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mother was left paralyzed after the tree holding the hammock she was sitting in snapped, hit her in the back of the head and broke her neck.
Alyssa Pfannenstein, 25, was sitting in the hammock with her boyfriend over Labor Day weekend.
Damond's fiancé, Don Damond (together above), released a statement Tuesday saying 'the wait continues for Justine's family and me.
We want to see justice for Justine.' He said the family hopes Freeman 'will act swiftly to review the findings and determine charges.'Protesters have long decried the use of grand juries in police shootings because they rarely result in officers being charged.
He said by making the decision himself there would be more accountability and transparency.
Another Minnesota prosecutor, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi, also opted against a grand jury when his office made the charging decision in the July 2016 shooting of Philando Castile.
In that case, Freeman broke precedent with the standard practice of having a grand jury decide whether officers would be charged in police shootings and he made the decision himself.
Freeman said in a recent statement that he would follow that same practice in the Damond case.
'She calmed me down and she calmed her daughter down.
She said, "Mommy’s going to be all right," you know, and the ambulance came.'The accident shattered her C5 vertebrae, leaving her with limited mobility in her arms.
She has undergone surgery to remove bone fragments from her spine.
Grand juries have declined to indict police officers in the high-profile deaths of blacks in other cities, including the fatal 2014 shootings of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland and 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the 2014 chokehold death of 43-year-old Eric Garner in New York.
Freeman noted at the time of Clark's death that grand juries had been used to consider police shootings in his county for more than 40 years, and no officers had been indicted.