Will There Be Justice For Justine Damond?

Last July an Australian woman named Justine Damond was shot to death in Minneapolis by a Somali-American policeman named Mohamed Noor. Ms. Damond had just called 911 to report what appeared to be a sexual assault in progress in the alley behind her house. When the police arrived, Mr. Noor fired his gun from the passenger’s side in front of his partner, who was driving, and killed Ms. Damond, who was standing at the driver’s side window.

It has taken eight months, but Mohamed Noor has finally been charged with the killing. The charges are third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. If convicted on both counts, he could receive a maximum sentence of 35 years in prison.

Three or four months of the lag time were taken up with the deliberations of a grand jury empanelled by the prosecutors. A couple of months ago a prosecutor remarked that they didn’t have enough evidence to charge Mr. Noor. Now, suddenly, they’ve found the evidence, and the officer has indeed been charged.

By the way — the case has a Mohammed Coefficient of 100%.

Concerning the eight-month interval, Vlad says:

Yes, he was an affirmative action hire; yes, he did shoot a woman across the lap of his partner outside the driver’s window from the passenger seat; yes, he is a Somali Muslim; and yes, it took WAY too long to jail and charge him. Had it been a white cop and a black vic, it would have been instant.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this TV news video:

Below are excerpts from the accompanying article:

Charges Filed Against Officer Noor in Damond Shooting

Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor was charged Tuesday with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for fatally shooting Justine Damond last July.

Noor turned himself in late Tuesday morning and is being held at the Hennepin County Jail on $500,000 bail.

If convicted of third-degree murder, he could face a maximum of 25 years in prison. A judge could issue a sentence ranging from about 10 ½ to 15 years. The second-degree manslaughter charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

According to the criminal complaint filed against him, prosecutors say at the time of the shooting Noor neither investigated nor confirmed a threat “that justified the decision to use deadly force.”

The complaint also states Noor “recklessly fired his handgun” when he shot Damond, leaving her with her hands on a gunshot wound to the left side of her abdomen, saying “I’m dying” or “I’m dead.”

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman has scheduled a press conference for 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Hennepin County Government Center to discuss the decision.

11 thoughts on “Will There Be Justice For Justine Damond?

  1. In my childhood Minnesota was a lovely place to live.

    I would not venture there again as it has been seeded with an alien presence.

  2. It’s not just Noor that need to be brought to account, but the ones who trained him and employed him and handed him a gun. Clearly the guy was a danger to anyone he faced, those that were the “enablers” in the killing of Justine Damond should also be in the dock for at least incompetence.

    • I think that unfortunately he will walk a free man from any trial on a technicality. Plus the decision will be swayed by the inevitable, ubiquitous, shambolic, violent turn out of the usual Muslim demonstrators.

      Logic would dictate that he should be severely punished. However, any official using a weapon on an unarmed woman in her pyjamas is unfit for the uniform and responsibilities that goes with it anyway.

      I just hope that the Australian government will exert as much political pressure that it can in seeking proper justice for this poor woman.

      • I just hope that the Australian government will exert as much political pressure that it can in seeking proper justice for this poor woman.

        That is my hope, too. Minneapolis is Sweden writ small – largely settled by Swedes and Norwegians, so it’s no surprise the place would be dhimmified by Somalis. Both groups typify their own DNA behavior profile.

        Given the level of Somali population, there will be a big push by the murderer’s defense team to pack the jury. The question remains, though, to what extent the prosecutor can remain stalwart in the face of local governmental pressure.

        Bookmark Powerline for on-going reports. They are impeccable witnesses:


      • I’m Australian, and given the performance of the Minneapolis legal system so far, I doubt that justice will prevail.
        Last night I noticed a news report where some members of the city’s Somali community were interviewed. According to them Noor is the victim.

        I also doubt that the Australian government will be able to exert any influence on proceedings.

  3. I think this guy will be in jail for a brief time until something else happens. Then he will roam free. It is White genocide at every turn. In Sweden they rendered homeless a reputed dentist because he reported rapefugee invaders to the police. They justified it in whatever way, the bottom line is, Whites always get the shaft, in their own countries. We don’t stand up, we end up like South Africa.

    • My God! You’re right — most articles don’t give his middle name.

      A 200% MC is quite rare.

  4. This diversity-hired Somali policeman (literally) simply executed this non-Hispanic white woman. Has there ever been in the history of police work an officer in the passenger seat of a squad car firing his service pistol in front of his partner/driver’s face to shoot a “loud noise” which came from outside the driver’s window? Ever?

  5. 8 months, including 3-4 months of the glacially-paced grand jury, absolutely incredible. It’s not surprising that most jurisdictions outside the US, abandoned grand juries years ago.

  6. From the linked article: Noor’s attorney made the following statement. If Noor walks away free from the charges it will be because of this:

    “The facts will show that Officer Noor acted as he has been trained and consistent with established departmental policy,” read part of the statement. “Officer Noor should not have been charged with any crime.”

    Personally, I hope he gets convicted on the murder charge but I’d accept the manslaughter charge also, both with maximum sentences. I don’t believe Noor had the mental acuity to be in that position of authority. Let the city live with the consequences of their misguided policies.

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