Minnesota – Woman Calls 911 To Report Disturbance, Shot and Killed By Responding Police…

A strange and sketchy story out of Minnesota as a 40-year-old Australian woman named Justine Damond called police for a disturbance behind her home.  She met the police around 11:30pm in her pajamas.  While talking to the two responding officers one of them, Mohamed Noor, a 31-year-old officer from Somalia, shot and killed her.  Details sketchy.

(New York Post) […] Three sources with knowledge of the incident said that when they arrived, the officers pulled around back and were immediately confronted by Damond, who was in her pajamas.

As she attempted to speak to the cop in the driver’s seat, the other officer apparently unholstered his gun and started blasting — striking her through the driver’s-side door, the sources said.

No weapons were found at the scene or on Damond, and neighbors claim the area is well-lit at night, thanks to an array of telephone poles and motion-activated garage lights.

Local police have released very few details about the shooting — only revealing that the cops’ body cameras were not switched on at the time of the incident. The dashcam in their squad car did not capture the events, either.  (read more)

♦ Original StarTribune article is HERE

♦ Update to include the identification of the Shooting Officer is HERE.

FTA: Noor, 31, joined the department in March 2015 as the first Somali police officer to patrol the 5th Precinct in southwest Minneapolis, according to a city newsletter. He holds a degree in Economics and Business Administration from Augsburg College. Before joining the department, he worked in property management in commercial and residential properties in Minneapolis and St. Louis, Mo. (read more)

 

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638 Responses to Minnesota – Woman Calls 911 To Report Disturbance, Shot and Killed By Responding Police…

  1. Rich Gorman says:

    Is it possible , perhaps likely, that this female committed the horrible crime of FTWB ( failure to wear burka).?
    Note. The officers name was not Kelly or Smith.

    Liked by 8 people

    • JohnP says:

      If he can get an all muslim jury, he could skate on a “So offended by the sight of a woman in pajamas” defense.

      Liked by 4 people

    • PDQ says:

      sorry to say that is exactly what I thought…this is beyond absurd if found to be the case…allowing this mentality in our AMERICAN POLICE FORCES…are we that STUPID!!!!

      we say Sweden is suicidal? that would be the pot calling the kettle black, 100%.

      Liked by 7 people

    • hanna693 says:

      If there were no guns on the scene except for the cops, then he murdered her. She probably acted aggressive because she was scared & excited and this muslim could not handle it. Remember, he’s the FIRST cop from Somalia in this area. What were they thinking? He feels proud that he bagged a blonde, infidel female.

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    • ensitue says:

      Diversity IS Our Strength!

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  2. FelineFine says:

    If indeed she was shot MULTIPLE times, his partner is one lucky son of a gun.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Athena the Warrior says:

    Looks deliberate to me. Mark Dayton has blood on his hands but he doesn’t care. Wonder if any transactions have found its way into an offshore account for him?

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    Story is on Breitbart, but not Drudge or MSN.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Some Old Guy says:

    As is currently stands, it’s hard to fathom a reasonable defense for the shooting but I think it best to wait for additional information before making a judgement.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Chip Bennett says:

    This will be an interesting incident to observe, compare, and contrast facts, assumptions, reactions, and outcomes to the Philando Castile incident.

    Liked by 4 people

    • The patrol car dashcam in the Castile case showed that the shooting officer was on the driver’s side door firing into driver Castile, with Castile’s girlfriend in the passenger seat, and the backup officer at the front passenger door, in the direct line of fire from he shooting officer. Plus the backup officer immediately jumped to his left behind the car to get out of the line of his partner’s fire.

      So you and FelineFine have a good point about this Minnesota officer-involved shooting indicating some real problems with law enforcement officers in that state.

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    • oldiadguy says:

      I was thinking the same thing. Nice to see you again Chip.

      Take Care

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    • oldiadguy says:

      Part of the problem is that Officer Yanez in the Castile case never saw the pistol. He couldn’t as it was in Castile’s right pocket as stated in trial testimony and not on his lap as assumed here at CTH. Yanez made an assumption and shot and killed Castile.

      If you watch the dash cam video with the eye of an experienced officer, you will notice something very odd about the responding officers’ actions at the scene. The number one action any officer takes on the scene of a police shooting is to locate and secure the suspect’s weapon. In the Castile case the responding officers never looked for the weapon that Castile was supposedly going for when he shot him.

      Even when Castile was dragged from the car, none of the officers did a quick pat down for weapons. Castile was lying on his back with his right side to the dash cam and it was obvious that none of the officers by his body noticed the pistol, that according to the testimony of one officer was almost falling out of his pocket. It wasn’t until they put Castile on a backboard and they heard a “thunk” that the officers conducted a search and found the pistol in his right pocket.

      My read from the dash cam video is that the responding officers assumed that Yanez had shot an unarmed man and that is the reason they deviated from normal procedures in not locating the weapon and securing it.

      Take Care

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  7. Summer says:

    Minnesota. The land of Permafrost, Al Franken and Somalian cops. Stay away.

