Policeman Mohamed Noor is told to stay quiet by fellow cops after fatally shooting Justine Damond

Mail Online | 7/15/2017 | Laura Withers For Daily Mail Australia;Hannah Moore
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Bodycam footage has captured the moment a US cop was told to 'keep his mouth shut' after gunning down unarmed Australian woman Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

Ms Damond was fatally shot outside her home she shared with her American fiancé, Don, and his son in Minneapolis in July 2017, after she called 911 earlier that evening to report a possible rape.

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In the alarming clip Mohamed Noor, the officer who shot Ms Damond as she approached the police car, appears sweat-soaked and visibly anxious while a fellow officer is heard telling him to 'keep his mouth shut'.

The bodycam footage, which was tendered to the court and was released on Thursday, sees Noor pace in distress while another cop offers him some advice.

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'You alright? Yeah. Just keep to yourself, keep your mouth shut,' an unidentified officer tells Noor in the clip.

An inaudible sound is heard before the voice continues.

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'Have to say anything to anybody. Alright,' they say.

They then tell Noor to 'hop in' the vehicle and 'sit with Ringer' before stating they were 'goin' off'.

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Appearing to be overwhelmed, Noor nods and says 'alright' before climbing into the squad car to sit with another officer.

In another clip, Harrity tells officers he had his gun drawn, but did not fire, whereas Noor did.

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'We got spooked,' he told them.

A video taken by a passing cyclist of Noor's partner Matthew Harrity performing CPR.

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In the clip taken by the cyclist, officers can be heard urging Ms Damond to 'stay with me' as they pump her chest.

A jury found Noor was guilty of third degree murder and second-degree manslaughter after a three-week trial in Minneapolis last month.

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The officer is appealing the charge, with his lawyers claiming Noor did not act with a 'depraved heart' and was instead trying...
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