made Philando and my step-father different in presentation, as this is pretty much the only evidence an officer at a traffic stop could use to set their impression and thus act accordingly.

      Also, I couldn’t help but find your comment about how I must not know “many, if any, black people” humorous as I live in a black majority neighborhood, go to a black majority school, and have three black people living in my own house.

    • Posted by Wonderland Boudoir, at Reply

      I am not discounting your step dad’s experience. He is allowed to associate with whomever he wants as long as he’s not hurting or infringing on anyone’s right. My problem was with your use of the word stereotype and how it reads in your statement. That because your step dad wears slacks and a button up that means he doesn’t fit the norm of a black person. We don’t know what Philando was wearing. However, if you make this argument again, I would suggest that you use the phrase “perpetuated stereotype”. Then people would know that you don’t follow that belief.

    • Posted by Micaela Zelk, at Reply

      I guess when I mentioned “stereotype” specifically, I thought it is implied that it reflects an amalgamation of many hundreds of thousands of people’s perceptions and experiences and not my own, but I understand the confusion. In the future I will modify “stereotype” to “perpetuated stereotype” if it further clarifies my point. Though, we actually do know what Philando was wearing, as we do have video of him bleeding out.

  18. Posted by jimster1111, at Reply

    isnt an officers first priority to render medical aid? how come in all these videos these cops just sit there until paramedics arrive?

    • Posted by Debra, at Reply

      because they want you to die so you can’t testify against them

  19. Posted by SlitDrum, at Reply

    Can a US citizen fatally shoot a police officer when he fears for his life?

    • Posted by TheLastSane1, at Reply

      Yes you can kill a cop if its a wrongful arrest

      Ring-Wingers only love the constitution when its on their side of an argument.

    • Posted by StarFighters76, at Reply

      Not that anyone should ever shoot anyone else, cop or otherwise, it would be interesting using their classic go-to bullshit line back on them. They wouldn’t think it’s much fun when that line is thrown back in their face. Maybe they will think twice before busting out bullshit.

  20. Posted by edward hickey, at Reply

    If this cop gets off, I can’t blame people for rioting

    • Posted by Yuriza Kojima, at Reply

      edward hickey And we will riot.

    • Posted by The Re Tro Nerds, at Reply

      nope it will be justified

    • Posted by Okaro X, at Reply

      A nice example of the soft racism of low expectations.