Former Police Officer Guilty Of Fatally Shooting A Woman Calling 911

A former Minneapolis police officer has been found guilty in the shooting death of an unarmed woman who had called for help. Tuesday's decision came after three weeks of testimony in the trial of Mohamed Noor, who's accused in the 2017 death of Justine Damond.

Following the jury's announcement, Noor was immediately taken into custody. Prosecutors say Damond, 40, had called police to report a possible rape near her home. Noor, who responded to the call, testified he heard a loud noise as he and his partner drove up. He then saw Damond appear at his partner's window and raise her arm.

He told jurors he opened fire in an attempt to save his partner's life. If you were a juror on this case, would this have been a difficult decision? Is there an argument to be made against making police officers afraid to do their jobs?

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