Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges hired Mohammed Noor, the city’s first Somalian police officer.

Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, 18 July 2017 22:38.

Justine Damond called 9-11 for help.

Star Tribune, 18 July 2017: Justine Damond, 40, who called 911 to report a possible assault behind her south Minneapolis home Saturday night, was fatally shot by a police officer. No body cams were running at the time.


The death of Justine Damond, who called 911 to report a possible crime only to be killed by a responding Minneapolis police officer, has left her grieving family, neighborhood and nation demanding answers in the latest police-involved shooting to thrust Minnesota into the international spotlight.

The Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed a 40-year-old woman in the alley behind her home Saturday night has been identified as Officer Mohamed Noor. State investigators have confirmed that they did not find any weapons at the scene.

Fast twitching Noor, first Somali to patrol 5th precinct of Minneapolis.

Noor, 31, joined the department in March 2015 as the first Somali police officer to patrol the 5th Precinct in southwest Minneapolis, according to a city newsletter. He holds a degree in Economics and Business Administration from Augsburg College. Before joining the department, he worked in property management in commercial and residential properties in Minneapolis and St. Louis, Mo.

Noor has been sued once in his short career with the police department, stemming from a May 25, 2017 incident, in which he and two other officers came to a woman’s home and took her to the hospital, which the woman alleges constituted false imprisonment, assault and battery. According to the recently filed and ongoing lawsuit, the officers claimed they had reason to believe the woman was suffering a mental health crisis — which she denied — and Noor “grabbed her right wrist and upper arm,” exacerbating a previous shoulder injury in the process.

An exchange between police from the night of the shooting, posted by website Minnesota PoliceClips, shows one officer indicating a “female standing behind a building” on Washburn Avenue. Seconds later, another officer reports “shots fired” and “one down” in the same location, and then an officer says he’s performing CPR. An officer also notes that there’s no suspect at large. It’s unclear if the audio is edited or compressed for time.

“I know the neighborhood well” said Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, shown here with her husband.

On Monday, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension confirmed that officers were responding to a 911 call of a “possible assault.” “At one point an officer fired their weapon, fatally striking a woman,” the news release said. “BCA crime scene personnel located no weapons at the scene.”

The BCA confirmed that an autopsy has been completed. After confirming yesterday that there was no body camera or dashcam footage of the incident, the agency said the investigation “does not determine whether a law enforcement agency policy was violated. That would be reviewed through the agency’s internal affairs process.”

  Friends of Justine Damond mourn.

The BCA has not officially named Noor, but a source confirmed that he was the shooter. Attorney Tom Plunkett is representing Noor, but declined to identify him.

At the same time, a neighborhood has continued to struggle for answers as to what caused the shooting. Family members said Damond called 911 that night to report a possible assault in the alley behind her home.

The morning afterward about 200 people gathered Sunday to mourn Damond. Loving messages remain written in chalk on the sidewalk near the scene, at the end of the alley on W. 51st Street between Washburn and Xerxes avenues S. in the city’s Fulton neighborhood.

See also: ‘White privilege’ as a warrant for expropriation; Christianity as the executing jurisdiction.

Damond, from Sydney, Australia, and her fiancé, Don Damond, lived in the 5000 block of Washburn.

Justine, her fiancee and son.

“This is about Justine; it’s about Don, a horrific thing has happened in their lives, but it reverberates through the community,” said neighbor Richard Burbach, looking on as Australian news crews gathered around the Damond home. “I hope that the global media can continue to put enough focus on this that there is a kind of pressure that will provide an essential ingredient that will change policing, not just in Minneapolis but the country as well.”

Gov. Mark Dayton had no comment Monday on the shooting. Law enforcement had previously criticized Dayton for comments he made the day after Philando Castile was killed by former St. Anthony police officer Jerimano Yanez.

“Would this have happened if the driver were white, if the passengers were white?” Dayton asked last year. “I don’t think it would have. On behalf of all decent-minded Minnesotans, we are shocked and horrified. This kind of behavior is unacceptable.”

Three sources with knowledge of the incident said Sunday that 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 said.

“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 BCA said in a news release. “At one point, an officer fired their weapon, fatally striking a woman.

“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 Chief Medaria Arradondo and Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges.

Minneapolis police confirmed that the two officers involved are on paid administrative leave, which is standard procedure.

In Minneapolis, police officers are required to wear body cameras any time they could “reasonably anticipate” they will need to record an incident. The policy specifies that officers record any use of force, as soon as it’s safe to do so.

