#1 The Curious Case of Philando Castile – Falcon Heights, MN Police Shooting… by conservgramma 08.07.2016 11:08


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By now everyone is aware of the officer involved shooting of Philando Castile that became a viral BLM activist case as a direct result of his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds (aka Lavish Reynolds) live-streaming the aftermath from their vehicle.

During the uploaded video narration Ms. Reynolds stated the police officer pulled them over for a broken tail light.

There are several aspects of the narrative as told that didn’t pass the sniff test, however, something about the “tail light” just didn’t seem to make sense. Especially when you consider it was daylight when they were pulled over; and where –in the aftermath media video– it can be noted the tail lights were operable.

Upon further evaluation of the entire set of circumstances, something is missing.

Was there another reason why the police officer would pull them over?

The shooting took place, late afternoon/early evening Wednesday July 6th. [ Remember that, and stay with me ].

The people at GotNews chased down the social media profiles of Diamond and Philando, and unfortunately a familiar set of social behaviors surfaces.

Yes, Philando Castile was a gang member (crips), frequently picturing himself with firearms, cash, drugs and gang signs; and Ms. Diamond also has a colorfully broadcasted social presence.

The Philando Castile profile is, unfortunately, also typical of other high profile police encounter cases. A little research into recent community activity was warranted to see if anything has happened.

Four days before they were pulled over, and approximately four blocks from where the shooting took place, another firearm incident occurred. A Super USA Convenience Store was robbed at gunpoint at 7:30pm on Friday July 2nd.

[…] According to a press release from the St. Anthony Police Department, which contracts for police service in Lauderdale, the two robbed the Super USA store in the 2400 block of Larpenteur Avenue around 7:30 p.m., taking cash from the register and cartons of Newport cigarettes.

No employees were injured during the robbery said St. Anthony Police Chief Jon Mangseth.

St. Anthony police, with help from Roseville Police Department officers and St. Paul Police Department K9 officers, set up a perimeter around the store, Mangseth said, and briefly searched the area.

Mangseth said K9s tracked the suspects to a nearby apartment parking lot where the trail ended. He said it’s believed the men left the area in a vehicle from the parking lot.

Now, why does this matter? Well, the July 6th police stop of the car with Mr. Castile and Ms. Reynolds was in the general vicinity of the previous SuperUSA convenience store armed robbery. The stop was also at the same general time of day. The stop was also the day after the police department released the CCTV footage of the suspects.

Would it change the overall impression of events if the officer:
….was not simply pulling over a random vehicle identified with a broken tail light (claim of Ms. Reynolds); but rather the officer was pulling over a vehicle containing a B.O.L.O driver who fit the exact profile of an armed robbery suspect a few days earlier?

You decide but bear in mind we the people are no longer being given complete facts. We are being fed half-truths and distortions by the media. Whatever suits their agenda.

Trust nothing and noone within the media and government.

Research, research, and research to find the truth BEFORE forming any opinions on current events.

Things are not always as they seem!

#2 RE: The Curious Case of Philando Castile – Falcon Heights, MN Police Shooting… by truthkeeper 08.07.2016 11:17


This one caught my eye last night too.

Is it asking too much for our "leaders" to resist PC pressure and hold their fire until the police have issued a statement including the officer's version of events?

They all but indict the cops with their comments, and they should know this, especially now.

Of course I know the current POTUS lives to fan the flames but the rest should be above it.

#3 RE: The Curious Case of Philando Castile – Falcon Heights, MN Police Shooting… by Cincinnatus 08.07.2016 14:19


Instead of telling people to stay calm and wait for a promised full investigation, Obama at the very least accused the police of murder based on race and implies this is not the first time.

President Obama addressed the deaths of two black men who were killed in police shootings this week -- incidents that sparked outrage and demands for justice around the country -- and said the incidents were "not isolated" but rather "symptomatic of a of a broader set of racial disparities."

"We have seen tragedies like this too many times," the president said in Warsaw.

"All of us as Americans should be troubled by these shootings," he continued. "These are not isolated incidents, they are symptomatic of a broader set of racial disparities that exist in our criminal justice system."

Alton Sterling was shot and killed by a police officer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana earlier this week, and Philando Castile was killed in a separate incident by a police officer in Minnesota last night.

Both incidents -- parts of which were captured on witness video -- sparked outrage. The Baton Rouge shooting was referred to the Department of Justice for Investigation and the investigation of the Minnesota shooting is being monitored by the DOJ.

The president went on to list a number of statistics showing black Americans are subject to disparities under the nation's law enforcement system.

“When people say black lives matter, it doesn’t mean blue lives don’t matter,” the president said, adding that it’s instead “about us recognizing there is a particular burden placed on a group of our citizens.”

"This is not just a black issue, this is not just a Hispanic issue, this is an American issue that we should all care about," the president said, noting that when incidents like this occur there are segments of the country that feel that because of "the color of their skin they are not being treated the same, and that hurts and that should trouble all of us."


#4 RE: The Curious Case of Philando Castile – Falcon Heights, MN Police Shooting… by Cincinnatus 08.07.2016 14:45


Wouldn't it be nice to see a guy like this as head of the FBI instead of that spineless doormat Comey?

#5 RE: The Curious Case of Philando Castile – Falcon Heights, MN Police Shooting… by truthkeeper 08.07.2016 16:48


I love Sheriff Clarke. We need many more like him.

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