"I've got them in my skirt, I'm just going to go with the mum either up here or straight to the lake," Damond is heard telling her neighbor Angela Jimenez, who was recording the video.
"She might just need to chill a bit," Damond says in the video. "I run a meditation up at the Lake Harriet Spiritual Community so I'm going to let you guys be the duck rescuers. Are you OK with that?"
“We’ve come together. We’re teetering back and forth between tragic heartsick to outrage, to trying to understand it, to really knowing that there is a greater purpose and that at some point we will come to terms with this ... people are struggling here," Coune told The Guardian.
“Our hearts are broken and we are utterly devastated by the loss of Justine," Damond's partner, Don Damond, added. "It is difficult to fathom how to go forward without her in my life.”
Damond's loved ones gathered by the water in Sydney's northern beaches on July 19 to hold a candlelight vigil.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is currently investigating the incident. Noor has refused to be interviewed as part of the process, ABC News reported.
"Officer Noor is a caring person with a family he loves and he empathises with the loss others are experiencing," Noor's lawyer said in a statement. "The current environment for police is difficult, but Officer Noor accepts this as part of his calling."
The two officers who responded to Damond's call have been placed on paid administrative leave.
source : The Guardian, ABC News