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74 Seconds

By Minnesota Public Radio

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74 Seconds tells the story of a July 2016 traffic stop that ended with the world watching a man die, live on their phones. This is the story of that man, Philando Castile, and the officer who is about to go on trial for his death, Jeronimo Yanez. Through comprehensive reporting, MPR News examines this intersection of race, policing, justice and safety in America. A lot can happen in 74 seconds.

Customer Reviews

This is needed but....

There are some really dumb questions and comments in this podcast. Like, "why did he carry a gun?" Yea, it's called the second amendment. Do you ask everyone that? It was his right. Also, if his family "isn't talking," maybe that says something. Maybe they don't trust the media, for good reason, even if it is MPR. You make it sound like they have something to hide, which they don't. They're smart and they're trying to protect the case they have in court against their loved one's murderer. That makes them smart, not shady. Respect that. And btw, Falcon Heights is a St. Paul suburb, not Minneapolis.
This is a man who was murdered and should be honored, here and everywhere. If you're reporting for likes and clicks, you're perpetuating hate. Do better. We ALL know that he was killed without any justification. Perhaps a better story would be about why we as a society continually allow it to happen. Why we allow people of color to be murdered and cops get off because "they feared for their lives." Change the narrative MPR. Otherwise, you're just as much a part of the problem. (I'll be back, if I can even handle listening to the rest of this series, if I need to take my words back. I sure hope you make me regret this rating. I'll eat my words.)


Wonderfully done! I can hardly wait for the next update. Thank you for doing this.

Great podcast

Looking forward to more

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