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https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/dallas-officer-enters-apartment-she-mistakes-her-own-fatally-shoots-n907411
I say convicted of manslaughter ... 10yrs probabtion

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She said at a news conference that the Texas Rangers were launching an independent investigation.

They're getting the baseball team involved now ;)

I'll say she was drunk off her ass but she wasn't on duty and thats the way out. Put me down for AA meetings on Wednesday nights. Won't be able to be a police officer going forward but i do see 'paid leave' in her future.

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It will come out that she has an outstanding employment record also -- gotta factor that bullshit in (they wouldnt for you or me)

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beejmi wrote: It will come out that she has an outstanding employment record also -- gotta factor that bullshit in (they wouldnt for you or me)

You also have to factor in that the guy she killed was black.  Why he thought he could sit in his own apartment without making a cop fear for her life is anyone's guess.  I'd say this officer showed great restraint in not murdering his whole family and every dog in the neighborhood too.  She's a hero and God bless America.

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Never heard of anyone walking in the wrong house without being drunk or high as fuck

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If she fails a drug or alcohol test: 5-10 years with her getting out and working a desk job within 3 years of conviction.

If no drugs/alcohol found: She's getting off scott-free.

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How do you not know where you live?

Why would the officer be wearing full uniform if off duty?

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srossi wrote: beejmi wrote: It will come out that she has an outstanding employment record also -- gotta factor that bullshit in (they wouldnt for you or me)

You also have to factor in that the guy she killed was black.  Why he thought he could sit in his own apartment without making a cop fear for her life is anyone's guess.  I'd say this officer showed great restraint in not murdering his whole family and every dog in the neighborhood too.  She's a hero and God bless America.
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Franchise wrote: How do you not know where you live?

Why would the officer be wearing full uniform if off duty?

Unbeknownst to anyone she had just signed with WWE and was coming home from a dark match with Rhonda Rousey in her wrestling getup as The Shooter".

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Two cops who had tips regarding the Parkland shooter, Nikolas Cruz's, intentions to shoot up his school but did nothing with them have been given -- you guessed it -- a slap on the wrist. 

No words necessary.  They'll always protect their own instead of the public.

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/parkland/florida-school-shooting/fl-school-shooter-broward-deputies-disciplined-20180907-story.html

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Angelic Assassin wrote: Franchise wrote: How do you not know where you live?

Why would the officer be wearing full uniform if off duty?

Unbeknownst to anyone she had just signed with WWE and was coming home from a dark match with Rhonda Rousey in her wrestling getup as The Shooter".

If this was the Attitude Era I'd have believed you.

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This is just the Kaepernick loving liberal media making a story out of nothing. Fake news- move along. If they convict her it will show disrespect to the troops and I can't condone that.

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The Ultimate Sin wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: Franchise wrote: How do you not know where you live?

Why would the officer be wearing full uniform if off duty?

Unbeknownst to anyone she had just signed with WWE and was coming home from a dark match with Rhonda Rousey in her wrestling getup as The Shooter".

If this was the Attitude Era I'd have believed you.

Well Vince Russo did want to get OJ Simpson for a WM.

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/attorneys-family-criticize-affidavit-dallas-shooting-062117989.html

DALLAS (AP) — Attorneys for the family of a black man who was shot and killed by a white Dallas police officer who says she mistook his apartment for hers criticized the officer's account, saying it was overly sympathetic and contradicted statements from neighbors.

The officer's account emerged in an arrest affidavit released Monday, shortly after the district attorney announced that the case against officer Amber Guyger would be presented to a grand jury, which could decide on more serious charges than manslaughter.

Benjamin Crump, an attorney for relatives of 26-year-old Botham Jean, said the affidavit is "very self-serving." And Lee Merritt, who also represents the family, called it an attempt to "condone what happened, give her a break."

The document, prepared by a Texas Ranger, appeared to be based almost entirely on Guyger's description of events.

Guyger, a four-year veteran of the police force, told investigators that she had just ended a 15-hour shift Thursday when she returned in uniform to the South Side Flats apartment complex. She parked on the fourth floor, instead of the third, where she lived, according to the affidavit, possibly suggesting that she was confused or disoriented.

