Diamond Reynolds, who live streamed on Facebook the moments immediately after her boyfriend Philando Castile was shot and killed in his car, will receive nearly $1 million in settlement money for her treatment in the 2016 incident. Reynolds will be awarded $675,000 from the city of St. Anthony after the city council voted in favor of […]
Diamond Reynolds delivered the smoking gun to all of us LIVE on her Facebook stream, as her boyfriend Philando Castile was brutally murdered right before our eyes. While the officer that killed Castile was acquitted of the charges, Reynolds has agreed to accept $800,000 from authorities for her boyfriend’s death. Under the […]
The police department linked to the death of Philando Castile is distancing itself from the town where he was shot to save money. The world was stunned as Philando’s fiancee broadcast the deadly traffic stop where the magnet school cafeteria supervisor was shot by officer Jeronimo Yanez last July on Facebook Live. Now, the St. […]
President Trump tweeted that Snoop Dogg’s career was failing and low-key threatened him with jail, ostensibly after being informed of the rapper's new video "Lavender," which shows the West Coast rapper aiming a gun at a clown named "Ronald Klump." Snoop didn't have much to say in response.
The defense team for the cop who fatally shot Philando Castile asked prosecutors Tuesday to turn over any evidence supporting any biased and unreliable witnesses.
Diamond Reynolds, the girlfriend of Philando Castile, was arrested and charged in relation to a hammer attack on a woman in St. Paul.
A new filing written by Jeronimo Yanez's defense team claims his use of deadly force was triggered by a gun sighting.
2016 is a year that will be memorable for many, but in all the wrong ways. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the first reality TV star and the first woman to win the nomination of their respective parties, clashed all year over just about everything. Still, given Trump’s racist rhetoric, the violence at his rallies […]
Lawyers for the Minnesota cop who fatally shot Philando Castile during a traffic stop in July wrote in court papers this week that the victim was "negligent" and caused his own death.
They claim the 32-year-old was negligent because he was high on marijuana while driving and did not obey the officer's commands.
Jeronimo Yanez, the officer accused in the shooting death of Minnesota motorist Philando Castile, will face second-degree manslaughter charges.