“Armed and Dangerous” Black Campus COP on the Run, Charged with Beating Girlfriend

SAMUEL ELLIS, III. ON THE RUN.

Black Samuel could have had a nice career in law enforcement, earning a decent wage and ultimately retiring with a pension.

As it is, his job in police work is over for good.

That old lack of self control caused by deficient frontal lobes in the brain gets them every time.

WAFB

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) –
The Baton Rouge Police Department reported the vehicle belonging to Samuel Louis Ellis III, 25, who is being sought for allegedly beating his girlfriend, has been found.

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Somali Cop Who Fatally Shot Justine Damond Finally Charged with Murder as “Blue Wall” of Silence Breached by Grand Jury

MOHAMED NOOR. MINNESOTA COP’S MUGSHOT.

I think this is my 10th post on the Justine Damond murder.

Finally, we get to see Mohamed Noor, the cop who fired a bullet into Justine, killing her, in a mugshot instead of a police uniform.

Kudos to DA Mike Freeman for breaking through the blue wall of silence that had cops refusing to talk to investigators. Freeman is a hero for getting together a grand jury and issuing subpoenas to force zip-lipped cops to talk.

Excerpt from NBC News

A police officer who mistakenly shot and killed an Australian woman last July in Minneapolis was indicted on a charge of third-degree murder Tuesday, and the city’s top prosecutor blamed “uncooperative” cops for slowing down the investigation.

Officer Mohamed Noor was also charged with second-degree manslaughter in connection with the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, according to records from the Hennepin County Jail. Bail was set at $500,000.

NBC News is ahead of itself. There is no evidence that Noor “mistakenly” shot Justine. That’s not the kind of mistake that’s easily made. From what we know about Noor, it’s conceivable that he deliberately killed her, based on his hatred of women and of white people. That’s only a theory, mind you, but if NBC can get ahead of itself so can the rest of us.

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Justice for Justine? Secret Grand Jury Probing Justine Damond Murder by Filthy Somali Cop

JUSTINE DAMOND. SHOT, KILLED BY MOHAMED NOOR.

For once, street protests by white people against a black on white crime seem to be bearing fruit.

Daily Mail

The family of Justine Damond has welcomed a secret grand jury to probe key witnesses under oath about why a police officer shot dead the Australian life coach.

MOHAMED NOOR, PICTURED RIGHT.

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Police remove white nationalists’ memorial for woman shot by Somali Muslim cop as Jew mayor-elect condemns memorial

JUSTINE DAMOND. MURDERED BY A NOG MUSLIM COP.

I’m sitting on the library patio in 40 something degree weather doing my final post of the day. It’s an important one so I don’t mind shivering a little.

If you’re white and you don’t get the idea of white genocide at this point, what’s it going to take.

Mohamed Noor has the support of the Minneapolis police and the political establishment, including the Jew mayor-elect.

Fox News

A memorial created by a white supremacist group to honor an Australian woman killed by a Somali officer last summer has been removed by Minneapolis police.

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Negroid Muslim Cop Who Killed Oz’s Justine Damond Gets an Earful from Her Father

VICTIM AND KILLER, A MINNESOTA COP.

JUSTINE’S FATHER JOHN RUSCZCZYK AND PARTNER.

First, there was no justice for Kate Steinle.

Now, it’s increasingly looking like there’s no justice for Justine Damond.

It’s open season on white women in America, but only if you’re a nonwhite POS.

Justine Damond’s father is not happy and so he’s spoken out in a very mild way. It’s probably best for him to be mild, but the comments at youtube take a stronger position. And rightly so. Her killer should be on trial for murder.

Yahoo

The father of an Australian woman who was fatally shot by a Minnesota police officer this year said he was “deeply concerned” about the state’s investigation into her death.

“We are apprehensive that perhaps the BCA [Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension] has not fulfilled its promise,” John Ruszczyk, the father of Justine Damond, said at a news conference in Sydney this morning.

“We are deeply concerned about the possibility that the initial investigation was not done properly,” he added.

Damond, 40, was fatally shot by Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor on July 15 after she called 911 to report a possible assault near her home.

JUSTINE WITH FIANCE AND HIS SON.

The fact that the Negro Muzzie (two Affirmative Action bonus points) refuses to speak to investigators speaks volumes in this case.

Even with the passage of time, he can’t come up with a lie to justify what was probably a cold-blooded case of murder motivated by the fact that Justine greeted the police in her PJs. In his world, women who do that deserve to die.

