Murder or Professional Police Response? Dashcam Video of Philando Castile Shooting Released Today

Less than 10 minutes.

The shooting occurs early in the video.

Officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of any crime in the shooting you will see in the video.

One thing that is revealed that is new is that Yanez is too nervous and emotional to be a cop. He should never be allowed to wear a badge again. His interview with a police inspector toward the end of the video is troublesome. If you believe Yanez was too quick on the draw, I wouldn’t be inclined to disagree with you.

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Published on Jun 20, 2017

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Officials in Ramsey County, Minnesota, released video on Tuesday that shows the interaction Castile had with St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez before Castile was shot to death during a traffic stop in July. In the video, Yanez tells Castile that he’s being pulled over because he has a brake light out. (Audio later used as evidence in the case against Yanez ― and also released Tuesday ― shows the officer actually thought Castile and his girlfriend “just look like people that were involved in a robbery.”) “Sir, I have to tell you, I do have a firearm on me,” Castile says in the graphic video, embedded below. “OK, don’t reach for it then,” Yanez says. “Don’t pull it out.” Castile appears to say that he’s not pulling out the gun, and then Yanez shoots him. Yanez can be heard screaming profanities and sobbing after the shooting. He keeps his gun pointed at a dying Castile as he calls for backup and waits for other officers to arrive.

Later in the video, when Yanez is interviewed by another officer, he admits that he didn’t actually see Castile grab for a gun. He notes, however, that he was nervous after he asked to see Castile’s license, and Castile “had his grip a lot wider than a wallet.” Yanez says: “I didn’t know where the gun was, he didn’t tell me where the fuckin’ gun was, and then it was just gettin’ hanky. He was just staring straight ahead, and I was gettin’ fuckin’ nervous and then … I told him to get his fuckin’ hand off his gun … Fuck.” Castile’s girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her 4-year-old daughter were in the car at the time. Reynolds live-streamed the aftermath of the shooting, which brought worldwide attention to the case. A jury on Friday found Yanez not guilty on a charge of second-degree manslaughter and two counts of reckless discharge of a firearm.

Tuesday’s video release quickly drew more attention to the acquittal, which prompted thousands of protesters to March through Saint Paul over the weekend. “It’s just like, a punch in my stomach, it’s a punch in the gut,” Castile’s friend, John Thompson, told HuffPost Tuesday. “Look what happened to Philando for doing all the right things. It hurts. Every time I talk about it, it hurts. “I’m so tired of being tired, I’m so tired of being sad, I’m so tired of being angry at this system.” Yanez was fired from the police force after the acquittal. “The City of St. Anthony has concluded that the public will be best served if Officer Yanez is no longer a police officer in our city,” the city said on its website Friday. “The city intends to offer Officer Yanez a voluntary separation agreement to help him transition to another career other than being a St. Anthony officer.”

1994 Article Exposed the American Shadow Government That Seeks Total World Domination

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The Constitution Society

The Shadow Government

Copyright © 1994 Constitution Society. Permission is hereby granted to copy for noncommercial use.

Secret Rule

It is becoming increasingly apparent to American citizens that government is no longer being conducted in accordance with the U.S. Constitution, or, within states, according to state constitutions. While people have recognized for more than 150 years that the rich and powerful often corrupt individual officials, or exert undue influence to get legislation passed that favors their interests, most Americans still cling to the naive belief that such corruption is exceptional, and that most of the institutions of society, the courts, the press, and law enforcement agencies, still largely comply with the Constitution and the law in important matters. They expect that these corrupting forces are disunited and in competition with one another, so that they tend to balance one another.

Mounting evidence makes it clear that the situation is far worse than most people think, that during the last several decades the U.S. Constitution has been effectively overthrown, and that it is now observed only as a façade to deceive and placate the masses. What has replaced it is what many call the Shadow Government. It still, for the most part, operates in secret, because its control is not secure. The exposure of this regime and its operations must now become a primary duty of citizens who still believe in the Rule of Law and in the freedoms which this country is supposed to represent.

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Gallup Survey Shows Americans Becoming More Accepting of Moral Degeneracy

You may recall a group in the 1980s fronted by the Reverend Jerry Falwell called the Moral Majority.

Today it would have to be renamed the Moral Minority.

Americans today accept acts that my grandmother and her religious leaders would have condemned. In fact, much of what is acceptable today would have not even crossed my grandmother’s mind. She read the Bible every day and attended church at least three times a week.

Let’s remember that until the Supreme Court’s Lawrence decision in 2003 that homosexual acts were illegal in Texas (and some other states as well).

Not everyone on the alt-right is a traditionalist, but many of us are. We’ve lost the battle to preserve almost everything traditional, but maybe not the war, as society slowly falls apart while living on fake Federal Reserve money. When the big financial crisis hits, there will be nothing like the mother of all economic collapses to bring back traditionalism.

