Philando Castile of St. Paul, Minnesota was profiled and his car pulled over by IMA police officers while he was driving his girlfriend and a child through a white (IMA / inbred mutant albino) district.
Castile while speaking to the officer informed him he had a license to carry a weapon, yet, because the officer was scared or he might have been on drugs, he shot Mr. Castile, a frail man, in cold blood.
What got me about this murder was the reaction of Mr. Castile ‘s girlfriend, instead of helping him, she videotaped his slow agonizing death.
Is this what black people call fighting back? Taking out phones and video recording love ones, friends, other African Americans getting their “wigs peeled back” by the muzzle of a gun?
Have we become so voyeuristic that instead of assisting people, we video tape their plight?
Look at this woman? She could have done something other than filmed this man dying.
She could have comforted him.
This is outrageous!
Why do Negroes, Imbuka, need more evidence? Why do they constantly need to be shaken out of their trance?
Negroes need more video evidence after Rodney King and Walter Scott?
Yet – anyway – forget that. Why is this false assurance needed for an African American person, especially one who has a relative or spouse in danger.
– why would you videotape anything?
Cameras and police are for after the fact.