PHILANDO CASTILE DASH-CAM FOOTAGE RELEASED

Over the weekend I noted that the Philando Castile dash-cam video had not yet been made public. Now it has been (this is obviously disturbing): As I wrote previously: Body-camera footage would have been far better than a dash-cam video here. We just can't see what exactly Castile did. It's clear that Yanez believed he was in danger -- listen to the escalation between his calm "Don't reach for it, then" to his second "Don't pull it out!" before he...

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