A U.S. police officer who shot dead an Australian woman in 2017 was found guilty of murder on Tuesday by a Minneapolis jury.
The officer's body cameras weren't on and there isn't a video of the shooting.
Noor, 33, was charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter.
L’empereur Akihito abdique ce mardi — Japon
On l'a vu à Fukushima ainsi qu'après chaque catastrophe majeure: il s'est rendu au chevet des victimes pour les réconforter. En 1941, l'empereur Hirohito conduit le Japon dans la guerre, en tant que chef de l'armée impériale.
In his only public statement about the shooting, Noor testified that after he heard the loud noise, he saw fear in Harrity's eyes and heard his partner yell, "Oh Jesus!" as he went for his weapon. Noor said he then saw a woman in a pink shirt with blond hair appear at Harrity's window and raise her right arm.
Noor testified that a loud bang on his squad auto made him fearful, and he fired when he saw a woman appear who was raising her arm.
Four minutes after Damond had left her home, an officer was performing CPR on her.
Prosecutors argued that Noor acted unreasonably when he fired, and was too quick to assume that Damond was a threat. He was acquitted of second-degree murder.
Ms Damond was a life coach and engaged to be married a month after her death. After the shooting, hundreds of people marched in the streets demanding justice for her death.
L'actrice Anémone meurt à 68 ans
L'actrice et comédienne aura participé à une vingtaine de pièces de théâtre et tourné dans plus de 70 films. Sa dernière apparition était dans la pièce Les Nœuds au mouchoir de Denis Chérer.
In this 2017 photo Johanna Morrow plays the didgeridoo during a memorial service for Justine Ruszczyk Damond at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis.
Prosecutors attacked Noor for shooting without seeing a weapon or Damond's hands and questioned whether the loud bang was real. But Noor's bullet hit her in a key abdominal artery, and a medical examiner testified she lost so much blood so quickly that even faster medical care might not have saved her.
They also presented evidence during the trial that Ruszczyk's fingerprints were not found on the outside of the squad auto and put two police use-of-force experts on the stand who argued Noor was reckless in his decision to fire.
"It's a tragedy, but it's not a crime", Noor's attorney Thomas Plunkett told jurors Monday.
Noor's last day as an employee with the police department was in March 2018, but Minneapolis police would not comment on whether he resigned or was sacked.
This fantastic Jaylen Brown/Giannis Antetokounmpo photo perfectly sums up Celtics' win
Al Horford was the star of the show, finishing with 20 points, 11 rebounds, three assists, and three blocks. Jaylen Brown chipped in with 19 points and Gordon Hayward had 13 off the bench for the Celtics .