    Liked by 14 people

  8. Pam says:

    This one smells a bit fishy to me but I do agree with those who say we need some more info first.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Something is off here, I agree.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Pam, I have another take on this shooting. Location of
      the shooting in the article is near the Mayo Clinic MN;

      “Two Minneapolis police officers responded to a 911 call of a possible assault just north of the 5100 block of Washburn Avenue S. just before 11:30 p.m. Saturday,” the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said in a news release. “At one point, an officer fired their weapon, fatally striking a woman.” If I googled correctly they are near one another.

      Would not surprise me if this Australian woman was targeted for her organs.
      Organ harvesting is a huge business and we are learning that they are not
      just waiting for organs they are targeting ANYONE. Watch this Infowars today with
      Elizabeth Becks revelation on the Mayo Clinic.

      https://www.infowars.com/videos/

      Also, more and more stories are appearing like this one about a model
      named Ryan Singleton:

      Georgia Model Vanishes, Body Found With Organs Missing/

      “It was in the dead heat of Summer, July 2013. Ryan Singleton, a model from Atlanta, flew to Los Angeles for a weekend trip, but never made it home.

      Ryan rented a car to drive from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. Nearly an two and a half hours into the five-hour drive, the car broke down in Death Valley.

      California Highway Patrol spotted him walking along the highway, picked him up and drove him to the nearest gas station in Baker, California. While waiting for his friend from Los Angeles to pick him up, he vanished.

      His body was found 74 days later, nearly two miles away from the gas station, without his organs.”

      http://www.11alive.com/news/local/local-model-vanishes-body-found-near-death-valley-with-missing-organs/442199392

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      • David says:

        You can’t harvest organs with bullet holes in them.

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        • Marygrace Powers says:

          Shooting Victim’s Organ Donation Aids 50/

          Nathan Phelps, Green Bay Press-Gazette Published 10:51 p.m. ET May 3, 2015 | Updated 10:51 p.m. ET May 3, 2015

          GILLETT, Wis. — The letter arrived a little more than 15 months after Josh Richards died following a shooting at an Appleton nightclub.

          The email from American Tissue Services Foundation told his parents, Jackie and Mike Pische of Gillett, the donation of Richards’ tissue helped more than 50 people in nine states and Switzerland.

          To date, Richards’ organs helped seven people; his corneas gave sight back to two in Wisconsin; and more than 239 received tissue grafts.

          While vital organs often take center stage in stories about donation awareness, eyes and tissue are a critical gifts to helping improve — and in some cases, save — the lives of others.

          https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/05/03/shooting-victims-organ-donation-aids-50/26852473/

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          • David says:

            “To date, Richards’ organs helped seven people; his corneas gave sight back to two in Wisconsin… While vital organs often take center stage in stories about donation awareness ”

            Richards wasn’t shot in the eyes. Note that dying from bullet wounds means you were shot in vital organs. I doubt if Mohamed Noor checked to see if Justine had an organ donor card before he shot her or that he was going to sell her corneas.

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        • Marygrace Powers says:

          Organ Harvesting at the Mayo Clinic?
          Jason Goodman
          Crowdsource The Truth

          Starts: July 17, 2017

          As the so called “Clinton Body Count” steadily grows, we can’t help but ask are the mysterious deaths of Beranton Whisenant, Peter Smith and Klaus Eberwein somehow linked?

          https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8Cl9QaRtuW9CNjP7pP4BBQ/feed

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      • rf121 says:

        You read Infowars much?

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  9. Scotty19541 says:

    And people wonder why President Trump is against ‘political correctness’? The demonrats of Minneapolis held a huge welcoming party for this scumbag attended by 100’s of muzzies in headbags. This person obvioulsy had NO BUSINESS being a police officer and now the libs will use this to further defame the hard working, life risking true heroes in blue!

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  10. Blacksmith8 says:

    What I want to hear is that the perp (shooter) was arrested by his partner AT THE SCENE!

    Liked by 4 people

  11. mailmannz says:

    This is why bidy cams need to be on for tge entirety of a patrol or a call out (considering akso storafe costs nothing these days!!).

    Liked by 1 person

  12. George True says:

    This will be whitewashed, just you wait and see. The shooter has already lawyered up. His partner is following the code of Omerta. And the police chief is a lesbian and probable leftist who is almost assuredly not qualified to be chief of police of even a small town police department.

    I can just hear it now. “She was very agitated, and was holding something in her hand that looked like a small automatic. Then when she appeared to point it at my partner, I feared for his life and mine, and I reacted. It all happened so fast.”

    He will skate. And I doubt that he will even lose his job. He will get a long taxpayer funded vacation with full pay and benefits. The police department will defend him, because for them to acknowledge guilt on his part would open them up to a slam dunk judgement in the tens of millions of dollars to the murder victims’ family. Instead, when her family sues for wrongful death, the department will eventually settle out of court for a fraction of the amount they would be looking at if they admitted guilt. And her family will.be bound by the settlement agreement not to disclose the amount. And it will be taxpayer funds that will.be used to pay the settlement.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      I won’t “like” this comment, but it’s a good bet on how it goes down. Sad, but true.

      Liked by 4 people

      • WSB says:

        If the victim was on the phone with the dispatcher at the time of the arrival, the dispatcher will have it on tape.

