Falcon Heights Philando Castile Shooting Update – Radio Dispatch, Dash Cams…

We’ve been to this rodeo so frequently there’s a transparent pattern.

Notice anything missing?

mn shooting 7♦ There does not appear to be a public call by the family of Philando Castile for the release of the radio dispatch from St. Anthony’s Police department.  Why do you think that is?

♦ There does not appear to be a public call by the family of Philando Castile for the immediate release of the Dash-Cam video.  Nor is the media driving that transparency narrative as they customarily do in high profile events.

Why do you think that is?

Regarding #1 point above.  The only release of the radio communication came from an anonymous leak to a local TV station.   The leak provided the essential framework to understand why Officer Yeronimo Yanez stopped the vehicle driven by Philando Castile.

Vis-a-vis the matching description of the 7/2/16 armed robbery suspect:

 

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[…] Employees described one suspect [USA1] to police as a black man with longer than shoulder-length dreadlocks, who wore blue jeans, a green plaid long-sleeved shirt, dark-color shoes with white highlights, glasses and a baseball cap printed with marijuana leaves, the release says. He may have had a mustache.

The other suspect [USA2] was described as a black man with shoulder-length dreadlocks, who wore tan pants, tan shoes with white soles, a green jacket, a green baseball cap and glasses, the release says. He also had some of his hair pulled into a bun through the strap on the back of his hat and had a small mustache and facial hair on his chin (link)

suspect MN 1

The only way we know the reason for Officer Jeronimo Yanez to pull over the vehicle is because of police radio.  The motive for the stop was outlined in the police audio.

“I’m going to stop a car. I’m going to check IDs.  I have reason to pull it over.”

“The two occupants just look like people that were involved in a robbery. The driver looks more like one of our suspects, just ‘cause of the wide set nose.” (link)

The audio was leaked.  Why do you think that is?

Could it possibly be officers within St Anthony PD know exactly what the grievance industry does when they create a false narrative?

Could it be they know the only way to eliminate the false narrative, in essence to counter the lies, is to force the truth into the hands of those who will have no option than to present it ?

The truth and transparency of action has no agenda.  However, those who benefit from hiding shaping the truth benefit from the hiding details, delaying information, and the deliberate obfuscation of facts.

We saw this in every previous case where it was the scheme team or the grievance group who were vested in keeping the truth hidden.  (Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Freddie Gray and Walter Scott)….  Another familiarity:

“He’s not a gangbanger. He’s not a thug“.

32-year-old Philando Castile Facebook “Crips” Gang Group:

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mn castile 2

P.O.L.O = Property Of Locs Only

mn philando-castile-tycoon

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Issue #3 – The Now Infamous Hand Gun Permit Banter:

The Star Tribune went to great lengths to assert:

Philando Castile had a valid permit to carry a gun when he was shot and killed by a St. Anthony police officer, a source confirmed to the Star Tribune Friday.

[…] In the video, Reynolds said Castile told the officer, Jeronimo Yanez, that he had a permit and was carrying a gun. Yanez shot Castile multiple times.

“He’s licensed to carry, he was trying to get his ID, his wallet out of his pocket and he let the officer knew he had a firearm and was reaching for his wallet,” Reynolds said in the video as a bloodied Castile lay in the driver’s seat dying.

Although the names of gun permit holders are not public under state law, a source confirmed Castile was issued the permit when he lived in Robbinsdale. (link)

The article states: “when he lived in Robbinsdale” and that is past tense.

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Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension

Do I need to notify the sheriff’s office when I move?

Yes, a permit holder is required to notify the issuing sheriff’s office within 30 days of a permanent address change. Failure to do so is a petty misdemeanor. (link)

How long ago did Philando Castile move from Robbinsdale?  Did Philando Castile re-register his address?  Was the carry permit, if he indeed had one, valid?

POLICE RECORD:

mn philando castile 7-4-16 two crop1. Violate instr permit – dismissed
2. No proof of insurance – guilty
3. Basic speed – guilty
4. Driving after suspension – dismissed
5. No proof of insurance – guilty
6. No seat belt use – dismissed
7. No proof of insurance – guilty
8. Impede traffic – dismissed
9. No Minnesota driver’s license – amended charge guilty
10. Driving after suspension of driver’s license – Convicted
11. No proof of insurance – dismissed
12. No proof of insurance – convicted
mn shooting 813. Driving after revocation – Dismissed
15. Driving after suspension – Dismissed
16. No proof of insurance – guilty
17. Speeding – dismissed
18. Driver’s license – failure to obtain new – dismissed
19. Muffler required – dismissed
20. Driving after revocation – guilty
21. Operation of motor vehicle after loss of license prohibited – dismissed
22. Dangerous public road/water – convicted
23. Driving after revocation – convicted
24. No proof of insurance – dismissed
25. Driving after revocation – convicted
26. Seat belt violation – dismissed
27. Driving after revocation – convicted
28. Proof on insurance – Dismissed
29. Driving after revocation – convicted
30. Driving after revocation – convicted
31. Driving after revocation – convicted
32. Seat belt required – convicted
33. Seat belt required – convicted
34. Driving after revocation – convicted
35. Driving after revocation – convicted
36. Driving after revocation – convicted
37. Driving after revocation – convicted
38. Driving after revocation – convicted
39. Driving after revocation – convicted
40. Stop/stand/park vehicle at any place where official signs prohibit stopping – convicted
41. Expired registration – dismissed
42. Snow emergency parking restrictions – convicted
43. Stop/stand/park vehicle on any street/ally, at the same location, for more than 48 consecutive hours – convicted
44. Abandon motor vehicle on any public/private property without consent – convicted
45. Stop/stand/park vehicle on any street/ally, at the same location, for more than 48 consecutive hours – convicted

