There’s been another interracial police shooting death of an unarmed victim in America.

     Big news?  Not this one, apparently.

     This time, it was a black officer in a Minneapolis police car who shot down an unarmed 40-year-old white female who (get this) was the complainant on a suspicious person call in the neighborhood.  That’s right.  One would think that would justify a riot. Read on:

     On the night of July 15, the blonde yoga instructor, Justine Diamond, had called 911 fearing that a man had accosted someone in the alley behind her house. As the police car arrived, with two cops inside, she approached the driver’s side, still in her pajamas, to explain what she had seen. Suddenly, two minutes later, the officer sitting in the passenger side – for no apparent reason – pulled out his service revolver, reached across to his left, and fired through the driver’s window, killing the young woman.

     That was six days ago. The police department has not released any information, other than one statement the officer made saying he felt “spooked” and another that he thought he heard “noise.” Other officers were obviously not spooked, but what does that matter.

     Oh yes, and the shooter’s name: Mohamed Noor, born in Somalia. (Minneapolis has a sizeable Somali population)

     Allegedly, the officer is refusing to talk to investigators.

     The media is making a big issue of the fact that the officers did not have their body cameras working. But that’s a distraction from the basic known facts. There is the other officer who was  an eyeball witnesses. This should be a wrap.

     Undoubtedly, the city officials are faced with a conundrum, that a local police officer may have wrongly gunned down an innocent civilian and the ethnic and religious components of victim-shooter could ignite a firestorm.  After all, it’s not every day that a black, Muslim police officer shoots and kills (allegedly) an unarmed complainant.

     The officer has been on the police department only two years. In that time, he was the subject of three citizen complaints, the last being in May of this year by a woman who claims to be a victim of false imprisonment, assault and battery. The law suit is pending.

     The mayor of Minneapolis is proud that the department has been diversified, with at least 6 Somali cops on the job. My question would be; to what degree were job standards adjusted in order to qualify the Somalis? I doubt we’ll hear anything about that.

     We certainly cannot condemn the shooter at the early stage. For sure, the city administration would be reluctant to charge a Somali Muslim because of the anticipated backlash it would bring. But then, there is equal justice under the law. Well…there’s supposed to be.

     Justine Diamond was from Australia, engaged to an American.

Click here: The MISSING TWO MINUTES: Timeline of Muslim cop who KILLED pajama-clad unarmed woman leaves out two crucial minute

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  1. RH Plager July 21, 2017 at 11:55 am #

    Well researched Captain Frank; the time for the U.S.A. especially the Christians and Jews to wake up, read the Koran and find out we are in trouble.


  2. Charles Pierce July 21, 2017 at 12:09 pm #

    I am willing to bet that the weapon was a Glock! You are correct many question, I understand that the officer is now talking with the police. Many things bother me about the shooting but I can not see any proof that the officer was a radical Islamist, we need to reserve judgement on that one. I do believe that the officer was poorly trained and lacked some personal discipline, why would you have your weapon out in the vehicle when it would be in the hand you need to open the door, why would you shoot across your partners body, endangering him in the process, and most importantly why were the body camera off?
    I firmly believe that the ROE being used by the police are far to lax and they need to be strengthened. I spent 20 years in the Military I was commissioned as and Armor Officer but for 16 of those years I also served as a Airborne/Ranger qualified individual. In many case we were not allowed to shoot until we received fire, this is a bit extreme but you can not shoot based upon a perception that the individual presents a danger to you.

  3. Bill July 21, 2017 at 12:25 pm #

    In my short time in law enforcement, I found being an officer, a mind numbing job, After a time I was just to scared to do it. I don’t care if the officer was a muslim or not. He was a human being that made a great mistake. Anyone could have done this. Pray for the officer and the poor victim.

  4. Peter Aydelotte July 21, 2017 at 12:28 pm #

    Well I have been in my share of shooting incidents, have had a lot of do not shoot incidents , jumped a subject with a gun who I was 99% sure had a gun but someone who he pointed the gun at stated he might have a gun and that person was closer, yup a 9MM ready to go , there is no way this woman should have been shot nor had a gun even pointed at her.
    ThE WORLD IS GETTING STRANGER, Glad to be retired and living in a good place.
    Will be following this one closely, Good words as always Marshall.

