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AustraliaMedia seeks Justine Damond death video

21:00  06 april  2019
21:00  06 april  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Evidence restrictions for Damond trial Mohamed Noor, a former US police officer charged with the shooting murder of Australian Justine Damond Ruszczyk, faces decades in prison if convicted. A Minneapolis judge has blocked the public and media from viewing graphic evidence during next week's much-anticipated trial involving a police officer charged with murdering Australian life coach Justine Damond Ruszczyk. Credit Cards Are Now Offering 0% Interest Until 2020 Find out more on Finder Ad Finder.com.

On July 15, 2017, Justine Ruszczyk, also known as Justine Damond , a 40-year-old Australian-American woman, was shot and killed by Mohamed Noor

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Media seeks Justine Damond death video© AAP Image/Linkedin Justine Damond.

A legal stoush has broken out in the US over whether police video of Australian yoga instructor Justine Ruszczyk Damond naked and "gasping for breath in the last moments of her life" should be shown to the media and members of the public.

Hennepin County District Judge Kathryn Quaintance ruled last week the police body camera video should only be viewed by the jury, lawyers and herself during Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor's murder trial.

A coalition of media organisations, led by the Minneapolis Star Tribune, challenged the judge's ruling at a hearing on Friday.

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Authorities say the police officer who shot Justine Damond was stated by a loud noise. A lawyer for Officer Noor did not answer an email seeking comment on Tuesday evening. Until now, state and city officials have been tight-lipped about what happened on the night of the shooting.”

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Jury selection for Noor's trial in Minneapolis began on Monday and will stretch into next week.

"I am trying to protect the pictures of this woman naked and her gasping for breath in the last moments of her life," the judge said at the hearing, according to Associated Press.

Noor, a 33-year-old Somali-American, has been charged with counts of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter and faces more than 40 years in jail if convicted.

Ms Damond, a 40-year-old life coach and yoga instructor who lived in Minneapolis and was weeks away from marrying her American fiance, called police just before midnight on July 15, 2017, after she heard a woman's screams and feared a sexual assault was taking place near her home.

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Ms Damond was unarmed and dressed in her pyjamas when she approached Noor's police vehicle in the dark.

Noor's partner Officer Matthew Harrity was "startled" and "perceived that his life was in danger" when he heard a "muffled voice or whisper" and thump on the squad car when Ms Damond suddenly appeared, according to prosecutors.

Noor was sitting in the front passenger seat of the squad car and shot across Officer Harrity, who was driving the vehicle, and out the driver's side window striking Ms Damond in the stomach, prosecutors said.

Prosecutors said Noor and Officer Harrity switched on their body cameras after the shot was fired and it captured their attempts to resuscitate Ms Damond.

The media coalition argued the media and the public should see what the jury sees.

The judge promised to make a quick ruling on the video footage access.

Noor was fired from the police force when he was charged last year.

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Unlike most US police shooting victims, Ruszczyk was a blonde, white woman who lived in a wealthy area. The officer who shot her was not just black but Muslim.

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