        Liked by 4 people

        • dilonsfo says:

          I have a feeling she was holding the cell phone as she approached the window. The officer sitting in the passenger seat thought it was a gun and fired thinking she was about to shoot his partner. At least, that is what this is looking like. Partner must have had his gun already out because it is very difficult to draw you gun when seated. That is why officers are told to get out of the car when people are approaching.

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          • CountryclassVulgarian says:

            A properly trained officer would have known how dangerous it is to discharge his weapon so close to his partner’s head. This was reckless and uncalled for. Sadly nothing will come of it because his victim is white.

            Liked by 2 people

            • LafnH2O says:

              Some two years on the job and he’s spooked by a woman In Her pajamas!!
              Come on!
              She called them; they didn’t roll up on her.
              He saw what he wanted to see and he did what he did to stop it.

              Rage!!!
              Uncontrollable RAGE!
              Perhaps she was out of bounds a little. So what!
              This ain’t somalia… wait, umm
              There
              A crime of passion!

              Liked by 1 person

          • WSB says:

            Then something does not fit.

            Liked by 1 person

    • sudsy49 says:

      Sadly, you are probably right on all counts.

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    • I believe that you are going to end proven much more correct than not. Disgusting.

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    • This officer already has two cases against him, one of which is by a woman who claimed he used excessive force.

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    • gymcy81 says:

      The person(s) that she was initially talking to before she went towards the officer vehicle may have some information.
      [whether that can get cleanly out, or not, remains to be seen].

      Otherwise, it is the officers story vs. the dead person’s unspoken story – for 3 years of settling….

      Sad.

      Do not take a knife (or cell phone, or…..) towards a person that has a handy firearm…. (and doubly especially not at night)…

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  13. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    It may just be me but I can’t help thinking that the fact the he is a practitioner of the religion of hate and rape and that she was wearing pajamas is at the root of this.

    I’m holding my breath while I wait for white people to take the streets….

    Liked by 8 people

  14. citizen817 says:

    “While talking to the two responding officers”… she gets shot and killed?
    Have to wait for more facts before passing judgment. Sure doesn’t sound right.

    Liked by 6 people

  15. jat says:

    Too busy trying to make nicey nicey with the enemy that they are oblivious to their ultimate plan: infiltration in all levels of government. God help us.

    Liked by 8 people

    • George True says:

      Look at the so-called ‘officer’ on the far left. Another ethnic minority affirmative-action hire. About five foot nothing tall, tats, spindly arms, a fat gut and no doubt a fat a** to match. Possibly dozens of six foot tall, fit and athletic men were passed over so this exceedingly poor specimen could be hired instead. One who could never on her best day carry or drag an injured partner out of the line of fire.

      Not to mention all of the other members of the Religion of Peace in that photo.

      Liked by 13 people

    • WSB says:

      You just nailed it. We have two on our city council now. Our only grocery store and all of the gas stations are owned by same. And I have just heard worse that I cannot print.

      Until we ban Islam, this will be our fate.

      Liked by 7 people

      • have you ever ‘googled’ ‘mosque near me’? they are EVERYWHERE….in and around EVERY BIG CITY and on ALL MAJOR INTERSTATES….

        you are spot on, WSB.

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        • WSB says:

          We have a teaching center on Main, that caused a horrible delay in one restaurant not receiving a liquor license, and I just saw a large mosque not more than 10 mile away on a rather large route I had not been on in a long time.

          I have just realized that my town is being targeted.

          Liked by 1 person

        • whuptdue says:

          use the search term “masjid finder” to locate the nearest Islamic related entities as many of these mosques are identified as Islamic centers of varying titles. These sites also include listings of approved businesses like halal grocers and Muslim owned businesses.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Move if you can WSB. Strategic relocation.

        Liked by 1 person

        • WSB says:

          Do we move or fight?

          Would I be any different than a refugee who does not try to change their own country.

          I am really torn, because this is a blue collar town that now has condo prices at $1.5M and is becoming the newest great destination. Yet we now have a hijrah occurring at an amazing speed. Really torn and upset by it all, because I can see it happening real time.

          Liked by 1 person

          • sunnydaze says:

            Yikes. Stay and fight.

            Don’t leave unless/until it’s clear you’ve lost the battle.

            If you have to leave eventually, at least you’ll be armed with a lot of knowledge that the people in your new community will value.

            And if you win the battle, well then……! You’ll have won the battle *and* be armed with the knowledge if you ever move for other reasons in the future.

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            • WSB says:

              I am going to try, Sunny. I have lived in this area for 13 years, and in the last four, we have had this occur. At some point, all of us will be facing the same unless we ban Islam. The birth rates do not lie.

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        • LafnH2O says:

          There is a book, a very good book, by that very name.
          “Strategic Relocation”
          by Joel Skousen

          I don’t often recommend books…
          But, when I do
          I recommend…
          “Strategic Relocation”
          Stay “Frosty my friends”

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    • FrenchNail says:

      How can we expect such an animal who thinks so little of the women in his life that they have to be tented in order to be allowed in his presence, to defend our Christian values of liberties and freedom for all? She was a woman and not properly dressed in his presence which troubled him and he lost the appropriate restrain needed to be a cop.I’d bet he got his diplomas by being favored and helped by the local progressive academia. Somalians have some of the lowest IQ in average in the world population, 10’s behind Whites. The fact that no cameras was recording is really a red flag. Cops properly doing their jobs want body cameras to record they were not at fault.

