"The uncles said going into the trial, they thought Castile’s case would be one to make a difference and change some police practices, but Friday’s verdict was just the opposite.

“This is some bull. How can this be? It’s the same thing I felt when I watched the live stream of his killing, saying, ‘How could this be?’ And now I get shot again; it’s like they are just kicking my front door in, just terrorizing my family,” "

The more brazen the murder, the more families tend to think the murder of their loved one will be the gamechanger. Then comes the reality check.

Castile’s family in St. Louis says verdict is like the shooting all over

ST. LOUIS – The Minnesota police officer charged with killing Philando Castile during a traffic stop last year was found not guilty of second-degree manslaughter. Officer Jeronimo Yanez was also acquitted of two counts of intentional discharge of firearm that endangers safety. Castile's death gather...