Independent Sentinel by S. Noble
In the case of the Minnesota-Somali cop who inexplicably shot a white woman reporting a crime, no charges have been filed and the country attorney is blaming investigators. He said he wants “proof beyond a reasonable doubt” before he charges the officer and the officer won’t talk.
Prosecutors don’t need “proof beyond a reasonable doubt” and officers can’t avoid charges by not talking which makes the attorney’s comments confusing.
Mike Freeman, who is up for re-election in 2018, is the Minnesota country attorney who has been holding on to the case of the Somali officer in a community with a large population of Somalis.
Mohamed Noor is the police officer who, without explanation, killed Australian Justine Ruszczyk Damond as she was reporting a crime. Noor won’t submit to questioning in the case.
Freeman said he doesn’t have the evidence and claims investigators “haven’t done their…
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