Jury selection begins in former Minneapolis officer’s trial

Jury selection begins in former Minneapolis officer’s trial

Jury selection began Monday in the criminal trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged with murdering an Australian national who reported a suspected sexual assault near her home. Mohamed Noor, 33, is charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for fatally shooting Justine Damond in July 2017. Noor has pleaded not guilty.

Just An Opinion
Just An Opinion 1 year

- Somalian officer. - Installed not for his merit, but in an effort to improve police relations with the local Somali enclave. - Training officers submitted written concerns about his fitness for duty. - Pre-employment psychological exams found he was more likely to be impatient or have difficulty confronting people. - Has previously acted out: "Judge Kathryn Quaintance ruled that prosecutors cannot present evidence about prior “bad acts” as a police officer." - Has refused to cooperate with police during the investigation. - No body camera footage. - No squad car footage. Dual citizen Australian-American white woman calls police to report a black man sexually assaulting a white woman. When the officers arrived, she left her home to speak to the attending officers. Mohamad Noor had drawn his gun and fired from the passenger seat, through the driver side window, killing the woman while she was still descending the single flight of stairs of her ground floor home. This sounds like a cold blooded murder to me.

Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

Funny how race is left out of this one lol

U WOT M8 1 year

If this guy is not convicted I hope he takes a vacation in a Commonwealth country and gets assassinated.

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