In Dakota County, he also had some traffic offenses:

46. Driving after suspension – guilty

In Hennepin County, Castile had these violations:

47. Driving after revocation – convicted
48. Display altered/fictitious insurance card – dismissed
49. Driving after revocation – convicted
50. Seat belt required – dismissed
51. Uninsured vehicle – convicted
52. Driving after revocation – dismissed
53. Seat belt required – dismissed
54. Impromper display original plate – convicted
55. Seat belt required – convicted

There were two drug incidents listed on Castile’s record, but both were listed as dismissed by the court system:

1. Possess marijuana in motor vehicle – dismissed
2. Drugs – possess over 1.4 grams of marijuana in motor vehicle – dismissed

(Link to Records)


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  1. TexasRanger says:

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  2. TexasRanger says:

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    • marla623 says:

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      Islam is our greatest threat.

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  3. georgiafl says:

    Doesn’t EvilMac KobeClutch Battle (lower right corner photo in Crips line-up) look like he could be one of the perps in the armed robbery?

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  4. vic mazza says:

    Dear Americans,

    It’s sad this young man is gone…however
    looking @ his lengthy record he has long had a problem with authority (my opinion) & even has had many of his torts thrown out!!!

    Black, white, purple, orange, red or whatever color you are, is this fair to our police (& their time) to be “baby sitting” adults….

    The law of averages is going to get negitive being pulled over this many times….I dought I would have had so many charges dropped! What about the stress this man caused!!!!

    It’s about time someone take accountabily here instead of burying the police!

    Vic Mazza

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  5. So he can afford a gun and a carry permit, But cant seem to put his seat belt on or purchase insurance for his car???

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  6. Polish Rifle says:

    Philando’s mother (Valerie Castile) is a CONVICTED FELON with numerous misdemeanors (including PROSTITUTION) on her decades-long dossier.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      fraud and falsifying info to receive entitlements.

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      • Polish Rifle says:

        2ND DEGREE FELONY ASSAULT in Minnesota (prison time served) and FELONY FORGERY in Missouri (3 year sentence) when Philando was a wee lad:

        21CCR-525244 – ST V VALERIE CASTILE

        Charge/Judgment
        Description: Forgery { Felony C RSMo: 570.090 }
        Date: 05/16/1985 Code: 1801000 Disposition: Guilty Plea – 02/08/1991
        OCN: 89030524
        Sentence: Incarceration DOC
        Sentence Date: 10/11/1991 Start Date: 10/11/1991 Length: 3 Years
        Text: MISSOURI DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS

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      • daughnwork247. I am just wondering if they will do anything with her and the girlfriend for fraud and false to a officer..

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  7. Polish Rifle says:

    Does anyone else believe that Phil committed countless violent crimes during the last, let’s say, 15 years without being apprehended? Some career thugs are just plain lucky until justice finally stops their ne’er-do-wellism.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      No offense BUT, I am white, middle-aged, female, several degrees, wife/mom, biz owner and live in a big house.
      I love my police department YET, if I had 63 moving violations in the last 15 years, and continued to drive without a license/insurance, a BIG RED LIGHT would go off on the switchboard of our police station every time I left the driveway in my car.
      It’s pure stupidity to keep driving.

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    • aichawallaby says:

      I imagine he may have been a low level burglar recently graduated to armed robbery. He may also have had various shakedowns going on. If he was a member of the Crips, he did various illegal things for them. And we don’t know, of all the things we DO know, what he may plea bargained away over his career.

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    • Jett Black says:

      He was a dindunuffinist.

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  8. Larry Bates says:

    I did notice something missing in your report Sundance. Common sense and decency. It is very unbecoming to dance on the grave of anyone, much less someone recently killed by the police in suspicious circumstances. When the facts of this case are known, you may be correct that Mr. Philandro Castile was the armed robber in the Minnesota convenience store, but even then, you will be right for the wrong reasons. On the other hand, you could be wrong. Imagine that, and the impact it could have on the next election.

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    • Polish Rifle says:

      Sundance is spot on accurate and truthful. And Trump will win in November. Go back to your motel, Master Bates.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Gary says:

      “If i walks like a duck”…….

      Wake up

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    • treewig says:

      SD, to my knowledge, has never said Castile was one of the armed robbers. He has said he fits the description of one of them and that was the reason the officer pulled over the car and was on high alert when a gun was mentioned/produced. The suggestion is that it changes the narrative of the officer “shooting someone over a broken tail light”, to shooting someone he thought might be an armed robber with a gun who wasn’t following his commands.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Treewig, I’ve read these articles and comment threads and affirm your clarification. From what I’ve read, you’re right on the money.

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      • Larry Bates says:

        Does it change the argument if the officer, by his own admission, pulled Mr. Philando Castile over “because of a wide set nose”? By the way, how wide is your nose? What if a police officer comes looking for someone with a thin nose next time? Are you OK with that?

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        • Polish Rifle says:

          I know plenty of homo sapiens with a “wide set” proboscis, my Caucasian grandfather (rest his soul) included.

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        • treewig says:

          The officer didn’t say he pulled him over because of a “wide set nose”. He says he was pulling the pair over because they appeared to fit the description of two individuals who had committed an armed robbery. The specific feature of “wide set nose” was but one feature that he thought fit that description. There is little question that black male, dreadlocks, age, glasses, facial hair, etc. were also features matching the description of the armed robbers.

