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The Masked Tulip

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The cop with only two years experience who shot pyjama-wearing Australian woman, 40, dead through the DOOR of his squad car while his bodycam was off after she called 911 over 'home intruder'

Here is the lady who was killed.
 
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Here is the Police Officer who allegedly shot her - Mohammed Noor, first Somali-American officer in his precint.
 
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Audio of the shooting.
 

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Something odd about this story. However it isn't only in the DM so it is at least probably a real event.

To my mind, if they have body cameras, they should not have the right to switch them off. The cameras are there to protect the cop and the public from each other, so any major incident where the bodycam is off and there was no technical problem should lead to an automatic sacking at the very least.

Then there's the devices the patrol cars are fitted with - were they all switched off too? And what does the other cop say? (there are nearly always two).

 

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4 minutes ago, twocents said:

Australia getting like the middle east to join the list of places struck off to go.  

It's like they're doing their level best to deter people.

Nah, it's the US. The victim was Australian.

I love the phonetic typing in the story:

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City is steel reeling from the shooting death by cop of Philando Castille in 2016

 

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4 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Nah, it's the US. The victim was Australian.

I love the phonetic typing in the story:

 

So it is - despite the blaring headline.

Only to be expected then? - or at least not quite as newsworthy.  Although there is the RoP angle.

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Existing ongoing case against him and reference to a second.

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Noor and two more officer arrived at Graham’s home. One officer had “ordered that Plaintiff be involuntarily transported by ambulance to a hospital,” according to police reports.

Graham claims that the officers forced their way into her home without permission or consent from the homeowner. “Defendant Officer Noor grabbed Plaintiff’s phone from her hand and then grabbed her right wrist and upper arm, thereby immobilizing her,” the complaint says.

 

http://coed.com/2017/07/17/officer-mohamed-noor-photos-minneapolis-police-justine-ruszczyk-damond-shooting-minnesota/

It could just have been an accident tbh, if you play with guns too often then they go off.

 

 

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The cop with only two years experience who shot pyjama-wearing Australian woman, 40, dead through the DOOR of his squad car while his bodycam was off after she called 911 over 'home intruder'

You don't need any experience to know that you don't shoot people under those circumstances.

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The police officer who shot and killed an unarmed Australian woman in mysterious circumstances after she called 911 to report a disturbance behind her upscale Minneapolis home has been identified.

Mohamed Noor, who joined the department in March 2015, reached over and shot Justine Damond, 40, multiple times from the passenger seat of his squad car while she spoke to his colleague on the drivers side in a back alley.

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'It was Justine that called 911 on Saturday evening reporting what she believed was an active sexual assault occurring nearby.

 

Shot multiple times and from the passenger seat - so not an accident and apparently with all the cameras switched of.  It sounds like they might have had something to hide.  Something in the police car maybe?

Although I imagine (and it's all only conjecture) that the reported sexual assault had nothing to do with them (them - there was another police officer in the driving seat)

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25 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Existing ongoing case against him and reference to a second.

http://coed.com/2017/07/17/officer-mohamed-noor-photos-minneapolis-police-justine-ruszczyk-damond-shooting-minnesota/

It could just have been an accident tbh, if you play with guns too often then they go off.

 

 

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Officer Mohamed Noor allegedly shot and killed 40-year-old Justine Ruszczyk Damond in front of her Minnesota home, late Saturday night. Damond had called authorities to report a potential sexual assault taking place in an alleyway by her house. She approached Noor’s police cruiser to speak about the possible crime in the alley. Then Noor allegedly reached over his partner and opened fire on Damond, killing her on the spot. Noor’s partner was reportedly “stunned” when his partner opened fire.

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Noor is currently on administrative leave, as authorities investigate his role in the shooting death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

 

If the story is anywhere near the truth then he should be behind bars as a risk to the public and a risk from the public as well as a risk to himself.

That's what they normally say if it had been anyone else isn't it.

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Interesting article by Mark Steyn, who is a bit like a Canadian Douglas Murray. 

 

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Mohamed Noor is a bad-news story. A few days before he shot Justine Damond, a complaint was filed in federal court by another Minneapolis woman, who also called 911 and claims she was assaulted by Noor. Disinclined to embrace her discomfort, she has instead sued.

 

 

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It's caused a minor diplomatic incident this. Australia is demanding to know exactly what the fuck went on and the US, by the look of it, has nothing to tell them.

