The shooting of Justine Ruszczyk and trial of former officer Mohamed Noor

On the evening of July 15, 2017, Justine Ruszczyk, also known as Justine Damond, called 911. About 22 minutes later she was dead, shot by then-Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor.

After a nearly three-week trial, jurors found Noor guilty of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in Ruszczyk's death.

Minnesota officer gets unauthorized fundraising page removed
Officer Mohamed Noor's attorney says his client "did not authorize this, he did not provide the photograph which appears in the fundraiser and he is not the recipient of the funds."
Fear as an element of police culture
On a special MPR News show, guests discussed possible ways to reduce the risk of shootings like the one that took the life of Justine Ruszczyk.
Kerri Miller talks with experts, listeners about police shootings
What do the Castile, Clark and Ruszczyk shootings say about who we are as Minnesotans? MPR News host Kerri Miller talked to guests about police shootings in Minnesota.
'Rondo' rose through police ranks to helm a department under pressure
The Minneapolis City Council could begin discussing as soon as this week what happens next with mayor Betsy Hodges' choice to run the Minneapolis police department. If approved, Medaria Arradondo will become the city's first black police chief.
Harteau says she's 'overwhelmed' by support, asks people to back new chief
In a statement posted on Facebook Harteau asks people to support Medaria Arradondo,"Please show him the love, support and partnership you have shown me. We can only become better together!"
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