Minneapolis Prosecutor: Justine Damond Murder Investigators ‘Didn’t Do Their Jobs’ In Probe Of Muslim Police Officer
Mike Freeman, the Hennepin County attorney, said he doesn’t have enough evidence to charge Somali-born Muslim Officer Mohamed Noor, who shot Justine Damond behind her home. Freeman said the investigators “haven’t done their job.”
Here’s the takeaway: if you are a Muslim cop, you can kill innocent women.
Back in July, defenseless and wearing her pajamas, Justine Damond was shot to death, at point-blank range, by a Muslim Somali police officer near her Minnesota home.
Ms Damond, dressed in her pyjamas, was shot by Officer Noor after she called 911 just before midnight on July 15 to report a woman screaming in her affluent Minneapolis neighbourhood.
Officer Noor was sitting in the front passenger seat of his police vehicle in the alley and when [unarmed] Ms Damond approached in the darkness, he shot across his partner in the driver’s seat, Officer Matthew Harrity, and out the car’s window, fatally striking the Australian in the stomach. (more)
Six months later, the Muslim cop who shot Justine Damond has not been charged, and the police department remains mum on her murder. Mohamed Noor, the Minneapolis Muslim police officer who fatally shot a woman who called 911 for help, refuses to be interviewed by authorities investigating the shooting.
“I have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, (that) the moment he shot the gun, he feared for his life. And he used force because he thought he was gonna be killed,” Freeman said. “But I can’t. He won’t answer my questions because he doesn’t have to, OK? We all have Fifth Amendment rights, and I respect that. So I can’t talk to her because she’s gone, and the other cop just gave us some (expletive), OK? So guess what? I gotta figure out angles of the shot, gun residues, reckless-use-of-force experts. I’ve got to have the evidence. And I don’t have it yet. And let me just say, it’s not my fault,” Mike Freeman said in a video that was posted on Facebook. “So if it isn’t my fault, who didn’t do their jobs? Investigators, and they don’t work for me. And they haven’t done their job.”
So that’s how a murderer gets off? By not answering questions?
–But police officer Darren Wilson went before a grand jury and a federal civil rights examination after Wilson shot Michael Brown. And Wilson had good reason. Brown attacked Wilson and grabbed for his gun when Wilson responded to reports of a robbery at a grocery store.
–No less than six officers were charged in Baltimore in the death of a suspect who died in the back of a police van in Baltimore, Maryland. Despite little evidence (there was no evidence of beating) six officers were charged with various offenses, including second-degree murder, in connection with Freddie Gray’s death. They were acquitted.
–Police officer Jason Stockley stood trial.
— Police officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown stood trial.
Mohamed Noor should stand trial.
Justin Damond’s family was “deeply distressed and unhappy” following Freeman’s remarks, said Bob Bennett, the attorney representing the family. “We expected a quality investigation that would be fair, complete and accurate, and apparently that hasn’t happened,” Bennett said.
The American media has been as silent as the Minneapolis police and Minneapolis mayor Betsey Hodges (who celebrated the murdering Muslim cop), but the Australian press (Damond was Australian) is demanding answers and rightly so. Before the cop was identified as a Muslim, the reports were all of over the left-wing sites. Cop shoots unarmed woman multiple times! Since Noor was named, all’s quiet on the Western front.
No feminazis taking to the streets on behalf of an innocent, pajama-clad woman shot in cold blood. No “Women’s marches” for Justine. No Linda Sarsour cows on parade. No leftist treasonous goons who engage in violence, chaos and destruction when a black man tries to kill a cop and the cop defends himself.
PROSECUTOR: INVESTIGATORS ‘DIDN’T DO THEIR JOBS’ IN PROBE OF POLICE KILLING OF UNARMED AUSTRALIAN WOMAN
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller