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Muhammad Muhammad nor I hereby remanded to the custody of the commissioner of corrections it's a midwestern case that's gained a global attention and on Friday the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of fatally shooting Australian native and yoga teacher Justina ruse check Daymond outside her home nearly two years ago was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison Minnesota district judge Katherine Clinton's rejecting a request for leniency from police officer Mohammad north's lawyers who cited the Somali immigrants community service and clean record nor himself expressing tearful remorse before the court I some through six nine on the ground I felt horror , I knew in an instant that I was wrong , the desk of Mike error has only increased from that moment on , working to save her life , and watch her slip away is a feeling I can't explain although north lawyers requested probation or at most a term of a year and a day the judge's decision of more than twelve years behind bars was in line with what prosecutors had proposed the law does not allow leniency because somebody is a good person good people sometimes do bad things the case one of many highly publicized police killings in recent years and many of them the officers were white and the victims were black men or teenagers nor is the first Minnesota police officer to be convicted of murder the ruling sparking outrage among some outside the court room , they killed black men shot a mock one time shot him in the head no charges but this man shot one time and he has started nor in his partner drove to Damon's home the night of July fifteenth twenty seventeen to respond to a report she made of a possible sexual assault when Damon approach the cop car nor fired through the car window killing her nor testified it was in self defense last month Minneapolis officials agreed to pay twenty million dollars to settle a civil suit brought by Damon's family