          This is one point that I actually agree with on the Gov of MN (at least the literal statement, not what he implied). Castile would be alive today if he wasn’t black because he wouldn’t have fit the description of those armed robbery suspects had he been white. There are probably several other things that could have kept him alive, but unfortunately, those things didn’t occur.

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          • bertdilbert says:

            If only a white person did the armed robbery, a black person would be alive today! If the government just gave free smokes to blacks this would never have happened. Free Newports!

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        • daughnworks247 says:

          Bates – you are reaching here.
          Police cannot run facial recognition software from his patrol car.
          Come on.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Jett Black says:

          Mr. Bates, you’re a troll, whether you know it or not, but I’ll bite this one time–if I get pulled over, b/c I fit the description (with a picture that shows exactly what the perp looks like and I look a lot like him), then I’m going to treat the LEO like I always treat them–with all the respect that a guy with a gun, badge, radio, and a superior firing position is entitled to. I won’t do something stupid, like try to go for a gun in my lap or reach anywhere my hands can’t be seen by the LEO. If I have a gun, I’ll tell the LEO and not move again, until he/she specifically instructs me to. That’s probably a little more deference than they’re entitled to under the law, but maybe not. More importantly, there’s a “natural law” that trumps all man-made laws–i.e., if you don’t want to get killed, don’t give a guy with a gun in a superior firing position any reason to shoot you. Now please stop being a troll and unless you’re going to lend some relevant, objective, rational input to the discussion, stop commenting. You’re always welcome to read and learn.

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        • billybaroo says:

          Does it change the argument if the officer, by his own admission, pulled Mr. Philando Castile over “because of a wide set nose”?

          Are you folks honest about anything?

          What if a police officer comes looking for someone with a thin nose next time? Are you OK with that?

          As opposed to curly hair, or being black(or white)? And for the record, if a robbery suspect has a thin nose, I”m fine with cops looking for perps with thin noses that resemble the suspect. Why wouldn’t I be?

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        • SWOhio says:

          If an officer of the law pulled me over for ANY reason whatsoever, I would follow his instructions,

          I would not reach for the gun if I were stupid and ignorant enough to be driving around with one in my lap.

          If the reason I was pulled over was because of a similarity to a criminal, and I was NOT that criminal, I would still follow the officer’s instructions to the letter.

          I guess you wouldn’t. Big mistake.

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        • mopar2016 says:

          Stop crying loser.
          Cops don’t need to speak politically correct.
          They’re too busy trying to stay alive.

          Liked by 1 person

        • James F says:

          Are you also upset that Lavish Diamond profiled latino Officer Yanez as a “heavy set, 5’5″ chinese man”?

          How are cops supposed to find people they are searching for without using descriptions, genius?

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      • Jerri Sinefeld says:

        Well said. Spot on. When are we going to start looking at things from the police perspective instead of always the criminal’s?

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    • Trumped says:

      His police record speaks for himself. Gangbanger making trouble all day everyday.
      He had his death coming one way or the other.

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    • Deb says:

      Whether he was the armed robber or not doesn’t matter, the fact is the officer had probable cause to believe he might be and pull him over. Things escalated from there, and if the officer’s version of events are correct, then he was acting out of a reasonable fear for his life and Philando failed to follow his instructions.

      Don’t drive with a gun on your lap, and if an officer sees the gun and tells you to put your hands up, do it. We’ll have to wait for the toxicology report to see if any illegal substances contributed to his poor judgement.

      One thing we know for sure, Lavish seems to be a liar. Cops aren’t expected to risk their lives so people can be stupid.

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    • coeurdaleneman says:

      Larry, the information-gathering here is far more tasteful than the money-grubbing being conducted by certain sleazy parties.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Josh says:

      No one is dancing on anyone’s grave!

      Larry Bates, YOU are an idiot!

      Liked by 6 people

    • slawinlaw says:

      Sundance showed the pics of the two suspects to give an indication of the officer’s state of mind at the time of the traffic stop. The officer states on the scanner tape that he is pulling Castile over because he resembles one of our suspects. Castile may or may not be the robbery suspect but he closely resembled one. What Sundance has offered is the unvarnished truth. He offers it for the best of reasons: that objective Truth matters. It is not offered for some “higher” “politically correct” reason. It is offered as the truth.

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    • paulyho39 says:

      It would appear to me that there have been numerous…too numerous to tell…incidents in this man’s life where he was given a break…or “breaks”, plural! Perhaps if he had not gotten away with so much, even though lesser in seriousness…this may not have happened! I get the idea that even when a young man has a long record of law breaking, one dare not SAY it…for fear you’re not being “fair”…or something! He might have fared much better had he “gotten his act together” years ago and started respecting the law!

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  9. cali says:

    All I can add is “WOW” just “WOW’! Sundance – your research into this individual is not only extensive but also speaks to his disregard for authority and laws. Anyone that does not respect authority always ends up being a troublemaker.
    Having said that: He was involved in child sex trafficking as the documents provided/attached as the designated “Tycoon Gangster”? That alone deserves more exposure and scrutiny but as always you – Sundance – do the work the media should be obligated to report. Sure – that’s too much to ask since they decided to be the ‘propaganda outlet’ for the agenda and their ‘agents’.
    His death has become that of a ‘martyr’ – facts be damned!

