They are letting all the boys out of jail that Amber Guyger arrested in the past 4/25/2019

At least nine people who were arrested by a Dallas police officer who was eventually accused of murdering a man in his own home have had their cases dismissed, according to a new report. The development could be damning for Amber Guyger, the now-former cop who was indicted for breaking into the home of Botham Shem Jean before shooting him to death.

All of the dismissed cases originated before Guyger killed Botham Jean, a 26-year-old native of St. Lucia who was simply home watching TV when the off-duty officer illegally entered and killed him under the implausible excuse that she thought he was burglarizing her own apartment. Citing court documents, the Dallas News reported that “Dallas County prosecutors in one case wrote that they were seeking the dismissal because the fired officer was ‘indicted for murdering an innocent man in his own home.’”

If prosecutors were going so far as to dismiss cases that Guyger brought in, that could indicate how strongly they feel their case against the former cop is. The implication was that prosecutors were so confident they can secure Guyger’s conviction that they were already getting ahead of any potential wrongful arrest lawsuits that could be initiated once the former cop is found guilty.

Guyger’s defense attorneys, on the other hand, may not be nearly as confident as their prosecutorial counterparts of their latest move was any indication. Her murder trial was initially slated to begin in August before it was pushed back until late September, more than a year after Guyger killed Jean.

There were also reports that Guyger, who has been out on bail since her indictment in December, may have violated the terms of her conditional release by living her best life and vacationing on a Caribbean cruise, which was subpoenaed for its records last month. In addition to possibly showing Guyger violated her bail, the subpoena could allow prosecutors to portray her as a carefree vacationer following what appeared to be a cold-blooded murder of an innocent man.

There is also the testimony from an eyewitness who recorded video just moments after the shooting, showing Guyger talking on her phone and the paramedics removing Jean’s body. Guyger’s lawyers were scrambling to keep her from the witness stand.

Guyger, herself, has also taken painstaking measures to show her purported innocence, including getting a complete makeover in an apparent play for sympathy from the judge during a court appearance in January.

Still, the apparent evidence is seemingly overwhelmingly not in Guyger’s favor.

On Sept. 6, Guyger said that following a long day on the job as a Dallas police officer, she implausibly mistook his apartment for her own and, after ordering Jean not to move, shot him twice before realizing the error of her ways. Her story was met with doubt because of a number of factors, especially her assertion that Jean’s door was ajar. Videos posted on social media by neighbors appeared to show that apartment doors in the building shut automatically, which seemed to indicate that Guyger was lying.

In addition to the inconsistencies in her alibis, which have changed several times, Dallas police, of which Guyger was a member for five years before being fired, appeared to be helping to cover up the shooting for their colleague. The department was accused of allowing Guyger enough time to scrub her social media accounts and get her story straight before turning herself in three days after killing Jean. It also gave Guyger enough time to move out of her apartment, which was never searched by police despite five warrants allowing them to do so.

Murder charges against a police officer are notoriously hard to prosecute. There are roughly 1,000 police shootings every year in the United States, but officers seldom face justice. According to CNN, only 80 cops were arrested on murder or manslaughter charges for on-duty shootings between 2005 and April 2017. However, only 35 percent of those arrests led to convictions in that 12-year period.

Watch: Trial date set for Amber Guyger in Botham Jean murder case 3/18/2019

Amber Guyger

Its seem that Amber Guyger had a court date today . That no one knew about, This meet is just a assessment for miss Guyger’s defense . Also the judge would like to communicate with the defendant and see if there lawyer was talk to the defendant;

This part of the court room is a time that most people do not know about. Where the Lawyer can talk to there defendant about evidence and a game plan for the upcoming Trial that will take place on Aug 12.


A large photo of Botham Jean with photos and cards displayed on one of the tables in his childhood home in Castries, St. Lucia in September. Botham Jean was shot and killed in his apartment by off-duty Dallas police officer Amber Guyger. She was charged with murder. 
(Vernon Bryant/Staff Photographer)

Amber Guyger is the former police officer that shot a man in his own apartment after she thought that Botham Jean was an intruder in her apartment that was one floor above Botham Jeans apartment.

After Botham Jean was shot Botham Jean can be heard screaming out “why did you do that”. Meaning, why did you shoot me? Just before he died. The particle video of the indecent was caught on camera by a bystander at the housing complex.

video of the shooting

Now , The former officer is in the fight for her life but she looks confident going in the court room today.

The world have to come to grips that this cop might get off. You know why i say that? It because this woman could have made that mistake thinking that Botham Jean was in her apartment. It’s true they have been seen with each other in pictures that the news displayed to further criminalize and and radicalize this case. My thought’s are that the former office had a hard day at work and was not pay attention what floor she was on and made a mistake. Because there was report that the door was already open when she got there.Or this woman is just stupid and made a deadly mistake. But , what flame the whole thing was not the shooting itself, But the reason why police went in Botham Jean home looking for drugs witch bang on suspicions of a cover up. But with further review of this case and looking at all the facts.In my unqualified opinion it was a devastating mistake.

In the time that we are having in the united state with all the racism every little or even large story can and will be transformed in some kid of racist ploy by the public and the media to inflame America even more into madness and hate and fear.

Amber Guyger is going to get off but the family can go after the police dept who employed in my Amber Guyger for wrongful death and can sue the department this will be logical move for the family. That if the killing Bathom Jean was not intentional and the defense can prove this.

in Concussion: African American’s as a race can no longer have the conclusion that every case of a police officer shooting a black man had racial intent accident happen and we as a people have to give this possibility in every case when it come to the police. We are all human and we make mistakes what we have to do is learn from our mistakes and work to lean on solving mistakes that happens in this crazy world we live in.