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When Philando Castile’s girlfriend and his fiancée, Alisha Lee, got married, the couple was still reeling from the death of their father, a police officer in the St. Paul, Minnesota, area.

Alisha, who was also a teacher, was the one who started the petition to get Philando’s name on a police uniform in his hometown.

The petition was a response to the fatal shooting of Castile by police, who argued Castile had pulled out a gun and fired in self-defense.

But when Alisha and Philando Lee got married last month, the petition was one of the first things they posted on social media.

But the petition wasn’t the only thing they shared online.

The couple’s social media accounts were flooded with videos of themselves and other couples having sex, often with people who were recording their antics.

Some of those videos have gone viral, with more than 1 million views and counting.

The couples videos are usually posted with the hashtag #LiveLivesMatter, with the most popular video being one that features Philando.

Philando was an African-American man who was killed by a police force that has used excessive force against Black people in the United States.

But he wasn’t alone.

Several videos on show couples doing the same things, while others include women in revealing lingerie and men in thongs.

The videos also show couples kissing and cuddling.

Many of the videos feature the men posing in front of the camera, but there are also videos of women kissing on camera.

“We’re doing this on our own time,” Philando told The Associated Press.

“It’s been pretty exciting to see the reactions, I guess.”

The videos were posted on March 4 and on March 9, with some of the more popular videos showing couples having intercourse.

The pair said that they were filming the videos because they wanted to make sure their video would be viewed by the wider public.

“This is not a police state, it’s a family.

We’re doing our part to make our community safer,” PhilandadCastile said in one video.

Alissa Lee told The AP that she was also working on a petition to give Philando the name of her hometown officer.

“I have my hands full.

It’s not a video game.

It really is hard,” she said.

“There’s just so much pressure.

I feel like we have to be able to make it to the point where we can say, ‘You know what, I’m a citizen of this community.

We are equal citizens.'”

The petition started as a response in 2016 to a fatal police shooting in Dallas, Texas, where police killed 18-year-old Alton Sterling, a Black man.

The video was uploaded on May 1, 2016, a day after the video of the police shooting was released.

Alton was fatally shot by a white officer who claimed that Sterling had a gun, prompting protests in cities across the U.S. and the country.

The police shooting led to protests and protests across the country, leading to a national debate about race relations.

The White House issued a statement calling on the federal government to provide more support to police departments and law enforcement, including through training and grants.

But it said that there was no evidence to show that policing in general had led to greater racial equality.