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  10. wodiej says:

    Another so called, innocent, upstanding black citizen killed by police for not justifiable reason. That sure as hell looks like him in that robbery video. Gun with no permit-illegal. Smoking pot in front of a minor-endangerment. Numerous traffic violations including losing his license, no insurance. I bet there’s more. And don’t get me started on Alton Sterling who was an unregistered, convicted pedophile, arrested for robbery, assault, drugs and God knows what else. Where are these violent protesters when they kill each other? Call out the National Guard, begin tear gas and get this settled down quickly. It’s getting worse.

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  11. tammy says:

    This perp sounded like a real pos!

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  12. the news is flipping the video footage – looked through… ABC, CNN and a few others. They have moved the placement of the two people in the car(?) This is the only one I could find where – seems they were told to flip the film but didn’t do so correctly. It shows the steering wheel in front of the man who was shot, but they forgot to change the rest – so:

    In this film, the victim is sitting in the passenger side (officer and cars going by behind – that is passenger side of a vehicle, driver’s side is curb-side) with the steering wheel in front of him.

    Our MSM is attempting to cover up and go along with the woman’s initial “story” – that it was a pull over for a broken tail light and he was just getting his d.l. He wasn’t the driver of the vehicle, so if that is why pulled over the woman, not the man – would be asked for her dl.

    pulled from a Young Turks piece – they apparently did “get the memo” to flip the film to match the narration – just screwed up and only changed where the steering wheel placement was. Again – the officer is standing road-side/cars going by. The “steering wheel” is on the other side of the car/curb side.

    This is nuts. (and as soon as “YoungTurks” is told of their error – not changing the film enough, certain their video too – will go down.

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    • Polish Rifle says:

      Worst Rod Stewart song ever.

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    • Jett Black says:

      This didn’t even happen in the USA–it’s a right hand drive car! UK, Aussie, Jamaica maybe. In short, the vid is f’d up. Also, concur with Polish Rifle–worst RS song. Gotta go back to Faces to get the good stuff.

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    • Germaine Brown says:

      The phone is just turned around. This changes the perspective of the video. He is sitting on the driver’s side of the vehicle.

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    • vwkid73 says:

      He is on the driver’s side. The woman’s recording is flipped because of the phone’s orientation. No one edited the video.

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      • actually – NPR has confirmed – the server took the video down and flipped the positioning of the steering wheel (put in front of the man) etc.

        Prior to the original video being taken down by the Server and (sold/licensed to news orgs for $$$) and CNN ABC etc. re-posted on their own news channels, the steering wheel was in front of the woman; the glove compartment was in front of the man.

        If you look at the traffic passing (behind officer at window) all of the cars travelling same direction as their car is parked – show the “driver side” is same as where woman is sitting in this video:

        which was posted by a smaller news service; the CNN and larger news medias – actually used different traffic in their backgrounds. (they have better editing departments?)

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  13. Polish Rifle says:

    LEFT EAR. Philando’s LEFT EAR in the Lavish “Bleed sucka I is gonna be rich” FB live stream has been forensically matched by numerous law enforcement experts to the LEFT EAR of Perp2 in the Super USA surveillance video. Ears are individually unique like DNA and fingerprints, folks.

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    • clash108 says:

      Source? Link?

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    • Larry Bates says:

      Actually, Philando Castile’s ear does not appear to be a match for the ear of suspect #2 in the Minnesota convenience store robbery. Not from what I can see at least.

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      • Polish Rifle says:

        Are you a trained, skilled law enforcement forensics expert in ear biometrics … or did you simply stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night?

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        • oldiadguy says:

          “Are you a trained, skilled law enforcement forensics expert in ear biometrics”

          Well are you! I have 38 years in the business, how about you.

          “FB live stream has been forensically matched by numerous law enforcement experts to the LEFT EAR of Perp2 in the Super USA surveillance video.”

          clash108 asked for the source or link for this claim. Where is it?

          If you can’t supply the link then Larry Bates opinion is as valid as your and he wasn’t being obnoxious about it. (or did you simply stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night?)

          SMH

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          • clash108 says:

            A agree, but I did think his comment was funny. What I don’t like to see is misinformation on this site and if you bring up something new, cite it so we all can scrutinize it carefully instead taking it at face value.

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  14. benzy says:

    We may not have young Philando’s COMPLETE criminal history. If you look a the history we do know, one of those charges (and convictions) was for failure to obtain a new driver’s license after changing his name. That begs the question, what was his name before he was Philando and what criminal record lies under that name?

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    • oldiadguy says:

      Any alias should have shown up in the database. When a prisoner is booked for the first time, he is assigned a local identification number. If it was a state misdemeanor or felony, the prisoner would be added to the state database and assigned a state ID number, same with the Feds.

      Alias are discovered all the time and added to the databases. If Castile was booked under one name and later is booked under another name, the different name would normally be discovered and he would have probably booked for giving a false name and the new name added to the data bases. AKA Also Known As

      Take care

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    • AghastInFL says:

      I ventured down that rabbit hole myself, what I discovered is that the same code/charge applies to name or address change. So, Castile had a change of address and failed to update his identification in a timely matter, this is confirmed in that he had citations both before and after the referenced charge all to the same name, Castile.
      An aside to that point is the same timely update is required of the carry permit, any change of address must be updated with the issuing agency within 30 days. We know he failed to update his license, did he also fail to update the supposed “carry permit”?

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  15. ccz says:

    Look and listen to this Lavish Reynolds You Tube video.

