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Minneapolis police officer who killed the caller of 911 is released from prison

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According to the website of the Minnesota Corrections Bureau, 36-year-old Mohammed Noor was placed under the supervision of Hennepin County Community Correction. He was released for 18 days to commemorate the 5th anniversary of July 15, 2017. This is the deadly shooting of Justin Ruschik Damond, a 40-year-old US and Australian dual citizen and yoga teacher who was promised to marry.

Corrections Bureau spokesman Nicholas Kimball confirmed that Noor was released on Monday morning. Although it was not possible to determine where Noor lived, he said the released criminals were usually overseen by the county in which they lived. He said Noor had been detained in North Dakota for most of his sentence and had no problems with imprisonment.

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Noor's lawyer Thomas Plankett Comment that did not call immediately. On Friday he said he wanted to respect Noor's privacy.

Noor was initially convicted of third-class murder and manslaughter, but last yearthe Supreme Court of Minnesotawas convicted of murder and sentenced to 12 and a half years. Was rejected. Applies to t cases. He was indignant at 4 years and 9 months for manslaughter.

In Minnesota, it is estimated that a good deed defendant will be sentenced to two-thirds of his sentence in prison and the rest on parole. Noor will be released under surveillance until January 24, 2024.

Damond's stepmother, Marian Hefernan, said in a telephone interview on Friday that the timing of Noor's release-very close to Damond's death anniversary-was painful.

She said, "We are very disappointed, but not surprising. We have seen events in Minneapolis miles away. Minneapolis Police Culture. "She said.

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Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor was released from prison on Monday.

Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor was released from prison on Monday. (AP, Pool, Elizabeth Flores / Star Tribune via File)

Noor will make a loud alley for him and his partner in 2019. SUVs made him afraid of their lives at their police, who testified that they were driving slowly. He said the woman appeared in a window on the driver's side of her partner and raised her right arm before firing a shot from her passenger seat to stop what she thought was a threat.

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Somali-American Noor isThe first Minnesota officerwas convicted of murder in the shooting on duty. Since the conviction of Noor, former white Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin was convicted in May 2020 of the killing of a black man, George Floyd, who had been anchored to the pavement under Chauvin's knees. After Noor's conviction, Minneapolis agreed to pay Damond's family $ 20 million.