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    • chbailey says:

      It is recorded that this lady was a Good Samaritan calling on behalf of someone else. It is so egregious.
      If I ever have to call 911, thinks I to myself while reading this report, will a “Mohammed” show up? Says I to myself, maybe I would not tend to put the call on pause indefinitely, but I likely would be loath to invite them to my door or go down to meet them. This is reflecting very badly already on the issue of trust.
      And I am a person who loves our police, has given donations to our police when able, who salutes and blows kisses to our police and stands by the side of our police in every state.

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  16. Patriot1783 says:

    It was relatively early, how could the neighbor Johnson who lived across the street not hear any shots that took place in an alley…not even an echo ??
    Weird.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Southern Son says:

      On Police Scanner audio posted here, an Officer says they heard the shots at the Station, and thought it was Fireworks.
      I’m not LE, but I can tell the difference.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Patriot1783 says:

        One of my children went to a college within a major NE city. On occasion loud noises could be heard on the outskirts of campus and he and buddies would play the game “gun shots or fireworks??”
        Warm weather it would be 50-50 guess for the win; Wintertime usually gunshots 🙄

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    • kpm58 says:

      The shot was made from inside of the officers car.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        I read there were 3 shots and since the partner was speaking to the murder victim his window must have been open.
        Add the shots took place in an alley (echo) to the situation…someone had to have heard it.

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    • mimbler says:

      I had a boss who accidentally fired a 45 in his basement (two people cleaning guns, and one had reloaded after cleaning without the first guy noticing), and his wife who was home at the time on the first floor never heard it.
      Some people really tune things out,
      Mike

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Someone holding a loaded 45 in his hand and not realizing the gun is loaded need to see an neurologist yesterday.

        Liked by 3 people

        • mimbler says:

          Good point. 8 to 10 rounds with 230 grain bullets would be noticeable easily due to the weight difference.

          But, I’ve done things that with hindsight were pretty darn dumb. Thankfully, not with a gun though!

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  17. Killdozer says:

    The fact she was an American women was a threat to this child muslim ,he thinks that his brut force over powers feminine virtue, but this can never be ,In America in Trumps America our greatness and stability depend on how well we treat our women ,this isn’t arcane knowledge countries that are male dominated are overly violent. muslim countries come to mind, In Trumps America we place feminine virtues above brute force, then that is relegated to the bottom ,(old people and children) muslim men cant seem to ascertain these facts ,

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  18. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Another Clinton era mistake.
    Now we let skinnies carry guns & badges?
    “Blackhawk Down”

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I will never, ever forget the initial footage of that killed MOS being dragged through the streets by that feral crowd being literally ripped to shreds. Remember how quickly they pulled that footage?

      The whole story finally came out in the follow up book to BHD by the surviving captive – he’s been knocked unconscious by the limb of his dead fellow soldier – it had been used as a bat. He didn’t report it initially because he didn’t want to hurt the family but couldn’t live with the secret any longer.

      I’d highly recommend the book “In The Company of Heroes” by Michael Durant if you don’t know about this event or if you enjoyed reading BHD.

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  19. maggiemoowho says:

    I’m waiting for more info, There are way to many officers being ambushed and killed by people who call in distubances or disputes. Police have shot and killed innocent people because a cell phone was mistaken as a gun. This shooting could be a tragic mistake or a murder. Hopefully more info will come out soon. That said, I’m trying to find out if Mohamed Noor has a brother or relative named Mohamud Noor who ran for office in Minneapolis ward 6. Mohamud Noor is a big supporter of Black Lives Matter and community activist.

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Is it possible that maybe the disturbance was something that the officer or officers knew about and didn’t wanted outed. Turn off the cameras before pulling in because they already knew what was going on.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Rockntractor says:

        They could also have erased the images from their camera, if so the data is still recoverable but I’m sure the Minneapolis PD wouldn’t want that to come out, they may be the ones that erased it.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      “Mohamud Noor, unrelated to officer Noor said the community is “double” shocked. Because there is another officer involved shooting and on top of that, the officer who has been called into question is a member of the Somali community.”
      http://www.startribune.com/what-we-know-about-mohamed-noor-minneapolis-police-officer-who-fatally-shot-justine-damond/435018163/

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    • mimbler says:

      Not directed at your comment maggiemoowho, but a pet peeve of mine is the “profiling is bad” drivel that liberals put out.

      I know we aren’t supposed to profile, but I don’t think that many officers are ambushed and killed by middle class white women.

      Profiling is just using your mind to assess risk.

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      • Like you said, your pet peeve is the drivel of “profiling is bad” that fake liberals put out.

        Then you say ” I know we aren’t supposed to profile,…” That’s crap. Crap that fake liberals and globalist scum put out. Self defense is common sense and profiling is what keeps tons of Israelis ALIVE.

        We MUST profile. Screw anyone who says we shouldn’t, and damn them who say we can’t. I’ll do what I please, there is no one else to protect me at the moment of life or death but me.

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        • mimbler says:

          Yes, I left off my /sarc/ tag. I profile as does every intelligent human.