    A very different but still very self-focused Lavish in another of her live streaming selfie videos. Note at the beginning of the video her saying at minute .37 to .55 to “be safe, put the guns down, you all, let these babies enjoy the holiday, put the guns down, you all.” Second selfie video where she says “put the guns down.” Seems having guns around is one of her concerns. Also language to a 2 year old at 2:08 and reference to “boyfriend” (Philandro) at 6:40. Unfortunately no sound for the last minute. She appears to be well practiced at live video streaming herself.

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    • jakeandcrew says:

      Another July 4, 2016 video. About 15 seconds in, Reynold’s says (referring to Philandro, who doesn’t respond to her, and keeps his head down), “He ain’t tryin’ to be seen y’all.”

      That doesn’t necessarily mean anything, but the robbery was 2 days before that. If he was one of the robbers, he would not want to be calling attention to himself – which, by the way, seems to be Lavish’s goal in life.

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    • Jett Black says:

      She is a narcissistic sociopath–this kind of acting/lying comes as naturally as breathing. Just like our Pretender in Chief.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Such a great example for children to learn from.
      Total trash.

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  16. A thought on the dress of the suspected child prostitution ring. Polo seems to be a brand chosen for them to wear. Gangs use code and symbols to identify themselves. If you look at the graffiti they leave it might not say anything to you, much of it appears to be a knockoff of what other secret organizations use. Many might remember that Trayvon’s dad was a head “prince hall” mason. However the lodge he belonged to was not official, there are many unofficial black Prince Hall Lodges. Using it as cover most likely.

    Polo brand might be an identifier, Its most likely not about the clothes or Ralph Loren, etc. POLO =POLLO (phonetically the same) which is Spanish for CHICKEN. CHICKEN is slang for sexual use of underage children. Its a huge brand name, and so someone wearing it is most likely not aware.

    Known gang members wearing Polo clothing might be a clue to their other activities in child trafficking.

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    • kathyca says:

      POLO can be “property of locs only” (see the reference in the article) Nothing to do with chicken.

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    • I disagree Cathy. It can be. The occult is a study of mine. Up is down down is up. Right is left left is right ( notice the weird flipped video, why). Who flipped it, is her phone capable of doing it as she records or was it done afterwards and why.

      I read the article and know about Property of Locs Only. When using code systems you hide the real meaning,

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      • aichawallaby says:

        The phone flipped the video. It depends on which direction the camera is recording – toward you and it flips it, like a mirror, so you see yourself the same way as if you’re looking in a mirror.

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        • I looked into that, I forgot though we are seeing the LIVE streamed image someone captured (I assume). If that is so then the image they captured would have the reverse. ( if they are using the camera that reverses the image).

          Her camera when played back should show the image correctly. Software in the camera for Iphones and android apps will do this automatically for playback and download to a device.

          From a web page on this issue:

          Why does the iPhone front-facing camera show a mirror image rather than the real image?
          Before taking a photo using the front-facing camera on an iPhone (and perhaps many other smartphones as well) it portrays you as if you were looking in a mirror. Then, after the photo is taken, it flips it to show you the real image. Why can’t it just show you the real image to begin with as after all that is what you look like in the real world to other people.

          Often when I take a photo with someone using the front camera the face I make seems ok but after taking the shot and the photo being flipped, the pose I made suddenly looks odd and out of place. So I normally use an external application to flip it back to the mirror image again because I was happy with the way I looked before it flipped.

          Never owned a dual camera system for a phone or other device. And I own and use a blackberry for personal privacy.

          I see now how they are using “two camera’s”, which is a misnomer. It must not be two separate camera’s. It is TWO lenses sharing the same optical system. One front the other back. This would cause one of the “LENSES” providing the image to be mirror reversed, because that is what is happening in real Time before it hits Image sensor.

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  17. Polish Rifle says:

    More Philando law fracturing, Missouri style:

    CASTILE, PHILANDO D 091109277 Defendant ST V PHILANDO D CASTILE Traffic Ticket
    Description: Exceeded Posted Speed Limit (Exceeded By 11 – 15 Mph) { Misdemeanor C RSMo: 304.010 }
    03/16/2011 ROBBINSDALE, MN Circuit 45 Lincoln Associate/Circuit Divisions

    CASTILE, PHILANDO D 11L6-CR00230 Defendant ST V PHILANDO D CASTILE Criminal/Infract.-see Charges 03/16/2011
    Description: Operated Vehicle On Hwy Without Valid License – 1st Or 2nd Offense { Misdemeanor A RSMo: 302.020 }
    ROBBINSDALE, MN Circuit 45 Lincoln Associate/Circuit Divisions

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  18. True Colors says:

    The issue of Philando having a valid gun permit(or not having one) is completely irrelevant in determining whether or not the officer was justified in shooting him.

    It is okay to examine the topic of the permit, but we should not get too hung up on this matter.

    One issue which might help to exonerate the cop……. it appears that Philando did have his gun drawn in the car. There is no valid reason — NONE WHATSOEVER — why his gun should have been out in the presence of a police officer.

    If Philando did indeed have his gun pulled at the time when the police officer shot him, then there will be forensic evidence to show the blood splatter on his gun. This could be incredibly damning for Lavish Reynolds, who has claimed that Philando was merely reaching for his wallet when the cop opened immediately fire for no reason.

    TC

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    • clash108 says:

      That’s an excellent observation. The cop countered Lavish by in essence stating he wasn’t following protocol. If he had a permit, he would have known what to do by showing his hands by putting them on the headliner and doing exactly what the officer said.

