reposted from the sad cunts thread - a post by resident police boot-licker and general worshipper of authority figures, JJ Parus
When will JJ Parus get tired of being continually wrong, totally fucking wrong, while defending murderers and racists?
"Maybe because police officers are trained to identify themselves? "Police! Freeze and put your hands in the air" or words to that effect. She didn't shoot him because she was too stupid to know where she lived. She shot him because she made a mistake, followed what I assume is standard police procedure as in identifying themselves and trying to control the scene, and firing when the individual failed to do so. We don't know what he may have said, how he may have acted, and a lot of other things.
I don't think you can compare you at the end of a long shift to a police officer at the end of one. You don't know the stress on a day to day basis. You don't know the particular stresses from that day. You don't know if she worked in a neighborhood where every day she is patrolling is one of those where the police are treated with hostility.
I'm not making excuses for her. I'm saying that what we know right now is very limited and that the officials are continuing the investigation. We know she self-reported. We do know that she didn't try to plant a weapon on him and claim it was self defense.
How does the rest of the world see it? They may think it is as you say. They don't have most of the facts. Based on the selective bad stories from the press in other countries, I'm sure we think things in those countries are screwed up as well. But it doesn't matter.
What matters is she appears to have made a bad judgement that has left what appears to be an innocent bystander dead and that her life is ruined, and the effects of this will heavily impact both families from this point forward. And that is tragic."
The racist murdering cop has more versions of her story than JJ has canine restraints.
"apartment doors at the Southside Flats apartment complex are equipped with electronic keys, similar to hotel rooms, where a green light turns on when the right key is inserted and a red light turns on when the wrong key is inserted as you can see in this video.
So if the above narrative is true, then she should have known within a second that she was at the wrong door."
"the doors to those apartments are designed to close automatically, making it almost impossible to leave ajar unless some type of door stopper is used"
"there had been multiple noise complaints from Guyger's apartment regarding Jean's apartment, which was on the fourth floor directly above her third-floor apartment" "Attorney Lee Merritt says there was even a noise complaint that very day from Guyger's apartment about Jean's apartment, but did not provide more details as to exactly who made the complaint and to whom the complaint was made as you can see in the above video where he also confirms the doors to those apartments shut automatically, making it dubious that the door was left ajar. However, police are saying that Guyger has just completed a long shift, ranging from 12 to 15 hours, depending on which version you believe, so if that's the case, she should not have been at home"
"Merritt also said that he spoke to two witnesses who were inside their own apartment when they heard knocking down the hallway, followed by a woman's voice saying, "Let me in. Let me in." Then the witnesses heard gunshots followed by a man's voice saying, "Oh my God, why did you do that?" But police did not interview those witnesses, making no mention of them in their affidavit, which reads like it was written by Guyger herself. However, police say they will now interview the witnesses since Merritt made his statements to the national media"https://newsmaven.io/pinacnews/courtroo ... Vogr4vgVg/And look JJ, she has dogs! I know your dogs cower and run when they see you coming home, but un-raped dogs usually greet their owners...
"Guyger was off work at the time of the shooting. However, Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall said, “At the very early stages of this investigation, initial indications were that they were what we consider circumstances of an officer-involved shooting.” This means that Guyger will enjoy the luxury of the powers that are extended to police officers who commit criminal acts while they are on duty. (Here’s a copy of the Dallas Police department's General Orders.) “We don’t want it lost on anyone that, had this been a regular citizen, she would have never left the crime scene,” said Lee Merritt, attorney for Jean’s family, according to the New York Times. “His killer was known to the district attorney at the time, and that person was able to leave Botham’s home, return to her home and not face any consequences for three days,”
"How can a person be given a loaded pistol and the right to use it, but not be competent enough to recognize their own floor number, their own unit number, and the doormat at their own front door? Guyger has a dog, and dogs normally make noises when strangers enter their homes. Was Guyger impaired in some way? Do Dallas police officers undergo any training at all? Is there an IQ requirement to join the force?"https://www.salon.com/2018/09/12/justic ... r-my-life/Anyone care to guess what JJ Parus would think if a black man accused of murdering someone was allowed to wander around free for 3 days while his colleagues fed mis-information to the media?
Don't forget folks Obama = CRIMINAL, Murdering Cop = TRAGIC HERO