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Old 30 April 2019, 19:01
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Found guilty:

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Old 30 April 2019, 19:26
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What bugs me is the lack of accountability on their part.
Man..... this did not age well.
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Old 30 April 2019, 20:18
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From what I know of the case I definitely support those findings.
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Old 30 April 2019, 20:48
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Good call. Now charge the politicians who let him on the street.
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Old 30 April 2019, 21:56
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Good. Now if they give him a meaningful sentence, I'll be impressed.
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Old 30 April 2019, 22:44
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Good. Now if they give him a meaningful sentence, I'll be impressed.
What’s meaningful? Give me a number.
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Old 1 May 2019, 00:14
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How do they get him on manslaughter and murder 3?
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Old 1 May 2019, 10:11
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and, cue the race card in 3, 2, Oh wait, too late.

In a statement, the Somali-American Police Association (SAPA) criticized the jury's decision.

"Officer Noor is the first police officer in Minnesota's history to be convicted of murder while in the line of duty," the statement read. "SAPA believes the institutional prejudices against people of color, including officers of color, have heavily influenced the verdict of this case. The aggressive manner in which the Hennepin County Attorney's Office went after Officer Noor reveals that there were other motives at play other than serving justice."

"SAPA fears the outcome of this case will have a devastating effect on police morale and make the recruitment of minority officers all the more difficult."
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Old 1 May 2019, 10:27
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Meh, him being Somali is doubtless the reason he even had the job. Which has proven to be a shit decision in retrospect. S/F....Ken M
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Old 1 May 2019, 11:05
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Australian Woman Shot After Dialing 911

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Max sentence.
Then the left can say it's cause he's black
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Old 1 May 2019, 11:47
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Max him out.

I hope to see the same headline for former DPD Officer Amber Guyger later this year...
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Old 1 May 2019, 12:18
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Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines

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Old 1 May 2019, 12:35
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What’s meaningful? Give me a number.
I'd be happy with 10-12 years.

I just don't want to see something like "We're just giving him a couple of years of probation and six months house arrest 'cause his life was ruined."
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Old 1 May 2019, 13:11
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One gets higher/stiffer sentencing if they kill a police officer, correct? And rightly so. But then should not the same hold true in the reverse since police are held to higher standards? Reason police killers get stiffer sentencing is cause one is not just killing the cop but assaulting the whole system of law, order, justice.

So if a cop is found guilty of murder/manslaughter his sentencing should be stiffer. As this sends a positive message to the public.
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Old 1 May 2019, 16:17
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Max him out.

I hope to see the same headline for former DPD Officer Amber Guyger later this year...
I disagree. I think she fucked up huge but genuinely believed the victim was an intruder in her home.
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Max sentence.
Then the left can say it's cause he's black
After reviewing the sentence rec’s, I concur on maxing him out.
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Old 1 May 2019, 20:25
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One gets higher/stiffer sentencing if they kill a police officer, correct? And rightly so. But then should not the same hold true in the reverse since police are held to higher standards? Reason police killers get stiffer sentencing is cause one is not just killing the cop but assaulting the whole system of law, order, justice.

So if a cop is found guilty of murder/manslaughter his sentencing should be stiffer. As this sends a positive message to the public.
Murder of a cop/ hate crime laws etc:

All feel good bullshit. If I’m a black cop and you kill me because I’m a black cop..... I’m still dead and you still committed murder.....does the reason matter?

He commited a crime under the color of law so he could (and should) be eligible for some extra.
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Old 2 May 2019, 10:00
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I disagree. I think she fucked up huge but genuinely believed the victim was an intruder in her home.
Well, she needs to be held accountable for fucking up huge because in all actuality, she was an intruder in his home and killed an innocent man through absolutely no fault of his own.

If Noor is guilty, Guyger is twice as guilty...
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Old 2 May 2019, 10:26
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Did I say she shouldn't be held accountable? I think there's quite a difference between shooting across the front of your partner from the passenger's seat and killing a woman in her pajamas vs shooting a man who you think is an intruder in your home.
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