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US Fact check: Viral post misstates amount of Justine Damond family settlement

01:40  14 october  2020
01:40  14 october  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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Did the family of Justine " Diamond " receive a million settlement after she was fatally shot by a police officer The Facebook post (which misspells her last name) opens: """Source: Black Diaspora: Meet Justine Diamond (left). She is an AUSTRALIAN -AMERICAN who was gunned down

The family of murdered Australian life coach and yoga instructor Justine Ruszczyk Damond will receive a record $US20m ($A29 million) in a settlement from the city of Minneapolis. The family ’s lawyer said Damond’s father, John Ruszczyk, and brother Jason were satisfied with the payment

The claim: Justine 'Diamond' family received a $55 million settlement while Breonna Taylor’s family was offered a $12 million settlement

In September, a Kentucky grand jury indicted a former Louisville police officer on three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment for shooting into neighboring apartments but did not charge any officers in their roles in the death of Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old unarmed Black woman.

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News of the settlement comes days after the family of Justine Damond (left) filed a lawsuit seeking more than million, claiming civil rights It is believed to be the largest settlement stemming from police violence in the state of Minnesota. Jury convicted former police officer Mohamed Noor of

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In the weeks following that decision, outrage and frustration has erupted across social media platforms. Viral posts compare Taylor's case to Justine Damond, an unarmed white woman killed by a Minneapolis police officer in 2017.

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A Sept. 23 Facebook post reads: “Meet Justine Diamond (left). She is an AUSTRALIAN-AMERICAN who was gunned down by a Minneapolis police officer (who was black) as she approached a squad car. Her killer Mohammed Noor was promptly arrested, tried and convicted. Not only that. The family of Justine Diamond was awarded $55,000,000 in a settlement.” The post has been shared almost 6,000 times.

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The post, which includes a side-by-side photos of Taylor and Damond, goes on to compare Damond's settlement to Taylor’s $12 million settlement offer.

“Two women, killed wrongly by those sworn to protect. But a $40,000,000 gap in how their lives are VALUED. But 'ALL LIVES MATTER' right? Just not the same apparently. But it gets better... Not only that, but one's killer is in jail ...the other's killer is clocking in for work as we speak," the post reads.

USA TODAY reached out to the user for comment.

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Damond family received $20 million settlement

On July 15, 2017, Mohamed Noor, a Minneapolis police officer who had been on the force since March 2015, fired his weapon from the passenger seat of his squad car, killing Damond, USA TODAY reported.

Damond, 40, had recently moved from Australia and was calling to report what she believed was a sexual assault taking place nearby.

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During his trial, Noor testified that he heard a loud bang on the side of the driver’s side of the vehicle and saw Damond at the window, believing she was a threat.

On April 20, 2019, Noor was convicted of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. He was sentenced to around 12.5 years in a Minnesota prison.

In July 2018, Damond's family filed a lawsuit asking for $50 million in compensation for violating her constitutional rights, the StarTribune reported. The city settled a lawsuit with the Damond family for $20 million.

Breonna Taylor settlement

Taylor, a 26-year-old emergency room technician, was shot six times by police and died in the hallway of her apartment during an attempted drug search that went wrong.

Taylor had no history of drug offenses and neither did her younger sister, Juniyah Palmer, with whom she shared her apartment, USA TODAY reported.

Six months after her death, Louisville city officials unveiled a $12 million settlement that included a number of changes to Louisville Metro Police policy, practices aimed at strengthening officers' community connections, and reform of the search warrant process, the Courier Journal reported.

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Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly and Officer Myles Cosgrove, who together fired 18 shots – six that hit Taylor – were not charged in Taylor's death.

The grand jury indicted Brett Hankison on three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment for firing through the wall of a neighboring apartment.

Fact check: Viral meme listing Breonna Taylor 'truths' includes misinformation

Our ruling: Partly false

Justine Damond's family did not receive a $55 million settlement. The city of Minneapolis reached a $20 million settlement agreement. The post accurately states that Breonna Taylor's family accepted a $12 million settlement from the city of Louisville. We rate this claim as PARTLY FALSE.

Our fact-check sources:

  • USA TODAY, July 17, 2017, Officer accused of shooting Australian 'healer' identified
  • USA TODAY, April 30, 2019, Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in shooting of unarmed Australian woman
  • The New York Times, May 3, 2019, Minneapolis to Pay $20 Million to Family of Police Shooting Victim
  • Star Tribune, May 4, 2019, Minneapolis agrees to pay $20 million in death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond
  • USA TODAY, Sept. 26, Fact check: Viral meme listing Breonna Taylor 'truths' includes misinformation
  • Courier Journal, Sept. 15, Louisville agrees to $12 million settlement, police reforms in Breonna Taylor lawsuit
  • USA TODAY, Sept. 23, Kentucky grand jury indicts 1 of 3 police officers in fatal Breonna Taylor shooting – but not for her death

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