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Justine Damond's death 'didn't have to happen'

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BCA finishes Ruszczyk probe, sends case to Hennepin Co. attorney

But Freeman has said he won't be rushed, with the decision over whether to lay charges expected by the end of 2017.

Noor's partner, Officer Matthew Harrity, previously told detectives both he and Noor were startled by a loud noise when Damond approached their police cruiser - that's when the officer reached across Harrity and shot the Australian native through the driver's side window.

Noor has refused to give a statement to police.

A second degree manslaughter conviction would require Officer Noor to be found guilty of "culpable negligence" in firing on the unarmed Damond, and carries a maximum 10 years imprisonment.

The Star Tribune reports that Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman met with Minneapolis residents Sunday afternoon who questioned him about the death of 40-year-old Justine Damond.

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The BCA has handed over its findings to the Hennepin County attorney's office for consideration of charges.

"In Minnesota normally it's a charge of second degree manslaughter, ' Mr Freeman said".

Damond was a month away from marrying her fiance, Don Damond, when she was shot in a killing that has stunned the local Minneapolis community and her loved ones back in Australia.

Damond's fiancee, Don Damond, declined to comment outside the statement he released following the BCA announcement.

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said on Tuesday they have finished their investigation into Officer Mohamed Noor and have turned the case over to prosecutors for review.

"The BCA has concluded its investigation, but the wait continues for Justine's family and me".

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