Frankly, there are several loose pieces that don’t add up in the murder of this yoga teacher who was a month away from getting married.
Why did the cop get paid leave after the shooting?
Why did the victim report a sexual assault to police before hand?
Why did it take the police so long to respond to sexual assault call? (I know personally, just how fast cops respond to domestic abuse calls… This is a sexual assault!!)
Why was the victim shot in the first place?
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The fatal shooting of an Australian woman by a Minneapolis police officer responding to her 911 call “should not have happened,” police Chief Janee Harteau said Thursday, adding that the officer’s actions “go against who we are in the department.”“The actions in question go against who we are in the department, how we train and the expectations we have for our officers,” Harteau said. “These were the actions and judgment of one individual.”
She added: “This did not have to happen. Justine did not have to die.
After killing Justine Damond (left inset), Chris Miller (main photo) exposed a disturbing secret about Mohamed Noor (right inset). (Photo source: The Australian)
Now that Officer Mohamed Noor is under criminal investigation for shooting unarmed yoga instructor Justine Damond, he has suspiciously refused to answer any of the investigators’ questions. However, much to the Somali cop’s dismay, his neighbor has come forward with a damning secret that Noor hoped would never surface.
In one of the most shocking and bizarre news stories of the year, “fully-trained” Minneapolis Police Officer Mohamed Noor was given paid leave after shooting and killing Justine Damond (Ruszczyk). Damond had just called the police to report a possible sexual assault behind her home when Noor, who was in the passenger seat of the squad car, shot his service pistol through the window of his partner and driver Officer Matthew Harrity, killing the pajama-clad Damond within minutes.