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All evidence in Noor trial available for public viewing on Friday

May 24, 2019 06:31 PM

The court layed out all the evidence in the Mohammed Noor murder trial on Friday, including crime scene photos, police equipment and clothing worn the night of the shooting.

The viewing comes about three weeks after a jury found Noor guilty of third-degree murder and manslaughter in the shooting death of Justine Damond Ruszczyk.

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More than 300 court exhibits were made available to the public after media organizations -- including Hubbard Broadcasting -- argued that it should be available to view under the state's public record laws.

RELATED: Noor body camera video part of Minneapolis Police Department's 'departmental review'

The evidence included the blood-soaked pajamas that Justine wore the night she was killed. The front of the pink shirt is a reference to her native Australia.

The public and media organizations were allowed to obtain copies of all the evidence, with the exception of five body camera videos that the state is in the process of redacting because of their graphic nature.

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