Justice has been served, and white privilege couldn’t save her…
This doesn’t happen often , and what I mean by that is a white police officer being found guilty for killing a black individual, but bear with me during my commentary on this one because this one is an insane story, and it has a plausible ending to a crime that could have been swept under the rug if she was on the line of duty . Anyways to the story, on September 2018 now former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger entered a mans home and shoot him dead because she thought he was an intruder in her home. And when interviewed she claims with a ridiculous statement. She said and I quote, “I thought it was my apartment,” Guyger told dispatchers 19 times on the frantic 911 call played in court. “I thought it was my apartment. I’m fucked. Oh my God. I’m sorry.” Come on now, unless she was inebriated or was on something then being able to distinguish her apartment and her surroundings shouldn’t have been a problem at all. And matter of fact this man mind you was sitting on his couch at 10PM eating ice cream doing the most least threatening thing in the world which somehow caused her to conjure up the thought of his lounging as intruding. Miss me with all that bullshit.
On another note, I recently attended Jury duty last week, but was excused due to obligations that I had to adhere to, but it was an interesting experience. There are a few stages before you’re chosen to become a juror and any biases or being impartial to the defense will usually disqualify you in being a juror. I however didn’t have the opportunity to be a part of the second pool of jurors who had to speak to judge, lawyers and so forth in order for them to asses a potential jurors judgements. Moreover, if a case similar to this was heading to trial and the judge asked the potential jurors if they had any conflicting opinions I would stand with my number (they give you numbered cards) and express my stance that I won’t be able to judge fairly due to her moronic mindset and her belief he was going to kill her because she thought he was coming toward her, when his only thought at the moment was confusion. With this guilty verdict, justice was served all right and the only thing that’s awaiting for her on the other end is a prison stint that won’t be surprised to see her. If you’ve made it this far, thanks for reading, peace and keep it real.
Source information – https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/30/us/dallas-botham-jean-911-police-officer-amber-guyger/index.html