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‘Why is there no footage of a police response to a possible ongoing assault? ‘
‘The alley reportedly, was well-lit. How close were the cops when they shot Damond. How much of a threat did she pose?’

Australian woman living in US fatally shot by Minneapolis police after she called 911 to report a ‘possible assault’
Justine [Damond] Ruszczyk, was fatally shot by police Saturday after she called 911 at her home in South Minneapolis, MN
Justine, 40, a Sydney native living in Minneapolis,  called police to report a possible assault after she “heard a sound in the alley [behind her home]” 
When a squad car arrived, the officer in the passenger seat reportedly, identified a s officer Mohammed Noor,  ‘shot Justine through the driver’s side window’
The officers’ both claim their body cameras were not turned on, the squad camera did not capture the incident either
Minneapolis police yet to explain why the emergency line caller was shot or why the bodycams and dashcam were turned off, guaranteeing no footage, contrary to regulations
‘spiritual healer’ Justine Ruszczyk who goes by the name Justine Damond, was set to wed her American fiance, Don Damond,  50, in August
ustine Damond1.jpgMinneapolis resident Justine Damond was fatally shot by police Saturday after she called 911 to report a possible assault in an alley behind her home 

A 40-year-old Australian woman who was engaged to be married was fatally shot by a Minneapolis police officer after she called 911 to report a possible assault in the alley behind her home.
One of the two officers who responded to the scene shot and killed Justine Damond, the Star Tribune reported.
Police arrived in a squad car and the officer seated in the passenger seat shot the Sydney, Australia, native through the driver’s side window, sources familiar with the incident told the media outlet.
The two officers involved have been placed on paid administrative leave.
“Two Minneapolis police officers responded to a 911 call of a possible assault just north of the 5100 block of Washburn Avenue S, just before 11:30 p.m. Saturday,” the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said in a news release.
“At one point, an officer fired their weapon, fatally striking a woman,” it adds.
“The BCA’s investigation is in its early stages. More information will be available once initial interviews with incident participants and any witnesses are complete. … The officers’ body cameras were not turned on at the time and the squad camera did not capture the incident. Investigators are attempting to determine whether any video of the incident exists.”

Minneapolis police officer Mohammed Noor 1.jpgMinneapolis cop who fatally shot Justine Damond on Saturday night has been identified as  police officer Mohammed Noor [photo]. He has been placed on paid leave.

However, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune report: “Three sources with knowledge of the incident said …  two officers in one squad car, responding to the 911 call, pulled into the alley. Damond, in her pajamas, went to the driver’s side door and was talking to the driver. The officer in the passenger seat pulled his gun and shot Damond through the driver’s side door, sources confirmed. No weapon was found at the scene.”
No video of the incident has been released, and investigators are working to determine whether any exists.
The officers’ body cameras were not turned on and the squad camera did not capture the incident.
Police didn’t say why the body cameras were turned off.
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges also questioned the circumstances.

Police activity at the shooting of Justine Damond which was not captured on police body camera 1.jpgAlthough two officers who arrived in a squad car are involved, footage of the fatal shooting of Justine Damond does not exist

“I have questions about why the bodycams weren’t on,” she said in a press conference Sunday.
Minneapolis police officers are required to activate their cameras during “critical incidents,” according to department policy.
A “critical incident” includes “any action by an officer that causes or is intended to cause Death or Great Bodily Harm.”
Justine Damond was engaged to Don Damond, 50, whose 22-year-old son, Zach Damond, was at the scene Sunday morning.
“Basically, my mom’s dead because a police officer shot her for reasons I don’t know,” he told the Tribune. “I demand answers. If anybody can help, just call police and demand answers. I’m so done with all this violence,” he said.
Zach said Justine called police after she “heard a sound in the alley,” which neighbors described as being well-lit at night.

Justine Damond with Don and Zach Damond1Left to mourn: Justine with Don and Zach Damond

Justine’s fiance Don was away on business when the shooting occurred.
Justine, whose maiden name is Ruszczyk, used the name Damond even though the couple were not yet married.
The bio on her website describes her as a spiritual healer with the ability to help clients access their “unlimited potential for personal transformation.”
It also says she “originally trained as a veterinarian” and “has also studied and practiced yoga and meditation for over 17 years, is a qualified yoga instructor, a personal health and life coach and meditation teacher, embracing and teaching the neuro-scientific benefits of meditation.”


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