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The police officer who shot and killed an unarmed Australian woman in mysterious circumstances after she called 911 to report a disturbance behind her upscale Minneapolis home has been identified.
Mohamed Noor, who joined the department in March 2015, reached over and shot Justine Damond, 40, multiple times from the passenger seat of his squad car while she spoke to his colleague on the drivers side in a back alley.
In an incident report released by police, Officers Matthew Harrity and arrived Mohamed Noor arrived in their squad car in the alleyway behind Ms Damonds’ house at 11.39pm, four minutes after the second call.
Soon after officers reported a shooting at the scene and called for backup from emergency services.
She said she thought the person had yelled "help" and added: "I don't think she's enjoying it." Eight minutes later, at pm, Ms Damond called again to say police had not arrived.
She said she was concerned they had the wrong address, and gave it again.
"It's disinformation..doesn't have any basis in fact." Ms Damond, 40, a spiritual healer and life coach who was due to be married next month, was shot by Officer Mohamed Noor.
Mr Bennett spoke to American TV networks following the release of a transcript which showed Ms Damond was shot after she made two 911 calls after hearing what she feared was a woman was being raped in an alley behind her home in Minneapolis.
A lawyer for cop Matthew Harrity says ’it’s certainly reasonable’ that his client and his partner thought they were being ambushed when Justine Damond was shot.
Fred Bruno, Mr Harrity’s lawyer, told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that his client and Mohamed Noor, who shot Damond, may have been spooked by a "loud noise" before the Australian woman approached the police car."It’s certainly reasonable to assume that any police officer would be concerned about a possible ambush under these circumstances," Mr Bruno said.
Mohamed Noor was in breach of his own police department's strict bodycam rules when he opened fire and killed bride-to-be Justine Damond.
He now faces severe punishment, even if exonerated over the shooting, and could lose his job for not following the guidelines.