BREAKING: Dashcam Released Showing Cop Murder Philando Castile

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Last week, a Minnesota jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty in the 2016 shooting of Philando Castile. This week, they released the dashcam footage leading one to question just how blinded the jury was in coming to their decision to acquit him.

When watching the very graphic and disheartening dashcam footage below, one is left in utter bewilderment at the jury’s decision. Perhaps it was the judge’s decision to disallow them access to Yanez’s testimony — twice. Or, perhaps, a slick tongue police apologist, trained in the art hypnotizing the jury into thinking that law-abiding licensed conceal carry permit holders are somehow a threat to cops.

Or, perhaps, America has a horrid problem holding police officers accountable for murdering citizens.

“No reasonable officer would have used deadly force under these circumstances,” Ramsey County Attorney John Choi said in a press conference after watching the dashcam footage last year. “Philando Castile was not a threat.”

And now we know why.

For some reason, during the stop, the cowardly Yanez began to fear for his life because of Castile. However, all Castile was doing was telling the officer that he was legally concealed carrying.

Under Minnesota law, you do not have to disclose that you are carrying a firearm during a traffic stop unless you are asked. However, if asked, carriers must answer truthfully and provide their permit to carry, along with identification. During the stop, Yanez became aware of Castile’s handgun and Castile was then legally required to show him his license.

While Castile reached for his license, the fearful Yanez opened fire — dumping 7 rounds into the innocent man.

“He emphatically repeated that he was not pulling out the gun, only that he was lawfully carrying,” explained Choi, noting that even after his dead body was examined that the gun was still in the bottom of his pocket — and, his permit for carrying it was in his other pocket.

“His dying words were in protest that he wasn’t reaching for his gun,” noted Choi.

The cowardly Yanez’s murderous actions were so uncalled for that the shots even surprised his partner.

“During this entire incident, officer Cowzer did not touch or remove his gun from its holster,” stated Choi. “By his actions, and his own words, officer Cowzer did not see Castile make any sudden movements and was surprised by the gunshots.”

Now that the video has been released, we can see all of these facts for ourselves.

“There has always been a systemic problem in the state of Minnesota, and me thinking, common sense that we would get justice. But nevertheless, the system continues to fail black people,” Valerie Castile, Philando’s mother said. “My son loved this city, and the city killed my son and the murderer gets away.”

As the Free Thought Project reported last year, Castile was a ticking time bomb because of law enforcement policy in the United States.

Prior to being pulled over and murdered by Yanez, Castile had been stopped a whopping 52 times. All of these ‘offenses’ were non-criminal, had no victim, and were used to extract thousands from this poor man.

According to the Post, Castile was assessed at least $6,588 in fines and fees, although more than half of the total 86 violations were dismissed, court records show.

Castile was not a criminal. Not only was he not a criminal, Castile was an upstanding member of the community who now mourns his loss, yet he was targeted by police dozens of times. 

Castile was murdered — over a tail light.

But, as the Free Thought has pointed out, this was a near mathematical certainty because Yanez had undergone special training which taught him that the public is the enemy. In May of 2014, reports the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Yanez underwent a 20-hour seminar on “Street Survival” taught by Illinois-based Calibre Press, which teaches courses on the subject to police officers nationwide.

The company’s “Street Survival Seminar” overview displays a monomaniacal focus on that most important of all policy considerations, “officer safety.” It treats every police encounter as a combat situation in which only one life truly matters – that of the government’s armed emissary, not that of the citizen who is supposedly being protected and served by him.

And now we see the ultimate result of training cops to kill.

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  • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

    And Piggytown STILL cannot grok why they are loathed, despised and HATED SO MUCH……

  • endofwatchersbegan1/28/2011

    How about an eye for an eye when it comes to this BS. You BETTER make the right decision, or you will end up dead. One way or another.

  • Mark Robertson

    Murder! I’m disgusted.

  • LT

    The officer was excessively nervous and reacted as a reflex out of fear. The officer was WRONG. He made a mistake. A man died. The victim should NOT have volunteered that he had a CCP and had a gun. He should have kept his hands on the wheel. When instructed, he should have verbalized what he was about to do, do it SLOWLY, and KEEP ONE HAND ON THE WHEEL. If it became necessary for the victim to reviel that he had a permit and a gun, he should ask the officer how to proceed. He should ask the officer to remove his weapon if possible. But the officer panicked and was WRONG and guilty of man slaughter. The officer should not be in uniform.

    • StudyBushnBlairsHolocaust

      Amazingly, these killer cops NEVER kill fellow officers in a frenzied moment or their own family members, friends. They only target strangers.

      Broken tail light? And a training manual which teaches officers to end the threat and a court system that permits an all inclusive “I felt threatened” post occurrence explanation.

