Following Justine Ruszczyk’s murder verdict, Ex U.S. cop proposes peculiar prison sentence

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The Ex U.S. cop, who was responsible for shooting down Justine Ruszczyk, has suggested a perplexing sentence, as a way to honor her date of birth, and demise, that consists of 7 days of prison workhouse stints.

Post to being condemned of second-degree manslaughter and third-degree murder by a jury in April, the 33-year-old Mohamed Noor is to appear in Minneapolis before Judge Kathryn Quantance, facing a 12.5- year (maximum) prison verdict.

In a pre-judgment filing to Judge Kathryn Quantance, Noor has proposed that he be turned over to a low-security facility for the duration of a week on the date of birth and the date of demise of MsRuszczyk.

He has also put in a request for community service.

Thomas Plunkett and Peter Wold, lawyers of Mohamed Noor, stated in a memo to Judge Quantance how this judgment would honor MsRusczcyk’s memory and allow Mohamed Noor to be of service to the state.

They also add how this ensures Noor will continue to ponder over what he did and the huge loss his actions resulted in.

Noor has also proposed that he be sentenced to one year and one day in prison if Judge Quantance fails to agree.

The suggested verdict hasn’t been stated by the prosecutors.

Noor is accused of shooting down MsRuszczyk, aged 40, prior to her calling 911 so as to report a probable rape in the alley behind her house, on the 15th of July, 2017.

Seated in the passenger seat, Noor shot MsRuszczyk in the abdomen out the window of the car, when she approached their police vehicle.

According to the testimony of Noor and Officer Harrity (his partner), MsRuszczyk’s presence startled them.