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I still think there is much more in than meets the eye in the Botham Jean murder case in which former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger was found guilty. On Friday, a key witness against Guyger, Jean’s neighbor, was found shot multiple times and later died at the hospital. Consider …
Dallas, TX — Moments ago, former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder for shooting and killing Botham Jean in his own apartment. She now faces a maximum of life in prison. This verdict is certainly a win for police accountability and definitely not predictable as police officers — …
Police refused to release the 911 recording from the night officer Amber Guyger walked into Botham Jean’s apartment, but a local media outlet has somehow obtained it.
In a story that has been disturbing from the beginning, ex-Dallas police officer Amber Guyger has been indicted by a grand jury in the murder of Botham Jean.
In a blow to transparency, the Dallas Police Department is refusing to release the 911 recordings of Amber Guyger’s calls after she killed Botham Jean.
Claiming that officer Amber Guyger “engaged in adverse conduct when she was arrested for Manslaughter,” the department finally fired her.
During a town hall meeting this week, when citizens demanded the firing of Amber Guyger for killing Botham Jean, the police chief said she is “prohibited” from doing so.
In a repulsive interview, Texas Senator Ted Cruz told reporters that we shouldn’t be so quick to judge the cop who gunned down Botham Jean in his own home.
Police waited until the day of the innocent man’s funeral to release the affidavit claiming they found weed in Botham Jean’s home, an obvious smear campaign.
According to local reports, there were five search warrants issued in the murder of Botham Jean and none of them were for the apartment of Amber Guyger.