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Posted inPOLICING & JUSTICE

‘I caused this tragedy, and it is my burden’: Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, in his own words.

After fatally shooting Justine Ruszczyk in south Minneapolis, Mohamed Noor recounted in court how he’d arrived in America and his path to becoming a cop. Later, he apologized for his culpability in her death. With Mohamed’s resentencing this week, we took another look at his trial testimony. It’s not what many people in Minnesota remember.