'VERY FAST TO SHOOT': 911 CALL AFTER OFFICER AMBER GUYGER KILLED BOTHAM JEAN HAS BEEN LEAKED | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


'VERY FAST TO SHOOT': 911 CALL AFTER OFFICER AMBER GUYGER KILLED BOTHAM JEAN HAS BEEN LEAKED

Dallas, TX — It has been months since off-duty Dallas police officer Amber Guyger walked into the apartment of Botham Jean and killed him. Since then, police have refused to release any pertinent details in regards to the case, including the 911 call made by Guyger after she killed Jean. However, WFAA news was somehow able to obtain a copy of that recording and it is now public.

For the first time, the entire 911 call has been published online. Up until now, only police have had access to it. Not even Jean’s family has been allowed to hear it.

As TFTP reported, Amber Guyger was off duty but still in uniform when she entered Botham Jean’s apartment and shot him in cold blood. She claims she accidentally went into the wrong apartment and thought she saw an intruder. However, the attorney for the Jean family — after listening to the 911 recording — pointed out how fast she shot Jean after entering, claiming she didn’t have time to even question the “intruder.”

“There was nothing in that video or the recording where she ever indicated she thought Botham was trying to harm her,” the family’s civil attorney Daryl Washington said. “She was very fast to shoot without asking very many questions.”

“I always hesitate to say things are racial, but I think what happened is she saw an African-American male and she responded and she shot him,” Washington said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Being off-duty did not bar this officer from shooting an innocent man here, and not even in her own apartment; my sympathies are with Botham Jean's families, and I hope that the individual judgement goes to that family, and that the police department gets hammered for a very large settlement, even though money can never compensate for losing a loved one.

Because until police departments all over this country start training their officers in "reasonable restraint", incidents like this are going to continue to occur.

Here on Oahu, we are blessed that our police are reasonable and polite, and do not frequently make this kind of horrific blunder, which resolves in death.

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