Star-Tribune

Over the past decade and a half, tolerance for polygamy has more than doubled among the American public. A similar trend applies to human cloning.

Stunning as they are, these findings from the latest Gallup survey of moral opinion in the U.S. may tell more about the political future than the daily drama surrounding President Donald Trump.

To be sure, the percentage declaring polygamy and human cloning “morally acceptable,” in Gallup’s phrase, remains small: Seventeen percent are OK with the former; 14 percent, the latter. Neither is likely to become legal soon.

Yet the speed with which these formerly fringe ideas have moved toward the mainstream is significant and consistent with Gallup’s broader finding: Since 2001, there has been a clear and, apparently, irreversible, move toward more permissive or, to use Gallup’s word, “liberal” social norms.

“Libertarian” might be a better term. Gallup documents what can only be called a strong live-and-let-live consensus regarding several practices — birth control, divorce, sex between unmarried adults, gay or lesbian relations, out-of-wedlock childbearing — that within living memory were either fiercely contested or taboo. All garnered at least 62 percent acceptance in the poll, conducted just a month ago. Doctor-assisted suicide is trending up and now stands at 57 percent acceptance.

Taboos are weakening against pornography (acceptance up six points to 36 percent since 2011) and sex between teenagers (acceptance up four points to 36 percent since 2013). Meanwhile, new taboos are developing against wearing fur and medical testing on animals. Only adultery remains as unacceptable as in 2001; just 9 percent tolerate it.

In short, the culture wars may be ending in victory for progressives, with the caveat that a left-right frame is misleading regarding some issues — opposition to pornography, for example, has been a rare point of agreement between the religious right and left-wing feminists.

Americans are not only far more willing to countenance formerly taboo practices, they are also much less interested in government protection of “traditional values” than they were in the not-so-distant past.

It has been six years since another poll, by CNN/ORC, found for the first time that more Americans said the government should “not favor any set of values” rather than “promote traditional values.”

As of the most recent poll, in late 2014, 55 percent preferred a value-neutral government. No one would have predicted that just after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, when CNN/ORC found that 59 percent of Americans favored government promotion of traditional values, an all-time high.

Maybe that galvanizing moment gave way to the multiple disappointments and disillusions of the Iraq war and the financial crisis, which in turn bred broader doubts about government’s ability to do anything right, let alone foster moral values, and perhaps about the values themselves.

Another explanation, though, is that Gallup’s numbers confirm a long-standing postwar trend first identified by political scientist Ronald Inglehart of the University of Michigan, who has argued that Western societies’ turn from traditional values to individual autonomy and self-expression reflects their growing economic security, notwithstanding periodic wars and recessions.

The satisfaction of basic material needs, on a consistent basis, provides time and space for cultural, sexual and spiritual experimentation. Conversely, Inglehart has argued, members of society who feel least secure, materially and otherwise, continue to derive meaning from tradition and react against perceived threats to it emanating from the political sphere.

One interpretation of the overwhelming support of the country’s most religious, tradition-minded voters for a thrice-married, hedonistic tycoon is that it demonstrates their desperation to stop the progressive cultural wave.

Then again, data from Gallup and other sources show such wide moral acceptance of nontraditional norms that the new consensus must include plenty of Trump voters as well. The main exceptions to that consensus are abortion and gun control, about which a relatively even and highly partisan divide persists — and which candidate Trump exploited to win over red-state voters who might otherwise have distrusted him.

Jews in academia and media preaching tolerance for every vice and hatred for every virtue are not even mentioned in any of the analyses of moral degeneracy you’ll see in the MSM. I’m sure Professor Inglehard thinks he’s on to something with his economic theory of vice, and there’s probably some truth to it, but to ignore the Jewish role in perversion and degeneracy is disingenuous.

TODAY WITH MILEY CYRUS, THE NEW FACE OF MORALITY.

BACK IN THE DAY WITH CONNIE FRANCIS.

Sheriff: Arm Up & Be Ready To Fight ISIS! (Video)

Here’s the southern white man’s attitude on display.

Published on Jun 9, 2017

Sheriff Wayne Ivey of Brevard County, Florida tells the American people to FIGHT for their safety! Being the “victim” gets you killed!

Texas Republican Congressman Assaulted by Evil Wetback Democrat Representative

REP. MATT RINALDI. HE CALLED ICE.

Washington Times

Democratic members of the Texas Legislature reportedly assaulted and threatened a Republican colleague over his call to immigration authorities, prompting the GOP lawmaker to say he’d defend himself with deadly force if the Democrats followed through on their threats.

Rep. Matt Rinaldi, Irving Republican, said the altercation began when he called Immigration and Customs Enforcement in response to repeated disruptions of the day’s proceedings by illegal-immigrant demonstrators over a bill targeting sanctuary cities.

