Not Guilty – Officer Yanez Cleared on All Counts in Philando Castile Shooting…

It might seem stunning, but the #1 most widely shared single CTH research article of 2016 was our review of the Philando Castile shooting  –SEE HERE–  where we highlighted the reason why Officer Yanez pulled over Castile’s vehicle and explained why Yanez would be cleared of wrongdoing. Simply, the facts within the case did not support criminal charges.

The media will not remind anyone, heck, they will do everything in their power to hide the truth; but the reality is in the aftermath of their poor reporting on this specific shooting Police officers in: Dallas (link), Tennessee (link), Missouri (link) and Georgia (link) were shot or killed as a result of a false media narrative created by the Black Lives Matter movement and a media willing to sell outrageous liesIt Was All A Con.

Today, in Minnesota, St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty of all counts in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile.

The Jury deliberated for 27 hours over the course of five days.  The jury of seven men and five women, including two people of color, reached its verdict shortly after 2 p.m. today and was read in court at 2:45 p.m. Castile’s family angrily stormed out as soon as the verdicts were read.

STAR TRIBUNE – […]  Yanez, 29, was charged in Ramsey County with one count of second-degree manslaughter and two counts of reckless discharge of a firearm for killing Castile, 32, last July 6 in Falcon Heights. Castile’s girlfriend, Diamond Rey­nolds, and her daughter, then 4, were also in the car at the time. Reynolds livestreamed the aftermath on Facebook, drawing worldwide attention to Castile’s death.

After the verdict was read, his mother, Valerie Castile addressed the media, her dejected calm quickly changing to anger.  (more)

Read Full Backstory Here

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378 Responses to Not Guilty – Officer Yanez Cleared on All Counts in Philando Castile Shooting…

  1. Sentient says:

    …aaand Castile’s mom starts the incitement (language warning)

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Sentient says:

    Meanwhile, for context, Minneapolis police respond to 7th shooting this week

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Maquis says:

    The Social Media Whore could not spare a moment to comfort or soothe or attempt to ameliorate his injuries or attempt a final expression of her love before his passing.

    Sick, sick people. Now, on to the BGI screaming circuit, and more race hatred murders fueled by the lies of a heartless harpy.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. 4whomthebellstroll says:

    In fact Sundance’s outstanding reporting on this last year is what brought me here to CTH putting it on my radar. And of course followed up by the unprecedented reporting during the election & afterwards up until current time. I’m lurking here every day yet I’ve never posted any comments but thought it fitting to at last post one now that this report will hopefully come to A close, BLM / soros shenanigans notwithstanding. Looking forward to continuation of Sundance’s truthcentric articles. TIA

    Liked by 10 people

    • Ad rem says:

      Welcome to posting at the Tree House 4whomthebellstroll! Select a branch and let the truthiness begin. 😀

      Liked by 7 people

    • carterzest says:

      Welcome. CTH excellence began with Trayvon…then Mike Brown…then Michael Skager…sandwich shooter….philando….crowdsourcing works. Trust but verify. Early on, in all cases, if it doesn’t smell right, screencap all you read… it becomes immediately relevant…sh!t dissapears quickly. Folks who capture it, like our beloved froggieleggs, become heroes. There are many more unsungs. Many prefer this. We share one thing. We are #Wolverines. We are AndrewBreitbart!

      Welcome. Glad you are paying attent!

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  5. sundance says:

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Honest Abbey says:

    My local news (KEYC 12-2 Fox Affiliate) airs at 9pm CST and comes out of Mankato, Minnesota which is approximately 70 miles south of the Twin Cities.

    Would you believe they led with this story tonight and dedicated a mere 30 SECONDS to it?!? My mind is blown! But then again, maybe it’s purely strategic. Less attention, less riots. They mentioned NOTHING about the protestors – THANK GOD!

    Liked by 5 people

  7. James F says:

    Cops are letting them shut down freeways again.

