On the surface, this is one of most bizarre police shootings in recent memory.
From the Minneapolis Star Tribune:
The Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed Justine Damond in the alley behind her home Saturday night has been identified as officer Mohamed Noor. Meanwhile, state investigators have confirmed that they did not find any weapons at the scene.
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....
Normally, when there is a police shooting the cops are out there with a narrative of what happened with a few hours. Usually, thete is a confrontation between the cops and the thug and this case you have a middle age woman in her pajamas talking with the driver of the police car.
The only other possible scenario would be that shooter cop was playing or reckless with his gun and it discharged.
Either case, it is truly bizarre and an innocent woman was killed.
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