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The newly released video was captured from the camera inside Officer Jeronimo Yanez's patrol auto and is the very footage that jurors saw when deciding his fate. It is at this point that Castile tells Officer he has a gun, saying "Sir, I have to tell you I have a firearm on me.' Yanez warns Castile not to 'pull out" his firearm, to which Castile reply he is not, but by that time, Yanez was already firing.
Yanez said he was anxious that Castile may be carrying a weapon for protection from drug dealers or others trying to "rip" or steal from him.
The footage captures the short interaction between Yanez and Castile, who was pulled over on July 6, 2016, for a routine traffic stop because of broken taillights.
But the video, played for the jury during Mr Yanez's trial, did not show what was happening inside the vehicle and what Mr Castile was reaching for just before he was shot.
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"Good", Yanez replies, telling him that the reason why he pulled him over is because the brake light to the auto is out.
Noah, who grew up in South Africa, said, "I've been stopped by police maybe I would say going on at least eight to 10 times, which always blows White people's minds, which I didn't know was a thing".
The video was made public just days after the Latino officer was acquitted on all counts in the case. Reynolds also testified in court that Castile had followed Yanez's orders. Prosecutors were skeptical, asking if he even saw a weapon in the first place, or simply assumed Castile was reaching for it. He testified that Castile was gripping the gun when Yanez opened fire out of fear for his life.
After the shooting ends, Yanez is heard screaming expletives while he calls for backup. Castile and Yanez talk over each other, making it hard to know for sure what they were saying. Then he asks Castile for his driver's license and insurance. Officer Yanez waits for the second officer to arrive before pulling Mr. Castile over, but he never mentions his robbery suspicions to Mr. Castile.
Days of protests followed Officer Yanez's acquittal, with one attracting thousands and shutting down a major highway for hours.
Yanez approaches the vehicle and says, "Hello, sir", to Castile, who responds, "How are you?"