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Witnesses Dispute Official Story of Cop Who Entered Wrong Home and Killed Innocent Man
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“She gives verbal commands and then she shoots into the dark apartment. Not knowing anything about who this individual is or anything, she shoots into a dark apartment,” Benjamin Crump, another attorney for the Jean family, told ABC News.

“So it’s going to have to be determined is this the actions of a prudent well-trained police officer who at this time now has assumed that she is investigating a burglary and that she then must comply with her training, her experience, her education that she got from DPD [the Dallas Police Department]. It seems to be contradictory of a well-trained police officer.”

Indeed, it does. At no time, according to the warrant, does Guyger say what “verbal commands” she gave. What’s more, any verbal commands she did give were entirely irrelevant as she was the intruder—not Jean.

What’s more, according to the attorneys for Jean, when Guyger was on the phone with police, she had to go outside to verify the address of the apartment—implying that she knew she was in the wrong apartment from the start.

“From the fact that when you look at an affidavit and I’m thinking that I’m at my house and I call 911 because someone was just shot,” Attorney Daryl Washington said. “Well, the very first thing that I’m going to do is I’m not going to go outside and look at my address? I’m going to give them my address right there on the phone. I’m going to say I’m on the phone. My address is this. Why did she have to go outside to verify the address? It makes no sense whatsoever.”

Even more ominous than having to verify the address is the fact that according to witnesses, Guyger’s story of inserting the key into Jean’s door and it opening up was simply not true. According to witnesses, Guyger was banging on Jean’s door, demanding he let her in.

“Independent witnesses have already come forward to say that they heard this officer pounding on the door and demanding to be let in,” Lee Merritt, one of the attorneys representing the Jean family, told ABC News. “The contradictions begin to build from there.”

Jean’s family also pointed out that it would have been incredibly unlikely for Guyger to mistake Jean’s apartment for her own as he had a distinct red door mat which would have been enough for the cop to know she was at the wrong place.


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https://thefreethoughtproject.com/dallas...tham-jean/
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To me, this story did not ring true as it is being reported from the start. It seems likely to me that the intruding officer was drunk or otherwise operating with severely impaired judgement. However, After shooting the resident, she would probably almost immediately figure out that she was not in her own apartment. That realization could certainly explain her needing to check the address during the 911 call. Her impairment kept her from checking the address before placing the call. A tragedy all around. He is dead, and she is guilty of manslaughter according to law.

In full disclosure, I have had similar LEO training, and she did not follow her training, nor any departmentally prescribed procedure.
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." George Santayana
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Drunk or Drugged.

Sadly I had a buddy who did this... He was at a party. Went out and walked into the neighbors house, thinking he was going back into the same house he left. Neighbor warned him before shooting him dead with a shotgun.
I Don't Die.

I walk my own path.
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I wonder if they did a tox screen on her?
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There are major problems with the original and the changing narrative in this case.
Developments that lead to stronger suspicion, additional details that contradict the police narrative and Guyger statements.

If she thought she was at home why did she have to go outside to verify the address when talking with 911?
After turning on the lights, switch right inside the door, she would have known wrong apartment.

She parked on the victim's floor of the garage, one floor above her own. There was available parking on both floors.

The victim's apartment has a bright red doormat, officer Guyger's appartment has none. She said she had to set items down while fumbling with the lock... on the red doormat?

The doors to these apartments are chip keys that turn green and unlock, or turn red and will not unlock. If she thought she was at home, she would have instantly known she wasn't.

Next changed version of the police narrative was that the door opened when she touched it, because it was ajar. Video from a neighbor shows that the doors are spring loaded to automatically shut.

Newest version is that the door was propped open, but no indication of how, or with what, or why.

If it was too dark to tell it was the wrong apartment, how did she get one shot with lethal accurately into torso.

Victim was unarmed, in his own appartment, offered no resistance, and the intruder tresspassed and shot him. And the police and defense are considering using stand your ground defense for... Guyger.

Guyger made noise complaints about Jean the day of the shooting, and previous complaints. He lived directly above Guyger. An ongoing dispute about noise is part of this investigation.

Initial firefighter/paramedic dispatch describes officer Guyger as a "security guard" at the scene.

Neighbors have now stated that Guyger pounded on the door yelling to be let in before they heard the shots.
And the last thing they heard after the shots was the victim ask "Why did you do that".
Why would Guyger pound on the door to be let in to her own appartment? She had no roomate or guests.

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https://thegrio.com/2018/09/12/botham-sh...complaint/

https://www.theroot.com/botham-jean-atto...1828998513

https://newsmaven.io/pinacnews/courtroom...uqbTLbUNeQ

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#6
He knew something about her she did not want known.

Or had a previous relationship that ended not to her liking.

Wait for it.
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(09-12-2018, 09:45 PM)DeadpoolLovesYou Wrote: He knew something about her she did not want known.

Or had a previous relationship that ended not to her liking.

Wait for it.

She made noise complaints? Wtf.

And how do you not notice being on the wrong floor?
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I'm so bad at automobile identification that I know pickup truck, Volkswagon Beetle, and "other". So, I look for the right color and size of car to find my car. I look in the window of the car and if it's MY stuff in the places where I always have it - it's MY car.

Easy right?

So, a policeman is TRAINED to be observant and have you EVER seen two apartments owned by two unrelated people that were IDENTICAL?

Right off the bat she'd have noticed the couch in the wrong place, wrong colors an patterns, missing or extra pictures, etc.

Even in a DARKENED apartment, enough starlight, moonlight, streetlight, stairwell light, or hall lighting would have been enough to identify the WRONG items in the wrong places.

I think she is flat out LYING. JMHO and no, I won't serve on her jury.
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(09-12-2018, 10:47 PM)Guest Wrote: I'm so bad at automobile identification that I know pickup truck, Volkswagon Beetle, and "other".  So, I look for the right color and size of car to find my car.  I look in the window of the car and if it's MY stuff in the places where I always have it - it's MY car.

Easy right?

So, a policeman is TRAINED to be observant and have you EVER seen two apartments owned by two unrelated people that were IDENTICAL?

Right off the bat she'd have noticed the couch in the wrong place, wrong colors an patterns, missing or extra pictures, etc.

Even in a DARKENED apartment, enough starlight, moonlight, streetlight, stairwell light, or hall lighting would have been enough to identify the WRONG items in the wrong places.

I think she is flat out LYING.  JMHO and no, I won't serve on her jury.

There was also a bright red mat in front of the door.
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(09-12-2018, 10:53 PM)Talon Wrote:
(09-12-2018, 10:47 PM)Guest Wrote: I'm so bad at automobile identification that I know pickup truck, Volkswagon Beetle, and "other".  So, I look for the right color and size of car to find my car.  I look in the window of the car and if it's MY stuff in the places where I always have it - it's MY car.

Easy right?

So, a policeman is TRAINED to be observant and have you EVER seen two apartments owned by two unrelated people that were IDENTICAL?

Right off the bat she'd have noticed the couch in the wrong place, wrong colors an patterns, missing or extra pictures, etc.

Even in a DARKENED apartment, enough starlight, moonlight, streetlight, stairwell light, or hall lighting would have been enough to identify the WRONG items in the wrong places.

I think she is flat out LYING.  JMHO and no, I won't serve on her jury.

There was also a bright red mat in front of the door.

If she didn't have an identical bright red mat for her doorway - death penalty! She knew in advance!
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