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After a Police Officer shot and killed Greg Crockett 's Best Friend , he left Minnesota for good. Then, in the time of George Floyd kill, he decided he could not stay. How everything and nothing has changed after the death of Philando Castile.
Greg Crockett sat in The Passenger seat of His grandfather's van, when he saw That - in the midst of the rapidly escalating protests due to the death of an unarmed Black Man by the name of George Floyd in The Hands of a Minneapolis Police Officer , a car-parts store in the vicinity of His old neighborhood was On Fire .
That Night , from almost The Moment His feet met the sidewalk, Crockett - a thin, bitter 37-year-old who works at The Phoenix International Airport - - witness, such as a rolling carnival of chaos. For over two hours until His phone died, he conquered the scene after scene of casual destruction, at turns terrifying and darkly comic.
A boy who looked older than 15 or 16 lobbed a Molotov cocktail into a grocery store, only to have the lights the rag fall and singe His legs.
A group of 30 people worked furiously to break open a drive-through ATM, to an Older Man strolls up to a theatrical, slow pace with a huge sledgehammer over the shoulder.
It was not a policeman in sight. The red and blue lights of the squad cars flashed blocks away.
When Crockett meets the Castile, he was a quiet, braces-wearing, video-game fanatics. The Teeth of the clamp was gone, but by all accounts, changed little else about Castile. He was known to be a respected employee of St. Paul Public School food Service division, That students as "Mr. Phil". To friends, he "Chedda" because he always had a job and money.
Yanez Castile pulled over in a residential area, about 15 Minutes away from The Street , where George Floyd would die in the year 2020. After Castile Yanez informed he had a firearm, for which he is properly licensed, Yanez shooting seemingly in a panic, into The Car and beat Castile seven times.
Castile-girlfriend, diamond, Reynolds, turned on the Facebook Live seconds later, and conquered with her dying friend's final moments during her four-year-old daughter watched from the Back seat.
Crockett reminds to want to be angry, to be angry about The Way George Floyd demonstrators are angry now. But Castile, the mother, the Crockett and calls out to His "aunt," she said, to be peaceful. To Let , the Criminal Justice system do its work.Greg Crockett on The Day of Castile's funeral
The Day of the acquittal was at the top of Crockett in mind when he moved to the bottom of Lake Street, beheaded over coin-operated Parking meters and curtained window with flames. It would have been a riot in Minneapolis to #PhilandoCastile, there would be a #George Floyd?
"you will not stop to kill us. We want you to stop killing us. "
Two Days later, Crockett sat in a friend's Back garden Smoking a cigarette and drinking a beer. Brian McIntosh, the owner's house, with wheels of an old, black office chair, The Door of The Garage and pointed to it. This is where Castile-sat, He Said , Two Weeks before he died. Would they played a game of chess.
"Minding His own business," McIntosh said.
in response to Crockett 's was mixed Facebook Live. Some cheered him. Some taunted him, because he is a part of the night That left gutted an icon of the corridor from South Minneapolis through fire, Water Damage and looting.Greg Crockett (center), DeWayne Givens, Brian McIntosh
"A lot of people are really quiet people. Everything That happens to you, keep it in [until] you Get Drunk . That is, if you let it," He Said . "This is the result. This is what y'all get. You can't push a person and think they are gonna hold up, so That you can push them. No, One Day you go Back to pushing. Now, we move again. Now we are drunk. "
A string of Bad Luck convinced to leave Crockett , Minnesota two years ago. He got robbed At Gunpoint . He was thrown out. He lost His apartment. His car was towed, with all His belongings. Not Long After That , he didn't come on the flight to Arizona, and swore again.
said The mid-West, Crockett , is not the same place That His great-grandfather moved in the year 1947, in The Second wave of The Great Migration. Her family left West Helena, Arkansas, to try to escape the Jim Crow laws, to achieve better jobs, better education for their children and home ownership.
But the Midwest changed.
The factories are closed and the schools are more separated and the quality of life gap between black and white Midwesterners got wider and wider. Crockett 's parents fled from Gary, Indiana, an embattled city of craters, if the steel industry. She hopped around from Indiana and Wisconsin to Minnesota. He attended nine elementary schools and four middle schools before settling in St. Paul .demonstrators gathered outside the Minnesota state capitol in St. Paul
Castile was also the First Person who knew Crockett , who was killed by the Police - His uncle Darryl Burns was killed by an Indianapolis Police Officer in 1992 during a traffic control. Crockett was 10.
At this point, Crockett 's views have grown bleak. He believes That a Life Sentence for His friend, the murderer would have prevented, another die, such as George Floyd. He's not sure he believes That the peaceful integration is also possible. He feels That Black People In America are essentially stateless.
it is overwhelming.
After Philando died, Crockett said, all he did was work. He made good money, but not for the payment of His credit card bills. He has by drinking. He moves through life like a metaphorical "blackout".The Spot on the side of The Road , where Castile has been shot, Officer Yanez
"I feel great," He Said . "I feel alive. "