The video shows the mundane moments that led up to the shooting: Yanez pointing out that Castile's brake lights were broken, Castile calmly telling the officer that there was a legally registered gun in the vehicle. According to Yanez's testimony, he feared that Castile-who had informed him upon being pulled over that he was in possession of a firearm-was reaching for his gun, so shot him dead in self-defense.
Yanez then gets visibly agitated and tells Castile, "OK, don't reach for it".
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The dash-cam video - part of a trove of documents, images and audio from the investigation - shows Yanez approaching Castile's auto and explaining that he was pulled over for broken brake lights.
The graphic footage begins with Yanez following Castile's white Oldsmobile for several miles before pulling him over for a broken tail light, as well as to check if he matched the description of a suspect in an armed robbery that occurred days prior. He was found not guilty of manslaughter and other charges in the death of Castile, a black motorist who was shot seconds after he told Yanez he had a gun. At the trial, Yanez said he "was able to see the firearm in Mr. Castile's hand". Castile is then heard saying, "Sir, I have to tell you, I do have a firearm on me".
On Monday night, Daily Show host Trevor Noah discussed the tragedy of Castile's death, shrouded in the question, "What can black people do to not get shot?" The other video, Diamond Reynolds' Facebook live, captured the immediate aftermath of the shooting. However, the newly released video shows the interaction between officer Jeronimo Yanez and Castile as well as the fatal shots. Yanez testified that Castile ignored his commands not to pull out the gun.
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"(Castile) was so respectful ...", Choi said at the press conference held this past Friday. Yanez continues, saying "I don't know where the gun was". At this point, Yanez asks Castile for his license and registration, and Castile provides one of the two. "I believe that the police force is trained in such a way that it creates a state racism that's different". Despite the acquittal, city officials in St. Anthony, Minnesota told The Washington Post they will offer him a voluntary separation agreement.
Yanez was acquitted last week on all charges tied to the shooting, including manslaughter.
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