Skip to comments.No evidence to prosecute officer in Justine Damond shooting
Posted on 12/15/2017 9:38:52 PM PST by pawpawrick
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said Wednesday that he does not yet have enough evidence to file charges against a Minneapolis police officer in the shooting death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, blaming investigators who havent done their job.
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not yet means NEVER for Muslims killing Infidels in the Islamic State of Minneapolis.
It’s a weird, weird, weird, weird world. Well, the trouble is going to redound, however long it takes.
Hello, donning the blue does not automatically a righty make.
To those who say that "it is only a few of the police who are bad" please understand... this could have been you. And the police department would put in all the hours necessary to make sure your murderer went unpunished. Because your murderer wore a badge. And that means that everything they do is acceptable.
Including flat out murder of the innocent.
Mr. Freeman, in my opinion you are incompetent, a coward, or both.
I have no argument with most here about bad cops. I could, and should, be called before any court as an expert witness in any venue. I’ve worked with the worst of the worst. I’ve worked with many of the best, some of whom are long gone.
Is there a reset button for Justine?
Wake up sleepy Sessions, civil rights violation.
There seems to be a culture in the current police departments that they can do no wrong. That leads to the idea that crossing the line is ok because you are "the good guy" and so what you do is justified.
Right now I am having to help a former neighbor who is having to deal with a "school safety officer" who is trying to cover up a series of mis-steps. Do I think that he is outright corrupt? Probably not. But his desire to coverup an act of pure laziness is making their life a nightmare.
I don't know when police culture made a wrong turn. But something is seriously wrong with the system.
Last I read, SomaliCop refused to make a statement or to cooperate with the investigation.
I am quite sure the officer will get off either by no charges being filed or a jury verdict. He was just doing his duty killing the woman no one else would kill. It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it. Police murders were in abeyance for a few years but seem to be resurging.
I am quite sure the officer will get off either by no charges being filed or a jury verdict. He was just doing his duty killing the woman no one else would kill. It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it. Police murders were in abeyance for a few years but seem to be resurging. for this one the obvious problem is that of putting a Moslem in police uniform. He has a religious duty to kill infidels and women making egregious displays of independence and inappropriate dress.
In addition to this woman, this reckless officer could have killed his partner.
He might be able to medal in the Olympics in passing the buck.
I don’t think him him being Muslim had to do with the killing. He was obviously completely unprepared to be a police officer.
The woman was inappropriately dressed. She approached a man without a male relative escort. She thus pushed the Moslem’s buttons big time. He was totally uncomfortable in her presence and had to do something to change the situation. He is a Moslem so he killed her which in his mind is exactly what was necessary and what a father or brother would have done.
Maybe he was trying to kill his partner, and missed. 😱
Yep. He could start nailing people for obstruction of justice, but he is probably too much of an incompetent coward to do that.
The Oregon State Police who gunned down LaVoy Finicum in the snow on January 26, 2016 doing the bidding of the FBI remind us all of that.
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