The ACLU has called for penalties for the officer’s failure to activate body cameras.

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges called the shooting “tragic” in a news conference at City Hall late Sunday afternoon, appearing with assistant Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo and Linea Palmisano, who represents the 13th Ward on the City Council.

“I know the neighborhood well” said Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, shown here with her husband.

“I am heartsick and deeply disturbed by the fatal officer-involved shooting that happened last night,” Hodges said.

“I know the neighborhood well,” said Hodges, who represented the area for eight years as a City Council member.

“We have few facts at this point,” she said. “I want to know more. I call on the BCA to share as much information with all of us as quickly as they can.

“I have questions about why the bodycams weren’t on,” she said.

Arradondo confirmed that the officer bodycam program is fully rolled out in Minneapolis but declined to say more about why there is no footage of the shooting.

Justine’s son, Zach Damond, fiancee, Don Damond,

Zach Damond, 22, arrived at the scene with a close family friend about 11:30 a.m. Sunday. While the couple were not yet married, Justine referred to herself as Damond on her personal website. Her maiden name was Justine Ruszczyk.

“Basically, my mom’s dead because a police officer shot her for reasons I don’t know,” Zach Damond said, referring to Justine. “I demand answers. If anybody can help, just call police and demand answers. I’m so done with all this violence.”

Damond said Justine called police after she “heard a sound in the alley.”

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Refugee Resettlement Watch, “Minneapolis Somali police officer, shoots and kills woman who called 911”, Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 18, 2017:

Justine and fiancee, Don Damond,

The 40-year-old Australian woman had called 911 to report a disturbance in an alley near the home she shared with her fiance. As she walked to the responding officers’ car, reportedly in her pajamas, she was shot by officer Mohamed Noor, one of the city’s newest diversity picks for its police force.

Justine who is described as a 40 year old veterinarian and yoga instructor from Australia was inexplicably killed by a Somali refugee cum police officer. Dare I say, white lives matter.

I heard about the story on our local radio station yesterday, but not a word about the shooter, until I read Leo Hohmann’s report at WND last night.  Believe it or not, but CNN was reporting the story this morning complete with the officer’s name scrolled below the report.  CNN said Officer Noor apologized and said he had her friends and family in his “thoughts and prayers.”

There was no explanation given in the CNN report about why he shot the unarmed woman, or why the officers’ body cameras were turned off.

Here is Hohmann at WND:

The Minneapolis cop who shot and killed a 40-year-old woman after she called 9-1-1 to report a possible crime near her home was identified Monday as the precinct’s first Somali-American officer — Mohamed Noor.

Noor has only been a police officer for two years and has already been sued for alleged unprofessional behavior. The May 2017 lawsuit also involved a female and accusations of brutality.

The shooting late Saturday night happened at the end of an alley in the city’s Fulton neighborhood.

Justine Ruszczyk Damond, a native of Sydney, Australia, was a veterinarian and a yoga instructor who recently got engaged to longtime boyfriend Don Damond. She and her fiancé lived in the 5000 block of Washburn.

[….]

Noor, 31, was born in Somalia.

That is Minneapolis mayor Betsy Hodges in green head scarf, literally snuggling with a Somali constituent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3po7RG2Eyc

KSTP, citing a source with direct knowledge of the shooting, reported that Noor was sitting in the passenger seat of the squad car at the time of the shooting and “shot across his partner” at Damond, who approached the officers’ car in her pajamas and began talking to the officer in the driver’s seat.

One of Damond’s friends, who identified herself only by her first name, Hannah, told the Star-Tribune that there was “no way” Damond would have been armed.

“She often talked about how much better it was in Australia, where people aren’t allowed to have guns,” Hannah told the local newspaper.

“This is a very bizarre story,” Debra Anderson, chair of ACT For America’s Minnesota chapter and a resident of Minneapolis. “How could a women in pajamas possibly be perceived as a threat, on the opposite side of the car, no less?”

The story is making headlines around the world.

Minneapolis mayor Betsy Hodges will have a lot of explaining to do!

Minneapolis has the nation’s largest concentration of Somali refugees, with the community estimated at approximately 50,000 strong in the city. The city’s Democrat mayor and council have made every effort to hire Somalis as part of the city’s diversity program.

Continue here for more information and more photos. I’ve only snipped a tiny bit of a more detailed story. And, surely there will be updates during the day.

