Girlfriend Of Philando Castile Receives $800K Settlement

Philando Castile's Girlfriend Diamond Reynolds Settles Shooting Case For $800000

Philando Castile's Girlfriend Diamond Reynolds Settles Shooting Case For $800000

Reynolds and her daughter were riding in the vehicle with Philando Castile on July 6th, 2016, when he was pulled over by police and shot to death after volunteering that he was legally carrying a gun.

In addition to the $675,000 from St. Anthony, Reynolds and her daughter will separately receive $125,000 from the city of Roseville and the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust, according to a news release issued by St. Anthony after Tuesday night's meeting.

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Mr. Castile was pulled over on July 6, 2016, near the state fairgrounds by Officer Jeronimo Yanez of the St. Anthony police, who said that Mr. Castile's Oldsmobile had a broken brake light and that he matched the description of a robbery suspect.

We will never forget the tragic footage that Diamond Reynolds so bravely captured of Philando Castile's fatal shooting, which unfolded as her daughter sat in the auto. Almost a year after Castile's death, Yanez was acquitted on all counts.

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The council's resolution approving the settlement said, in part, that it resolves any claims related to the alleged detention of and use of force against Reynolds and her daughter, and any claims of racial discrimination or emotional distress. Moments after Castile disclosed that he had a firearm, which he had a permit to carry, Yanez fired into the vehicle. Ms. Reynolds was riding in the front passenger's seat. The remaining $670,000 in Reynolds' settlement from St. Anthony will be covered by tax payers. After the shooting, Reynolds and her daughter were held by the Roseville police, authorities said. Jerry Faust, the mayor of St. Anthony, said in a statement that the agreement "opens the door to continued healing within our community".

When the 4-year-old began crying, Reynolds tried to console her. A jury acquitted him in June and the city of St. Anthony settled with Castile's mother later that month for $3 million. Not long after, Yanez agreed to a "voluntary separation agreement", leaving his police department with a payment of $48,500 as well as a payout for unused personal leave.

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