Protest in Minnesota over Police shooting a man

On Wednesday night about 09:00 PM deadly officer-involved shooting in Falcon Heights .Facebook live video showing the moments right after that incident occurred.  Now protest has been made  at  Minnesota Governor’s Residence in St. Paul, . they are protesting over fatal shooting of  suburban police officer and demanding action  from this democratic government.

Minnesota governor residency gathered with protesters Early Thursday morning there is huge gathering and it is increasing  as  people  seeing that video on facebook . Inspite of  police  barriers  protesters have approached  from a car parked  just outside  the gate  which have  one solagan  “No justice, no sleep,” the protesters chanted. “Mark Dayton, do you care?”.  It was not clear  that governor  stayed at home because lights inside the mansion was mostly off.  According the Associate press  Dayton’s Spokesman did not immediately respond to any inquiry. The victim  namely  Philando Castile died  after reaching  hospital he was 32 years old Cafeteria supervisor at  Montesssori School.

St. Anthony Police interim police chief Jon Mangseth did  not have any comment about early morning news conference and said that incident began when  an officer  initiated a traffic stop in Subrurban Falcon Heights but have not further explained   what led to the shooting.

Minnesota black man shot by US police in carJon Mangseth said that a police officer who fatally shot a man in Minnesota   had been on  administrative leave while investigation has been made against him.

Although it is sure how many officers are involved in this  incident. A Video posted on facebook decribes  only one police officer involved in this crime. St. Anthony Police interim police chief Jon Mangseth said that we also have investigation on facebook  video and also he said that he had not yet been aware about the content of this video. He did not comment it during the news conference.

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