According to a report by Reuters, the family of an Australian woman who was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police-officer last year after she called to report a suspected crime near her home has sued several police officers as well as the city on Monday. The civil suit reportedly filed in federal district court in Minnesota, accuses former Minneapolis Police Department officer Mohamed Noor and his partner Matthew Harrity of conspiring to conceal the facts around the shooting of 40 year-old Justine Damond and failing to record the incident on their body cameras. Noor, who was fired the day the charges were filed, was charged with second degree manslaughter and 3rd degree murder for shooting Damand as she approached the door of his patrol car.

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