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    • JeremyR says:

      It is also possible that the gun holster was in a position that is uncomfortable when driving. I’m a lefty. When I was an MP I had a Bianca holster that was a high rise. it was much more comfortable than the standard issue holster. A number of MPs purchased their own because it was more comfortable to wear in a seat.
      When I was driver, it was on my left. When I was passenger I switched it to my right. I remember reading about one instance where a cop adjusted his pistol for comfort, sprung into action and forgot he’d moved it and it fell next to his patrol vehicle. It cost him his life.
      It may be that Phil removed it from the holster for comfort. In that case, he should have put it in the glove box or some other location. When the stop happened, you can bet the cop took at least 60 seconds to get to the driver’s window, plenty of time to put the gun out of sight like under Lavish’s seat.
      That guy was either up to no good or dumb as a stump. (or both).

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  19. bertdilbert says:

    We need an arress.

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  20. cktaymd says:

    Today Valerie Castile had this message on her facebook account:

    Valerie Castile
    15 hrs ·
    I am so disgusted!! People are trying to capitalise on my sons tragedy for personal gain through GoFundMe!!! 1st of all Philando Castile does not have children nor a fiancee, the account for the Philando Castile Family is through his Sister’s account Allysza Castile, so Please, if you want to donate go to that account the rest are bogus! ! Shame on You!!!

    Interesting………I wonder if she had a “falling out” with Lavish over the Gofundme accounts.

    https://www.facebook.com/valerie.castile?pnref=friends.search

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    • Polish Rifle says:

      Is Val from Great Britain? She spelled “capitalize” with an “s”.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      I mentioned this a few times lately. The GF is maneuvering in an attempt to become the victim here. The Mom is being overshadowed in all the appearances & she isn’t happy about that…The GF is taking on the “spokesperson” role & that could complicate the Mom’s Civil suit strategy.

      The GF is now quotes as having been soon-to-be married, lived with the suspect, shared in child support & care with the suspect, & they were a “loving Family”….LOL

      It is just a short amount of time until the Mom announces that she never heard of the GF & that her son never even mentioned the GF. Mom is going to “chop her legs” off at the knees…& get the thunder back to the grieving family, not some flim-flam GF druggie…. that expect that for sure.

      And of course, from the $$$ angle, the GOFUNDME cash is getting split 3 ways….We can’t have that now can we?

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      • disgustedwithjulison says:

        Why for some reason does it strike me that this is going to come down to Philando was Lavish’s pimp? Diving into raising money and making a business out of this tragedy, combined with her attitude in the car….something seems a little distant between the two. If this is the case…I am sure we will find out about it here first….

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    • jakeandcrew says:

      Wow – that means the GoFundMe account with the most money, $175,000, is bogus? It was set up by a non-family member, who promised he was in touch with the family.

      Sister’s account is at about $65,000.
      Lavish’s is about $47,500.

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      • VegasGuy says:

        Might be. Mom says that all but the sister’s acct are “bogus”. But she does go out of the way to disassociate Diamond as being “family”. in any manner.

        Certainly more than some infighting going on. Mom doesn’t seem keen of Diamond attempting to take “center stage” & inserting herself as the victim.

        2 different agendas being presented IMO.

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  21. arkansasmimi says:

    *****Lawyer: Castile pulled over because he matched robbery suspect******
    Family says police didn’t follow procedure if they thought he robbed store.
    By Brandon Stahl Star Tribune JULY 11, 2016 — 9:37AM http://www.startribune.com/lawyer-castile-pulled-over-because-he-matched-robbery-suspect/386221031/

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    • arkansasmimi says:

      Lawyer: Castile pulled over because he matched robbery suspect
      Family says police didn’t follow procedure if they thought he robbed store.
      By Brandon Stahl Star Tribune JULY 11, 2016 — 9:37AM

      Philando Castile, 32, a school cook from St. Paul, was killed by a St. Anthony police officer during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights Wednesday night.

      A St. Anthony police officer pulled over Philando Castile because he was driving with a broken tail or brake light and he believed that Castile looked like a suspect from an armed robbery nearby that was reported a few days earlier, the officer’s attorney told the Star Tribune on Sunday.

      “All he had to have was reasonable suspicion to pull him over,” attorney Thomas Kelly said of his client, Jeronimo Yanez.

      Kelly said his client shot Castile the night of July 6 in Falcon Heights “after he reacted to the actions of Mr. Castile.”

      “This has nothing to do with race, and everything to do with the presence of a gun,” Kelly said. “Deadly force would not have been used if not for the presence of a gun.”

      Castile’s cousin, Nasiy Mitsvah, accused Kelly of trying to cover up for his client.

      “Even if they say he looked like someone in a robbery, it still doesn’t give him a right to kill someone,” he said. “They’re just trying to make a person look really bad.”

      Albert Goins, an attorney who assisted the family in the hours following the shooting, said that if Castile was indeed a robbery suspect, officers would have initiated a felony traffic stop.

      “A felony stop does not usually involve officers walking up to your car and asking you to produce your driver’s license,” Goins said. “A felony stop involves bringing the suspect out at gunpoint while officers are in a position of cover and having them lie on the ground until they can identify who that individual is.”

      Either way, Goins said, Yanez would have failed to follow protocol.

      “Either [Castile] was a robbery suspect and [Yanez] didn’t follow the procedures for a felony stop, or [Castile] was not a robbery suspect and [Yanez] shot a man because he stood at his window getting his information,” Goins said.

      Kelly declined to say whether Castile told the officer that he had a permit, which his girlfriend said he tried to tell Yanez and the officer with him that night, Joe Kauser, before he was shot.