          Although people have tripped on a crack and hit their head and died; they are far more likely to die falling off the edge of a cliff. Therefore I’m more careful standing near the edge of a cliff than I am near a crack in the sidewalk.

          I apply the same logic to people threats.

          Really, I don’t think these crackpots have the brains to know what profiling is,
          Mike

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      • maggiemoowho says:

        I’m 100% for profiling👍

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I agree mimbler – it’s called critical thinking.

        TBF, I would be suspicious of most people walking up to me at night if I was a cop on patrol.

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    • chbailey says:

      Problem is, team work. If you have seen professional cops drive up to a scene, two cops in one car, sometimes followed by two cops in another car, the team work is spectacular, like a choreographed movie…every officer knows which position to take and what to look for. But I live in Seattle and the police here, from ordinary incidents to serious shoot outs, they do not disappoint. In comparison, this incident here is really lacking, imho.

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      • rf121 says:

        You mean like when those two cops in Cleveland (I believe) drove into a park where a young boy was reported with a gun. They drove in too close, the passenger side cop jumps out, right near the kid and his brilliant training had him gun him down. I think the number of professional cops maybe declining.

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    • neal s says:

      In a court, if one side was supposed to preserve evidence but failed to do so, it winds up being treated in the worst possible light to the side that mishandled that evidence. We need something similar for officer bodycams. Any time an officers bodycam is NOT turned on during some incident where that officer might be guilty, then we should presume them to have deliberately turned off their body cam to hide their acts. If any officer does not like this, they are free to seek some other employment.

      Police officers have the power of using deadly force over much of the people they meet. They must be held to a higher standard. If they are incapable or unwilling to be held to higher standards, then they have no business being police officers.

      I don’t see any way that a ‘good muslim’ should ever be a police officer in the USA. Sharia law is incompatible with the US Constitution and Bill of rights. It would be like hiring a pedophile to babysit children without any supervision. Or putting a fox in charge of protecting the henhouse.

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  20. tazz2293 says:

    This is pure and simple Payback.

    I don’t need to wait for any further evidence. Even if the woman flipped and attacked a man should be able to defend himself against a woman. Especially a trained police officer. The only thing that will convince me this skinny is innocent of anything other than killing a white woman is if the facts bear out that the woman had a weapon and attacked first.

    I won’t trust the skinny’s partner’s statement alone.

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    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      I totally agree.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Why would she attack the police when she called the police about a possible crime being committed that didn’t directly involve her? From what I’ve read she sounded like a stable minded person and was a vet in Australia. The fact she was already talking to the cop driving when the Somali cop shot her, and multiple times, makes no sense. Why did the Somali cop have a gun in his hand pointing at her to begin with? I see this as no accident.

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  21. LafnH2O says:

    If, o, had a son.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. NoeliCannoli says:

    Officer Noor has a background in “Property Management” before being recruited for the Minneapolis PD as their token Somalian. What screening procedures did he undergo, and what was the quality and duration of training? This sounds more sinister than tragic.

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  23. PDQ says:

    IF this has something to do with his political ideology – those espousing this political ideology should NOT Be allowed any where near law enforcement or military duty in this country.

    PDJT needs to nip this NOW…yes, a federal law. This is one door that should have NEVER been opened.

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  24. maggiemoowho says:

    Justine Damond had some beautiful artwork posted on Justinedamond.com.

    This man makes “TheButterfly Effect, The Book of Life” just beautiful.
    https://motleynews.net/2012/02/10/the-butterly-effect-the-book-of-life-by-david-kracov/

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    • xyzlatin says:

      Justine was a yoga instructor, always helping people etc etc, not the sort to be hysterical running at the cops. She phoned the cops from her residence because she thought someone was being attacked in the alley. The stepson said she was standing by the car talking to the cops when one just up and shot her. It is all over the Australian TV and news.

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  25. citizen817 says:

    Totally senseless tragedy!

    She was talking to the driver when the officer in the passenger seat pulled out his gun and shot across his fellow officer.

    Ms Damond, who also went by the name Justine Ruszczyk, was engaged and set to be married next month

    http://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/australian-woman-shot-dead-by-police-in-minneapolis/news-story/c70e5bd988eb4a995125da452e25d46c

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  26. mikeyboo says:

    Starting from what has been reported: the deceased called 911 because she heard a sound behind her home and thought there may have been an assault. She (foolishly) left her home and walked down the alley where she encountered the police car.
    Domestic violence calls are some of the most dangerous situations that face officers. They did not yet know what had transpired or who she really was.
    Suppose the officer near the door said “Ma’am please keep your hands where I can see them” and she-instead of heeding the officer-went into the pocket of her pajamas or robe. The Somali officer fearing she may have been going for a weapon opens fire.
    We don’t know enough yet to judge either the victim’s words/actions or those of the officers.
    As a retired female law enforcement professional I would hope people will reserve judgement until we know more of the facts. There may enough blame to go around without immediately lynching the officers.

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    • artichoke says:

      I don’t want to lynch officers. At the same time, Somalis who came here because of our kindness, who absorbed a lot of benefits in Minneapolis, should not be working outside their community. They are not culturally assimilated, and we can’t waste our people for them to practice on.

