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One family will be having an incomplete Christmas this year.— IDENTITY EVROPA (@IdentityEvropa) December 23, 2017
On Friday, Identity Evropa activists created a shrine for Justine Damond at the 5th Precinct in Minneapolis, MN, where her Somali-born killer – whom a judge recently decided not to charge – was assigned. pic.twitter.com/bzPntJq0aO
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Minneapolis police have removed a memorial created by a white nationalist group to honour an Australian woman killed by a Somali-American officer.
Identity Evropa said it created the "shrine" to Justine Damond after a prosecutor suggested there was not enough evidence to bring charges.
Damond, 40, was killed after calling police to report a woman screaming outside her Minneapolis home in July.
Officer Mohamed Noor fired at her when she approached his police car.
No formal charges have yet been brought against him.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman was recorded earlier this month telling a gathering of union members that he was frustrated at a lack of evidence to charge Mr Noor.
Mr Freeman has since apologised for his remarks, saying they were "ill-advised", and promised more details on the "status of our charging decision" in the coming days.
Identity Evropa said it had created the memorial of candles, flowers, a framed portrait and signs reading "United We Stand". In a statement on Twitter, the group claimed that a judge had decided not to bring charges, and said: "One family will be having an incomplete Christmas this year".
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