He didn't have any last words, his eyes rolled in the back of his head'
This was the words of Woman who live-streamed her boyfriend being shot d*ad by Minnesota copWarning the contents you are about to see includes Graphic Images
Diamond Reynolds demanded 'justice' and 'peace' upon release
Reynolds live-streamed the aftermath of Philando Castile's shooting
Castile was shot 9pm Wednesday during a traffic stop in Minnesota
Reynolds claims a 'Chinese police officer' shot him five times in the arm
She claims she was held for hours and treated like a prisoner herself
Was kept away from her daughter, four, who witnessed the shooting
Some 200 protesters formed outside Minnesota Governor's house
The cop is from the St. Anthony Police Department in Falcon Heights
Minnesota governor has asked for a federal investigation
Governor suggested if passengers were white, it wouldn't have happened
Obama said all Americans should recognize 'anger, frustration and grief'
No last words: Reynolds, who was held by police overnight, said all she saw were her boyfriend's eyes rolling in the back of his head after he was shot five times by police
Diamond Reynolds says cops took her boyfriend Philando Castile's life 'for no reason' after she was released by police in Minnesota
Demanding justice and peace, she said: 'These police should not be able to bear arms on innocent people in front of kids. My daughter will be forever scarred by what the police of Falcon Heighs did to us
The officer, audibly panicky and afraid, continues to point his gun at Castile, and at one point screams 'I told him not to reach for it!' Reynolds remains calm as she confronts him: 'You told him to get his ID, sir'
Unconscious: Castile apparently loses consciousness partway through the video. Police have confirmed that he di*d in hospital as a result of the gunshot wounds Castile (left) and Reynolds (right) before his tragic death. His mother, Valerie Castile, told WCCO TV her son 'lived by the law and di*d by the law' and he worked as a cafeteria supervisor at the J.J Hill Montessori School in St. Paul. Castile's Facebook page depicts a young man who was politically active and enjoyed partying
Crowds of protesters chanted outside the Governor's residence in Saint Paul at 3am demanding for him to 'wake up' and speak to them following the tragic shooting
Aftermath: The immediate moments after the shocking shooting were caught by at least one passerby, which shows police attending to a shot Castile at the side of the road
A crowd of community members gather outside the Governor's Residence in Saint Paul with a 'black lives matter' sign
Women hold placards saying 'not in my name. No justice, no peace' and 'black lives matter'
Within A Week 2 Blacks have been Shot d*ad
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