Police Chief Completely SHREDS Philando Castile’s GF By Exposing 3 MASSIVE Lies Americans Need To Know

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Black Lives Matter was founded on debunked claims of police brutality based on race. Black dude that was killed by police was a violent criminal who NEVER put his hands up and said “don’t shoot.” Sorry my black friends but it just NEVER happened.

But the media repeatedly draw conclusions until all the facts are available and 99% of the time, the real story isn’t being told.

Another example is the reporting on the BLM hero, Philando Castile who was shot and killed by police on July 6, 2016, in Minnesota.

His girlfriend, Diamond “Lavish” Reynolds recorded the incident along with commentary that was jam packed with flat out lies, some of which America’s Freedom Fighters has proven to be completely false.

Roseville, Minnesota Police Chief Rick Mathwig says recent reports don’t line up with reality. His officers weren’t the ones who pulled over Castile or fired the fatal gunshots. But they responded to the scene in Falcon Heights after a St. Anthony police officer opened fire on Castile.

In an interview with CNN, Mathwig laid out three lies and revealed the truth:

LIE #1: Reynolds said police officers provided no medical aid for Castile, and Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton claimed that Castile did not receive CPR.

FACT: Officers started administering CPR three minutes after arriving at the scene, trying to save Castile’s life, Mathwig says. “It hurt me … to hear the governor of Minnesota saying that Mr. Castile did not receive CPR.”

LIE #2: Reynolds claimed that she was detained all night by police.

FACT: Diamond Reynolds, Castile’s fiancée who recorded the shooting aftermath in a Facebook Live video, wasn’t detained by police all night, Mathwig says. The police chief says she was held for about two hours in what’s called a “soft interview room” because it also contains toys, books and blankets.

Lie #3: Reynolds claimed she was terribly treated by police.

FACT: Mathwig says investigators did what they could to help Reynolds and her 4-year-old daughter. Before dropping her off at home, Mathwig says an officer gave the child a teddy bear. It’s been reported that Mathwig said Reynolds told officers her groceries were in the car and that her daughter hadn’t eaten all day so a state investigator took $40 out of his own billfold to give to her for the groceries.


The bottom line is that Mathwig’s account paints a very different picture from the one Reynolds and the media have tried to paint and these are just a few of the many lies already debunked, Conservative Tribune reports.

As time goes by, Reynold’s account starts to fall apart piece by piece showing exactly why people should refrain from judgment before all the facts are available.

Maybe someone can get that memo to the governor of Minnesota and the president, because, clearly, they don’t understand this concept.

What do you think after hearing Reynold’s lies contradicted once again?

Why do you think the media, the president and the governor have chosen to jump to conclusions in this case without all the facts? Let us know in the comments below and please share this on Facebook and Twitter.

God Bless.




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