When she put her key in the apartment door, which was unlocked and slightly ajar, it opened, the affidavit said. Inside, the lights were off, and she saw a figure in the darkness that cast a large silhouette across the room, according to the officer's account.

The officer told police that she concluded her apartment was being burglarized and gave verbal commands to the figure, which ignored them. She then drew her weapon and fired twice, the affidavit said.

She called 911 and, when asked where she was, returned to the front door to see she was in the wrong unit, according to the affidavit. Authorities have not released the 911 tapes.

The Dallas County medical examiner's office said Jean died of a gunshot wound to the chest. His death was ruled a homicide. Guyger was arrested Sunday night and booked into jail in neighboring Kaufman County before being released on bond.
At a news conference Monday evening, Merritt said two independent witnesses have told him they heard knocking on the door in the hallway before the shooting.
He said one witness reported hearing a woman's voice saying, "Let me in! Let me in!" Then they heard gunshots, after which one witness said she heard a man's voice say, "Oh my God! Why did you do that?"

Merritt said he believes those were Jean's last words.

As for the contention that Jean left his front door ajar, Merritt said Jean was a "meticulous individual" who made it "a point to close the door behind him."
"He put everything in a particular place," Merritt said.

He said Jean had a red doormat outside his apartment door. "In fact, to ensure no one mistook his apartment the way this officer is claiming in this case, he went out and bought the biggest, brightest red rug and placed it right there at his doorstep," Merritt said.

Merritt has represented relatives of an unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot in the back by a white police officer in June while fleeing a traffic stop near Pittsburgh.

Crump is best known for representing the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown. Martin, 17, was fatally shot in 2012 in Florida by George Zimmerman, a Hispanic man who was a neighborhood watch captain. Brown, 18, was shot to death in 2014 by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.

"Black people in America have been killed by police in some of the most unbelievable manners," Crump said earlier Monday, citing "driving while black in our cars" and "walking while black in our neighborhoods."

Now, he said, "we are being killed living while black when we are in our apartments."

Protesters gathered at police headquarters Monday night in Dallas, The Dallas Morning News reported. Several dozen blocked traffic as they marched about half a mile from the headquarters. Police used pepper-spray devices to help control the crowd at one point.

Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson emphasized that her office was conducting its own probe, in addition to the investigation by the Texas Rangers. She will have the option of presenting more serious charges to the grand jury.

It was not immediately clear if Guyger had an attorney.

Guyger's blood was drawn at the scene to be tested for alcohol and drugs, Police Chief U. Renee Hall said, but authorities have not released results.

Jean grew up in the Caribbean island nation of St. Lucia before attending college in Arkansas. He graduated in 2016 from Harding University, where he often led campus religious services as a student. He had worked for accounting firm PwC since graduating.

Jean wasn't the first person shot by Guyger. She shot a man named Uvaldo Perez on May 12, 2017, while on duty.

According to an affidavit filed against Perez, police were looking for a suspect when Guyger and another officer were called to assist a third officer. Perez got out of a car and became combative with Guyger and another officer. A struggle began and Guyger fired her Taser at Perez, who then wrested it away from her. She then drew her gun and fired, wounding Perez in the abdomen.

Sgt. Michael Mata, president of Dallas' largest police union, the Dallas Police Association, said Guyger was a respected officer who worked on a high-risk team tasked with arresting some of the most violent offenders. On the day of the shooting, her unit had arrested multiple suspects for armed robbery, he said.

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Why are they even bothering with the charade of a grand jury? The good black folks in Dallas need another Micah Johnson. Every black community in the United States needs another Micah Johnson. Mind numbing violence against the police is truly the only answer here. Anarchy must reign. The Black Liberation Army had the NYPD on their knees in the early 70's. It can be done again with a charismatic leader and totally motivated foot soldiers.

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I hope she gets away with it simply so I can read Rossi's outrage here, on this very website.

Just because it would be entertaining as Hell.

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katook wrote: I hope she gets away with it simply so I can read Rossi's outrage here, on this very website.

