Police officer Mohamed Noor charged with murder of Justine Damond Ruszczyk

Police officer Mohamed Noor charged with murder of Justine Damond Ruszczyk, by Cameron Stewart.

Justine Damond Ruszczyk, killed by an affirmative action Islamic cop in Minneapolis USA in July 2017

Mohamed Noor was this morning (AEST) charged with murder and manslaughter over Ms Ruszczyk’s shooting death in Minneapolis last July.

The murder charge accuses the Somali policeman of “perpetrating eminently dangerous act and evincing depraved mind” while second-degree manslaughter accuses him of “culpable negligence creating unreasonable risk.”

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said that Mr Noor “recklessly and intentionally” shot Ms Ruszczyk in complete “disregard for human life.” …

Mohamed Noor

On 15 July last year Ms Ruszczyk was shot dead by Mr Noor at point blank range through the window of his police car after she had called 911 for help believing a sexual assault was occurring in the alley behind her house. …

Despite the charges prosecutors still have a difficult job ahead to obtain a conviction. Minnesota has never prosecuted a policeman for a fatal shooting on the job.


Mohamed Noor is a Somali Muslim. …

It was very important to the Minneapolis Police Department, and to city officials, that Mohamed Noor succeed. He graduated from a fast-track program to get onto the force in the first place. They had to have him.

But his competence as a police officer was always secondary to his ethnicity and religion. And even if he didn’t graduate, nothing would be done. To have removed him would have been “Islamophobic.” …

Noor proved to be an incompetent police officer. There were three complaints against him in two years. …

Justine Damond suffered the consequences of this identity-based policing. If the Minneapolis Police Department hired and fired police officers based solely on their fitness for the job, and not on their usefulness as symbols of Minneapolis’ commitment to diversity and resolve to fight “Islamophobia,” Justine Damond would be alive today.

Even in the wake of Justine Damond’s death, Minneapolis multiculturalists aren’t about to reconsider their religion. They are doubling down. Hodges immediately recognized — as authorities do everywhere after jihad attacks — that the real victims are not those who were killed or wounded, but the Muslim community.

See here and here.

hat-tip Stephen Neil