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Mohamed Noor found guilty of third-degree murder, manslaughter; not guilty second-degree murder

Jurors have found former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor guilty of murder in the third degree and manslaughter in the second degree in connection to the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

However, he was found not guilty of murder in the second degree.

Damond had called 911 to report a possible crime occurring outside her South Minneapolis home in July 2017 when she was shot while approaching the vehicle with Noor and his partner Matthew Harrity inside.

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS live coverage of verdict

Noor had pleaded not guilty, claiming self-defense.

Read more: https://kstp.com/news/verdict-reached-mohamed-noor-trial-justine-damond-minneapolis/5329188/?cat=1 


Not really surprised by the verdict but very surprised how quickly the jury reached it. Now the question will be sentencing...

Mohamed Noor found guilty of third-degree murder, manslaughter; not guilty second-degree murder

Source: KSTP- ABC affiliate

Jurors have found former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor guilty of murder in the third degree and manslaughter in the second degree in connection to the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

However, he was found not guilty of murder in the second degree.

Damond had called 911 to report a possible crime occurring outside her South Minneapolis home in July 2017 when she was shot while approaching the vehicle with Noor and his partner Matthew Harrity inside.

Noor had pleaded not guilty, claiming self-defense.



Read more: https://kstp.com/news/verdict-reached-mohamed-noor-trial-justine-damond-minneapolis/5329188/?cat=1

'Still alive!': Notre Dame's 180,000 bees survive cathedral fire

'Still alive!': Notre Dame's 180,000 bees survive cathedral fire

Notre Dame Cathedral's bees, kept in hives on the historic church's roof, survived the fire earlier this week, the beekeeper says.

"I am so relieved. I saw satellite photos that showed the three hives didn’t burn. I thought they had gone with the cathedral," beekeeper Nicolas Geant told the Associated Press on Friday.

The 180,000 bees live in three hives on Notre Dame's roof as part of an effort since 2013 to help prevent bee die-off.

"I got a call from Andre Finot, the spokesman for Notre Dame, who said there were bees flying in and out of the hives which means they are still alive!" Geant told CNN.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2019/04/19/notre-dame-cathedral-fire-bees-alive-beekeeper-says/3518151002/

Amazing
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