Just because it would be entertaining as Hell.
Oh man I know RIGHT!. Yeah we're all really sorry not sorry the guy died, but wouldn't it be a blast to see Rossi's reaction to it!!!!!!!!!!! It would be so cool to see what he would do here. Then imagine, in a perfect world, we can follow it up with another officer shooting a negro perp within the next couple of days!. Ecstasy!!!!!! Rossi would flip his wig. Chickenshit liberals like him would be the first ones to call on officers to help him out if one of dem colored came within five blocks of him. I really hope she gets away with it too. I mean come on, what did she REALLY do wrong. Why can't we just give our officers the benefit of a doubt and get on to the important stuff like building The Wall. We have to get behind our police after all the damage Obongo did amirite?

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WongLee wrote: katook wrote: I hope she gets away with it simply so I can read Rossi's outrage here, on this very website.

Just because it would be entertaining as Hell.
Oh man I know RIGHT!. Yeah we're all really sorry not sorry the guy died, but wouldn't it be a blast to see Rossi's reaction to it!!!!!!!!!!! It would be so cool to see what he would do here. Then imagine, in a perfect world, we can follow it up with another officer shooting a negro perp within the next couple of days!. Ecstasy!!!!!! Rossi would flip his wig. Chickenshit liberals like him would be the first ones to call on officers to help him out if one of dem colored came within five blocks of him. I really hope she gets away with it too. I mean come on, what did she REALLY do wrong. Why can't we just give our officers the benefit of a doubt and get on to the important stuff like building The Wall. We have to get behind our police after all the damage Obongo did amirite?

Katook will be disappointed since I already know she'll get a slap on the wrist at most and absolutely nothing is most likely.  There will be no big reaction since the story always ends the same.  But good to see that katook is cheering on innocent people getting murdered to entertain himself on a wrestling messsage board.  That's a fulfilling life this old man leads. 

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I see that they are printing that she was coming off a 15hr shift I wonder if that puts the police force in any type of a violation that could help her case.

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Franchise wrote: I see that they are printing that she was coming off a 15hr shift I wonder if that puts the police force in any type of a violation that could help her case.
They said, 12, then 13, now it's 15.  Her police chief also commented that she arrested some armed robbers or something during that shift.  They seem to be trying to make the case that it was a long, hard day for her so what's the big deal about shooting some black guy to blow off steam at the end of a long shift?

Also, 2 witnesses say that the cop was heard knocking on the door and yelling to be let in, so this was no accidental walk-in.  She knew this guy and this was murder.  She might've been drunk or on drugs, but that's not why she was at his apartment.

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WongLee wrote: Why are they even bothering with the charade of a grand jury? The good black folks in Dallas need another Micah Johnson. Every black community in the United States needs another Micah Johnson. Mind numbing violence against the police is truly the only answer here. Anarchy must reign. The Black Liberation Army had the NYPD on their knees in the early 70's. It can be done again with a charismatic leader and totally motivated foot soldiers.
When you sent in your resume, how did you word "charismatic leader" without making it seem like the position was built for you?

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Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key.

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BlueThunder wrote: Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key?

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BlueThunder wrote: Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key.
She claims the door was cracked open.  Another thing that makes no sense.  His family says he would never do that.  Also, he had a huge welcome mat that was very distinctive in front of his apt. that someone couldn't have not noticed.  Clearly, in almost any impaired state, you'd have to know this wasn't your apt.

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srossi wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key.
She claims the door was cracked open.  Another thing that makes no sense.  His family says he would never do that.  Also, he had a huge welcome mat that was very distinctive in front of his apt. that someone couldn't have not noticed.  Clearly, in almost any impaired state, you'd have to know this wasn't your apt.

I doubt this was the case that she was impaired, i am more interested in the noise complaint factor that is not getting attention right now, owning property in NYC i do know of tenants who wanted to kill the upstairs neighbor due to noise. 

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Oh man I know RIGHT!. Yeah we're all really sorry not sorry the guy died, but wouldn't it be a blast to see Rossi's reaction to it!!!!!!!!!!! It would be so cool to see what he would do here. Then imagine, in a perfect world, we can follow it up with another officer shooting a negro perp within the next couple of days!. Ecstasy!!!!!! Rossi would flip his wig. Chickenshit liberals like him would be the first ones to call on officers to help him out if one of dem colored came within five blocks of him. I really hope she gets away with it too. I mean come on, what did she REALLY do wrong. Why can't we just give our officers the benefit of a doubt and get on to the important stuff like building The Wall. We have to get behind our police after all the damage Obongo did amirite?

