Verdict in the Philando Castile Case Spawns Protests

Protestors Rally March Through Downtown Minneapolis

Verdict in the Philando Castile Case Spawns Protests

Kaepernick added in his tweet: "A system that perpetually condones the killing of people, without effect, doesn't need to be revised, it needs to be dismantled!" The images included a caption that read, "You can't ignore your history ..."

Castile, a 32-year-old black man, was a popular cafeteria supervisor at J.J. Hill Montessori in St. Paul.

Protesters are marching for a third day straight today over the not guilty verdict of Jeronimo Yanez on Friday afternoon in St. Anthony, Minnesota. The officer testified that Castile was pulling his gun out of his pocket despite his commands not to do so. A jury Friday found Yanez not guilty on all three counts related to the shooting.

The case garnered immediate attention because Castile's girlfriend streamed the aftermath live on Facebook.

Yanez was also charged with two felony counts of intentional discharge of a firearm that endangers safety because Reynolds and her four-year-old daughter were also in the vehicle at the time of the shooting. My son loved this city, and this city killed my son, ' she said.

Travis was not pleased and sounded off on the polarizing quarterback, who infamously refused to stand for the national anthem. "The system continues to fail black people, and it will continue to fail you all". "There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder".

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