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White Cop Michael Slager Sentenced to 20 Years for Justifiable Shooting of Negro Walter Scott

DEEP STATE PROPAGANDA PHOTO OF CRIMINAL WALTER SCOTT.

American political prisoner Michael Slager, the white cop who shot and killed unarmed Negro Walter Scott, will be spending the best years of his life behind bars.

Slager’s downfall was the result of a cell phone video taken by a bystander that shows Slager firing at Scott as he ran away to try to evade arrest.

I’ve watched the video numerous times. I clearly see Scott struggling with Slager. I also see Scott trying to grab Slager’s gun at one point, before breaks free of Slager’s grasp and tries to make a run for it.

The Negro gods who rule America demanded a sacrifice and Michael Sager was it. The family of the deceased moron was awarded $6.5 million in a settlement with the city over his death.

ABC News

Former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager was sentenced today to 20 years in prison for the deadly shooting of unarmed black man Walter Scott.

U.S. District Judge David Norton ruled that Slager committed second-degree murder and obstruction of justice, when he shot and killed 50-year-old Scott in 2015. The second-degree murder ruling came with a recommended 19 to 24 year sentence.

Over the last two years I have seven posts on this case, including this one on the $6.5 million payout.

OFFICER MICHAEL SLAGER.

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It’s the Law: Allegedly Downlow Mohamed Noor Has to Give a Statement on the Justine Damond Shooting, But …!!!

Still employed Officer Mohammed Noor should have been subjected to police questioning the night he killed Justine Damond. As of this writing, he hasn’t been questioned, but he’s had plenty of time to put together his story. In fact, since he was riding with another officer at the time, both should have been questioned already.

Here’s an interesting tidbit: Noor allegedly fired around his partner to kill Justine while they were in the backseat of their patrol car. Were they having queer sex in the backseat, interrupted by Justine who had called police to report that either people were having sex in the alley behind her home or someone was being raped.

Remember, this is Minneapolis, where the Chief was a lesbian woman and the city is committed to “inclusiveness,” meaning hiring degenerates of all kinds.

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Mohamed Noor has a constitutional right not to talk with anyone pursuing potential criminal charges in the shooting death of Justine Damond on July 15.

But he’ll still likely have to talk with investigators.

If the Minneapolis Police Department opens an internal investigation into the shooting, the law requires him to talk if he wants to keep his job. But even if he does that, what he says to internal affairs can never be used in a criminal case.

“That’s the trade-off the Supreme Court made,” said Twin Cities employment attorney Marshall Tanick.

Tanick is referring to a 1967 ruling, Garrity vs. New Jersey, involving police in the Garden State accused of corruption. When the officers were questioned, they were told they could invoke their constitutional right not to talk, but if they stayed silent, they’d be fired. Prosecutors later used their statements to convict them.

The officers appealed, with the U.S. Supreme Court saying anything that public employees say as part of an internal investigation cannot be used in a criminal case.

“The Supreme Court wanted to encourage people to talk,” Tanick said.

In Minnesota, public employees under internal investigation are now read a Garrity Warning, which says that though they are not legally required to say anything, their employer requires it. If an employee doesn’t cooperate, or fails to tell the truth, they could get fired.

But the statement makes clear that any information gathered during an interview can’t be used in a criminal case.

“Because you are being required to provide information under the threat of disciplinary action, the information you provide, and any evidence resulting from the information you provide, cannot and will not be used against you in any subsequent criminal proceeding,” the warning reads.

Any use of information provided to internal investigators could derail a criminal case. Defense attorneys for two Minneapolis police officers charged with felony crimes unrelated to the Damond shooting are trying to use the Supreme Court’s Garrity decision to help their clients.

For Christopher Reiter, who faces a felony third-degree assault charge for allegedly kicking a man in the face in May 2016, his attorney is arguing that police and prosecutors used information from Reiter’s internal affairs interviews to help the criminal case. Reiter wants a hearing that could see the charges get dismissed.

Efrem Hamilton wants the Hennepin County attorney’s office tossed from his case as he faces felony assault charges for allegedly shooting at a car. In May, his attorney filed a motion arguing that prosecutors used internal information gathered as part of their case.

Judges for both cases have not ruled on the motions.

It’s worth noting that Garrity rights do not apply to private companies and employees. The constitution only protects people from the actions of government, said Don Taylor, a labor professor at the University of Wisconsin.

Garrity rights, Taylor said, are “a manifestation of the [U.S. Constitution’s] Fifth Amendment rights that everybody has that you can’t be compelled to incriminate yourself.”