Minneapolis Cop Shoots and Kills Australian Woman Through Door of His Car

The shooting of Justine Ruszczyk has attracted international attention and outrage for reinforcing the idea that American cops look at citizens as threats rather than employers who hire them to serve and protect them.
A Minneapolis police officer reportedly shot Ruszczyk, who was dressed in pajamas, while she was talking to his partner. The officer shot the woman through the driver’s side window of the squad car while in the passenger seat.
The officer who shot her was not identified but was placed on paid leave, according to the police chief, Janee Harteau. Neither officer had his body camera activated despite department policy. Because the cop shot her from inside vehicle, the incident was not caught on dash camera.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) is investigating the shooting, and acknowledged in a press release that the officers’ body cameras were off and that the dash camera didn’t

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