    “Space to destroy” order confirmed.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. John Carifidy says:

    FB page True North Minneapolis reports BLM/Phillandro cadre and Blue Lives Matter squaring off on Victoria Ave. Advising avoidance of University Ave. and I-94 both directions around Midway, Twin Cities peeps.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Gil says:

      Going to riot to protest verdict, to protest the presidential election, because they get paid by Soros, and because they want to loot and get free stuff.
      Yep, the official kick off to the summer of reistance.


  9. Pam says:


    • Gil says:

      Might be a busy night Pam. Gotta find youtube videos if this gets out of control shortly.


    • Sentient says:

      Freeway still blocked. Last year when they blocked the freeway, I got caught in a two hour jam on alternate routes. Twins game and some concerts tonight, so a LOT of people stuck in traffic for hours. Could lead to some situations. It’s bullshit.


      • Nan says:

        I got on 94 at Snelling going w about half an hour ago. I was further W than the protests but felt bad for those attempting to travel east. I had a 4 pm doctor appt and the nurse told me to get right back to Minneapolis but I had things to do in St. Paul so stayed.


      • Gil says:

        I hope everyone gets out asap and home. What are the city leaders like? Baltimore-esque?


        • Sentient says:

          Cops were told not to engage… until now. Now SWAT is there. Crowd being given 5 minutes to disperse. Problem is that this jam is right in the middle of the black community, so more protesters keep coming. Teens on bikes etc. Looks like 500-1,000 troublemakers on the freeway. This ain’t going to end well.


          • Gil says:

            Nope it isnt. Governor is weak so city is going to have to clamp down hard from the get go.


          • georgiafl says:

            Police should try my new stink dye pepper bombs – 100% natural – (made with concentrated skunk extract, habanero peppers, gentian blue).

            Guaranteed to disburse crowds in minutes!
            Easy ID of perpetrators!
            Perps always retire from protest careers after being bathed in it!

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      • jello333 says:

        Oh, I’ve been waiting for a few years now for such “situations” to begin occurring. As in, the people being blocked in by these scumbags get fed up and….

        …. start taking matters into their own hands.


        • sunnydaze says:

          One of the Southern states just passed a law that makes it legal for a motorist to keep moving ahead if you run into a crowd trying to block you. IOW, you can run them over.

          Makes sense to me. This is such BS and I’m not even much of a driver. Been a pedestrian my whole life and know it’s stupid to hang around in the middle of a road.

          Or anyway, it *used* to be considered stupid.

          Liked by 1 person

    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      Run them over, pull out the stun guns and let them piss their pants, bring in the national guard ……. This is NOT Obozo’s world anymore …..


    • Beverly says:

      Love how the Ass Press describes it in their usual inflammatory leftwing way: “fatally shot a black motorist [sic] during a traffic stop [sic].”

      Lies, lies, lies, lies, lies, all the way down.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. dayallaxeded says:

    Praise God from whom all blessings flow!


  11. sunnydaze says:

    Here’s a Livestream that’s good. Lots of interviews:


  12. sunnydaze says:

    So, in most of the US it is perfectly fine for hordes to:

    Shut down major freeways.
    Riot to prevent Right Leaning Speakers at your College, including physically assaulting attendees.
    Shut down Town Halls of Repub reps. with general mayhem.

    But Oh man oh man Do Not Even Try to be a one-woman disrupter of a Free Play in a Public Park that’s showing the assassination of a sitting Prez. Your butt will be hauled out of there before you can say “What the h*ll just happened?”

    Liked by 2 people

  13. sunnydaze says:

    Well, they just rolled some buses in.

    So maybe they’ll start arresting people and clearing the road again for law abiding citizens.

    We’ll see if that’s too much to hope for.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. carterzest says:


  15. legionofone says:

    The media carefully avoided mentioning the dashcam video for months. Now that
    it is finally played in open court, many news articles are carefully avoiding mentioning
    that the officer ordered him to not reach for the gun twice.

