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Amber Guyger, the former Dallas police officer, was born on August 9, 1988 in U.S.A. (United States of America). Amber Guyger is an American and her full name is Amber Renee Guyger. She was very good police officer. At the time of shooting she was only 30 years old. She remained in Dallas Police force for approximately 5 years.
Now I am sure that you all want to know about the history of Amber’s life………
What happened with Amber Guyger?
On September 6, 2018, Amber Guyger entered the Dallas, Texas, apartment of 26 years old accountant named, Botham Jean and shot him. Guyger said that she had entered the apartment believing that it was her own house (apartment) and she shot Jean believing he was a burglar. Guyger was not arrested for so many days but was ultimately charged with manslaughter, creating mistrust in this process and outage over the killing of an unknown African American citizen. This resulted in protests and later Amber was charged with murder.
On October 1, 2019, Amber Guyger was found very guilty of murder. On the very next day, she was sentenced in prison for 10 years.
Most interesting part of this story is to know the actual scene of murder of Botham Jean. Let’s read about it to learn more about Amber Guyger Social Media.
Actual appearance of Death Spot
Guyger was living on the third floor in an apartment, which was directly below Botham Jean’s apartment on the fourth floor. One fascinating thing about an apartment building is that the appearance of all apartments was similar. Amber Guyger testified that she thought it was her own apartment and found the door slightly open.
Moreover, she thought that Jean was an intruder, sitting in the dark living room with an ice-cream. She claimed that she thought Botham Jean was a criminal and would kill her. For her own security, Amber shot Jean. After Guyger shot Jean, she called 9-1-1. Then Jean was sent to a hospital for further treatment.
During the treatment, Jean died because of his wound. The Texas Rangers did investigation over this shooting, and found that Amber Guyger killed that man. After three days the Texas Rangers arrested Amber Guyger for this shooting. Amber Guyger was initially charged with manslaughter, but after some time she was charged with murder. These charges of manslaughter and murder continued for some day. The Dallas Police Department placed Guyger on administrative leave after the shooting. The Department fired Amber Guyger on September 24, 2018.
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Amber Guyger felt guilty on the act she done in Jean’s apartment. I have a question, may be you also have that. Who actually was Botham Jean (the victim)? Let’s read about it thoroughly.
Botham Jean the Victim
Botham Jean, a 26 years old black man was a student in Harding University. He was also an accountant for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He was born in Saint Lucia. Following the shooting, Jean’s family accused the Dallas Police Department to smear Jean’s reputation by publicizing an affidavit from police showing that police found 10.4 grams of marijuana from Jean’s apartment. The lawyers also disputed the incident that Guyger told officers, and was recorded in the arrest warrant affidavit.
Ultimately 2 unknown witness came forward and their speech was also recorded in that affidavit. An attorney for Jean was listed in which the witness claimed that they heard the sound of a lady saying,” Let me come inside, Let me come in”. The witness heard this sound from Jean’s door. The witness also addressed that at the same time one lady was knocking at Jean’s door. The Jury reached the verdict on Tuesday morning.
For this case Prosecutors showed many violent texts and social media posts that were related to Amber Guyger.
The first text message that was shown to the Department was from January 15, 2018 during the Martin Luther King parade in Dallas.
“When does this end lol,” read a text to Guyger.”
“When MLK is dead… oh wait…” she responded.”
“Just push them… or spray your pepper spray in that general area,” she said in a text while discussing the crowd at the parade.”
This conversation is well shown in this image
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In another text messages, from September 4, 2018, someone texted Guyger that she should adopt a German Shepherd.
“Although she may be racist,” the dog’s owner sent the message to Guyger.
“Ok. I am the similar,” Guyger replied.
“I hate everything and everyone,” she later messaged in the same sense.
The state also revealed the Judge, a text message sent between Guyger and her ex-lover and police partner, Officer Martin Rivera. That communication took place on March 9, 2018.
“Damn I was at this area with 5 different black officers!!! Not racist but damn,” he said.
“Not racist but just have a different way of working and it shows,” Guyger replied.
Prosecutors also showed three posts found on Guyger’s account.
Firstly, One image saved by Guyger shows a military sniper
“kill first, die last, one kill; no luck, all skill.”
Secondly, One more post saved by Guyger
“I wear all black to remind you not to mess with me, because I’m already dressed for your funeral.”
Thirdly, Amber Buyger also commented in which she said that
“She had a gun, shovel and gloves”.
“Yah I got a gun a shovel and gloves” the comment reads. “People are so ungrateful,” Guyger commented under a post of a Minion character from “Despicable Me” with the text, “No one ever thanks me for having the patience not to kill them.”
Guyger’s advocates objected to the prosecution showing Judges the texts and online posts, arguing about the case. After reading the material, Judge Tammy Kemp overruled their objection. Jurors watched the screen as the prosecution displayed the evidence on Tuesday afternoon. But Guyger looked straight ahead and did not visibly respond the jury.
The courtroom scene took a surprising turn.
Brandt Jean, Botham Jean’s brother, came forward to the witness stand to deliver a statement and offered forgiveness, because of his Christian faith. Brandt Jean also gave a statement,
“I love you as a person, and I don’t wish anything bad on you,”.
“I don’t know if this is possible, but can I give her a hug please?”
The judge shocked the courtroom, and the two were in a dramatic and emotional spectacle. Even the judge herself went to the defense table and spoke with Guyger for a few minutes, giving her a Bible and a hug. For this so many supporters of Botham Jean outside the courthouse wispered,
“No justice,no peace.”
Others criticized that whatever they saw was just as a “slap on the face” to Jean’s family.
The punishment phase of Guyger’s murder trial on Tuesday.
Jean’s mother (Allison Jean)
Jurors gave a different reaction with warmth and formal laughter when Jean’s mother, Allison Jean, stood in the court and gave some sentences about her son.
Allison illustrated how close Botham was to his family members and relatives and told about his deep Christian trust. Allison justified that her son, the middle child, was like “the glue” that united her three children.
Botham was genius in math, and all the friends and family usually called him by the nickname “Bo.” He was killed a few days before his 27th birthday. Allison also said that Botham was in love of singing and religious charity and religious work. Allison Jean said her son excelled at his job and worked as an accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, known as PwC, in Dallas. He tried his best to live a good, honest life. He loved God. He loved everyone.
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“My life has not been the same,”
Botham’s mother said when she talked about life since her son’s death. She also said that
“I can’t sleep. I can’t eat.”
When Allisa Findley, Botham Jean’s sister, stood up in the court and watched a video of Jean’s singing at church, prosecutors asked her what hearing her brother’s voice elicited in her.
Findley said “That I want my brother back,”.
“If I could just continue our last conversation and just not hang up the phone.”
Guyger’s defense team tried to call witnesses on Wednesday. Prosecutors said that Guyger’s police training should have guided her to seek cover and call for backup if she thought that she was in danger. Jurors will remain quiet at a local hotel nearby the place until they decide on Guyger’s sentence, which can range from five to 99 years.
At the end of the day (Tuesday), Guyger was taken into custody outside the presence of the jury and ordered the courtroom cleared and arrested her. Guyger was later booked into the Dallas’s jail, where she will remain to live.
As the decision of court was announced then Jean’s mother (Allison Jean) wrote some words on her facebook page when she heard that Amber felt guilty over her act.
“Yes My Lord! You never failed me yet! Justice for Botham,”.