CONFIRMED! Minneapolis Police Searched Justine Damond’s Home After They Killed Her?

There is no excuse for the unprovoked murder of an unarmed woman. Full stop. No matter how hard these pathetic people try to find a justification retrospectively.

Still, a lot of questions stayed unanswered after nearly two weeks after Somali cop shot and killed Justine Damond. Now a new question remains unanswered- Why investigators searched Damond’s house for bodily fluids, weapons, and drugs after the bride-to-be was shot and killed by a U.S. police officer.

According to court records released on Wednesday, investigators asked for two search warrants, one for the alley behind Justine’s house where she reported a potential rape, and another for her house itself.

This story just keeps getting worse. Trying desperately to justify their horrific actions. Afterall, they should search the cop’s house. The last woman he beat up, was left with permanent damage to her arm. He is a menace and should be charged.

Criminal expert Joseph Daly said there was no reason for detectives to search Damond’s home.

“When I read that I really cannot find probable cause to search her home,” Daly told 5 Eyewitness News. “I don’t understand why they’re looking for bodily fluids inside her home.”

“Whose bodily fluids are they looking for? Is she a suspect? I don’t understand why they’re looking for controlled substances inside her home. I don’t understand why they’re looking for writings inside her home. The warrant does not explain that to me,” said Daly.

“I think the Australians are going to go berserk if they think that the focus is on this woman as a suspect.”

Via KSTP, Minneapolis/St. Paul: “According to court documents, investigators applied for the warrant on the following grounds:

The property or things above-described was used as a means of committing a crime
The possession of the property or things above-described constitutes a crime.
The property or things above-described is in the possession of a person with intent to use such property as a means of committing a crime, or the property or things so intended to be used are in the possession of another to whom they have been delivered for the purpose of concealing them or preventing their being discovered.
The property or things above-described constitute evidence which tends to show a crime has been committed or tends to show that a particular person has committed a crime.”

Disgusting behavior by local authorities. Grasping for something…anything…to distract from their stupidity for allowing this guy to pin on a badge. It is so obvious that they are trying to do anything that can deflect blame from an incompetent police officer that leaves the city open to a massive lawsuit.

This just keeps getting worse. They should be apologizing instead of trying to blame the victim. They’re trying anything except placing the blame where it belongs.

Natalie D.

Natalie D.

Natalie D. is an American conservative writer! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot," and does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do," drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington.She is a "constitutional conservative".

4 thoughts on “CONFIRMED! Minneapolis Police Searched Justine Damond’s Home After They Killed Her?

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    July 28, 2017 at 7:44 pm

    If anything, police should be held to a higher standard than that of the public…As it stands now, police can commit crimes with impunity because, in most situations, they investigate themselves…Behavior that would get an ordinary citizen charged, convicted and incarcerated is routinely ignored by “the powers that be” because police are considered to be “above the law” as the “law” is whatever they say it is, the Constitution be damned…
    Ever notice that police unions are “fraternal”? This should tell you something. The “thin-blue-line” is a gang, little different than street gangs–at least when it comes to “covering-up” their questionable and quite often, illegal and criminal behavior.
    In today’s day and age, “officer safety” trumps de-escalation of force. This, in part, is due to the militarization of the police along with training in Israeli police tactics. This becomes a problem, with the “us vs. them” attitude that is fosters, along with the fact that Israel is a very different place, being on a constant “war footing”, its police tactics are very different.
    There are too many instances of police being “given a pass”, even when incontrovertible video and audio evidence is presented. Grand juries, guided by police-friendly prosecutors, quite often refuse to charge those police officers who abuse their authority.
    Police officers, who want to do the right thing, are quite often marginalized and put into harms way, by their own brethren…When a police officer is beating on someone that is already restrained while yelling, “stop resisting” THAT is but one reason police have a “bad name” in many instances…this makes the “good cops” who are standing around, witnessing their “brethren in blue” beating on a restrained suspect, culpable as well…
    Here are changes that can help reduce police-induced violence:
    1. Get rid of police unions. Police unions (fraternities) protect the guilty, and are responsible for the massive whitewashing of questionable police behavior that is presently being committed.
    2. Eliminate both “absolute” and “qualified” immunity for all public officials. This includes, prosecutors and judges, police and firefighters, code enforcement and child protective services officials, and others who deal with the citizenry. The threat of being sued personally would encourage them to behave themselves. Require police officers to be “bonded” by an insurance company, with their own funds. No bond= no job.
    3. Any public funds disbursed to citizens as a result of police misconduct should come out of police pension funds–NOT from the taxpayers.
    4. Regular drug-testing of police officers as well as incident-based drug testing should take place whenever an officer is involved in a violent situation with a citizen–no exceptions.
    5. Testing for steroid use should be a part of the drug testing program. You know damn well, many police officers “bulk up” with the “help” of steroids. Steroids also affect users mentally as well, making them more aggressive. The potential for abuse of citizens increases greatly with steroid use.
    6. Internal affairs should only be used for disagreements between individual officers–NOT for investigations involving citizen abuse. State-level investigations should be mandatory for all suspected abuses involving citizens.
    7. Prosecutors should be charged with malfeasance IF any evidence implicating police officer misconduct is not presented to the grand jury.
    8. A national or state-by-state database of abusive individuals who should NEVER be allowed to perform police work should be established–a “blacklist” of abusive (former) police officers.
    9. Most people are unaware that police have special “rules” that prohibit them from being questioned for 48 hours. This allows them to “get their stories straight” and makes it easier to “cover up” bad police behavior. Police must be subject to the same laws as civilians.
    10. All police should be required to wear bodycams and utilize dashcams that cannot be turned off. Any police officers who causes a dash or body cam to be turned off should be summarily fired–no excuses. Today’s body and dash cams are reliable enough to withstand harsh treatment. Body and dashcam footage should be uploaded to a public channel “on the cloud” for public perusal.
    11. All interrogations must be video and audio recorded. Police should be prohibited from lying or fabricating stories in order to get suspects to confess. False confessions ARE a problem in many departments. Unknown to most people, police can lie with impunity while civilians can be charged with lying to police…fair? I think not…
    12. Any legislation passed that restricts the rights of ordinary citizens, such as firearms magazine capacity limits, types of weapons allowed, or restrictive concealed-carry laws should apply equally to police. No special exemptions to be given to police. Laws must be equally applied.
    13 “Asset forfeiture” is a form of “legalized robbery under color of law” and must be abolished. We must return to Constitutional principles when it comes to “crimefighting”. The so-called “war on drugs” is actually a “war on the citizenry” and has had an extremely corrosive effect on the Constitutional principles that our country is (supposed to be) founded on.
    14. “No-knock” raids must be abolished as they put both police and (especially citizens) in harms way. Even the Nazis “knocked on the door” before gaining entry.
    Police work is not inherently dangerous…there are many other professions that are much more dangerous.
    A little “Andy Taylor” could go a long way in allaying fears that citizens have of police.

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    July 28, 2017 at 11:25 pm

    Ok, so they applied for warrants (I didn’t know they would need a warrant for public property i.e. the alley behind her home), but did the judge grant the warrants?
    This website seems to go for about half the story all the time and that borders on fake news. Or at least very amateurish journalism.

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      July 29, 2017 at 9:13 am

      You must be a cop or a copsucker…In many localities police have blank warrants with a stamped name of a judge, only supposed to be used for “exigencies”. Let’s face it…the whole “justice system” is rigged. You can bet that the somali cop will not spend a day incarcerated and will be “given a pass” once Justine Diamond’s home is searched. The cops WILL come up with something…


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