For new readers: Why so many Somalis in Minneapolis?  Thank Catholic Charities and Lutheran Social Services (as well as other refugee contractors) placing Somali Muslims there for decades.  See my post from 2011 when I first learned how that happened.  See yesterday’s post about Catholics and Lutherans placing the largest numbers of refugees into unsuspecting American towns and cities.

Incredibly creepy Betsy Hodges campaign video from her mayoral run, showing Hodges in a hospital with Somalian refugees. The first part of the video is spoken in Arabic language and features a series of Somalian refugees asking people to vote for her. Finally, Hodges speaks and says:

“My name is Betsy Hodges and I’m running for Mayor of Minneapolis. Minneapolis is a great city, I’m proud of the work that I’ve been doing on the city council the last eight years to make sure that we are the best city we can be; but the best is yet to come. But I know that to be the greatest city we must be an inclusive city, knowing that our future depends upon everybody, everybody sitting at the table to build the Minneapolis of the future; and that is my commitment to you as Mayor. In the first 100 days I will hire someone from the community in my office to make sure that I have the eyes and ears of the community right there in City Hall with me; but also that I have eyes and ears and myself out in the community ...I will put together a Somali board of advisors to make sure that crucial issues are getting addressed right away…  all the crucial issues for the community are being handled well and addressed through my office.

                 

           

...well, Betsy included the first Somali police officer!

       



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Posted by Mudshark Mayor of Minneapolis on Wed, 19 Jul 2017 00:23 | #

                       
Here is Minneapolis Mayor, Betsy Hodges and her husband, Gary Cunningham


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Posted by Incredibly creepy Besty Hodges campaign video on Wed, 19 Jul 2017 07:35 | #

       
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, shown here with her husband.

Incredibly creepy Betsy Hodges campaign video from her mayoral run, showing Hodges in a hospital with Somalian refugees. The first part of the video is spoken in Arabic language and features a series of Somalian refugees asking people to vote for her. Finally, Hodges speaks and says:

“My name is Betsy Hodges and I’m running for Mayor of Minneapolis. Minneapolis is a great city, I"m proud of the work that I’ve being doing on the city council the last eight years to make sure that we are the best city we can be; but the best is yet to come. But I know that to be the greatest city we must be an inclusive city, knowing that our future depends upon everybody, everybody sitting at the table to build the Minneapolis of the future; and that is my commitment to you as Mayor. In the first 100 days I will hire someone from the community in my office to make sure that I have the eyes and ears of the community right there in City Hall with me; but also that I have eyes and ears and myself out in the community ...I will put together a Somali board of advisors to make sure that crucial issues are getting addressed right away…  all the crucial issues for the community are being handled well and addressed through my office.

                 

           

...well, Betsy included the first Somali police officer!


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Posted by Betsy the Hijra Hole on Thu, 20 Jul 2017 02:25 | #

SBDL Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Her Name is Justine Damond: Why are there Somalians in America?

We have resettled 1.2 percent of the entire population of Somalia to the United States of America.

Why?

To deliberately destroy social capital?

Dead by diversity: a white immigrant killed by a Somali diversity hire in the Minneapolis Police Department…

Why?

To ask the question is to know the answer. [Somali immigrant cop Mohamed Noor, who shot Justine Damond, was ‘highly celebrated’ by Minneapolis mayor in 2015, Fox News, 7-18-17]:

  The Somali-born Minnesota police officer alleged to have shot and killed an unarmed Australian woman on Saturday had been lauded by Minneapolis’ mayor and feted by the local community when he joined the force in 2015.

  “I want to take a moment to recognize Officer Mohamed Noor, the newest Somali officer in the Minneapolis Police Department,” Mayor Betsy Hodges wrote in a Facebook post when Noor began serving the city. “Officer Noor has been assigned to the 5th Precinct, where his arrival has been highly celebrated, particularly by the Somali community in and around Karmel Mall.”

  In fact, The Washington Post reported that community threw a party for Noor – the first Somali-American officer to serve in the precinct. Minneapolis is home to one of the nation’s largest Somali communities.

  “He came to the United States at a young age and is thankful to have had so many opportunities,” Thomas Plunkett, Noor’s attorney, said Monday. “…For him, being a police officer is a calling.”

Unarmed Australian white woman, Fox News. Fixed it for you.

When I saw Blackhawk Down in theaters, my immediate reaction was, “we should have absolute nothing to do with that nation and do everything possible to keep Somalians from coming to the USA.”

