Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Indicted on Murder Charge for Killing Botham Jean

The Dallas police officer who shot and killed a man inside his own apartment after claiming she thought it was her apartment was indicted today on a murder charge.

A Dallas County grand jury indicted Amber Guyger after hearing four days of testimony, according to WFAA and CBS Dallas.

No official word has been made by the courts or police yet.

We will be updating this story as it progresses but read the background on the links below.

Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger Claims Botham Jean “Ignored Verbal Commands”

Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger is Fired for Killing Botham Jean

Dallas Cop may have been Acting as Security Guard when she Killed Botham Jean

Did Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger Kill Botham Jean over a Noise Complaint?

Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Arrested on Manslaughter Charges for Killing Botham Jean

Texas Judge Refused to Sign Manslaughter Warrant for Dallas Cop, Councilman says

The Dallas police officer who shot and killed a man inside his own apartment after claiming she thought it was her apartment was indicted today on a murder charge.

A Dallas County grand jury indicted Amber Guyger after hearing four days of testimony, according to WFAA and CBS Dallas.

No official word has been made by the courts or police yet.

We will be updating this story as it progresses but read the background on the links below.

Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger Claims Botham Jean “Ignored Verbal Commands”

Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger is Fired for Killing Botham Jean

Dallas Cop may have been Acting as Security Guard when she Killed Botham Jean

Did Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger Kill Botham Jean over a Noise Complaint?

Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Arrested on Manslaughter Charges for Killing Botham Jean

Texas Judge Refused to Sign Manslaughter Warrant for Dallas Cop, Councilman says

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