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When Castile was pulled over he told Yanez that he had a firearm He also had a permit to carry his weapon at the time but he did not disclose that fact to the officer.
Tamika Mallory a civil rights activist and co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington held in January debated Loesch on the CNN program Mallory recently told the Huffington Post that the NRA stayed silent for so long after Yanez’s acquittal because “the NRA does not believe in protecting black and brown lives They are not an organization that represents all people Because if the NRA was an organization that represents all people why would you not have a response to Philando Castile.” First NAME Share. Four T-38s from the U.S Air Force fly over Target Field in Minneapolis during the national anthem before a Minnesota Twins game Photo: Leila Navidi / Star Tribune Buy. The National Rifle Association criticized for its silence after a Twin Cities police officer was acquitted for killing permit-to-carry gun owner Philando Castile has now responded to the verdict 3½ weeks later and said the death was a “tragedy that could have been avoided.” Dana Loesch a spokeswoman for the influential gun-rights lobbying group appeared Sunday on CNN and was pressed by the host during the segment about her organization failing to follow through on a pledge to address Castile’s death in July 2016 Two days after the shooting in Falcon Heights a statement from the NRA said it would say more once the case is concluded That conclusion came on June 16 with the not guilty verdicts won by St Anthony Officer Jeronimo Yanez.