Jeebus H Christ, I was fucking with Rossi simply because it's well known that he and I joust all the time about cops, nothing more nothing less don't take it so damned seriously.


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srossi wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key.
She claims the door was cracked open.  Another thing that makes no sense.  His family says he would never do that.  Also, he had a huge welcome mat that was very distinctive in front of his apt. that someone couldn't have not noticed.  Clearly, in almost any impaired state, you'd have to know this wasn't your apt.
 Although I doubt the story she's telling is true, it's still entirely possible that she could have been delirious from working a 15 or however many hours shift and didn't realize exactly where she was. I saw my dad so drunk a couple of times he drove right past our house and parked down the street. Watched him get out of the car and after a couple of moments realize "oh shit, this is not where I live".

And even if the guy's family says he'd never leave the door cracked open, that doesn't necessarily mean he didn't forget on this particular occasion. 

Regardless of what actually happend, the whole thing is just sad and unfortunate.

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katook wrote: Oh man I know RIGHT!. Yeah we're all really sorry not sorry the guy died, but wouldn't it be a blast to see Rossi's reaction to it!!!!!!!!!!! It would be so cool to see what he would do here. Then imagine, in a perfect world, we can follow it up with another officer shooting a negro perp within the next couple of days!. Ecstasy!!!!!! Rossi would flip his wig. Chickenshit liberals like him would be the first ones to call on officers to help him out if one of dem colored came within five blocks of him. I really hope she gets away with it too. I mean come on, what did she REALLY do wrong. Why can't we just give our officers the benefit of a doubt and get on to the important stuff like building The Wall. We have to get behind our police after all the damage Obongo did amirite?

Jeebus H Christ, I was fucking with Rossi simply because it's well known that he and I joust all the time about cops, nothing more nothing less don't take it so damned seriously.


You were fucking with Rossi? Which one of you played the man.

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katook wrote: Oh man I know RIGHT!. Yeah we're all really sorry not sorry the guy died, but wouldn't it be a blast to see Rossi's reaction to it!!!!!!!!!!! It would be so cool to see what he would do here. Then imagine, in a perfect world, we can follow it up with another officer shooting a negro perp within the next couple of days!. Ecstasy!!!!!! Rossi would flip his wig. Chickenshit liberals like him would be the first ones to call on officers to help him out if one of dem colored came within five blocks of him. I really hope she gets away with it too. I mean come on, what did she REALLY do wrong. Why can't we just give our officers the benefit of a doubt and get on to the important stuff like building The Wall. We have to get behind our police after all the damage Obongo did amirite?

Jeebus H Christ, I was fucking with Rossi simply because it's well known that he and I joust all the time about cops, nothing more nothing less don't take it so damned seriously.



Is that because Cops are Pigs?

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DJP wrote: srossi wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key.
She claims the door was cracked open.  Another thing that makes no sense.  His family says he would never do that.  Also, he had a huge welcome mat that was very distinctive in front of his apt. that someone couldn't have not noticed.  Clearly, in almost any impaired state, you'd have to know this wasn't your apt.
 Although I doubt the story she's telling is true, it's still entirely possible that she could have been delirious from working a 15 or however many hours shift and didn't realize exactly where she was. I saw my dad so drunk a couple of times he drove right past our house and parked down the street. Watched him get out of the car and after a couple of moments realize "oh shit, this is not where I live".

And even if the guy's family says he'd never leave the door cracked open, that doesn't necessarily mean he didn't forget on this particular occasion. 

Regardless of what actually happend, the whole thing is just sad and unfortunate.

I stretch to 16 hrs as an RN at times, from 6:45 to 11 pm and come back the next day for another 12. I've never gone to the wrong house coming home. 

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Principal_Raditch wrote: DJP wrote: srossi wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key.
She claims the door was cracked open.  Another thing that makes no sense.  His family says he would never do that.  Also, he had a huge welcome mat that was very distinctive in front of his apt. that someone couldn't have not noticed.  Clearly, in almost any impaired state, you'd have to know this wasn't your apt.
 Although I doubt the story she's telling is true, it's still entirely possible that she could have been delirious from working a 15 or however many hours shift and didn't realize exactly where she was. I saw my dad so drunk a couple of times he drove right past our house and parked down the street. Watched him get out of the car and after a couple of moments realize "oh shit, this is not where I live".