Those in control of not just our foreign policy but migration/immigration/resettlement policy decided they wanted to encourage 1.2 percent of the entire population of Somalia to come to America…

Remember when Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton blasted white Minnesota citizens who were worried about massive immigration/demographic change in the state (largely due to Somali resettlement)?

Here’s what he said: “Our economy cannot expand based on white, B+, Minnesota-born citizens. We don’t have enough.”

Justine Damond, the 40-year-old white woman from Australia, called police to report a suspected rape. The last thing this immigrant (not just some “B+, Minnesota-born citizen”) would see on earth was a Somali police officer pointing a gun at her.

Why are there Somalians in America again?

It has largely to do with American sponsored refugee resettlement, largely through Abrahamic relief organizations, which are granted big money in a two-way hand washing/palm greasing of sell-outs like…

Somali’s little helper:

Betsy Celebrates the introduction of Somali police to THE community. What an asshole!

       
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, shown here with her husband.

Incredibly creepy Betsy Hodges campaign video from her mayoral run, showing Hodges in a hospital with Somalian refugees. The first part of the video is spoken in Arabic language and features a series of Somalian refugees asking people to vote for her. Finally, Hodges speaks and says:

“My name is Betsy Hodges and I’m running for Mayor of Minneapolis. Minneapolis is a great city, I"m proud of the work that I’ve being doing on the city council the last eight years to make sure that we are the best city we can be; but the best is yet to come. But I know that to be the greatest city we must be an inclusive city, knowing that our future depends upon everybody, everybody sitting at the table to build the Minneapolis of the future; and that is my commitment to you as Mayor. In the first 100 days I will hire someone from the community in my office to make sure that I have the eyes and ears of the community right there in City Hall with me; but also that I have eyes and ears and myself out in the community ...I will put together a Somali board of advisors to make sure that crucial issues are getting addressed right away…  all the crucial issues for the community are being handled well and addressed through my office.

               

           

      ...What an asshole!  And is that pathological “altruism” well funded!


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Posted by Betsy tries not to laugh, shrugs it off on Thu, 20 Jul 2017 15:56 | #

Betsy tries not to laugh, shrugs it off.


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Posted by Killercop: affrimative action hire by Hijabwearing on Fri, 21 Jul 2017 00:58 | #

Unz Review, “Michelle Bachman Calls Killer Cop an ‘Affirmative-Action Hire by the Hijab-Wearing Mayor of Minneapolis”, 20 July 2017:

Officer in Minnesota shooting was celebrated in Somali community

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) – Mohamed Noor was celebrated when he became a Minneapolis police officer 21 months ago, joining a handful of other Somalis on the police force in a city with one of the United States’ largest Somali communities. …

But some are worried about a backlash in the Somali community, while one former politician had only harsh words.

The eldest of 10 children, Noor came to the United States as a child and has been held up by the Somali community as an example. He was one of only about 20 Somali police officers in Minnesota.

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges had touted his arrival to the police force in a Facebook post.

       

“I want to take a moment to recognize Officer Mohamed Noor, the newest Somali officer in the Minneapolis Police Department,” she said in a May 2016 post, a few months after he joined the department, alongside photos of Noor smiling at a community meet-and-greet. “His arrival has been highly celebrated, particularly by the Somali community.”

He remains a role model for some.

“He is inspiring to young people in the community,” Abdikadir Hassan, a candidate for a Minneapolis Park Board seat, told the Star Tribune this week.

Others said the community could suffer.

“A lot of people are holding the Somali community accountable,” said Abdirizak Bihi, director of the Somali Education and Social Advocacy Center in Minneapolis. “That’s absolutely wrong.”

Among the most vocal critics was Michele Bachmann, a Republican former U.S. representative. On Wednesday she called Noor an “affirmative-action hire by the hijab-wearing mayor of Minneapolis,” the Star Tribune reported.
                           


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Posted by "she did not have to die" on Fri, 21 Jul 2017 11:04 | #

   

Minneapolis Police Chief admits in open statement that “this should not have happened…Justine did not have to die.”

“We are talking about one individual’s actions” she said.

She added that Noor’s actions ran counter to Minneapolis Police training; and the circumstances did not warrant fear of ambush.

