'I Hope That MotherF***er Dies Tonight!': Valerie Castile Wishes Death On Acquitted CopChris Menahan
Jun. 17, 2017
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Philando Castile's mother Valerie Castile reacted to news of officer Jeronimo Yanez's acquittal by condemning the "cracker, bama ass, motherf**king state" of Minnesota and appeared to call for the officer who killed her son to be killed himself.
In a disturbing rant posted to Facebook which has been viewed over 600,000 times, Valerie Castile told her followers: "I just want to say one thing to everybody out there, I don't give a f**k what you do. Do what your heart desires, because that shit wasn't right."
"F**k the police, say whatever the f**k you want to say," she said. "This is the real Valerie Castile, I don't give a f**k no more."
"They gonna keep on killing us as long as we just sit down and take it," Castile said.
"If I had it my way, it's on and cracking," she said. "F**k that shit, I'm sick of this sh*t. Yall been killing motherf**kers all these years, but here in Minnesota, this cracker, bama ass, motherf**king state, f**k these f**king motherf**kers."
"With that, peace out, do your motherf**king thing, whatever. Have a nice life, I hope that motherf**ker die tonight! Hello!"
Many of her followers took her statements as a call for violence.
The top comments on her Facebook thanked her for "not calling for peace and all that wackness."
"Thank you for not calling for peace and all that wackness. And thank you for not making some wack statement expressing forgiveness and healing and love," one poster wrote. "Those f%$% days are over!" another person responded to the prior comment.
"The feeling of revolt will grow stronger every day among the peoples subjected to various degrees of exploitation, and they will take up arms to gain by force the rights which reason alone has not won them. -che," another poster wrote.
"We need to organize a national boycott of christmas~~shut this country down!!!! racist ass COUNTRY!!!!! Let's shut it down!! hit those purse strings show them we need business!!! Time to fight back we are at war!!" another said.
The uncensored comments on a YouTube reupload of the video are far more violent:
"Anybody who says anything negative about his mother is a coon and should be dealt with. its time for us to unite!!! PERIOD. Stop being petty about who what when where and how something is ghetto. Maybe its what they need to see instead of all of these passive ass white devil worshipers who think it's cool for them to keep killing us. NO MORE FORGIVENESS!! And those slaves who STILL don't want to leave the plantation, need to stay in the house. UNAPOLOGETIC FOR LIFE!!!," one of the top comments reads.
"[M]e too kill that racist pig," another wrote.
"[F]inally a real black person being real about this, enough with that forgiving, they are at war with us...treat them the way they want to be treated, a grave for a grave," said another.
Valeria Castile similarly said she "hope" Yanez "dies tonight" during the end of her press conference with the media, but local Minnesota CBS affiliate WCCO did not include her comments in their report on the incident.
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