Mark Zuckerberg on Diamond Reynolds' Facebook Live Broadcast

Mark Zuckerberg on Diamond Reynolds' Facebook Live Broadcast

Mark Zuckerberg on Diamond Reynolds' Facebook Live Broadcast

In a week of tragedies that also includes the sniper shooting in Dallas and the shooting of Alton Sterling, Reynolds' video stands out as a defining testament of how we live now. He said the ongoing investigation was a top priority and that he would decide whether to give the case to a grand jury after investigators presented their findings to his office.

Facebook has issued a policy statement on its Live video censorship guidelines in regards to violent or graphic images.

"If we know our history, we realize that every great movement didn't start with government", said Sharon Weston Broome, a former state senator. "This has become something that people have expressed a lot of concern about".

He also acknowledged the wide reach of the Facebook video, noting "what is depicted in the video, it just makes you sad to watch all of that unfold".

And Beyonce urged her fans to contact politicians to "demand" changes, sharing a link to, the Louisiana State Legislature website for those wishing to "protest for Alton Sterling", and the Minnesota State Legislature website for those wanting to "voice protest for Philando Castile".

"Would this have happened if those passengers would have been white?"

"I do not believe in my heart that there was a gun", she said.

In Baton Rouge Friday evening, there was tension in front of Baton Rouge Police headquarters. "However, if someone shared the same video to mock the victim or celebrate the shooting, we would remove the video".

Falcon Heights contracts out their policing to the St. Anthony Police Department, who also provides police services for neighboring Lauderdale.

In the video, his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, describes being pulled over for a "busted tail light".

Castile had worked for the Saint Paul Public Schools since he was 19 years old and was promoted to a supervisory position in 2014, according the schools' statement.

In the Facebook video Mr Castile's girlfriend Diamond Reynolds said he had told an officer he was carrying a gun for which he was licensed and was then allegedly was shot as he reached for his wallet.

"'I've got this. Every child will be fed.'"

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It's hard to predict to what extent the Reynolds video, for all the attention it's gotten, will impact the political scene; to many sets of ears, her calling the man who's shot her boyfriend "sir" will sound like simple respect, the way things should be.

Both officers involved - four-year member of the department Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II, who was on the force for three years - were placed on administrative leave and had prior "use of force" complaints.

St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez shot Castile several times during a traffic stop Wednesday night.

The bureau says Yanez approached the driver's side of the vehicle and Kauser approached from the passenger side before Yanez shot Castile multiple times.

Police say the group made their way to a nearby commercial street where they broke the storefront window of one business as well as windows of an unattended police squad auto. The races of the officers who were shot have not been released. Police, including state troopers, were in tactical gear, but there are no reports of any violence.

Yanez's attorney Thomas Kelly declined to comment on Friday. She recalled cautioning him to always comply with police, but she said she never thought she would lose him.

"This has to cease".

A spokeswoman for the hospital told the Post early Thursday she had no information on the situation.

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the Minnesota governor's mansion in St. Paul to support family and friends grieving a black man fatally shot by police during a routine traffic stop. The group swelled to over 1,000 for a time late Thursday, as people marched from the school vigil. Dayton waded through the crowd as protesters chanted: "What do we want?"

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