Reynolds was handcuffed in the back of the police vehicle, and she spoke aloud about wanting to take the handcuffs off, but her daughter encouraged her not to do so, in order for Diamond not to get shot also.
Daughter: "I can keep you safe".
Castile was initially singled out for a traffic stop because the officer thought he resembled a robbery suspect. During the week-long trial, Yanez said the smell of marijuana lead him to fear for his life.
Meaning that, just a few minutes into the stop, Yanez had already played judge and jury, deciding that even if Castile wasn't the robber the police were looking for, that he was at the very least a drug dealer.
Castile responds, "I'm, I, I was reaching for", but before he finishes, Yanez, with right hand on his holster, says, "Don't pull it out".
Following the announcement that Yanez was found not guilty in the fatal shooting of Castile, the Ramsey County Attorney's Office in Minnesota released a collection of documents centered around the case.
"I can't believe they just did that", Reynolds says as they both break down in tears.
Mr Castile had no criminal record and held a permit for her firearm.
Thirty seconds later, Castile says, "Sir, I have to tell you I do have a firearm on me".
Though Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, had previously streamed the immediate aftermath of the shooting on Facebook live, the moment of the shooting itself was not made available to the public until this week.
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"I wish this town was safer", the daughter adds in between sniffles.
She also tried to reassure her mother many times, wrapping her arms around her mother and telling here: "It's OK".
In his powerful monologue on the video, released this week, Noah's completely justified anger comes through as he indicts the cop for panicking while facing a law-abiding black man and the jury for finding him innocent.
The mother and girl were both placed in the back of a patrol vehicle. After listening to the audio several times, he said, "They were talking calm, and all of a sudden, you heard the gunshots". Castile was black and Yanez is Hispanic. I know you just got the text.
"I was stunned", Glenda Hatchett, a former judge who is representing Mr Castile's family, told CNN's Brooke Baldwin of the first time she saw the video.style="text-align: center;"