Many ill notion humans want to believe Dallas PD’s version that police officer Amber Guyger ” mistakenly went to the wrong apartment”. Or “wait till we hear all of the facts”. The aforementioned quotes are just consistent excuses that help manipulate a case that doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out. With any case, especially dealing with cops, we like to provide facts so that many can decide on their own what actually transpired.
- Each apartment requires a key fob before allowing access into one’s house
- A warrant was issued for Manslaughter, but the Texas Rangers revoked the warrant
- Amber Guyger incident can definitely be deemed as a first degree felony murder. But why?
- Guyger knew she wasn’t at the right apartment due to aforementioned key fob
- She had a weapon
- Therefore she had break in or was let in though knowing she wasn’t at her apartment
- She paced back and forth attempting to get into the apartment before hand
- She killed Botham Jean in a home that looks nothing like her own (because it wasn’t)
- There is no statute of limitation for Murder in Texas
- Amber Guyger is currently on paid leave