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    • indiana08 says:

      While I normally reserve judgement as my father is a retired law enforcement officer, this officer was a Somali and more than liked a muslim. He had no business enforcing the law in this country. Given how the Somali population in Europe and America have little regard for white European westerners especially women, I won’t be surprised if he shot this woman unprovoked.

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    • John Matrix says:

      Are you serious???!!!…enough blame to go around???
      This dipstick pretend cop-not an officer- should have never been allowed to wear a badge or strap on a gun.
      I think you just illustrated why many of us have real doubts as to the outcome of any whitewash er, official investigation by the rotten department that hired this fool.

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    • I also am retired police officer and I am glad you are retired.We have enough snowflakes in law enforcement.

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    • Menagerie says:

      Your comment makes way too much sense for most people posting here to appreciate. Haven’t read the replies yet, but based on 90% of this thread, I’m betting you get some real idiotic ones.

      Thanks for your comment, I was beginning to believe I’d not find a single logical one.

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    • dalethorn says:

      There are a lot of good comments here, some about not rushing to judgement, and some urging a closer look into the background of these people. In other words, before the MSM hides the very details we need to see. BTW, that photo with the cop with the burka women – scary. People have hidden bombs under those things.

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    • rf121 says:

      Bull! Cops need to keep the guns holstered and quit resorting to shoot first and ask questions later. Preserve and protect. Remember that! My standard is, how would an unarmed police office handle the situation. Maybe we need to bring over British police officers to do some training classes.

      Officers signed up and with that comes risk. Manage the risk. Too many of these situations the past few years. Either the training is bad, the quality of officers is bad, or the procedures are bad.

      If the police are called to a location by a concerned individual regarding potential criminal activity and that individual ends up dead then I would say the police are at fault. Cops ain’t perfect and as a professional I am sure you saw your share of unprofessional cops. In this case a young lady is dead.

      Calling 911 is now a potential hazard to the caller. Maybe I should just deal with things myself and take my chances. Might be safer.

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    • “She (foolishly) left her home and walked down the alley where she encountered the police car.”

      I wouldn’t call someone naive, foolish, she was from Australia. How the police in Minnesota handle those who don’t understand English? That’s no question in my mind that if she was a Somalian woman wrapped in a burka, she would still be alive.

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    • Mari says:

      I too am a retired law enforcement woman. You obviously have not read any of the media reports.
      It was not a domestic call at all. She called to report a possible assault in the alley behind her house. How can you possibly infer that it was a domestic disputed call?

      She was not approaching the car from behind when she was shot. She was not shot because she suddenly ran out towards the car.
      She was standing at the drivers door speaking with the driver when the Muslim drew his gun and murdered her. The driver is lucky he didn’t get shot as well.

      By the way, where did you read that it was a domestic violence call?

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    • Mari says:

      In my experience as a police officer, almost everyone who calls the police comes out to meet them as soon as they see or hear the car.

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  27. artichoke says:

    Somali cops should work only in the Somali area. We were nice and let them live in Minneapolis, and they do this? They have to be contained.

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  28. JAS says:

    The partner on the driver’s side will have permanent hearing damage.

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  29. NoeliCannoli says:

    I wonder how many police officers in the country have been shot by attractive, middle-class, middle-aged blonde women in pajamas? This is another reason that we should teach PROFILING to help LEO assess risk..

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    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      It seems they are no longer taught to access risk or de-escalate tense situations. Just shoot and ask questions later. Then claim you feared for your life.

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  30. todayistheday99 says:

    Somewhat tangential, but here is MN Senator Amy Klobuchar during the Wray hearings virtue signaling their Somalis:
    The relevant starting point is 10:38 if the cue doesn’t work

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  31. GSR says:

    The real issue is immigration…..immigration of ill-suited peoples, such as Mohammedans.

    And the GOP is just as guilty as Dems for allowing never-ending mass immigration.

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  32. This is not politically correct, but we cannot allow foreigners to become police officers. Anyone who is honest could see this coming from a mile away. There will be more such cases until we face the fact that we are facing an Islamic invasion (hijra) and asymmetrical warfare, and respond accordingly.

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    • Daniel says:

      I say we cannot allow non-citizens to become police. I’m going to take a wild guess that he’s not a citizen.

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      • amwick says:

        Citizenship is a requirement. But there seems to always be exceptions for certain situations… sighs

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      • neal s says:

        Just being a citizen isn’t enough. Any muslim who would prefer sharia law, has no business being in any local, state or government office of any type. Not police officer. Not even dog catcher. Sharia law is incompatible with the US Constitution and Bill of rights. These people are invaders or the fifth column. Any muslim who does NOT prefer sharia law, is not a ‘good’ muslim. Islam calls for everyone to either be converted or killed. Ultimately there is NO coexistence with Islam.

        It is important for us to learn about Taqiyya, Tawriya, Kitman and Muruna.

        Too many US citizens do not realize how much of a threat Islam is. More information is available from https://www.thereligionofpeace.com/ . I also suggest “What Every American Needs to Know about the Qur’an” by William J. Federer

        I found an online copy … perhaps it will encourage people to buy the book.
        http://www.gailallen.com/his/WhatEveryAmericanNeedsToKnowAboutTheQuran.pdf

        There are plenty of Muslim majority countries for people who prefer Sharia law to go to. They have no business being in this country when they wish to take it over one way or another.

