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He’s calm"Everything was going fine Noble testified until Castile "politely" told Yanez he had a firearm on him That’s when Noble said things quickly escalatedThe former California police officer and frequent consultant on police use-of-force cases offered his opinion on behalf of prosecutors in Ramsey County District Court The defense questioned his credentials at length and forcefully challenged his assessment of the caseRegardless of whether Yanez subjectively felt his life was in danger at that moment Noble told the jury a reasonable officer under the same circumstances would have reached a different conclusion"Simply (seeing someone) reaching down to his side without seeing a gun . is no basis (to shoot somebody)" Noble testifiedYanez’s attorneys say the officer saw Castile reaching for his gun despite being ordered not to when Yanez in fear for his life opened fire into Castile’s car fatally wounding himThe incident took place shortly after 9 pm in Falcon Heights last summer After spotting Castile’s Oldsmobile pass his squad car Yanez communicated via radio to his police partner that he’d just spotted a driver who looked like a suspect in a recent armed robbery in the area He added that Castile had a broken taillight giving Yanez legal reason to make the stop and probe furtherAfter approaching the driver’s side window Yanez asked Castile for his license and proof of insurance Castile handed over his insurance card and proceeded to tell the officer that he had a firearm on him Castile had a permit to carry it but he hadn’t communicated that to Yanez before he was shot The state maintains Castile was reaching for his wallet which contained his licence when Yanez recklessly shot him Noble was hired by the Ramsey County attorney’s office at $295 an hour to review the roughly 1000 pages of police reports and other investigative materials generated on the shooting before ultimately offering his analysisThe county attorney’s office relied on his findings in explaining its decision to charge Yanez with second-degree manslaughter and two counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm for his conduct for endangering the lives of two other passengers in the car Castile’s girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughterYanez has pleaded not guilty to the chargesOf the roughly 130 cases Noble has consulted on nationwide since his retirement from the Irvine Police Department in 2012 Noble told prosecuting attorney Jeffrey Paulsen he tends to find officers’ use of force justified about 50 percent of the time Only a handful of the cases he’s consulted on have been criminal; the rest have been civilNoble told the jury that he bases his analysis on police use-of-force incidents on factors outlined in the US Supreme Court case Graham v Connor Those include the severity of the crime involved whether the suspect in the case poses an imminent threat and whether the suspect is attempting to flee or evade arrestIn his judgement Noble said Yanez had no reason to believe Castile was a suspect in the recent armed robbery That perspective was supported by statements Yanez made indicating the only physical characteristics he was aware of at the time of the traffic stop that tied Castile to the robbery were Castile’s race and "wide-set nose" Noble saidAuthorities later determined Castile had not been involved in the robberyNoble further said Castile was buckled into his seat belt at the time of the traffic stop and made no attempt to resist or flee during his interactions with YanezHe went on to say that if Yanez had felt threatened by Castile’s hand movements after the 32-year-old black man disclosed he had a firearm Yanez who is Latino should have followed proper police protocolIn those instances Noble said officers are trained to tell armed motorists to keep their hands in clear sight"You would say ‘Stop’ ‘Freeze’ ‘Put your hands on the steering wheel . The gun is not going to go off by itself. (That’s why) you want to see the hands" Noble saidBy contrast Noble described Yanez’s commands of "Don’t reach for it" and "Don’t pull it out" which he was heard saying on squad car dashboard-camera video of the shooting as ambiguousHe added that Yanez also could have opted to step to his right which would require an armed seat-belt restrained driver to shift around in his seat if he wanted to fire at the officerLast Noble testified that in instances when officers see a gun they typically alert other police He noted that Yanez never told his police partner at the traffic stop Joseph Kauser about a gun or mentioned its whereabouts to officers who responded to the scene after the shooting"I’d really expect him to tell the officers . if there is a gun present" Noble said "Their safety is at risk"Kauser testified earlier that he didn’t think Yanez had time to tell him during the rapidly evolving situationDefense attorney Thomas Kelly cross-examined Noble at length on Wednesday afternoon He pointed out that Noble had only served as an expert on three other criminal cases and that he is most often called upon to assess whether a victim’s civil rights have been violated He added that such consulting work is not a science and that Noble only reviewed paperwork in this shooting and never actually talked to involved officersKelly got Noble to admit on the stand that while he may be familiar with police training in general he didn’t know what Yanez’s specific training on use of force had entailed"I am not familiar with his training no" Noble saidKelly also highlighted that Noble based his opinion that the shooting had been unreasonable on the assumption that Yanez never saw Castile reach for his gun when Yanez maintains that he didNoble countered that Yanez used "qualifiers" to talk about what he saw Castile reach for that night such as "a dark object" or something that required Castile to form a "wide grip"He also said Yanez’s initial statement at the scene was "I don’t know where the gun was""If you saw the gun you’d know where it’s at" Noble said prompting more back-and-forth with Kelly"If (the gun) was produced . and you didn’t know where the gun came from . you might use that expression ‘I don’t know where the gun was’" Kelly said in explanation of Yanez’s initial statementKelly added that Yanez had clearly expressed in multiple statements that he saw Castile reaching for a gun when the officer decided to shoot"I disagree with you" Noble saidNoble also told Kelly during cross-examination that he didn’t think Castile had been negligent during the stop despite evidence of marijuana use later found in his system Castile never displayed any indication of being "impaired" while driving or during his interactions with Yanez Noble saidThe defense maintains that Castile was high at the time of the incident and was therefore culpable in his deathIn addition to THC found in his system a crime lab supervisor with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension testified Wednesday that she found 6 grams of marijuana in a bag in a mason jar inside Castile’s car The jar’s lid was offCastile’s girlfriend Diamond Reynolds previously testified that she and Castile regularly smoked marijuanaA clinical toxicologist also paid to testify for the state said Wednesday that it’s not possible to use THC levels from a post-mortem blood sample to ascertain when someone last used marijuana because of how the chemical disperses throughout the body after deathShe did indicate under cross-examination that the levels found were "high"Kelly’s last question for Noble ended testimony for the day Wednesday"So is it your claim that Officer Yanez shot Philando Castile for no reason" Kelly asked him"It’s my opinion (that) . his decision to shoot was objectively unreasonable" Noble repliedThe state may rest its case Thursday morning turning the trial’s proceedings over to the defenseYanez’s attorneys indicated in the past that they could call several witnesses to testify on Yanez’s behalf including local police officers and other experts on police use of force and toxicology They also told jurors that Yanez is likely to take the standFormer presidential spokesman Reuben Abatin has called for the relocation of Akure airport Abati stated this in reaction to cows invasion of Akure airport runway on Saturday hindering flight operations The former spokesman blamed those that built the airport for herdsmen and their cattle calling for relocation According to him relocation of the airport would show a sense of accommodation of Fulani herdsmen On his Twitter page he wrote “The State of the nation: Whoever built that airport should have avoided the cattle route “Relocate the airport to show we are accommodating” Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose had earlier applauded Air peace pilot for saving lives of passengers following the incident?
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