According to the account he posted on social media, when Mr. Rinaldi told a group of Democrats on the floor that he had done this, he was “physically assaulted” by Rep. Ramon Romero, Fort Worth Democrat, and other Democrats had to be held back by lawmakers.

REP. RAMON ROMERO. LA RAZA. EVERYTHING FOR MY PEEPS.

Shortly after the widely-seen altercation on the House floor, several Democratic lawmakers held a press conference where they accused Mr. Rinaldi of saying he would “put a bullet in the head” of one of their members at a second scuffle, the Associated Press reported.

Mr. Rinaldi’s statement acknowledged saying words to that effect but said they were a warning after a similar threat from Rep. Poncho Nevarez, Eagle Pass Democrat.

ALFONSO “PONCHO” NEVAREZ. WE CAN MAKE OUR OWN BURRITOS, AMIGO.

“During that time, Poncho told me that he would ‘get me on the way to my car.’ He later approached me and reiterated that ‘I had to leave at some point and he would get me,” Mr. Rinaldi posted.

At that point, Mr. Rinaldi made the deadly-force threat that already had been reported by the multiple news outlets.

“I made it clear that if he attempted to, in his words, ‘get me,’ I would shoot him in self-defense,” Mr. Rinaldi wrote, adding that he was now under the protection of the Texas state police.

“Several of my colleagues heard the threats made and witnessed Ramon assaulting me,” his statement concluded.

Heh, heh. The race war is heating up. Don’t you feel good about understanding that in he end it was going to come to this?

Either the nonwhite races rule over us in a despotic manner or we rule over them. There is no peaceful coexistence since multiculturalism is a liberal scam.

White Officer Betty Shelby Found Not Guilty in Killing of Unarmed Negro

BETTY SHELBY SHOT TERRENCE CRUTCHER IN THE LINE OF DUTY.

Previous posts on this site about Officer Betty Shelby’s shooting of an unarmed, high black pastor with a criminal record can be read here, here, here, here, and here.

The criminal charges against Betty were politically motivated in my opinion. It’s really good news that she beat the rap.

KFOR

TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby was found not guilty of manslaughter by a jury Wednesday evening.

The jury deliberated for more than nine hours.

Shelby was charged with felony manslaughter last September after shooting an unarmed black man.

She testified she shot Terence Crutcher, 40, because he was acting bizarrely and failed to obey commands.

But prosecutors said in arrest filings that Shelby “reacted unreasonably by escalating the situation” into a fatal encounter.

The incident began when a witness called 911, and said a man was running away from a vehicle found abandoned in the middle of the road.

According to the witness, the man, Crutcher, kept saying the vehicle was going to blow up.

Shelby said once on scene, she cleared the vehicle and did not see anyone inside.

As she turned back to her patrol car, she said she saw Crutcher walking towards her.

She says Crutcher did not obey her commands when she told him to “show me your hands.”

She also testified that Crutcher put his hands on the vehicle and moved to reach into the vehicle.

That’s when Shelby fired her weapon at Crutcher, and the officer next to her, Officer Tyler Turnbough, tased him.

An autopsy revealed PCP was found in Crutcher’s system at the time of the shooting.

During cross-examination, Shelby said even though she noticed Crutcher smelled like PCP chemicals, she had forgotten to mention it in her interrogation interview.

“In spite of anything that Terence may have done in his past that may have a negative turn to it, it does not justify murder,” said Dr. Rodney Goss with Morning Star Baptist Church. “It doesn’t matter; she didn’t have a toxicology report when she murdered him. She didn’t know about anything in his past when she murdered him.”

Betty was of course fired from her police officer’s job, but at least she walks out of court a free woman.

Live Stream from Second Battle of New Orleans

Presently, Baked Alaska is interviewing people on the street. How long this live stream will last is unclear.

The antifa, black lives matter, and the black panthers have not yet arrived at Lee Circle where the patriots are protesting. Although little violence has been reported yet, that’s when the stuff will hit the fan.

Live Updates from NOLA.com

https://twitter.com/RichardAWebster/status/861284361135673345/video/1

Speaking at Lee Circle, Michael Hill, president of the League of the South, said up to 75 members of his group are present at the monument and more are expected to arrive by 1:30 p.m.

Hill, who is from northern Alabama, said the police told them they could not bring firearms and they complied.

“We’ve told our people no firearms and basically the police said to exercise our First Amendment right to public assembly and behave yourself,” he said.

As Hill spoke, a fight broke out near the monument’s base. One of the league members ran to Hill and said, “He attacked me! I landed a shot on him!”

“I think there will be some of this because tensions are high,” Hill said. “But we told all of our people to behave themselves and act in an honorable way and we always try to do that.”

Click on the link to NOLA for more.