      “[Castile] told him he was licensed to carry and that he had his gun on him and then he started shooting. He started shooting for no reason,” Diamond Reynolds said in a Facebook video as a bloodied Castile lay in the driver’s seat dying.

      A source has confirmed that Castile had a valid permit to carry a gun when he was shot and killed.

      Kelly said he did not know which robbery prompted Yanez to stop Castile’s car. A day earlier, however, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension sent out a news release asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects in a July 2 robbery of a Lauderdale convenience store. The St. Anthony Police Department also patrols Lauderdale under a contract with that city.

      Both suspects in the July 2 robbery were described as black men with shoulder-length or longer dreadlocks. The descriptions of the suspects included the items of clothing they each were wearing, but did not include estimated height, weight or ages.

      Castile wore his hair in dreadlocks, his cousin said.

      Castile had been pulled over at least 52 times since 2002 and given 86 citations for minor offenses such as speeding, not wearing a seat belt, or having expired license tabs, according to the Associated Press. About half of those violations were dismissed.

      Yanez and his partner, Joseph Kauser, are on paid administrative leave. Yanez has been with the St. Anthony police department since 2011, Kauser since 2013.

      A spokesman for the BCA declined to comment on Kelly’s remarks due to the ongoing investigation. When asked if Castile is considered a suspect in the robbery of the Lauderdale convenience store, a BCA spokeswoman referred the question to St. Anthony police, who could not be reached for comment. http://www.startribune.com/lawyer-castile-pulled-over-because-he-matched-robbery-suspect/386221031/

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      • aichawallaby says:

        I hate that the media keep trotting out unsubstantiated stuff as fact while the police, BCA, dash cam are all unable to clear things at this point.

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      • John22 says:

        Total BS the police don’t always go full felony mode until they get more confirmation the person is likely who they are looking for. Heck many purposely hope to not tip the person off that is why they stopped them.

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        • nimrodman says:

          Good point. They only had suspicion by physical resemblance.

          Now if they were pulling over a car that also matched witness descriptions on top of the physical resemblance, or had a matching plate, then they’d likely make it a full felony stop in that case.

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  22. vdorta says:

    Repeat after me: hands up don’t shoot!, hands up don’t shoot! And Jesse Jackson says Trump is responsible for what happened in Texas. What?

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  23. patrickhenryrevisited says:

    Something to keep in mind….
    The author of this website was the FIRST to challenge the conclusions of the ‘aftermath video,’ and the reporting of the incident by the msm.
    Subsequently, several of the author’s alternative possibilities have been reported on, and/or being expressed by no less than the officer’s attorney.
    Credit to Sundance where it’s due.

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    • Yeah, Patrick Henry, credit to SD, but the officer’s attorney seems to be confused about some critical details. Either the attorney or the reporter. Seems to me that SD is the only reporter covering this who can construct a decent sentence and write a news story that makes sense.

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  24. jakeandcrew says:

    Eye-opening video here. A protest organizer takes a walk in a police officer’s shoes, and the results are amazing. The second scenario is very similar to the Mike Brown shooting. Please watch and share!

    The video is from January, 2015 – but this is the first time I’ve come across it. Certainly needs to be seen!

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  25. Postman says:

    “The only release of the radio communication came from an anonymous leak to a local TV station.” The radio communication was not ‘leaked’ as though it were something secretly offered up by an insider in the police department. There is something very conspiratorial about calling it a leak. The recorded audio came from a police scanner.

    Why hasn’t the dash cam video been released by the police department and BCA?
    You put this on the family as though they know what’s on the video. How could they possibly know what the video contains? I’m more suspicious of the police not releasing this or the audio on their own if it will clear the officer. It seems that there is something in the video they’re trying to hide or do not want made public.

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    • treewig says:

      My opinion is that they want to have all the information gathered before releasing anything. I think a secondary reason might be to allow the GF to blab her mouth off in the press before seeing the dash cam. This was the biggest “mistake” (I say “mistake” because I think it was intentional) in the Trayvon case where the family got to hear audio so they could spin a narrative.

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    • Jso Rsa says:

      Sorry, but that’s silly. You’re jumping to conclusions based on false assumptions and a lack of knowledge of how criminal investigations are conducted. The police shouldn’t and don’t litigate a case in the media, nor do they release evidence during an ongoing investigation unless it would assist in the investigation, particularly a multi-agency investigation that includes the US DOJ. Compromising a case just so some predisposed people won’t think they’re “hiding something” would be foolish. When the legions of investigators and attorneys who are directly involved in this case are ready and/or required to release evidence, they will do so.

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    • aichawallaby says:

      They are unable to release any of that while the investigation is ongoing – which could be awhile since the nitwit governor invited in the state’s BCA AND the DOJ.

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    • John22 says:

      I see it the opposite way they have pressure from the Gov’s office etc not to release it because it shows the cop was probably justified. MN law allows them not to while the investigation is being conducted and the crooked Gov’s office doesnt want anything out there right away contradicting his mess.

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    • JeremyR says:

      Ever play poker? You don’t show all your cards till the betting is done. There is something afoot, but my suspicion is they may have more involvement with the drugs in the vehicle coupled with a child being there.
      A slight twist on it, but same general idea.

      https://despair.com/collections/demotivators/products/foresight

      In this case, Lavish is doing a dang good job of proving the cop right with the help of Castile’s family.

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    • dp says:

      The video is evidence to be show in a court of law…

      …not the court of public opinion.

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  26. Bob Werner says:

    BLM and the New Black Panthers are racist hate groups pure and simple. Anyone associated with them should be ashamed to show their face in public. I’m talking to you HRC.

