Dallas Killing: New Evidence

The officer who killed a black guy and explained that she thought she was going into her apartment, lied.

Witnesses across the street shot a cell-video of her pacing back-and-forth outside the apartment screaming let me in, let me in, before she burst in and shot the guy.

More to come.

[SIZE=5]New witnesses contradict Dallas officer’s story in Botham Jean shooting[/SIZE]


[SIZE=5] DALLAS - There are two mystery witnesses coming forward who are contracting the Dallas police officer’s account of the night she walked into the wrong apartment and fatally shot a man. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Moments before 26-year-old Botham Jean was shot and killed Thursday night by off-duty DPD Officer Amber Guyger, two women say they heard banging and shouts of “Let me in.” [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]The two witnesses are sisters. They told their contradictory story to the civil attorneys representing Jean’s family. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]They will now tell their stories to investigators trying to gather all the information they can to present a full picture of what happened to a grand jury. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]The Dallas County DA’s Office and the Texas Rangers will interview the two women who we are told have a different account of what happened before Jean was shot in his apartment by Guyger, who says she thought she was at her apartment encountering a burglar. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]“These are independent witnesses,” said Ben Crump, an attorney for the Jean family. “They don’t have a dog in this fight.” [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Cell phone video of Officer Guyger that night shows her pacing on the phone after the shooting. The video was taken by the women who did not go to police or Texas Rangers initially but took their story to Lee Merritt, an attorney for the Jean family. “Said she heard pounding at the door, and she heard ‘Let me in.’ [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Shouted ‘Let me in’ at an elevated tone,” Merritt said. “She heard more pounding at the door. And then shortly thereafter, she heard gunshots.” [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]However, that is not the narrative of the evidentiary search warrant or Guyger’s own sworn statement to the Texas Rangers. Guyger told investigators she thought she was walking into her apartment on the third floor that night and inserted her electronic door key into the keyhole. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]In actuality, she was at Botham Jean’s apartment on the fourth floor, which was right above her apartment. In her statement, Guyger said Jean’s door was slightly ajar and unlocked. She managed to get into his apartment even when she inserted the wrong key, the arrest warrant says. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Once she went into the nearly completely dark room, Jean went to see who had walked into his apartment. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]“Believing she had encountered a burglar, which was described as a large silhouette, across the room in her apartment; Guyger drew her firearm, gave verbal commands that were ignored by Complainant Jean,” the arrest warrant said. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Jean was shot once in the chest by Gugyer and later died at the hospital. “It’s very unusual to have an officer in uniform and the shooting occur immediately after they are off duty. Very unusual,” said Russell Wilson, a former prosecutor who investigated police shootings. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Guyger is now charged with manslaughter in Jean’s killing. She was arrested Sunday and was later released within a few hours after posting a $300,000 bond. “I think manslaughter is the correct charge,” Wilson said. “I think it is an appropriate charge based on the information obtained in the probable cause affidavit. Of course, if there’s more information later on, those charges could change or be adjusted.” [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Attorney Geoff Henley is not involved in this case, but he has represented people in many excessive force cases including police shootings. He says there is no question in his mind that Guyger was reckless in her actions. “Manslaughter is recklessly causing the death of another,” Henley said. “It was a series of things that this woman did that was absolutely errors that built upon themselves and escalated to a horrific and tragic end.” [/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]The district attorney’s office has no timetable for taking the case to the grand jury, but the sit-down interview with the two women could come this week.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=5] Guyger’s lead attorney tells FOX 4 he is trying to assemble a team to represent her and is not yet ready to make any public statements. [/SIZE]

Black vs. White in Dumpfistan is like playing in a field tilted 75 degrees against you.

Already, was believed before investigations, based on her blue eyes!!

Olympics gone sour

I bet phone numbers zao zimepitana somewhere several time. And I’m not talking neighbourly

Charge the horny bitch with murder and get over with it.

I’m not sure how true this is, but I read (can’t recall on which media house) that she ‘turned the lights on’ after she had already shot him. She also apparently gave him verbal ‘commands’ before the shooting. If you break into my house, I’ll sure shaft your ‘commands’ up where the sun don’t shine!!

Watu wa Black Lives Matter walidhani wamefika, wapi?

If someone enters your house by mistake the first thing as the owner will be to ask “what are you doing in my house?” From there I expect a trained cop to be able to start assessing why this guy is asking that question and come to a realization she has made a mistake. Kwa hii story I believe the black guy alikuwa anakamua huyu cop with niceness until they broke up and now the psycho cop decided to end him.

The fact that he lived right above her apartment leaves a lot of questions. They probably had some kind of relationship or he had ignored her and she wouldn’t take it. Or he knew something that she had done (or was doing) and she was concerned that he would tell on her. Whatever the case, I just don’t buy her story, period. I’ve been drunk, lived in apartments but I never went to someone else’s door!!

I don’t think it was racially motivated (but who knows?). I’ve lived in apartments and I know that sometimes the neighbors upstairs are a pain (noise). But the way the victim has been portrayed in the media he looks like the quiet kind. She could have been jealous. I wish that there was a ‘brain machine’ that could be wrapped around someone’s head to show what they’re thinking! The victim is voiceless and everything at this point is circumstantial evidence (unless he had video/audio recording devices in the house).

The behaviour of the force following the murder is undoubtedly racially motivated.

There had been several noise complaints from the cop living in the immediate apartment under the victim.
In fact, it is claimed there was even another complaint just moments before the shooting.

She went up there “to stop the constant noise”!

This was a pre-meditated murder.

@Swansea uko poa?

Niko poa kabisa.

sawa,endelea kuosha tunyanye my friend,kazi ni kazi

Here comes the truth:

Investigators from the Dallas County DA’s office “downloaded data” from the locks, the warrants said, likely to prove or disprove Guyger’s account that she found Jean’s apartment door “slightly ajar."