  5. Larry Usoff, USN retired. July 21, 2017 at 1:05 pm #

    Marshall, the case, if handled correctly, is open-and-shut. Police officer shoots an unarmed civilian for no apparent reason. However, as you(and others) have pointed out, there IS a reason. His “Muslim-ness” kicked in and he saw an opportunity to kill an infidel which, according to his holy book, is what is supposed to happen where and when they meet. My not-so-humble opinion is that this will be white-washed, swept under the rug and eventually forgotten…but I could be wrong. Whatever defense Noor mounts could probably be defeated by a second-year law student. Have a great weekend

  6. Charlie Moose July 21, 2017 at 1:24 pm #

    A lot of questions, a lot of second guessing and a lot of Monday morning quarterbacking. I don’t believe Officer Noor fired because he is Muslim. I think he made a serious mistake and his reaction to fire was due to the recent ambush killing of the female NYPD officer where a black male walked up to the police vehicle she was sitting in and fired through the window, not saying a word, not giving her a chance to react to his approach, subsequently killing her. As far as the body cameras go, even if they had been turned on, the lens focus would have been towards the front of the police vehicle as both officers were sitting in the vehicle obviously facing forward. The body cameras may have been able to pick up sound but we’ll never know. Another tragedy. Another senseless police shooting. Another black eye for police officers all over the country. Another innocent victim laid to rest because of an over-reactive panicked response. But what did we always say? Better to be judged by 12 then be carried by six. I agree with Pete. I’m glad I’m retired. I miss the guys – I don’t miss the job.

  7. Donald July 21, 2017 at 2:33 pm #

    The officer who shot the victim should be indicted and prosecuted. If he is innocent of any crime, supported by facts, he should be exonerated, otherwise he should have to spend some time in prison and make restitution to the woman’s family. On the surface it appears there can be no justification for the shooting.

  8. Jonesy July 21, 2017 at 2:33 pm #

    Most of the media has indeed been ignoring the fact that the officer that did the shooting (for reasons that have escaped everyone so far), is in fact a Somali Muslim. Had it been a white officer shooting a Somali Muslim woman, the media would have been besides themselves.
    I tend to lean with the bloggers above who feel the Muslim cop felt he had a chance to kill an infidel, and took it. Black eye indeed to all officers out there who still do a fabulous job. That the body cameras were not on, is only indicative of the fact that the officers did not think there was any big thing going on…they were writing a routine report. Cops don’t go around with body cams on for their whole shift…that would be overly intrusive into the private business of the individual officer and a waste of energy, video and audio recording. The media has been hung out to dry here in a way. They want to nail a cop, because that makes their day…but the fact he is a member of an ideology of hatred the media is trying to embrace, ruins their day.
    Meanwhile, a poor woman just trying to report an issue to the police as a good citizen has been murdered in a tiny act of jihad. We can expect more of this sort of thing.

  9. Eileen July 21, 2017 at 3:32 pm #

    The evil doers are succeeding, slowly but surely. They’ve thoroughly infiltrated our society; and we are, indeed, being destroyed from within. So sad for my granddaughter and generations to come.

  10. Just Me July 21, 2017 at 6:10 pm #

    Expecting a Muslim policeman to tell the truth as to why he murdered this white woman is an unrealistic expectation. Muslims practice Taqiya which permits them to lie to get out of a jam or to further the Islam faith.

    And by the way, I don’t care if any group has “Diversity” or not. I only care that the person they hire is the best for the job regardless of their race, creed, sex, etc.

  11. Joe July 21, 2017 at 7:37 pm #

    This tragic incident has nothing to do with race, gender or ethnicity of ANY of the involved parties. This terrible loss of life is 100% the fault of the Black Lives Matter movement! The BLM movement started on a false narrative (Hands Up-Don’t Shoot), proven to be false by three different investigating entities, including one conducted by the most racist and divisive Attorney General in US history. It then morphed into a group calling for the assasinations of LEO’s across the country, “What do we want – dead cops; When do we want it – NOW” followed by “Pig’s in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon”. In the recent past, we’ve seen a sniper attack on Dallas cops, ambush’s in Baton Rouge, SW Florida, Atlanta, Seattle and elsewhere. In 2016, ambush attacks on police were up 167%, according to statistics compiled by NLEOMF. I don’t know Officer Noor or his partner, nor do I know anything about policing in Minneapolis, but having done the job for 33 years, I DO remember what it’s like to enter a darkened alley where a crime may be in progress. As a 2 year rookie, going into that alley, his physical senses were on hyper-drive searching for trouble, but his mind was pre-occupied with the recent ambush of NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia, shot by an assailant who walked up to her police vehicle!!!

    This matter MUST be fully investigated, including all relevant testimony and examination/analysis of all forensic evidence. If the completed investigation proves that Officer Noor violated departmental policy or the law, he should be punished as appropriate. Note to Donald; in criminal matters “the supported facts” are REQUIRED to “indict and prosecute”, NOT “to exonerate”, you have it backwards!!