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  33. mopar2016 says:

    Minnesota is about as goofy as it gets. It’s not about the rule of law or finding the most qualified people to be cops. It’s just a great big social experiment.
    http://mvslim.com/minnesotas-first-hijab-wearing-police-woman-how-cool-is-she/

    Affirmative action needs to go.

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  34. hugofitch1 says:

    “Mohamed Noor, a 31-year-old officer from Somalia….”

    What could possibly go wrong?

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  35. MOA says:

    Yep, Somali immigration is a bizarre concept.
    It’s the same sort of logic as importing giraffes to live in the Alaskan bush.
    International socialism has somehow captured the US political process and their commandments somehow triumph over the will of the US people. The swamp gave us immigrants who hate us.
    A US plebiscite on 3rd world muslim immigration would stop it in a heartbeat.
    PTrump is the only hope now.

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  36. FL_GUY says:

    Now we will get to see if MN justice is color blind or not. If not, the FEDs should go after them for racism and civil rights violations.

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  37. winky says:

    Apparently this Somali “officer” has 2 open complaints against him…..arrest these leaders I’m Minnesota…they are nuts.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4703892/Police-officer-shot-Justine-Damond-identified.html

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  38. jbrickley says:

    Sadly, most city police are not as well trained nor educated as you would think. State Police is quite a bit different, it requires college and has more extensive training. Seems local police will hire almost anyone give them a badge and gun and a few months with a training officer. Most local police never fire their weapons and they don’t train regularly with them either. An amateur gun owner who goes to the range a couple times a week would be much better trained. Most city officers only go to the range to practice before they have a qualification test. This officer has only been on the job since 2015 so not a lot of experience yet.

    Too bad they didn’t have the body cams or dash cam turned on. You would think it was mandatory to engage them on every single call. I feel bad for the woman, but I can visualize this hysterical woman in PJ’s running toward the car with a big cell phone in her hand that could look like a gun in the darkness of night. You report a disturbance in your backyard, stay in your house. Wait for the police to come to you. Unless she was talking to dispatch and was told to go speak with the officers…

    Not enough detail to judge anything…

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    • MOA says:

      The rule for being shot dead by police now is moving your hand towards your pocket or carrying a cell phone. Police can now shoot anyone dead any time they choose….she moved her hand towards her pocket….ok, son a justifiable killing.
      A “reasonable evidence of a weapon” law has got to happen for police. If you aren’t up to that operationally become a fireman.

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      • dalethorn says:

        Still a judgement call. The first rule is if a cop shouts at you to not reach for anything or move your hands, best to open your hands and keep them visible. Rule #2 – if it’s you that calls the police, be extra careful.

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        • MOA says:

          No visible weapon, no shoot law must happen. A hand movement is no reason to shoot anyone. Otherwise the US is no better than Manila.
          This police shooter was clearly “aroused”. He shot across the front of the body of the other policeman. The shots must have passed no more than one foot from his torso or head.

          Watch this, this Somali will have a history of marginal behaviour.

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        • rf121 says:

          The result will be no one calling the cops. I carry all the time. If that was me, I would be under arrest in jail. A badge is not a license to kill because you think there is a weapon.

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    • Daniel says:

      We shouldn’t have people who are not assimilated into the tradition of US law and values to become police. As short of a time he has been in the country, it would be IMPOSSIBLE for him to have assimilated enough to become a trusted police officer.

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    • rf121 says:

      Sure there is. Unarmed woman killed by cop.

      If the rules of engagement for the military is you can shoot when fired upon then I am all for that applying to cops. Until cops can either police their own or show restraint with the firearms I am all for strict rules on their use of firearms. Lets start with requiring hand guns with safeties and no rounds chamber. Make them think about it before pulling that weapon and firing.

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    • Mari says:

      She was not hysterically running toward the car with a phone in her hand. She was standing by the drivers door speaking with him.

      Usually, the victims and witnesses if any run hysterically towards the police. The suspects run away from the police car.

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  39. Scotty19541 says:

    The driver of the squad car that pulled up in the alley behind the home Damond shared with her fiance has been identified as Matthew Harrity, a community service officer since 2016. So both ‘officers’ have a combined 3 years experience? SMH Demonrat city, demonrat mayor, demonrat lesbian police chief hires Somalian immigrant to police force … has an open lawsuit on him already and is riding with a 1 year rookie … what could go wrong?

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  40. Scotty19541 says:

    oor, who joined the Minneapolis Police in March 2015, has had three complaints made against him in two years – including a lawsuit.

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  41. Scotty19541 says:

    missed the ‘N’ … should be Noor. Two complaints are from 2017 and one from 2016 is closed and according to Lou Raguse of Kare 11 is marked ‘not to be made public’. Move along folks …. nothing to see here.

