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Cop Walks Into Wrong Apartment And Guns Down Innocent Man

dicapr

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What I'm saying is that they bent over backwards to say they she was away from home first 12, 14, then 15 hours. Unless he is playing music in the wee hours of the morning, which doesn't jive with the personality we've seen, how is she even there to hear it and get disturbed? Did any other neighbors mention him playing music loud enough to disturb others? So far, I've only seen neighbors say the only noise they heard was her banging and shouting and trying to defend him. The lady that took the pic outside of his door and said she heard the whole thing go down is right next door to him. She should've heard that music, too, but so far no one else has said that. It just doesn't make sense to me.
It depends on what shift she was working. Normal noise for someone working 9-5 can be too much if you are working overnights and are trying to sleep at 4 in the afternoon.
 
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pisceschica

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You've not seen enough. No shade. These folks won't accept responsibility or the truth of anything portraying them negatively. They just deny it, then erase it from history, and rewrite the script and ignore reality because they are too fragile to do otherwise and it is killing folks all over the globe. Blows my mind how they can be this fragile AND colonized the globe. How Sway?!
This reminds of that Las Vegas shooter in October 2017. He had no criminal record or anything in his past for clues so ever investigators were so puzzled about how this white man could do such an evil thing.

Their last resort was trying to see if he has mental illness. But ultimately we are just left with the fact an evil white man just simply planned out the mass shooting of 600+ innocent people.
 

Transformer

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I wish I thought she wasn't going to be hired back on the force. But what I've seen, immediately after the trial she will be reinstated with back pay.

I still want to know what the camera show of her path from the car to the apartment door. How about the toxicology report and who is the owner of the weed?
 

Brownie

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What I'm saying is that they bent over backwards to say they she was away from home first 12, 14, then 15 hours. Unless he is playing music in the wee hours of the morning, which doesn't jive with the personality we've seen, how is she even there to hear it and get disturbed? Did any other neighbors mention him playing music loud enough to disturb others? So far, I've only seen neighbors say the only noise they heard was her banging and shouting and trying to defend him. The lady that took the pic outside of his door and said she heard the whole thing go down is right next door to him. She should've heard that music, too, but so far no one else has said that. It just doesn't make sense to me.
Still sounds like they’re trying to put the blame on the victim.
 

Transformer

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:thankyou: I would have preferred a manslaughter charge. No way she gets convicted of murder! She's going to walk free.

I can’t believe the Black prosecutor went to the Grand Jury asking for this charge. She must be in complete agreement to allow her to get off.

They do this **** all the time in Maryland knowing that they dont have the evidence to back this charge.
 

MzRhonda

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I don’t know though this case is different she walked into HIS apartment and allegedly there was some underlying issues already. Was it really a mistake?
 

Southernbella.

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It's not looking good...


Dallas officers will not be allowed to request any more time off during the trial of fired police officer Amber Guyger.

Charged with murder in the shooting death of Botham Jean, Guyger's trial starts on Sept. 23.

In two separate memos, officers were told they will not be granted time off from the start of the trial through at least Oct. 7.

Detectives were also told to have their uniforms, gas masks, helmets and other gear ready.

https://www.wfaa.com/mobile/article...-say/287-c9d27975-774f-427e-a866-99d83802606e
 

discodumpling

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This heifer will walk. I had a casual discussion with my y/t coworkers and they all had stories of how either someone they know or themselves have walked into a wrong room at various hotels after a night of getting white girl/boy wasted.
It sickened me as I listened to them laugh and guffaw about their drunken mistakes.
I ain't never been so drunk. As a Black person even in times of (perceived) vulnerability I am aware of this Black skin. Even when drunk, I am keenly aware of the possibilities. White folks apparently dont need to be aware of anything.
 

Kanky

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It is disgusting that they are even going through with this sham of a trial. Unless there is some evidence that she planned to go kill that guy and then claim that she was confused about which apartment she was in then murder makes no sense. There are all kinds of “did something stupid and now someone is dead” type of charges that they could bring that would get her significant jail time.
 
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