  12. Bob James July 21, 2017 at 10:49 pm #

    Well, look at what we have here! Three years ago, a male African/Somali/Muslim Negro immigrant who believes in Sharia law became a police officer on the Minneapolis, MN police department. Just these facts, and these facts alone, along with the merest common sense, should have precluded the consideration of this person for any law enforcement job, let alone an armed policeman with a major American city’s police force.

    But they just love all that wonderful diversity in Minnesota. The Minneapolis, MN Chief of Police is a female, a proud, practicing lesbian and for good measure, a native American. And she is very proud that she has nine African/Somali/Muslim Negro immigrants working for her as police officers. It is not surprising that Officer Mohammed Noor, possibly enraged to see an unarmed, beautiful blonde white woman dressed in her pajamas approaching his squad car as sinful infidel and decided to execute her in the name of Allah. Does this sound preposterous? Uh, does anyone remember 9/11?

  13. Edward A. Hensley July 22, 2017 at 1:14 am #

    Looking beyond this horrible tragedy, it seems the MPD, at the direction
    of their pretty PC Lady Mayor, has lowered both hiring standards and
    “Shoot or Don’t Shoot” training standards. Which raises the question,
    Will AG Sessions seek to harass & control the MPD, as did then AG
    Eric Holder badger the Ferguson PD, after the gentle giant was shot,
    in what proved to be a justifiable self defense police shooting? That
    will depend on what pressure the Australian Government may apply,
    in searching for honest answers. If local and state MN officials seek
    to do a PC white wash on this tragic shooting, I do hope the Aussies
    will demand Federal Civil Rights Violation Charges against Noor.

  14. Lee Martines July 22, 2017 at 4:37 am #

    News today is that the Minneapolis mayor asked the Police Chief to resign, which she did.

  15. Roger L Cox July 22, 2017 at 6:52 am #

    I think Minneapolis, some of it’s environs, politicians, liberalism, diversity and it’s wish to be like CA, OR and WA is a stain on the once proud heritage of the state of Minnesota. I wish them well but their social extravagances and liberalism will not serve the politicians or citizens well. It won’t take long.

    • Mike July 22, 2017 at 12:39 pm #

      strange world – and getting weirder — Go Trump

  16. Ron Fischer July 22, 2017 at 1:55 pm #

    The damage done to all law enforcement departments will take generations to overcome. Clearly, America needs to be far more discriminating about who comes into this country and what those people are doing while they are here.

    There is no question that Muslims should remain in the Middle East and not be eager to come to our country. There are simply too many Christians, Jews, and peace loving Americans to contend with in America for them to feel safe and comfortable in their own religion.

  17. Adamsalan July 24, 2017 at 11:12 am #

    “My question would be; to what degree were job standards adjusted in order to qualify the Somalis?” Good question Captain.
    Having worked in law enforcement since the 1970’s (hired with Miami-Dade) I’ve seen the hiring standards lowered over the years. I remembered that one had to be at least 5’8″ to be hired. Then the Feds came in and said no, police departments can have no height standards. Over the 40 plus years the hiring standards have been going in the wrong direction. We all need to be “PC” you know. Marvelous.
    Captain…job standards have not been “adjusted,” they’ve been lowered.

    The chickens are coming home to roost.

  18. freewoman July 25, 2017 at 9:24 pm #

    Have searched the net and can find absolutely no evidence that “a male African/Somali,/Muslim Negro immigrant who believes in Sharia law”, namely Mohamed Noor, acted as he did because of his religious beliefs.

    Please inform me if I am wrong about this.

    Thus far, it seems to me to be that the Minneapolis police department failed to train him properly.

  19. clearstory August 12, 2017 at 12:31 pm #

    There is a big difference in the opinions Americans regarding police,of weather they grew up in a small town or city or a large one.
    I grew up in a large city and was White,However, my father gave me the talk. I grew up where a lot of police lived as it was on the border of the city. All the police I knew were great people.However,we knew as the majority of good police were honest,but more than a few had safes for their drop guns and cash from looking the other way.
    The problem with law enforcement is that those who seek that profession are mostly to the political right and extermist right and most bring that to the job. Next he honest police do not report the crooked police and like the military they protect their own and view civilians as the enemy and rarely held accountable.
    I feel law enforcement can be improved by greatly limiting ex-military and none form the extermist element of the military. There are fewif any progressive open minded individuals after they been any military and none from the Marines or Seals. Next police should
    remain in good physical condition.When there is a press conference the most obese person on stage is wearing a uniform. We need more good police we need to pay them more and we need to respect them more than we fear them.