 


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Posted by Betsy Hodges forces Police Chief to resign on Tue, 25 Jul 2017 10:14 | #

NYTimes, “Minneapolis Police Chief Forced Out After Fatal Shooting of Australian Woman”, 21 July 2017:

The Minneapolis police chief, Janee Harteau, resigned on Friday at the mayor’s request, less than a week after one of the city’s officers fatally shot an unarmed Australian woman who had called 911 for help.

Mayor Betsy Hodges said in a statement that “I’ve lost confidence in the chief’s ability to lead us further” and that “it is clear that she has lost the confidence of the people of Minneapolis as well.”

The fatal shooting of the Australian woman, Justine Damond, last weekend by Officer Mohamed Noor led to outpourings of grief in Minnesota and outrage in Ms. Damond’s home country, where the prime minister condemned the shooting and Ms. Damond’s family members have expressed frustration with how little they have been told about what happened.

Last Saturday, Ms. Damond, 40, called 911 twice to report a possible sexual assault near her home. Officer Noor and his partner, Officer Matthew Harrity, arrived at the scene in a dark alley several minutes later. Officer Harrity told state investigators that he had been startled by a loud noise just before Ms. Damond approached their cruiser. Officer Noor then shot her through the open window.

Officer Noor has declined to speak with investigators, and the authorities have provided no explanation for why he shot Ms. Damond. Neither Officer Noor nor his partner had turned on their body cameras
 
       

Chief Harteau, a 30-year veteran of the Minneapolis police force, said in a statement that “the recent incidents do not reflect the training and procedures we’ve developed as a department.”

“I’ve decided I am willing to step aside to let a fresh set of leadership eyes see what more can be done for the M.P.D. to be the very best it can be,” Chief Harteau said. “The city of Minneapolis deserves the very best.”

Ms. Damond’s death was the latest high-profile episode to raise questions about police tactics under Chief Harteau. In 2015, weeks of protests followed the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark, an unarmed black man.

Nekima Levy-Pounds, a civil rights lawyer and activist running for mayor of Minneapolis, said Chief Harteau “needed to be fired.” Ms. Levy-Pounds said it had been “a slap in the face to people of color” that the chief spoke out about the death of Ms. Damond, who was white, after defending officers involved in past shootings of black people.

“She is attempting to paint this as an isolated case based on one officer’s poor judgment as opposed to a systemic pattern,” Ms. Levy-Pounds said.

Ms. Hodges, who is up for re-election in November and who has faced criticism for her handling of police issues, said she was appreciative of Chief Harteau’s service but had requested her resignation.

In conversation with the chief today, she and I agreed that she would step aside to make way for new leadership,” Ms. Hodges said. “I asked Chief Harteau for her resignation, she tendered it and I have accepted it.”

Ms. Hodges said she would nominate Medaria Arradondo, currently the assistant chief in Minneapolis, to become chief of police.

At a news conference at City Hall on Friday night about the chief’s departure, protesters interrupted Ms. Hodges and called on her to resign. “Bye, bye, Betsy,” they chanted when she tried to speak. Demonstrators had also gathered outside City Hall, chanting, “No justice, no peace.”

After protesters left, Ms. Hodges returned to the lectern and said, “I will not be resigning.”

“I hope people appreciate that there is no magic wand for public safety,” Ms. Hodges said.

Chief Harteau was the first woman to serve as Minneapolis police chief and is also openly gay. She worked her way through the ranks of the department after joining in 1987, and she was seen by some nationally as a police reformer who outfitted officers with body cameras and advocated restorative justice. But locally, her department faced frequent protests and criticisms for its use of force and treatment of black people.

Chief Harteau was also believed to have a strained relationship with Ms. Hodges. The two leaders faced criticism from the Justice Department for their coordination during 2015 protests. And earlier this year, Ms. Hodges publicly overruled the chief on a promotion decision.

State investigators continue to probe Ms. Damond’s death. Both Ms. Hodges and Chief Harteau have said she should not have been shot. “Justine didn’t have to die,” Chief Harteau said on Thursday, citing information released by state officials investigating the case. “I believe the actions in question go against who we are as a department, how we train and the expectations we have for our officers.”


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Posted by As she approached in her pajamas on Wed, 26 Jul 2017 14:23 | #

According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Justine Damond, who worked as a yoga and meditation instructor, called 911 to report a possible assault outside her home. Officer Matthew Harrity, who was driving the squad car, indicated that he was startled by a loud noise as he approached Damond’s home. Damond then immediately approached the car from the driver’s side. Officer Mohamed Noor, who was sitting in the passenger’s seat, fired his weapon, hitting and killing Damond.

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