Minneapolis police officer who killed Justine Damond given 12-year jail term

Mohamed Noor, who was convicted in April over death of Australian life coach, apologised in court for taking the life of a perfect person A former Minneapolis police officer convicted of killing the Australian life coach Justine Damond apologized to her family for taking the life of a perfect person, just before a judge rejected defense requests for a light sentence and ordered him to prison for 12 and a half years. Mohamed Noor was convicted in April of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the July 2017 shooting of Damond, who approached his squad car in the alley behind her home after calling 911 to report a possible rape. Noors lawyers had argued for a light sentence, saying sending …