Philando Castile investigation top priority

"You get to see stuff here that you don't see on police cameras, at least ones that have been released that I'm aware of", said Steve Jones, a professor at the University of IL at Chicago and an expert on communications technology.

State investigators named the two officers involved in the Minnesota shooting as Jeronimo Yanez and Joseph Kauser.

Paul called on the city of Falcon Heights on Friday to end its contract with the St. Anthony Police Department.

Yanez approached Castile, a 32-year-old African-American man from St. Paul, on the driver's side of the vehicle.

One day later, Michael Bautista gave the world a live look as 12 Dallas police officers were shot during a peaceful protest. "In the meantime, it is important for the NRA not to comment while the investigation is ongoing". On Thursday, a U.S. Justice Department spokesman said the agency was aware of the Minnesota case and is "assessing the situation". No one from the police department, the local, state or federal government has contacted them, she said.

Alton Sterling, 37, was shot early on Tuesday as he wrestled with two White police officers outside the convenience store where he sold music and movies on compact discs. "They're symptomatic of a broader set of racial disparities that exist in our criminal justice system", he said after arriving in Poland for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit.

As word of the Minnesota shooting spread, Castile's relatives joined scores of people who gathered at the scene and outside the hospital where he died. "I don't think it would have", Mr Dayton said to the crowd outside his home.

Philando Castile's family, along with Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter, look on from behind the stage at the J.J. Hill Montessori vigil on Thursday night.

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While hundreds gathered in front of the governor's residence, others visited a makeshift memorial near where Castile was shot.

"Rest assured, the NRA will have more to say once all the facts are known", the statement added.

While it may be hard to watch, he says most of the time, putting video out there for everyone to see can serve a goal, whether it's to start a conversation, provide evidence, or hold someone accountable. The BCA report only said "multiple times".

She was in the auto when Castile was shot, and could later be heard on the live stream, trying to comfort her mother.

Minnesota court records online show Castile had some misdemeanor violations, mainly related to driving.

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

The video quickly went viral and reached more than 1 million views, but then suddenly disappeared from Facebook for about an hour. "There isn't a black man I know - and there isn't a Puerto Rican man I know - who didn't have to tell their children at the age of 4 about police", Small said.

Reynolds told Yanez, whose pistol still was aimed at Castile: "You told him to get his ID, sir, and his driver's license. He was just getting his licence and registration, sir", Ms Reynolds calmly responds.

Reynolds' video showed Yanez outside the auto pointing a gun inward. Turner says he plans to announce an emergency taskforce focused on police accountability and changes in police procedure.

Falcon Heights contracts with St. Anthony for its police services. Interim Police Chief Jon Mangseth said he was aware of the Facebook video but did not comment on it.

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