Shooting leads to more questions on body cameras
Minneapolis officers failed to turn on their body cameras in the first fatal police shooting since the city began equipping cops with the devices last year. On Saturday night, officer Mohamed Noor and another officer responded to a call of a possible assault in south Minneapolis.
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#1 Jul 18, 2017
Mohamed noor should just keep his lips quiet about this incident! He is no longer being referred to as an officer because him and his driver blatantly violated policy of camera being on! Noor also has at least another violation of shooting over his driver through window, and firing weapon without reason. This is more than enough to get his immediate termination period ! A no brainer! His ridiculous sympathy statement really contradicts any reasoning and smacks of disingenuousness!! My opinion as a born USA citizen!
#2 Jul 19, 2017
You don't matter in Minnesota. ONLY BLM in Minnesota.
Notice there are NO PROTESTS after the slaying of this innocent unarmed woman.
She goes under the proverbial bus.
Stay out of Muderapolis.
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