And even if the guy's family says he'd never leave the door cracked open, that doesn't necessarily mean he didn't forget on this particular occasion. 

Regardless of what actually happend, the whole thing is just sad and unfortunate.

I stretch to 16 hrs as an RN at times, from 6:45 to 11 pm and come back the next day for another 12. I've never gone to the wrong house coming home. 

But were you fearing for your life the entire time?

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I've probably been assaulted more over the years than the average cop.

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Superstar wrote: WongLee wrote: Why are they even bothering with the charade of a grand jury? The good black folks in Dallas need another Micah Johnson. Every black community in the United States needs another Micah Johnson. Mind numbing violence against the police is truly the only answer here. Anarchy must reign. The Black Liberation Army had the NYPD on their knees in the early 70's. It can be done again with a charismatic leader and totally motivated foot soldiers.
When you sent in your resume, how did you word "charismatic leader" without making it seem like the position was built for you?
I used http://www.grammerly.com. Works great for far left anarchists or far right racial purists. It gets my wholehearted endorsement.

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Principal_Raditch wrote: I've probably been assaulted more over the years than the average cop.Oh yeah? Well I want to see the entire tape not just the cherry picked parts that fit your narrative Mr. Thug.

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YES YES YES!!!!!!!

http://www.fox4news.com/news/search-warrant-marijuana-found-in-botham-jeans-apartment-after-deadly-shooting

So it ends up this guy was a hardcore junkie after all. What do you think about your hero now Rossi. They found marijuana in the perps apartment. This guy was injecting the pot. Our officer had every right to terminate this thug with extreme prejudice. I know you a lib like Rossi can certainly identify with the thug because he is a pot addict like himself. All you libs are the same. Katook and I had this called from the start. FUCK YOU LIB ROSSI!!!! MAGA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I think they should’ve at least planted heroin. Cops have no imagination in addition to their other faults.

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I haven't read all the previous posts.

I think the cop had ongoing issues with her upstairs neighbor and decided to put an end to it.

Murder one. I don't think they'll charge her for that but don't be surprised if the charge is upgraded from manslaughter.

I think she'll do a lot of time.

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Machiavelli wrote:
I think she'll do a lot of time.
Hehehe....you're adorable.

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WongLee wrote: Machiavelli wrote:
I think she'll do a lot of time.
Hehehe....you're adorable.

I haven't been here long enough to know your shtick.
Do you think she's going to get a light sentence or no sentence?

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Machiavelli wrote: WongLee wrote: Machiavelli wrote:
I think she'll do a lot of time.
Hehehe....you're adorable.

I haven't been here long enough to know your shtick.
Do you think she's going to get a light sentence or no sentence?
She shouldn't have any sentence. The dead perp had been injecting the pot for days at a time and was more beast than man. It's hard tp say how many innocent Texas Citizens she saved that afternoon by firing that one shot at the perp like she is trained to do. God bless the Texas Rangers who have taken over the investigation. Hopefully by the end of the week the body of the perp would be recovered so we could hang it at Dealey Plaza. That will show once and for all "You Don't Mess with Texas"

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https://www.nbcboston.com/news/national-international/Deliberations-To-Resume-in-Dallas-Ex-Cops-Murder-Trial-561870731.html

Lets see if she will get 5years and with good behavior probably do 2 yrs

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She’s a weak-minded cunt. I’m hoping she hangs herself before she even gets her light sentence.

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Okay, I am still baffled by all of this.



Was there actually any intent or motive explained during the trial to show that this was not a bad case of the female officer making a big mistake? I have not seen anything address those issues? Did the officer and victim communicate with each other before that day?

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Papa Voo wrote: Okay, I am still baffled by all of this.



Was there actually any intent or motive explained during the trial to show that this was not a bad case of the female officer making a big mistake? I have not seen anything address those issues? Did the officer and victim communicate with each other before that day?

