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NO Justice For Justine Damond: Muslim Cop Who Shot Her Dead Still Refuses To Talk

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Published on: November 29, 2017

‘If she can be shot, anybody can be shot,’ Ms. Damond’s sister-in-law Katrina Rusczcyk said.

Back in July, defenseless and wearing her pajamas, Justine Damond (pictured) was shot to death, point blank range, by a Muslim Somali police officer near her Minnesota home.

No feminazis taking to the streets on behalf of an innocent, pajama-clad woman shot in cold blood by a Muslim.

No “Women’s marches” for Justine.

No Linda Sarsour cows on parade.

No leftist treasonous goons who engage in violence, chaos and destruction when a black man tries to kill a cop and the cop defends himself (Ferguson, Baltimore).

Six months later, the Muslim cop who shot Justine Damond has not been charged, and the police department remains mum on her murder.

The Minneapolis Muslim police officer who fatally shot a woman who called 911 for help has refused to be interviewed by authorities investigating the shooting,

The American media has been as silent as the Minneapolis police and Minneapolis mayor Betsey Hodges (who celebrated the murdering Muslim cop), but the Australian press (Damond was Australian) is demanding answers and rightly so.

Before the cop was identified as a Muslim, the reports were all over the left-wing sites.

Cop shoots unarmed woman multiple times! Since Noor was named, all’s quiet on the Western front.

They are hoping we’ll forget like the savages they are.

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‘SHE DID WHAT ANY AUSSIE WOMAN WOULD DO, GO TO THE POLICE’: JUSTINE DAMOND’S FAMILY CONTINUE THEIR FIGHT FOR JUSTICE AFTER SHE WAS SHOT AND KILLED BY A U.S POLICE OFFICER – WHO IS STILL REFUSING TO TALK

  • Justine Damond was shot by a police officer in America near her home in July
  • ‘If she can be shot, anybody can be shot,’ sister-in-law Katrina Rusczcyk said
  • Ms Damond lived a peaceful life ‘inspiring others’ with a love for helping animals
  • The Australian woman was set to be married in August to fiance Don Damond

By Emily Pidgeon For Daily Mail Australia, 20 November 2017

Defenseless and wearing her pyjamas, Australian Justine Damond, 40, was fatally shot by an American police officer near her home on July 15.

Set to be married in August to her American fiance Donald, Don, Damond, her family told Australian Story they didn’t think they would be touched by the gun culture.

‘If she can be shot, anybody can be shot,’ Ms Damond’s sister-in-law Katrina Rusczcyk said.

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Defenseless and wearing her pyjamas, Australian Justine Damond (pictured) was fatally shot by an American police officer near her home in July

Set to be married in August to her American fiance Donald Damond (left), her family told Australian Story they didn't think they would be touched by the gun culture

Set to be married in August to her American fiance Donald Damond (left), her family told Australian Story they didn’t think they would be touched by the gun culture

'She did what any Aussie woman would do, go to the police,' John Ruszcyk (pictured) told Australian Story

‘She did what any Aussie woman would do, go to the police,’ John Ruszcyk (pictured) told Australian Story

Ms Damond’s fiance was away on work when she heard someone in extreme distress prompting her to call the police once, then again eight minutes later after no one turned up.

‘She did what any Aussie woman would do, go to the police,’ John Ruszcyk told Australian Story.

‘They were rookie cops. They didn’t have dash cams on, body cams on.’

Born to Mr Ruszcyk, an English teacher from America, and Margaret, an Australian nurse, Ms Damond lived a peaceful life ‘inspiring others’ with a strong love for helping animals.

Described as ‘a wonderful little girl, verbal and very determined’ Ms Damond was a student with straight As who loved playing with her brother, Jason, on Sydney’s northern beaches.

Ms Damond’s family said she wanted to save everyone from pain and hurt, to save animals and to save her mother, who later died of cancer.

‘Justine was someone who only ate organic, she watched everything she ever put into her body,’ family spokesperson Tom Hyder told News Corp in July.

'If she can be shot, anybody can be shot,' Ms Damond's (pictured) sister-in-law Katrina Rusczcyk said

‘If she can be shot, anybody can be shot,’ Ms Damond’s (pictured) sister-in-law Katrina Rusczcyk said

Family said they were 'determined to make sure Justine's death was not in vain'

Family said they were ‘determined to make sure Justine’s death was not in vain’

‘It was such a paradox in the way that she died,’ Ms Rusczcyk said.

‘She lived her life as a peaceful person inspiring others.

‘We are determined to make sure Justine’s death is not in vain.’

When Ms Damond moved back to Australia, she began teaching neuroscience and how meditation could control the body.

Mohamed Noor (right) is refusing to speak about what happened and won't break his silence even if the case goes to court

Mohamed Noor (right) is refusing to speak about what happened and won’t break his silence even if the case goes to court

Zach and Don Damond outside their Minneapolis home on Thursday when a protest march was held following the death of Justine Damond

Zach and Don Damond outside their Minneapolis home on Thursday when a protest march was held following the death of Justine Damond

Ms Damond's father John Ruszcyk (left) believed she may have walked up to the police car at about 11.30pm that night for help when the terrible tragedy instead took place

However she soon met Don and made the move to America.

The night of the shooting was the hottest night of the year, meaning all the neighbour’s windows were closed and air conditioners were blasting.

The laneway had garages backed onto it with a number of motion sensors lined on it.

Ms Damond’s father John Ruszcyk believed she may have walked up to the police car at about 11.30pm that night for help when the terrible tragedy instead took place.

The night of the shooting was the hottest night of the year, meaning all the neighbour's windows were closed and air conditioners were blasting

The night of the shooting was the hottest night of the year, meaning all the neighbour’s windows were closed and air conditioners were blasting

Ms Damond is the fifth person to have been killed by police in Minnesota this year, according to Australian Story

Her soon-to-be stepson Zach was reportedly also not at the home at the time, but returned on Sunday to discover the crime scene.

‘My mum is dead, I’m so done with all this violence … America sucks, these cops need to get trained differently,’ Zach said on a video he shared to social media after the shooting.

Ms Damond is the fifth person to have been killed by police in Minnesota this year, according to Australian Story.

Jason Sole of Criminal Justice at Hamline University told the program that no one in society should be the person calling police and then ending up dead.

Jason Sole of Criminal Justice at Hamline University told the program that no one in society should be the person calling police and then ending up dead

Jason Sole of Criminal Justice at Hamline University told the program that no one in society should be the person calling police and then ending up dead

Notes left outside the Australian woman's home in Minneapolis, where she was fatally shot

However, the police officer, Mohammad Noor, is refusing to break his silence, even if the case goes to court

Ms Damond's family and friends pay tribute to her on a beach in Sydney's north after she was fatally shot by a police officer in July 

However, the police officer, Mohammad Noor, is refusing to break his silence, even if the case goes to court.

Months on, her family is still searching for answers.

Ms Damond’s family enlisted lawyer Robert Bennett to fight the civil case and win justice for Justine.

‘Somebody took my daughters life for no reason and I think that’s a crime,’ Mr Ruszcyk said.

‘And I’d like to see him in court.’

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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