      Sadly, US police are trained in Israel. These trips are paid for by private funds including funds donated by the Anti Defamation League and this has been going on for years.

    • Dr_NOS

      Very apologetic. Perhaps the bastard should have not been allowed to patrol altogether

  • Ingmar Blessing

    omg what an incredibly incompetent cop!

    • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

      Call it what it REALLY is: That idiot IS A MURDERER. Plain as day. For ALL TO SEE.

  • Cynical Old Bastard

    Damn. They’re just straight-up killin’ folks on the streets now. Ain’t even trying to hide it anymore. I’d almost bet that cop quietly becomes the Chief of a small town cop shop somewhere.

    Anybody else see the problem here? A cop’s word against a dead guy’s and a hysterical female and her child? With that video they can make the narrative whatever they want it to be.

    I am so very thankful for our small town cops. They are our friends, family, and neighbors. We love them. Most of them anyways. A few assholes now and then but they generally don’t last long around here.

    We also get outsiders from the city on occasion and they are kinda freaked by an armed populace, but they either learn to deal with it or leave. I think it intimidates them… which, if you think about it, is the entire reason for the 2nd in the 1st place.

    And the reason they have to eliminate that pesky little problem.

    Concealed carry permit? Pfft! What is that? We are a constitutional carry state and we exercise that right.

  • Dusty Bottoms

    While I totally agree this officer should be drummed out of the department and subject to civil suit I have to submit that we in Texas are advised to already have our licenses out and ready for the officers before they even ask for it. It saves having to reach for anything after they arrive at your window. The one time I was stopped I did so and the TXDPS officer asked me to step out of the truck and come to the rear at which point I gave him both of my licenses. Failure to disclose your carry license along with the driver’s is, I believe, grounds for loosing it.

  • Dr_NOS

    And no one considers to shot down like a f’ing dog that f’ing policeman bastard? take his address and retire him and all his offsprings

  • SP_88

    How many games did the judge play to get this not guilty verdict? What evidence was considered “inadmissible” so that the jury never saw it? Or was the jury made up of cops? Whatever happened, it will just embolden the police to use deadly force more often without fear of being held accountable.
    This is the shit that pisses people off. How could such a slam dunk case be lost? This should have taken the jury fifteen minutes to decide.
    Where’s the “hands up, don’t shoot” crowd now? Where’s all the people who are sick and tired of people being shot by police? Where are the riots? And the protests?
    Or is it only worthy of a riot or protest if people like George Soros pay for it? Perhaps, because this is about gun control, and it cannot be attributed to some leftist cause, than nothing will come of it. I don’t get it.
    And the fact that there was a second officer here makes this that much more outrageous. If these two idiots couldn’t safely take away the firearm from a man who was cooperating with them, then they have not been trained properly.
    This man died because of the gross negligence of this officer and his fear of doing his job, neither of which is the fault of Castile.
    Saying that you fear for your life is not a good enough reason to kill. Period. It’s not a good enough reason for us. It shouldn’t be used as a reason for the police.
    We cannot get away with killing people even when we are in danger of losing our lives or at risk of serious injury. In some states, you cannot kill an intruder in your home if you have the option to flee.
    Obviously the police are not going to flee, but the point is that these cops should have been able to do their job without killing anyone. There needs to be more accountability. The police need to be trained to err on the side of saving lives, not taking them.
    But don’t hold your breath. There’s an agenda at play here. And I think it’s to make people fear those who dare to exercise their second amendment rights.
    If the public believes that anyone carrying a firearm is so dangerous that they need to be shot, it will stigmatize licensed gun owners. And it will make people fear exercising their second amendment rights.
    And pro-gun advocacy groups should get behind the people to put an end to this abuse of police power. Otherwise this is only going to get worse as the police come to realize that they are shoot people with impunity just because they have a licensed firearm on them.
    Licensed gun owners are going to become a target for any trigger happy police officers. And the courts will support them.
    Apparently we cannot count on the people who end up on the jury to do what’s right. Especially when the evidence they see and hear is tainted with the bias of these judges.

  • Jeri Brace

    American policemen & policewomen have become public enemy number 1! a Band of Terrorists with a badge & a gun. rarely do they get more than a slap on the wrist for murdering anyone. because of this worthless POS cop people will now not reveal to Police officers if they are armed. tell a cop your armed you might as well sign your own Death Warrant!

  • Terry Schulze

    This video makes no sense to me whatsoever from start to finish. They pulled off 911 Sandy Hook the Pulse Nightclub shooting and so many others who knows if this was another one of their psyops to piss people off even more. And the fact that his girlfriend was recording even when she was in the cop car really?? Question everything.

  • Terry Schulze

    I just saw pics of a gun right beside his leg. It wasnt in his pocket. Lies. Google it!