In a message to the police, John Ruszczyk said "you have stolen our daughter and ripped her from our arms".
A pair of musicians play didgeridoos during the memorial service for Justine Damond, Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis.
He shared with the crowd some of the optimism expressed in three or four pages of words she would free-write every morning. It's the latest piece in an outgoing attempt to determine the exact series of events on July 15 after Noor, who fired the fatal shot from inside a police squad, declined to interview with the BCA.
Justine Damond's American fiance Don and their friends and family should have been heading for a wedding in Hawaii.
Damond was killed by a Minneapolis police officer on July 15 after she called 911 to report a possible sexual assault near her home.
Ruszczyk said his daughter was killed by a bullet, that was sacked by an agent of the state, and he will continue to seek justice. "And that's really. I really had to step up to be at her level". In Australia, they call it "you're punching above your weight".
A banner above the band shell at Lake Harriet reads, "Move from fear and survival to fascination and creation". An Australian flag stood on the sage next to a large color photo of Justine Damond and pink and white flowers.
The memorial will show the video of Justine helping ducklings stuck in a drain near her house in Minneapolis - retrieving them barefoot.
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"I don't understand", he said.
A judge approved a search warrant for investigators to examine the smartphones of two Minneapolis police officers in the shooting.
A man at the back of the crowd held a sign that read, "NOOR RESIGN NOW".
The application states that the information "may more clearly define" the officers' actions before and after she was killed.
Noor's partner, Officer Matthew Harrity, told investigators a noise startled him just before Ms Damond approached their police SUV.
When officers arrived at the scene and Ms Damond went to speak to them Officer Noor shot her from the passenger seat. He has declined to be interviewed by investigators, and can not be compelled to do so.
Her family and friends have also set up a memorial fund for the social justice causes she believed in.
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