There are conspiracy theories that she was fucking the guy, but that never was mentioned in court and likely aren’t true. Both sides agreed on most of the facts, which was that this bitch just shot him and aimed to kill with no communication. Her only defense was that she was confused, tired, and scared. There was no basis for her to be any of these things. The defense simply tried to play the “overworked cop” card, as if working 40 hours in 4 days is really that crazy compared to the hours that millions of Americans work who don’t shoot people. There was never a logical explanation as to how she didn’t realize the furniture wasn’t hers, why she didn’t think something was strange when the door was unlocked, why she would be that frightened by an unarmed man eating ice cream, and why a trained officer would not simply draw her weapon and ask questions but felt the need to immediately shoot to kill instead. And yet I’m still surprised they got a conviction, but thank God they did. 

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Thanks, srossi, but like you describe, the shooting does not make sense.


I suppose they immediately did blood tests on her. I think it would be better for her to be found under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

I am sure they investigated the hell out of all the possibilities and theories.

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Papa Voo wrote: Thanks, srossi, but like you describe, the shooting does not make sense.


I suppose they immediately did blood tests on her. I think it would be better for her to be found under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

I am sure they investigated the hell out of all the possibilities and theories.

She was stone cold sober. It would’ve benefitted her not to be. That could’ve at least gotten her manslaughter instead of murder.

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srossi wrote: Papa Voo wrote: Thanks, srossi, but like you describe, the shooting does not make sense.


I suppose they immediately did blood tests on her. I think it would be better for her to be found under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

I am sure they investigated the hell out of all the possibilities and theories.

She was stone cold sober. It would’ve benefitted her not to be. That could’ve at least gotten her manslaughter instead of murder.


Exactly.

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So they got her for actual murder. Not manslaughter. Now what do they do in Texas when you're convicted of murder? Well I mean if you're black or Mexican sure you'll get the needle. This pig, not so much. There is actually a Facebook group growing as we speak that had over 10,000 likes called "Justice for Amber"

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"Justice" for Amber? I think we'd all like to see it.

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I don’t believe this was allowed during the trial, but her history of texts and social media posts can be considered for sentencing. 


News Maven:

“People are so ungrateful,” Guyger commented on a post on Pinterest. “No one ever thanks me for having the patience not to kill them.”

In a text to another officer during a Martin Luther King Jr. parade on January 15, 2018, Guyger suggested to "just push them ... or spray your pepper spray in that general area" in regards to the people attending the parade.

Two days before she killed Jean, she received a text message from a friend, an apparent officer who was trying to get her to adopt a German shepard, telling her the dog "may be racist."  “It’s okay.. I’m the same,” Guyger responded, 




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Membership for Amber's FB group is over 48k. I put request in. They asked a question "Do you believe Amber is guilty of innocent", to which I cleverly answered "She's a policeman officer, of course she's innocent DUH.

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WongLee wrote: Membership for Amber's FB group is over 48k. I put request in. They asked a question "Do you believe Amber is guilty of innocent", to which I cleverly answered "She's a policeman officer, of course she's innocent DUH.
You’ll definitely get in. I expect daily updates. 

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Since my last post, membership has gone up another 3k members. I strongly advise anyone here to put in a request to join. The comedy gold from both sides will keep you in internet memes until you go home to Jesus.


Oh yeah, Officer Amber got 10 whole years. Take THAT Dallas PD.

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Religion is a beautiful thing man got this man's family outright embarrassing themselves 
https://t.co/Glkun0V8Ry

The court accidentally showed bodycam footage of Botham bleeding out to the family against their wishes, they heard how Amber did not make any serious life saving attempts, they heard how she was only concerned about losing her job, they heard her slander Botham by saying he was going to kill her, they saw texts of her admitting to being racist, they saw posts and texts of her fantasizing about hurting and killing people, they heard how she wanted to party with another officer who killed an unarmed black man just 48 hours after Botham's death.
and you got the brother wanting to hug her, the father wanting to be her friend, the judge giving her a big hug.... man if i didn't know better i would say this family didn't like this dude at all

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krazykid18 wrote: Religion is a beautiful thing man got this man's family outright embarrassing themselves 
https://t.co/Glkun0V8Ry

