For Diamond Reynolds, the woman who started a live stream on Facebook after her fiancé Philando Castile was shot and killed by a police officer in Minnesota, today is about justice.
Ramsey County Prosecutor John Choi said at a Friday news conference that will happen when his office receives the case.
A live-streamed Facebook video taken by Philando's girlfriend and front-seat passenger, Diamond Reynolds, allegedly documented the moments after Castile was shot by Yanez. Facebook originally said the removal of the video was a glitch, but sources are now saying that police deleted the video after confiscating Reynolds' phone.
"Please, officer, don't tell me that you just did this to him", she says.
State investigators said the two officers involved were Jeronimo Yanez and Joseph Kauser, both four-year veterans of the St. Anthony Police Department.
KARE could identify only this, from July 2, as a near-in-time robbery that St. Anthony police might have been investigating. A helicopter chopped away overhead as the crowd leaned in to hear members of Castile's family, and J.J. Hill staffers and parents, describe the person they had lost so violently, less than 24 hours before.
Kim Kardashian is urging her fans to take action after two African-American men were killed by police officers this week (ends08Jul16).
Police say the group made their way to a nearby commercial street where they broke the storefront window of one business as well as windows of an unattended police squad auto.
The four-year-old daughter of Diamond Reynolds was in the backseat of Philando Castile's auto when he was shot multiple times at close range by a police officer.
We know the name of the man who was believed to be part of this.
The U.S. Justice Department has opened a civil rights investigation into the shooting. Dayton said he and other state officials would ask for stronger federal involvement. "In Baltimore, we are trying to push towards very clear structural reforms in the way police accountability happens", said Lawrence Grandpre, assistant director for research and public policy for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, a grassroots think tank that focuses on public policy in Baltimore.
"He loved those kids so much", teacher Anna Garnaas said at a vigil for Castile outside the school Thursday evening.
"This has to cease".
A spokeswoman for the hospital told the Post early Thursday she had no information on the situation.
"While we pray for the families of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, we will also pray for an end to this plague of injustice in our communities".
Some 200-300 protesters with a large supply of donated food and water were still there as midnight approached.
Religious groups are among those calling for a new national conversation on violence, law enforcement, and race in the wake of this week's devastating shootings.
"When incidents like this occur, there's a big chunk of our fellow citizenry that feels as if it's because of the color of their skin, they are not being treated the same", Obama said several hours before the Dallas shootings. Compare that with last night's highly effective Snapchat story, curated by editors, on police protests around the nation and the shootings in Dallas.