ST. PAUL, Minn. - It was the Facebook live video seen around the world.
The moments after 32-year-old Philando Castile was shot by a St. Anthony police officer during a traffic stop were broadcast live by Castile's girlfriend, setting off a wave of protests, investigations and heightened emotions.
Here is a timeline of major events that followed:
Wednesday, July 6:
- Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man, and his girlfriend Diamond Reynolds, along with her daughter, were driving in the area of Larpenteur Avenue West and Fry Street around 9 p.m. in Falcon Heights when they were pulled over by a Falcon Heights police officer, allegedly for a broken tail light.
- Castile, who was armed at the time, told the officer that he had a permit to carry and did have a weapon on him. As Reynolds states in the video, he was allegedly reaching for his wallet to show the permit when the officer shot him several times.
- Reynolds used Facebook Live to broadcast what happened following the shooting.
- Castile died later that evening at Hennepin County Medical Center.
- People gathered at the scene to protest the shooting. The crowd later marched to the Governor's residence.
Thursday, July 7:
- Diamond Reynolds joins the protest in front of the Governor's Mansion.
- A vigil is held at JJ Montessori Elementary School where Castile worked in the cafeteria.
- Philando Castile's mother and sister speak out, describing their devastation.
- Gov. Mark Dayton says Philando Castile would still be alive if he were white, promises justice will be served.
Friday, July 8:
- The officers involved in the fatal shooting are identified as Officer Jeronimo Yanez and Officer Joseph Kauser. Officer Yanez is identified as the shooter.
- President Obama addresses the killing of Philando Castile and Alton Sterlin in Baton Rouge.
- Philando Castile's family says the police scanner audio released proves he was racially profiled.
Saturday, July 9:
- Protests take place at Loring Park and the Governor's Mansion.
- Protesters shutdown I-94 for nearly five hours, injuring 21 police officers and six State Patrol officers. A total of 102 people were arrested in conjunction with the highway protest and at other locations.
- The lawyer for the St. Anthony police officer insists his client was reacting to Castile's gun, not his race -- says the officer believed Castile was a robbery suspect.
Monday, July 11:
- Philando Castile's family hires TV judge Glenda Hatchett.
Tuesday, July 12:
- The family confirms plans to file a lawsuit in Castile's death.
Thursday, July 14:
Friday, July 29:
- The Ramsey Co. attorney hires special prosecutor, Don Lewis, to help with the case.
Monday, Aug. 1:
- Three community groups file a petition calling for a "true, independent prosecutor" to handle the case.
Wednesday, Aug. 17:
- Officer Jeronimo Yanez returns to work in an administrative role.
Wednesday, Aug. 24:
- After public outcry, St. Anthony puts Officer Yanez back on administrative leave.
Thursday, Sept. 1:
- American Civil Liberties Union announces lawsuit asking for the release of squad car video that documents the Castile's fatal shooting.
Wednesday, Sept. 28:
- BCA completes its investigation into Castile's death, Ramsey Co. Attorney John Choi asks for patience while his office works to complete its review.
Wednesday, Nov. 16:
- Choi announces second-degree manslaughter charges against Officer Jeronimo Yanez in the death of Philando Castile. Choi says the use of deadly force was not justified in this case. Choi also files charges of dangerous discharge against the officer for endangering Reynolds and her 4-year-old daughter.
- Yanez is said to be turning himself into authorities -- his first court appearance will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday.