Lest we forget…Somali Cop who pumped two to three bullets into one of the bright lights on this earth, was in an accelerated cadet training program. Included is a video of Justine Damond rescuing ducklings just a few weeks before she was slaughtered.
Why is Mohamed Noor still walking the street? The Medical Examiner stated her death was a homicide. See Somali cop shoots two to three bullets into yoga teacher, little emotion in audio released
The Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed Australian woman graduated from the city’s accelerated police cadet program.
Officer Mohamed Noor graduated in 2015 after the seven month training program, which is a quicker, nontraditional route to policing aimed at helping those who already have a college degree enter law enforcement, The Star Tribune reported. (Noor did not have a degree in Criminal Justice, the usual route.)
The 31-year-old police officer was fast tracked into his role through the city’s accelerated cadet program.
The seven-month training program is designed for applicants already with a college degree, with recipients receiving tuition for Hennepin Technical College to complete their studies. More at the Daily Mail
Justine Damond : video shows murdered Aussie rescuing ducklings near Minneapolis home
Weeks before she was shot dead by Minneapolis police the Australian, also known as Justine Ruszczyk, was filmed reuniting a family of stranded ducks
When reporters asked friends and family for stories about Justine Damond, many of them asked: “Have you heard about the ducks?”
Three weeks before she was shot dead by police Damond, a 40-year-old Australian climbed into a storm drain and rescued a group of ducklings near her home in Minneapolis by gathering them in the folds of her skirt. The way her friends tell it, this incident was special but not atypical.