The court accidentally showed bodycam footage of Botham bleeding out to the family against their wishes, they heard how Amber did not make any serious life saving attempts, they heard how she was only concerned about losing her job, they heard her slander Botham by saying he was going to kill her, they saw texts of her admitting to being racist, they saw posts and texts of her fantasizing about hurting and killing people, they heard how she wanted to party with another officer who killed an unarmed black man just 48 hours after Botham's death.
and you got the brother wanting to hug her, the father wanting to be her friend, the judge giving her a big hug.... man if i didn't know better i would say this family didn't like this dude at all
Agreed. I was watching it live when the brother hugged her. I was marking out that he was going to guillotine choke Officer Amber. When do judges hug murderers? I am a proud white man but I do see where blacks have been grossly mistreated even in this present day. By doing this doesn't help your cause none.

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WongLee wrote: krazykid18 wrote: Religion is a beautiful thing man got this man's family outright embarrassing themselves 
https://t.co/Glkun0V8Ry

The court accidentally showed bodycam footage of Botham bleeding out to the family against their wishes, they heard how Amber did not make any serious life saving attempts, they heard how she was only concerned about losing her job, they heard her slander Botham by saying he was going to kill her, they saw texts of her admitting to being racist, they saw posts and texts of her fantasizing about hurting and killing people, they heard how she wanted to party with another officer who killed an unarmed black man just 48 hours after Botham's death.
and you got the brother wanting to hug her, the father wanting to be her friend, the judge giving her a big hug.... man if i didn't know better i would say this family didn't like this dude at all
Agreed. I was watching it live when the brother hugged her. I was marking out that he was going to guillotine choke Officer Amber. When do judges hug murderers? I am a proud white man but I do see where blacks have been grossly mistreated even in this present day. By doing this doesn't help your cause none.

The judge hugged her too? What the fuck??? Maybe she can get some redemption and sue everyone who hugged her for sexual harassment.

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The neighbor and a key witness in the trial against the cop was just murdered last night. Whatever the official story is, I’ll never believe that one. This is like when everyone close to Eric Garner started showing up dead. These people are shameless.

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srossi wrote: The neighbor and a key witness in the trial against the cop was just murdered last night. Whatever the official story is, I’ll never believe that one. This is like when everyone close to Eric Garner started showing up dead. These people are shameless.I saw this too. It also happened in one of Dallas's best neighborhoods which leaves out the "wrong place wrong time" scenario. I'll be gone by the time it happens but my kids won't. This country is totally doomed and the VAST majority of people in the Murica will love lapping up every boot that comes before them.

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Now another witness has been fired from her job with a pharmaceutical company after they claimed she was a "distraction" because dozens of people were calling the company saying she was a cop hater. I can't imagine this isn't unlawful termination, but so far everyone is suffering a lot more than the cunt cop.

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srossi wrote: Now another witness has been fired from her job with a pharmaceutical company after they claimed she was a "distraction" because dozens of people were calling the company saying she was a cop hater. I can't imagine this isn't unlawful termination, but so far everyone is suffering a lot more than the cunt cop.I don't know one tenth as much about the HR end of this as you do but I would have to think that homegirl is gonna get paiddddd for the crushing lawsuits against her prior employer. Once again, should the tin foil hats come out? Did the long tentacles of the top pigs in the Dallas PD somehow make this happen? Wouldn't surprise me one iota.

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srossi wrote: Now another witness has been fired from her job with a pharmaceutical company after they claimed she was a "distraction" because dozens of people were calling the company saying she was a cop hater. I can't imagine this isn't unlawful termination, but so far everyone is suffering a lot more than the cunt cop.
Is Texas an at-will employment state?  Id so, she'd have a hard time proving anything.

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nyhack56 wrote: srossi wrote: Now another witness has been fired from her job with a pharmaceutical company after they claimed she was a "distraction" because dozens of people were calling the company saying she was a cop hater. I can't imagine this isn't unlawful termination, but so far everyone is suffering a lot more than the cunt cop.
Is Texas an at-will employment state?  Id so, she'd have a hard time proving anything.

I'm sure it is.  She still has a case, but it depends on what was actually said to her, past performance, etc.  It's impossible to know based on the few stories I've read about this.

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This is quite a good one.
Neighbours are worried about a woman so they call the police to check up on her.
Police turn up and shoot her.
Amazingly enough it's Texas.

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