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(Monica Akhtar/The Washington Post) MINNEAPOLIS — Justine Damond called police late Saturday night to report what she thought was a sexual assault occurring near the home she shared with her fiancé.It is unclear why the officer opened fire on Damond, a 40-year-old yoga and meditation teacher from Australia who was supposed to wed next month, and her death immediately drew renewed scrutiny of police officers in the Twin Cities area for their use of deadly force — and questions from her relatives and others in the community.I hope he thinks about that every day.” [A body cam captured a cop’s violent encounter with a teen — but a new law keeps the video secret] As Zach Damond was out watering plants Monday, neighbors came by to hug him and offer help. I’m angry.” In a Facebook post Sunday night, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, who represented the neighborhood as a city council member, said she is “deeply disturbed” by Damond’s death and called on investigators to release more information.The end of the alley where Justine Damond was shot is covered in chalk messages. “This is a tragedy — for the family, for a neighborhood I know well, and for our whole city. There is a long road of healing ahead, and a lot of work remains to be done.Minneapolis is still reeling from two controversial police-involved shootings that set off waves of heated protests and prompted nationwide calls for officers to wear body cameras.
State investigators say they will provide more information on the shooting after agents interview the officers involved — something that had not happened as of Monday afternoon, according to the BCA.
The officer in the passenger seat then shot Damond through the driver’s side door, the three people told the newspaper.
When asked about the Star Tribune report, Jill Oliveira, spokeswoman for the BCA, said only that the investigation is in its early stages and that the state agency will provide information as it becomes available.
“It doesn’t make any sense,” Damond’s stepson-to-be, Zach, said softly and through tears.
“I just want to have a conversation with that man.” Asked what he would say to the police officer: “Why? He has no idea the impact he had on thousands of people.