Very strange behaviour by the police involved and with this mornings resignation - i.e, abdication of responsibility, I suspect some moody info is going to come out about either the officer involved or about how the precinct was run.

The shooter sounds like an absolute fuck.

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He shot from inside the patrol car, across the passenger seat where his partner was sitting, and through the window. The woman was unarmed and in her pajamas. Sounds like an execution. Cant imagine his partner was happy being in such an enclosed space with a gun going off so close to them. Some serious questions need to be asked.

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Just now, Fossildog said:

He shot from inside the patrol car, across the passenger seat where his partner was sitting, and through the window. The woman was unarmed and in her pajamas. Sounds like an execution. Cant imagine his partner was happy being in such an enclosed space with a gun going off so close to them. Some serious questions need to be asked.

It seems strange that the partner has not said anything. I'm wondering, given your earlier post to the article, whether this isn't just the public manifestation of widespread corruption with a mafia style Somali organisation at its heart.  

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If you look at the protest march against her murder the marchers are nearly all white people in a predominantly black city.

“He is extremely nervous ... he is a little jumpy ... he doesn’t really respect women, the least thing you say to him can set him off,” Mr Miller said.

 

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/world/neighbour-of-justine-damonds-killer-gives-shocking-new-insight-into-his-behaviour/news-story/34eb2c08676af98afc376d83aaff31dd

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51 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

“He is extremely nervous ... he is a little jumpy ... he doesn’t really respect women, the least thing you say to him can set him off,” Mr Miller said.

Ideal candidate for a law enforcement job (with a gun). 

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4 minutes ago, The XYY Man said:

Was she an electrician...?

 

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I don't think so, after all she wasn't pinned down and shot 11 times in the face. Also only two officers were involved and not several hundred. Additionally the local police chief has resigned whereas the officer in charge of the execution of the electrician is now chief of the Met.

 

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1 hour ago, The Masked Tulip said:

If you look at the protest march against her murder the marchers are nearly all white people in a predominantly black city.

“He is extremely nervous ... he is a little jumpy ... he doesn’t really respect women, the least thing you say to him can set him off,” Mr Miller said.

 

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/world/neighbour-of-justine-damonds-killer-gives-shocking-new-insight-into-his-behaviour/news-story/34eb2c08676af98afc376d83aaff31dd

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Officer Noor has refused to talk to investigators, Chief Harteau urged him to speak.

“I would prefer he would talk there are questions that need to be answered and only he can answer them,” she said.

Blimey. He would appear to be incapable of offering a defense. Worrying times.

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It certainly wouldn't be the first time a complete wrong 'un was allowed to join the police (whether in the US, Canada, UK or wherever). It seems he was a rookie too, which makes me wonder if this was the his first time in a similar situation?

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From the steyn link

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~Now consider a second story: A law-abiding unarmed woman makes the mistake of calling 911 and, when the responding officers arrive, they shoot her dead.

 

That aspect still isn't clear.  Since the murder there seems to be no information about the reported sexual assault and who the victim was.  Was the girl murdered the one sexually assaulted (so she had reported an assault on herself)  and were the officers already there or near the scene when the sexual assault happened rather than arriving afterwards.

At the very least if the murder victim wasn't the person being sexually assaulted then that person might be a witness.

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For others, including those on the receiving end of his ministrations, Mohamed Noor is a bad-news story. A few days before he shot Justine Damond, a complaint was filed in federal court by another Minneapolis woman, who also called 911 and claims she was assaulted by Noor. Disinclined to embrace her discomfort, she has instead sued.

 

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6 minutes ago, twocents said:

From the steyn link

That aspect still isn't clear.  Since the murder there seems to be no information about the reported sexual assault and who the victim was.  Was the girl murdered the one sexually assaulted (so she had reported an assault on herself)  and were the officers already there or near the scene when the sexual assault happened rather than arriving afterwards.

At the very least if the murder victim wasn't the person being sexually assaulted then that person might be a witness.

The stuff I've read seems to be clear that the woman who was shot was reporting the probable rape of someone else outside her house (two 911 calls where she describes the noises someone else is making). If the cops had already been on the scene it's not clear why she would have made a second call to ask them to hurry up. You would certainly think that whoever was making the noise that started it all could be a witness though - unless the cop pleads guilty, which doesn't sound likely so far, I guess it will come out at trial. 

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