Chinanews, October 22. According to a report by the US Chinese website, on the 21st local time, the former policeman of Minneapolis, the United States, Noor was sentenced to 57 months in prison.

In 2017, Noor shot and killed a 911 caller by accident.

  According to reports, on July 15, 2017, Diamond, an Australian woman who moved to the United States, reported to the police that she heard women’s painful screams outside the house.

After Nuer and his partner Hariti drove to the scene in a police car, they were frightened by the policeman Diamond who walked to the police car, and Nuer shot him.

  According to reports, Noor was initially convicted of third-degree murder, but the Minnesota Supreme Court overturned the accusation in September.

This made second-degree manslaughter his highest conviction, and the court therefore held a sentencing hearing on October 21, local time.

  Noor spoke briefly in court and once again apologized for his fatal mistake four years ago.

He said: "I am deeply grateful for Mr. Diamond's forgiveness and deeply apologize for the pain caused to that family."

  According to reports, Nur was found guilty on April 30, 2019 and was immediately imprisoned.

According to Minnesota’s sentencing guidelines, Noor, who has served his sentence well, is eligible to be released under supervision after serving two-thirds of his sentence.

A 57-month sentence may mean that he will be released from prison in the middle of 2022.

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