SIGforum.com    Main Page  Hop To Forum Categories  The Lounge    Weird police shooting
Page 1 ... 34 35 36 37

Moderators: Chris Orndorff, LDD
Go
New
Find
Notify
Tools
Reply
  
Weird police shooting Login/Join 
Coin Sniper
Picture of Rightwire
posted Hide Post
quote:
Originally posted by YooperSigs:
My guess is when MPDs liability carrier and their attorneys saw the records, emails and other documents that bring the truth to light, they thought that 50 million was a cinch for the victims family.
20 million to make it disappear.


This may have unintended consequences. Social media seems to have exploded with people freaking out because a black officer shooting a white civilian is worth $200M but a black man shot by a white officer is only worth a few hundred thousand to a few million. I'm guessing it won't be long before protestors hit the streets.




343 - Never Forget

Its better to be Pavlov's dog than Schrodinger's cat

There are three types of mistakes; Those you learn from, those you suffer from, and those you don't survive.
 
Posts: 34657 | Location: Above the snow line in Michigan | Registered: May 21, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Member
Picture of lastmanstanding
posted Hide Post
quote:
Originally posted by Rightwire:
quote:
Originally posted by YooperSigs:
My guess is when MPDs liability carrier and their attorneys saw the records, emails and other documents that bring the truth to light, they thought that 50 million was a cinch for the victims family.
20 million to make it disappear.


This may have unintended consequences. Social media seems to have exploded with people freaking out because a black officer shooting a white civilian is worth $200M but a black man shot by a white officer is only worth a few hundred thousand to a few million. I'm guessing it won't be long before protestors hit the streets.

This is Minneapolis Minnesota dude. SJW's never leave the streets. Protesters are just part of the landscape.


"Fixed fortifications are monuments to mans stupidity" - George S. Patton
 
Posts: 6194 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: June 17, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Member
Picture of Poacher
posted Hide Post
quote:
Originally posted by YooperSigs:
My guess is when MPDs liability carrier and their attorneys saw the records, emails and other documents that bring the truth to light, they thought that 50 million was a cinch for the victims family.
20 million to make it disappear.


the article states it will be paid out of Minneapolis' "self-insurance fund". Sounds like tax payer funded.




NRA Life Member

"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." Teddy Roosevelt
 
Posts: 2140 | Location: Newnan, GA | Registered: January 24, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Member
posted Hide Post
Self insured = Liability Carrier. From what I saw on the city website 20 million is the max payout.


End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
 
Posts: 8255 | Location: Marquette MI | Registered: July 08, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Member
Picture of Poacher
posted Hide Post
You got me. Ida thunk liability carrier is an insurance company.




NRA Life Member

"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." Teddy Roosevelt
 
Posts: 2140 | Location: Newnan, GA | Registered: January 24, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
10mm is The
Boom of Doom
Picture of Fenris
posted Hide Post
So if tax payers are paying, can tax payers sue for release of the records so they know what they paid for?




The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People again must learn to work, instead of living on public assistance. ~ Cicero 55 BC

The Dhimocrats love America like ticks love a hound.
 
Posts: 16494 | Location: Northern Virginia | Registered: November 08, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
wishing we
were congress
posted Hide Post
Powerline covered the case

They wrote the lawyer who led the lawsuit and said:

"I also wonder whether you think the prospect of discovery in addition to the guilty verdict affected the settlement."

Bob Bennett reply:

"Our discovery would have been broader, deeper and more painful than the prosecutor. I would judge that had an impact."

"Evidence and lots of it, not race, was the determining factor."

https://www.powerlineblog.com/...bennett-comments.php
 
Posts: 13238 | Registered: July 21, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
SIGforum Official
Eye Doc
Picture of bcereuss
posted Hide Post
Attorneys trying to get acquittal.

MINNEAPOLIS - Attorneys for former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor are asking a judge to acquit him of murder and manslaughter charges, arguing that there wasn't enough evidence to sustain the convictions.

