To Smear Botham Jean, Dallas "Cop Artists" Obtained a Warrant to Search for Narcotics After White Cop Shot Him - 'Standing Her Ground' in His Apartment, though He Posed No Imminent Danger to Her

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WHITE OVER BLACK SYSTEM. From [HERE] A Dallas police affidavit released Thursday says officials found marijuana in a man's apartment where he was allegedly shot by an off-duty police officer, but a lawyer for the victim's family says the search shows that police are attempting to discredit him. That is, police obtained a search warrant from Judge Birmingham specifically looking for narcotics in his apartment. Dallas Police released the information shortly after his funeral.

Dallas police officer Amber Guyger has been charged with manslaughter in the death of Botham Jean, a black businessman she is accused of shooting in his apartment last week. Guyger claimed that she believed that she was in her own apartment and that Jean was a burglar. So she stood her ground in his apartment - though she apparently faced no imminent danger.

Police recovered 10.4 grams — or .37 ounces — of marijuana in a search of Jean's apartment, according to a police affidavit.

The search "highlights just sort of the nefarious nature of their investigation," said Lee Merritt, an attorney for Jean's family. Merritt learned of the latest search warrant details shortly after Jean's funeral Thursday.

"They went in with the intent to look for some sort of criminal justification for the victim," Merritt said. "It's a pattern that we've seen before ... we have a cop who clearly did something wrong. And instead of investigating the homicide — instead of going into her apartment and seeing what they can find, instead of collecting evidence relevant for the homicide investigation — they went out specifically looking for ways to tarnish the image of this young man."

  Jean worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Dallas and had a reputation for volunteerism and charity work.   HE DOESN’T FIT THE ELITE MEDIA’S    COMMON    established NARRATIVE THAT DEPICTS black men as violent criminals from A poor upbringing. SMEARING IS an old tired trick used by the news media when it comes to a black or brown person being killed by law enforcement.    As explained by DR AMOS Wilson, ‘TO A RACIST, there is no innocent Black male, just Black male criminals who have not yet been detected, apprehended or convicted. Their mere presence inspires in White Americans, fears of being assaulted, raped, robbed, or some other indefinable dread of being criminally victimized." [   MORE   ] Accordingly, racist suspect copS & MEDIA present facts in accord with the appetite of the racist suspect listener, not in accord with the realities of life.     What is White Collective Power?  When white cops kill a BLACK BUSINESSMAN IN HIS OWN HOME POSING NO IMMINENT THREAT TO THE COP and his fellow white officers and the white media support and defend that white police officer’s “right” to do so.    MORE   ]

Jean worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Dallas and had a reputation for volunteerism and charity work. HE DOESN’T FIT THE ELITE MEDIA’S COMMON established NARRATIVE THAT DEPICTS black men as violent criminals from A poor upbringing. SMEARING IS an old tired trick used by the news media when it comes to a black or brown person being killed by law enforcement.

As explained by DR AMOS Wilson, ‘TO A RACIST, there is no innocent Black male, just Black male criminals who have not yet been detected, apprehended or convicted. Their mere presence inspires in White Americans, fears of being assaulted, raped, robbed, or some other indefinable dread of being criminally victimized." [MORE] Accordingly, racist suspect copS & MEDIA present facts in accord with the appetite of the racist suspect listener, not in accord with the realities of life.

What is White Collective Power? When white cops kill a BLACK BUSINESSMAN IN HIS OWN HOME POSING NO IMMINENT THREAT TO THE COP and his fellow white officers and the white media support and defend that white police officer’s “right” to do so. MORE]

Some on social media expressed similar opinions: "Hours after a stranger shot #BothamJean IN HIS APARTMENT, police got a search warrant to search HIS APARTMENT," tweeted social activist Shaun King.

"They began their investigation into HIS MURDER by searching through HIS belongings."

Also found in the search, according to a search warrant affidavit: two bullet casings, a police backpack, a lunch box, laptop computer, metal marijuana grinder, two electronic keys and two used packages of medical aid.

Dallas police conducted the search before turning the investigation over to the Texas Rangers.

Police documents have presented differing accounts of the events leading up to the shooting. One account says a conflict started at the door of Jean's apartment. Another account says Guyger entered the apartment through an ajar door, thinking it was her own. In that account, Guyger saw the silhouette of a person she believed to be a burglar from across the room.