The discrepancies center around how Guyger gained access to an apartment that was not hers and whether or not she exchanged words with Jean before shooting him dead, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He also questioned why when everyone is seeking facts, the warrant was released which detailed that marijuana was found in that apartment. Give me justice for my son because he does not deserve what he got, ' Allison Jean said in comments reported by CNN.
A Dallas police officer's explanation that she killed a black neighbor who lived above her because she mistook his apartment for her own has been dismissed as implausible and self-serving by his family and their lawyers.
He also says they may have included "narcotics" in the search warrant because someone may have already seen it out in the open in the apartment.
Some experts who aren't connected to the case say Guyger should have recognized what was really going on and stopped short of using deadly force.
The video shows Dallas police Officer Amber Guyger in handcuffs and dressed in an orange jail uniform Sunday at the Kaufman County jail. One Twitter user pointed out the other thing found illegally in his apartment was a cop who killed him. After only a few hours in custody, she was released on a bond of $300,000. "This was an intent to come after this young man's character, which is impeccable by the way".
She called 911 and, when asked where she was, returned to the front door to see she was in the wrong unit, according to the affidavit. The warrant does not say who it belongs to, but Merritt said "it has so little relevance" that it doesn't matter. But if we're looking for explanations and complexity, why have the Dallas police not released information regarding warrants to search Guyger's apartment, or even revealed whether they sought one? They include whether Guyger was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, her level of fatigue, any history of emotional or medical problems, or any history she may have had with Jean, though initial reports suggested the two did not know each other. She then drew her weapon and fired twice, the affidavit said.
Said Lee Merritt, "On the night that [Botham] was killed, the Dallas Police Department investigators were interested specifically in finding information that could help assassinate his character".
"You go ahead and put it in there just in case you find it", Mulder said.