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Here is Jack Marshall writing about the shooting of Ruszczyk.
The Shooting Of Justine Ruszczyk: How Mindless Tribalism Makes Justice
JUNE 9, 2019 / JACK MARSHALL
The shooter and the shot.
Former police officer Mohamed Noor was sentenced last week to spend 12 and
a half years in a Minnesota prison for shooting Justine Ruszczyk, an unarmed
woman he killed while on patrol in 2017. I don’t see how anyone could read
the facts of the case and not conclude that Noor was guilty of negligent
homicide. I don’t see how anyone could rationally complain that his sentence
was excessive, either.
Ruszczyk, who was white—unfortunately this fact is relevant—and soon to be
married, called 911 twice to report what she thought was a sexual assault
going on in the alley behind her Minneapolis home. Officer Noor and his
partner responded to investigate. Ruszczyk came out to the darkened alley
to meet them, presumably to explain what she heard or saw, and was soon
dead of a single shot, fired from the open patrol car window by Noor. At
the trial, Noor said he feared for his life when he saw Ruszczyk
approaching his cruiser and fired. “She could have had a weapon,” he said .
The reported crime, sexual assault, the officers were investigating did not
involve a weapon. If Noor’srationale was enough to justify shooting Janet
Ruszczyk, presumably an officer could justify shooting anyone, at any time.
Prosecutors argued that Noor acted unreasonably by firing at unknown
figure out his window without shouting a warning, and that it amounted to
third-degree murder. Well, of course it did. He was convicted by a jury in
April . Twelve years for recklessly killing an unarmed woman who was trying
to be a responsible citizen is not an unreasonable sentence, and is within
the sentencing guidelines for the crime.
So, you may ask, what’s the problem? The problem is that Noor is a Somali
immigrant, and his victim was white. Protesters from the area’s Somali
community gathered in the courthouse lobby last week, claiming that a white
officer would have been treated differently. “Wrong Complexion For Blue
Protection,” one sign read. Noor’s religion—he is Muslim-obviously
influenced his treatment by the court system, they said. The logic, to the
extent that there is any, is that white officers in Minnesota and other
parts of the country have escaped imprisonment for shooting unarmed blacks,
so Noor should walk free after gunning down Janet Ruszczyk for no disernible
reason whatsoever. In this blunt and illogical equating of dissimilar
tragedies, all that matters is the end results and the colors of the
Was Ms. Ruszczyk 300 pounds, resisting a lawful arrest, and charging an
officer who was calling on her to stop? No. Then the Mike Brown shooting is
irrelevant, Or, to use a shooting in Minnesota where an officer was recently
acquitted, the case involving the death of Philandro Castile, did Ms.
Ruszczyk tell an officer that she was carrying a gun, and then make a
movement that the officer said caused him to believe he was about to be
shot? No. If the comparison is to the horrible shooting of a 12-year-old
black child in Cleveland, also out a patrol car window without warning, it
is still unwarranted. There had been a report of a man with a gun, and the
boy, large enough to be an adult, was holding a realistic-looking toy. I
might have voted to convict the officers in that case, but it doesn’t
matter: Noor’s actions had none of those mitigating factors. Nor were the
cases in Pennsylvania and Tulsa, Cincinnati or South Carolina sufficiently
like the Ruszczyk shooting to justify calling Noor’s sentence evidence of a
This is tribalism and opportunistic political power manipulation through
bias and group identification. As such, it is un-American and corrosive to
our society and rule of law. Islam also has a version of the Golden Rule: is
it that difficult to think the Minneapolis episode through and think, “If
someone in my community was shot the way this woman was, I would certainly
want the police officer convicted and punished”?
That Noor, as the first Somali-American officer in his Minneapolis police
precinct, had been a source of pride in the city’s large Somali refugee
population—the mayor attended a welcome ceremony for him–shouldn’t matter at
all. The protests are redolent of the Los Angeles African-American
population rallying around O.J. Simpson.
We have to find a way to stop using presumed-prejudice as an excuse to
attack the justice system. We have to be able to educate the public
regarding how and why facts matter in trying cases, and criminal trialsare
not just black vs. white power struggles.
We have to build a multi-cultural consensus regarding fairness and standards
of justice, and to push back against cynical. emotional and ignorant
protests, instead of enabling them with a lazy and non-committal, “I can
certainly understand why they feel that way.”
We have to do all this, but as long as there is political currency in doing
the opposite. the use of tribalism to undermine the law will continue, and
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