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Authorities released no new details about what led to the shooting of Damond, whose fiance said she had called 911 to report what she believed was a sexual assault in an alley near her home.
The Hennepin County medical examiner said late Monday that Damond died from a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
Many on social media expressed revulsion - describing the sign as “disgusting” and labelling it “hate crime” - and the wording was also condemned by police.
“Victoria Police does not support the language of the poster and deems the message as inappropriate," a spokesman told au.
[What the Minneapolis police shooting tells us about the limits of body cameras] State investigators on Tuesday identified the officer who shot Damond as Mohamed Noor, who joined the department in 2015, and said the officer driving was Matthew Harrity, who joined the force last year.
A newspaper report said Damond was shot while standing alongside the car in her pajamas.The website is registered in the Australian offshore territory of the Cocos Islands.Authorities in the United Kingdom say their counterparts in Australia helped tip them off about the site's existence.Australia native Justine Damond, 40, who was set to marry her fiance in August, was fatally shot by a police officer on Saturday, July 15. The two officers were driving through an alley near the home of Justine Damond, 40, after she called 911 late Saturday to report a possible assault, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA), the state agency investigating the shooting.
(Monica Akhtar/The Washington Post) Investigators probing the death of an Australian woman who was fatally shot by Minneapolis police officers over the weekend said Tuesday that the officers were “startled by a loud sound” near their patrol car right before the shooting.
The information released Tuesday marked the first account from one of the officers about what happened at p.m.