Former Minneapolis Police Officer Mohamed Noor was given a prison sentence of 12 and a half years for the fatal shooting of Justine Damond Ruszczyk.
The Minneapolis Police Department is facing renewed scrutiny on how it handles misconduct.
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A collective trauma continues to rock communities of color following the murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor.
Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor had been found guilty of 3rd-degree murder and 2nd-degree manslaughter in the July 15, 2017 shooting death of Justine Damond.
Now well into its third week, the trial of former police officer Mohamed Noor has put the Minneapolis Police Department’s “blue wall of silence” in the forefront, along with issues of transparency and inconsistencies amongst its officers.
Local news outlets have claimed the whole world will be watching Minneapolis because of Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor’s trial. If that is true, then it will be to see the U.S. justice system jail one of its own. However, Black folks will likely not be as curious — they have a deep suspicion of […]
Two important, high profile trials will soon take place in Minneapolis regarding Mohamed Noor and Terrance Franklin.