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WorldJustine Ruszczyk's father rejects apology from his daughter's murderer Mohamed Noor

00:57  13 june  2019
00:57  13 june  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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John Ruszczyk rejects as inappropriate an apology from Mohamed Noor , the policeman who shot and killed his daughter Justine , and says the family is satisfied with Noor ' s sentence.

Justine Ruszczyk's father rejects apology from his daughter's murderer Mohamed Noor© Linkedin: Justine Ruszczyk Justine Ruszczyk was shot after calling police to report a possible assault. The father of Justine Ruszczyk has rejected an apology from Mohamed Noor, the policeman who shot and killed her.

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In court, Noor had offered an apology to the family for Justine's death.

"The apology is inappropriate. It doesn't bring back my daughter," John Ruszczyk told 7.30.

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Justine Ruszczyk ’ s father rejects apology from daughter ’ s murderer Mohamed Noor . Mr Ruszczyk said the incident had affected his family so much that his partner, Marion Hefferen, almost ran away when two plain-clothed detectives turned up at a local charity on Sydney’s northern beaches

The father of Justine Ruszczyk has rejected an apology from Mohamed Noor , the policeman who shot Justine Ruszczyk was shot dead by Noor in July 2017 after she had called the police to report a possible It doesn't bring back my daughter ," John Ruszczyk told 7.30. Read more here: https

"I don't want him to spend too much time in jail if my daughter is around, but my daughter is not around.

"So under those circumstances, he has to pay a penalty."

Speaking publicly for the first time since Noor was sentenced to 12 and a half years for third degree murder and manslaughter, Mr Ruszczyk said that the family were satisfied with the outcome.

"We were happy that he received the maximum penalty because it showed that the court was paying attention to what the prosecutors had presented, and what the jury had listened to," he said.

They had been worried that Noor may have not even been charged.

"We realised there is a significant percentage of the US population who believe that the police can do no wrong, that the police are there to protect us and whatever they have to do to protect us, they should be allowed to do that," he said.

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On July 15, 2017, Justine Ruszczyk , also known as Justine Damond, a 40-year-old Australian-American woman, was murdered by Mohamed Noor , a Somali-American Minneapolis Police Department officer

"And if there's collateral damage, meaning innocent civilians like Justine, if from time to time somebody like that is a victim of a criminal act by the police, that should be ignored, and should not be prosecuted."

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"It calmed us down," Mr Ruszczyk said.

"It gave us an umbrella. That stopped the rain from coming down on us."

He recounted one incident involving his partner Marion Hefferen while she was volunteering at a local charity on Sydney's northern beaches several months after the murder.

A police car pulled up outside the shop and two plain-clothed detectives got out, with guns exposed.

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Father of Justine Ruszczyk rejects apology from cop who murdered her. It doesn't bring back my daughter ," John Ruszczyk told 7.30. "I don't want him to spend too much time in jail if Mr Ruszczyk said the incident had affected his family so much that his partner, Marion Hefferen, almost ran away

The father of Justine Ruszczyk has rejected an apology from Mohamed Noor , the policeman who shot Justine Ruszczyk was shot dead by Noor in July 2017 after she had called the police to report a possible It doesn’t bring back my daughter ,” John Ruszczyk told 7.30. Read more here: https

"Marion gasped and she told me she almost ran away," Mr Ruszczyk said.

"And one of her colleagues had to go and comfort her and calm her down."

Before bringing Marion back to the shop, the colleague had explained to the officers who Marion was and what she had just experienced.

"When she came back, the officers were standing there and they had their hands up," Mr Ruszczyk said.

"And they said, Marion, our guns are in the car.

"They said, we can assure you this would not have happened in Australia.

"We are not trained like that, we would not have shot out of the car, we would not have shot across our partner.

"We would not have shot at an individual who was not a threat."

'I'm a better person because of Justine'

Mr Ruszczyk also revealed that three former prime ministers had phoned him to offer support.

"The then-current prime minister Malcolm Turnbull … called. I spoke with him," he said.

"John Howard made himself available. I spoke with John Howard.

"And Tony Abbott, who was our local member up there, he made himself available. He said anything I can do, John, to make sure that the Fed is taking care of you, let me know.

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John Ruszczyk rejects as "inappropriate" an apology from Mohamed Noor , the policeman who shot and killed his daughter Justine , and says the family is satisfied with Noor ' s sentence. An organisation representing LGBT Catholics around the world has been denied permission for a stall at “There’ s a

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"As far as I know, I didn't get a call from the President of the United States."

But the family did receive tremendous support and numerous acts of kindness from individuals in the US.

When they first arrived in Minneapolis just after Justine's death, family and friends gathered for lunch at a local pub.

"Justine's name was on everyone's lips, and someone tapped me on the shoulder," Mr Ruszczyk said.

"And it was one of the waitstaff, a young man, and he said, are you Justine's dad?

"I said, yes.

"He said, well, I knew Justine and Justine helped me. I was in a bad spot and she helped me get out of that spot. And I'm a better person because of her."

The young man spoke to others at the table and then he left.

But there was a surprise when the family went to pay the bill.

"They said, it's all been taken care of," Mr Ruszczyk said.

"This young man had taken care of it. He said 'it was on me, for Justine'.

"It was a gracious and kind act which was totally unexpected. He did it because of Justine."

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