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  27. freddy says:

    there is a site on ustream or youtube called…… no thiefs allowed. thye have followed evry move of the BLM and have volumes of archive video from all the riots starring De Ray and Bassem etc. It’s a treasure trove if your looking for BLM trouble making and crime including arson murder and so on… They have a vault full of it in their own words and actions… NoThifes allowed………

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  28. Moishe Pipik says:

    I was listening to KQED’s “Forum” show this morning with Michael Krasne, who was speaking about the deaths Mr. Castile and Mr. Sterling. He described them as “unarmed.” I nearly fell off my chair. (It was a good thing I didn’t because I was driving.)

    The transcript isn’t up yet. As soon as it is, I’ll send them the nastiest letter I can! They have no right to spread lies that may influence a grand jury, or incite more murders.

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  29. Larry Bates says:

    The life of Mr. Philando Castile matters for the following reasons:
    First, he was a human being, with the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. His inalienable rights, and more specifically his fourth amnendment right, were clearly infringed when a police officer pulled over his car for the explicit reason that he had a “wide set nose” and therefore might be the armed robber who robbed a convenience store in Minnesota.
    Second, if I want my second ammendment rights to be respected, then I need to ensure that the fourth amendment rights of others are respected. If the day comes when the police can override our fourth amendment rights against unlawful search an seizure, then our second amendment rights will soon be as equally easily discarded. Is that what we want?
    Third, Donald J. Trump is working hard to attract a significant portion of the African American vote away from Hillary Clinton and he is doing it honestly. He genuinely cares for all American people and wants to lead them to greatness. The left want to thwart his efforts and will use any scrap of indication that both he and his followers are racist. Given that, why would any conservative organization, much less CTH and GP feed them with so much fuel about the so called justifiable killing of Mr. Philando Castile? The drive-by media are already citing CTH and GP as irresponsible at best. How long do you think that it will take them to translate that into many hundreds of thousands of African American votes?
    Fourth, the conservative movement needs to stop shooting itself in the foot. The Philando Castile debacle is a self inflicted wound and it needs to be allowed to heal.
    Fifth, we are one week away from the GOP convention. What would you like to be in the headlines next week?
    Let’s wise up folks. Turn down the heat. We will either all hang together, or surely we will all hang separately.

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  30. arkansasmimi says:

    http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/15698/web

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    • arkansasmimi says:

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        • Oh, dear. I used to live up that way. It may sound callous, but I hope this is a domestic case – which until recently was the most likely to result in mayhem in the courthouse. Such mayhem happened even in my peaceful rural county courthouse, some 30 years ago. Angry husband shot estranged wife and some relatives while they were awaiting their hearing. Worst shooting in our ct house then or since.

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  31. ccz says:

    Check the Twitter postings (before they get deleted) from Philando Castile’s sister (@SheLovesCassh) but you need to push the scroll down well past the current memorial “tweets” to April 12, 2016 to see the photograph of her handgun and the April 28, 2016 image of her Minnesota pistol carry permit. Seems she kept a handgun as well.
    https://twitter.com/SheLovesCaash

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  32. Maxgold says:

    Just curious. Look carefully at the suspect wearing the marijuana cap. The one that looks like he is carrying a carton of Menthols (hmm). Compare that suspect’s glasses, build (slightly bowlegged), and the brown shoes he is wearing with either a red or white highlight (the shoes also look like they were not tied properly) to Castile’s FB photos.

    Based on what appears to be recent FB photos Castile is wearing similar brown shoes with that red or white highlight (also slightly untied). Their build, glasses, and facial hair are also very similar. Also Castile was known to wear his dreads down. ???

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  33. Joseph Jones says:

    NPR (national Soros propaganda network) did an in-depth report on the black Dallas shooter tonight. Never once mentioned the “R” word (racist), but rather repeated about 1000x times the “authorities” consulted a “radicalization” expert to find out what might have caused the shooter to be “radicalized” (also repeated this word about 1000x).

    Thus cementing the meme in listener’s wittle brains: white on black violence of any kind is always and immediately “RACIST” TILL PROVEN OTHERWISE, E.G NEVER…while black racism never exists, even when the black publicly declares open hunting season for everyone guilty of the capital offense of being born w/skin lighter than his/hers. Instead, such blacks were innocently “radicalized” by a boogie man.

    Hopefully Dallas and the FBI can spend several hundred billion tax dollars studying what “radicalized” the shooter. (sarc/off)

    You can list NPR w/ BLM as another “Terrorist Organization.”

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  34. timmihendrix says:

    Maybe this has been mentioned and I missed it because I can’t be the only one to notice philando has the same peculiar posture as suspect #2.

    It’s evident in most pictures and particularly in the 4th of July video.

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    • Robber #2 (pothead) appears to be Diamond’s baby daddy (same build, hair, shoes). And I notice the robbers share some resemblance with each other in build, hair, posture. Lesbian/bisexual Diamond seemed to have a preferred type of man — black, on the thin side, somewhat feminine-looking, and criminal.

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  35. Beenthere says:

    Knowing that liberal states will use almost any ole excuse to take away anyone’s CCP. Does anyone know if having all these convicted driving violations was enough for MN to take away Phil’s gun permit? If true then Phil was up to no good with that gun.

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  37. mtb9xa says:

    Wow, this sickens me that most of what I have read here has not been mentioned in the mainstream media. Does the truth, both sides of the story, not matter anymore? A rap sheet a mile long and this is the best example BLM can give the public to gather behind?

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