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  42. NoeliCannoli says:

    The approved sidearms for MPD officers include: Sig Sauer P320, Glock 17 19 21, Smith and Wesson M&P, Sig Sauer P226 P227, and Beretta 92. The first 3 use a striker platform, and the last 2 use a hammer platform. The only pistol in this group that has a traditional lever safety is the older Beretta 92, I believe. What this means is that, in order to fire the Beretta, a lever has to be moved from “safe” to “fire” and the trigger pulled, in order to fire a round. The other pistols have safety features to prevent a discharge if the gun is dropped, but otherwise act like a revolver: if you pull the trigger, the gun fires. Inexperienced shooters, including police, are likely to slip their index finger into the trigger guard in a tense situation because they have not been trained or practiced sufficiently. The proper protocol is to keep the trigger fingered “indexed” along the side of the pistol until the decision is made to shoot. On all but the Beretta 92 in these permitted sidearms, any tension on the trigger will fire the weapon. Nervousness, adrenaline, an equipment snag or simply bumping the pistol hand against a structure in the car can result in tragedy. In the absolute best case scenario, this is what may have happened.

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    • Scotty19541 says:

      Multiple times? I am not buying accidental if ‘ as has been reported’ the victim was shot multiple times. Bottom line is Noor had no business on the police force!

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      • NoeliCannoli says:

        No disagreement here Not yet confirmed if multiple shots fired though. There is no excuse for an “accidental” discharge in this situation, and it is unheard of to discharge a firearm past the person sitting next to you. Definitely multiple procedural violations and almost certain criminal liability.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          It has been reported in numerous places that there were multiple shots.

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        • rf121 says:

          That is why I carry a Berretta PX4. Safety on with no chambered round. If my gun comes out I have to do two actions prior to shooting. Time enough for me to think about what I am about to do. Too many police forces use glocks and the only safety is an itchy trigger finger.

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      I don’t buy it. This muslim bastard had a chance to kill a white woman to become local hero and he did it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • FrenchNail says:

        Yep, they have to repeat several times a day that whatever their rapist prophet said is gospel, and that pedophile said to hate us and kill us. And now everybody is surprised that this animal choose to kill a white woman just in case she may have been a threat. They hate us, we are nothing to them, just slaves or corpses to be. Any sane Muslim upon coming to a Christian land should question his devotion to Islam and if truly a lover a America and the Freedom and Liberties it stands for, should consider conversion. Islam and Western values are incompatible.

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    • mimbler says:

      The sig requires 11 to 12 pounds of trigger pull to fire the first shot in double action if you don’t have it cocked.

      IMHO that takes a deliberate action, unlike the 4 to 5 pounds required for the glock and other striker fired. They are indeed over represented in accidental discharges.

      But in any case, I can’t see multiple shots being an accidental discharge. Add in missing his partner and killing the woman, until future facts prove me wrong, I’m considering this a deliberate shoot.

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  43. NoeliCannoli says:

    Minneapolis diversifies the police department, and a few months later officer Noor is hired:

    http://www.startribune.com/despite-wave-of-retirements-mpls-police-struggle-to-hire-diverse-force/271772331/

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  44. CK Young says:

    The driver officer did not perceive a threat. No weapons associated with Damon were located. If you’ve ever tried to pull a pistol out while in the car, it is a lot of work. It’s very deliberate and not easy to do. It takes time and effort. noor appears to be right handed. So all the time/distance/perception-reaction time is just too far off given the stated facts. He had to bring the pistol from the far side of the car, across his body. It doesn’t add up. And reportedly there were multiple shots. Something is very wrong here.

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    • Mari says:

      Police holsters are complicated for a reason; to prevent any quick draw McGraw shootings. There is a big heavy flap that covers the upper 1/4 of the holster and 3 or 4 snaps. It takes some effort. If the officers had anticipated problems from her they would have gotten out of the car.

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  45. Shadmoll says:

    When affirmative action, political correctness dictate who is hired this is the result. The politicians and do gooders don’t care who is best suited for the job they just want to feel good. Bet he was paraded around for months and hailed as the face of the all inclusive modern police. Now they’ll be covering this up..when does Australian life’s matter march?

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  46. Terry Petty says:

    Sharia law at work here.

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  47. lisaginnz says:

    FIRE THIS “OFFICER” and press CHARGES for MURDER. ASAP. What a farce in MN…. sheeeh

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  48. Papoose says:

    Re: the Cell Phone Defense
    The officer could not see 3 feet in front of him?

    What’s the big secret as to whom she was speaking? She was interacting with the shooter’s partner. Why is this person’s identity being hidden when obviously involved?

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  49. Gov Jay says:

    The Religion of Pieces… strikes again…

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  50. georgiafl says:

    There are a lot of unanswered questions.

    What kind of complaints were filed against the officer who shot the woman?
    What kind of evaluations did he have during his time on the force?
    If the complaints were due to misogynistic, rough or disrespectful actions and attitude toward women, that would put a whole different perspective on the shooting.

    The woman’s fiance’ runs a casino.
    Were this couple or their business ‘known to police’ for other reasons?
    Was there a reason for the police to be wary about them?

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    • rf121 says:

      Not really. Woman calls cops for help. Gets gunned down instead. Rationalize all you want. Do you feel safe calling 911?

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      • georgiafl says:

        I was just exploring possible explanations, trying to look at it either way.

        The medical examiner ruled it a homicide. The Somali was under investigation already for assault and battery and had several other complaints.
        Pairing him with an untrained, unarmed, non-sworn rookie was not the best police department strategy.

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