I get the feeling politicians in Minneapolis wish this case would go away...
Update: Powerline: An Update on the Damon Shooting Case
Jack Dunphy makes the case that there is no justification for what Officer Noor did and he will be convicted. Given his police background, Jack Dunphy is not one to make that statement lightly, but that of course assumes there will be criminal trial.
In the politically correct circus that is Minneapolis politics, it would not surprise me at all if no prosecution is pursued against Noor. I hope I am wrong because this is a case that likely warrants criminal prosecution (and the only reason I qualify that is I don't have all the facts yet).
I suspect Mohammed Noor will no longer be a police officer when this is over. Unfortunately, it would also not surprise me if sizable severance package may be thrown in by the City of Minneapolis to encourage him to go without a legal fuss.
Update: The decision whether to prosecute or not rests with Hennepin County, which includes the outer suburbs of Minneapolis. We wait and see what will happen.
Powerline: In the Damond shooting
EBL: Why did Officer Noor shoot Justine Damond?
American Thinker: What Has Happened To Minneapolis?
Milo: Why did Minnesota cops get a warrant to search Damond's home?
Daily Mail: Justine Damond's family is outraged over drug claims of Noor
Hot Air: BCA search warrant bumper slap? and Is Officer Mohammed Noor seeking immunity?
Instapundit: Jack Dunphy: Was Officer Noor Justified in Shooting Justine Damond, Hey, no riots, Powerline: Twin City police easily startled, Diversity is our Strength?, Noor's Attorney tries to blame the victim taking sleeping aid medicine?
Wombat: Weasel Zippers: Officer Noor Only Had Seven Months’ Training After Being Fast-Tracked Through Cadet Program, Shot In The Dark: Deep Thoughts From Minneapolis’ Next Mayor, Power Line: Bringing Literature To The Masses DiBlasio Style, also, Ouch! “Twin Cities Police Easily Startled” and The Geller Report: After Officer Noor Murders Woman, Muslim Council Member Demands “Changes That I Expect” From New Police Chief