The lead investigator for the Minnesota BCA took the stand again this morning in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor.
Investigator Chris Olson categorized the scene of the shooting of Justine Damond as a difficult place to get information. But he did recall hearing the word slap in reference to if Damond touched Noor’s police squad car, one of the key defense points in making a case for self-defense. 51 fingerprints were lifted from the squad car, but none could definitively be matched to Damond. Earlier in the trial, Olson had expressed frustration over both a lack of information and how Minneapolis police handled the scene.