The city of Baton Rouge and St. Paul in the United States covered the protests following the murder by police of black men. In both cases, the use of weapons is disputed.
Hundreds of Americans demanding justice. On the streets again there were posters of "Life black also mean something". People call the police Baton-Rouge to resign, and judges to punish the guilty in the death of Elton Sterling. First record of the incident could still cause some issues, and the government could still doubt the testimony of eyewitnesses.
Witness: "When I came out of the store, the police threw him on the car. Then they hit him with a stun gun and threw it to the ground. One yelled, "Gun, gun!" and started shooting." Released the night before the second video showed all was well. The footage shows that the suspect Elton sterling writhes in pain on the ground against the use against him of "Taser". One of the guards makes 2, and then 3 more shots at point blank range. Police said that the victim was armed and presented a danger to them.
It becomes so loud that the details were introduced to Barack Obama. The outrage spilled outside of Baton Rouge. A few hours ago a similar case occurred in St. Paul. There's a policeman shot a black driver. Their car stopped on the road due to a broken brake. Police asked for the documents. The driver warned him that the cabin is a gun, which he has all permissions. In response, the guard opened fire. Killed was 32-year-old Felando Castille. 10 years, he worked at the school, preparing the kids food.
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