ALERT: Signs Popping Up In Minneapolis After Muslim Cop KILLS White Woman- LOOK What They Say


Faux street signs painstakingly made to look like a legitimate street sign mocking the Minneapolis police are popping up all over the city.  The signs are made from metal and professionally painted, then mounted on street poles using heavy-duty screws, just like official city street signs.

The signs read “Warning: Twin Cities Police Easily Startled” and began appearing after the July 15 shooting of Justine Damond by Officer Mohammed Noor.  There are currently no leads as to who was responsible for making them and hanging them throughout the city.


Image: Sign mocking Minneapolis police


According to local news affiliate, KARE stated the signs imitate language used by Officer Matthew Harrity, Officer Noor’s partner.  Harrity told investigators that he and Noor were “startled” by a loud noise before Noor opened fire on the 40-year-old Aussie native.  Local authorities have been pulling the signs down as quickly as they can find them.

Officer Noor has retained counsel and to date has refused to cooperate or be interviewed by investigators.  Both he and Officer Harrity are on standard administrative leave while the investigation is conducted.  The Minneapolis Police Department did release Officer Noor’s police service record to the public but no details of his job performance were included.  Previously released records show he has been the subject of three complaints, one of which was dismissed, while the two others are still pending.

mohamed noor, justine damond

Damond’s family has also hired an attorney, seeking out attorney Robert Bennett.  Bennett also represented the mother of Philando Castile in a $3 million settlement to avoid a wrongful death lawsuit over Castile’s killing by police in a Minneapolis suburb last year.


This latest incident has opened the debate wide open on several fronts since Officer Noor was a Somali and is believed to have entered the country as a refugee. The controversy also contributed to the resignation of Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau last week at the request of Mayor Betsy Hodges. Hodges said she had “lost confidence in the chief’s ability to lead us further.” Hodges herself had protesters storm her press conference demanding that she also resign.  However, thus far Hodges has refused to do so.

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