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Moments later Ms Damond was shot dead in her pyjamas by officer Mohamed Noor as she approached the driver's side window of his police auto.
The audio was provided to CNN by the operator of Minnesota PoliceClips, a company that monitors and records police radio dispatches.
Bennett told CNN by email that the Ruszczyk family is looking for answers in all aspects of policing.
"I want to reiterate, we're talking about one individual's actions in question", Harteau said. "And it sounds distressed". She called again at 11:35 p.m., saying that officers had not arrived.
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has ruled her death as homicide, confirming that she died of a single bullet wound to the abdomen.
So far, little information has been released by the local police department about the shooting, and the matter is being investigated by a state body known as the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges had touted his arrival to the police force in a Facebook post. And everyone shares the same questions.
Mr Noor and his partner Matthew Harrity responded to the calls but Mr Noor shot Ruszczyk, firing across his partner, after he was startled by a loud noise.More news: Tryst With Tax: Why is Gathbandhan of 4 boycotting GST rollout?
Agents interviewed Harrity Tuesday but Noor has declined to be interviewed.
Just before Damond, a Sydney native, was shot through a patrol auto window by an officer before midnight Saturday, officers spotted an 18-to-25-year-old white male bicycling in the area, according to investigators who interviewed one officer.
That's when Ruszczyk approached Harrity's driver's side window. "Nobody should ever speak to law enforcement when they're the subject of a criminal investigation".
'The fact that we don't have body camera footage of the shooting could be the result of one or more of the following: a gap in our body cams policy, a gap in training, a violation of our policy, or some combination of these things. Neither officer has been fired; both are on administrative leave, which is the same as a paid vacation.
BETHANY BRADLEY: As a woman who's had to call the police and has three small, tiny children in the house, this could have been me.
The lawyer for one of two Minneapolis police officers involved in the shooting death of an unarmed Australian woman said Wednesday that they may have feared an ambush. "The sound has been going on for a while, but I think, I don't think she's enjoying it".
Harteau also said the cameras should have been on.
Damond's death is the third murder by Minnesota police officers in the last two years. Officers are required to activate their cameras in more than a dozen situations, including whenever they use force. "It's about the police chief killing us", Thompson said. Noor is Somalian but Chief Harteau said his nationality had nothing to do with the incident. He added that all police policies are subject to review. Castile is from St. Anthony, a suburb of St. Paul, about 14 miles from Damond's home of Minneapolis. Castile's family reached a almost $3 million settlement in the case.
"This is not what she would have wanted", Laurie Savren, a Minneapolis resident and fellow spiritual healer, told Fox News.