A jury found Noor guilty of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter last month in the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk, who had called 911 because she thought she heard someone being assaulted in the alley behind her home.

Noor's attorneys argue in Tuesday's court filing that third-degree murder wasn't appropriate because the charge, which is described in statute as exhibiting a "depraved mind," was not appropriate. They cite other Minnesota cases, such as random shooting sprees or drivers speeding down the wrong way on a street, which they argue better fit the requirements of the charge.

"Mr. Noor reacted to dark alley in the middle of the night, thump on the squad, voice, body appearing at the driver's side window, the startled announcement of fear by officer Harrity as he reached for his firearm, and his observation that that the person in the window was raising their right arm," the defense's filing reads. "Mr. Noor's actions to defend his partner and himself, in the context of that night, are not evidence of the depraved mind envisioned by Minnesota courts for the last hundred years."

They also asked the judge to acquit Noor of second-degree manslaughter, which requires that a person's negligence created an unreasonable risk to cause death or great bodily harm.

"His actions were an attempt to minimize the danger he and officer [Matthew] Harrity believed was real at that moment," according to the defense's motion. "And after the fact, his shock and actions reveal a man with a heavy conscience, not a man acting in a conscious disregard for the risk he was creating."

The prosecution has not yet filed a response to the defense's motion to acquit.

Judge Kathryn Quaintance rejected a request in September by Noor's defense team to dismiss charges against him for lack of probable cause.

Noor's sentencing is scheduled for June 7. He could appeal his conviction after he's sentenced.
 
Posts: 2388 | Location: (Occupied) Northern Minnesota | Registered: June 24, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Peace through
superior firepower
Picture of parabellum
posted Hide Post
He's a coward and he should never have been given any authority in this country- a country of which he has no apparent understanding, and to which he should never been allowed to enter.
 
Posts: 86288 | Registered: January 20, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
semi-reformed sailor
Picture of MikeinNC
posted Hide Post
quote:
Originally posted by parabellum:
He's a coward and he should never have been given any authority in this country- a country of which he has no apparent understanding, and to which he should never been allowed to enter.


This!



"Violence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor.”
― Robert A. Heinlein, Starship Troopers

 
Posts: 5893 | Location: Texas! | Registered: October 07, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
SIGforum Official
Eye Doc
Picture of bcereuss
posted Hide Post
Prosecutor in Noor case entering alcohol treatment program

MINNEAPOLIS - Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman will be entering a treatment program for alcohol addiction.

The county’s top prosecutor, whose office won a recent conviction in the high-profile case of a Minneapolis police officer who killed an unarmed woman, issued a statement Friday saying he was evaluated for alcohol issues and agrees he needs treatment. He’ll be entering a “well-respected” program on Monday.

Freeman announced last Friday that he was taking a medical leave, citing “high stress.”

His statement this Friday said he has also worked to stabilize his “unacceptably high blood pressure.” He said he’s determined to reclaim his health and hopes to be back at work in mid-June. His top deputies will oversee the office in the meantime.

Freeman led the prosecution of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, who was convicted last month of murder and manslaughter in the July 2017 death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond. The dual citizen of the U.S. and Australia was shot when she approached Noor’s squad car minutes after calling 911 to report a possible rape behind her home. The case made international headlines.

Freeman, 71, has been county attorney since 2007 after also holding the office from 1991-99. He is the son of the late Orville Freeman, who was Minnesota governor and U.S. secretary of agriculture in the 1950s and ’60s.
 
Posts: 2388 | Location: (Occupied) Northern Minnesota | Registered: June 24, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Member
posted Hide Post
Will not have to travel far. Hazelden Betty Ford right there.
 
Posts: 4810 | Location: MS GULF COAST | Registered: January 02, 2015Reply With QuoteReport This Post
  Powered by Social Strata Page 1 ... 34 35 36 37 
 

SIGforum.com    Main Page  Hop To Forum Categories  The Lounge    Weird police shooting

© SIGforum 2019