Discussion in 'Trials' started by Rocco, Jul 17, 2017.
No fingerprints on squad belonged to Justine Damond, specialist testifies
Noor trial: Ruszczyk fingerprints not found on police squad, BCA says
Everyone is probably afraid of her. She looks like a bulldozer.
Noor trial: Prosecutors question BCA decisions on crime scene
As i read the testimony from various people from the MPD it seems
they were hell bent on protccting Noor and throwing the victim
under the bus----from the BS stateme t that appears in tbe warrant
that the victim slapped the police car to executing a warrant to
search the victim's home,as though she was the perpetrator-it
is appalling and profoundly sad
Noor trial: BCA agent frustrated that MPD provided little information in early investigation
Olson had difficulty remembering who first suggested there was a slap on the squad car prior to the shooting but eventually said it was Barnette who said it.
Day 10 Of Mohamed Noor Trial: More Testimony From BCA Agents
Good ole Barnette.
she is a pieceof work
Expert says use of force was 'excessive and objectively unreasonable' in Noor trial
BCA investigator, digital forensic expert take stand in Noor trial
dbm - double post
Wow! Do we have overt evidence tampering?
Blatant was the word that popped into my mind, but overt is even better.
Actually I like blatant better.
Both great words
If that is correct that the buffer recordings were tampered with, I would think that the DA or the State Atty General office should be considering obstruction of justice or other charges against individuals in the MPD. That is ridiculous.
Agreed - so ridiculous!
All I can think about in this case, up to this point, is poor Justine. She was the victim IMO of an incompetent police department, complicated by cover ups, evidence tampering and outright lying. I don't believe one thing in this investigation was carried out in a professional competent and forthright manner. It was cover up right from the beginning---everything points to a cop who used unreasonable excessive force and everyone trying to protect him. My prayer is justice for Justine. I hope the jury gets it right. To those cops Justine was just a dead woman lying in the alley and they were thinking " how are we going to protect Noor"---
Hacker told the court Wednesday that being startled doesn't justify deadly force, and that an officer must first have to identify an actual threat.
"The most reasonable force in this situation would have been no force at all," he said.
Expert raps Noor's decision to fire; Ruszczyk 'did nothing wrong'