(St. Paul, MN)  —  The Minnesota Supreme Court is throwing out the murder conviction of a cop convicted of killing a woman four years ago.  Former Minneapolis Police Officer Mohamed Noor was serving a more-than-decade-long prison sentence on charges including third-degree murder, but the court threw that out due to “insufficient” evidence.  Instead, he’ll be sentenced again on a manslaughter charge for the 2017 death of Justine Damond.  She died after being shot in an alley after approaching a squad car.