    Liked by 3 people

    • JohnP says:

      I wonder if the St. Anthony Police Dept. has closed their armed robbery investigations since the suspect assumed room temperature?


  16. bitterlyclinging says:

    After 8 years of Hussein Obama, there is absolutely no way America can, or will be united again.
    It was 8 long years of Obama and the Democrats, identity politics, “Divide and Conquer” strategy on steroids.


    • kathycovfefe says:

      Ah, I see someone posted the lottery loser’s profanity-laced tirade upthread. If you haven’t had a chance, and Like to start your day with a cascade of the word MF’er, by all means have a listen. This is one CLASSY lady. Hard to believe she gave birth to a thug that wound of dead.

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  17. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Real nice folks


  18. I brought this back up because I just found out that Castile had a LEGALLY OWNED hand gun and he also had a CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT! The guy worked as a School Cafiteria manager at a local school?


  19. Fenster says:

    Question. In your earlier post you include a screen shot in which you maintain a gun is visible on Castile’s thigh. That would be important given how the trial unfolded, with a lot of attention given over to whether it was reasonable for Yanez to conclude he was reaching for a gun and not his wallet or the seat belt. There appears to be the usual fog-of-war haze. Did Yanez say at one point he didn’t know Castile had a gun? Did he mean he didn’t know initially, and then became aware, or that he never knew? And one EMT person said he saw the gun being fished out from deep in a pocket while another said it fell out and clanged on the ground. Given all that I would think that photographic evidence that the gun was at least partially out right after the shooting would tend to support Yanez’s story. So here is my question. Why can I not find any account of the screenshot in the accounts of the trial? I am not asking to be critical of your account. I am just curious. Your site has often been ahead of the curve on issues like this and so I figure if you still have that earlier post up, and link to it here, you are still presenting the earlier post as a correct reading. Do you continue to hold that the gun is visible in that screenshot and if so why has it not been reported on? Was it brought up at trial or not?


    • Fenster says:

      One other question. In Yanez’s statement to investigators he discusses seeing Castile moving his right hand down towards either his right pocket or the area between the right hand side of the driver’s seat and the middle console, either of which might have held a gun. Your photos–if I am reading them correctly what with the reversal of the video–seem to me to show what you say is a gun on his left thigh coming from his pocket.


  20. Yawnin60Seconds says:

    In the video released (below), what is Castille’s response when the officer instructs him to “well don’t pull it out” regarding the handgun that was on Castille. Does Castille say “I’m pulling it out” or “I’m not pulling it out?”



  21. IB says:

    Great article boss, we should follow each other? We have similar interests and looking forward to read more info. Let me know if you’re interested ?


  22. David says:

    When this first happened and the video was shown, I called Yanez a coward. Some of you, of course, vociferously disagreed with me.

    Now we know I was exactly correct, Officer Yanez’s own words to investigators.
    “I thought, I was gonna die and I thought if he’s, if he has the, the guts and the audacity to smoke marijuana in front of the five-year-old girl and risk her lungs and risk her life by giving her secondhand smoke and the front seat passenger doing the same thing then what, what care does he give about me,” Yanez told the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

    He feared for his life, because he smelled marijuana. Pure cowardice.


  23. Molly says:

    Diamond Reynolds to Receive $800K Settlement from St. Anthony, Others

    The city of St. Anthony approved a $675,000 settlement for emotional distress with Diamond Reynolds, the girlfriend of Philando Castile, at a meeting Tuesday night.

    The city of Roseville and the League of Minnesota Cities will also pay $125,000, bringing the total settlement to $800,000.

    Related: Castile’s mother Valerie and the city reached a settlement agreement of $2,995,000 on a wrongful death claim in June. The settlement will be paid by the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust, which holds the insurance policy for the city of St. Anthony.


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