Well, despite her best efforts after being booked and released, killer DPD cop Amber Guyger seems to have missed scrubbing her Pinterest page, unlike all the other social media she scrubbed after murdering her neighbor earlier this month.
|OK, true, but no points for you with the black community.|
|Got it: special rules for people with badges.|
|That one's hilarious, in a |
kind of way, especially when you actually KILL people.
|Killing is your business, and business is good, eh? This one |
should be a barrel of laughs at the grand jury hearing.
So, it's always nice to know the long-standing mindset of a defendant on trial for manslaughter (and hopefully that morphs into murder, which it was), especially when the jury is deliberating, and judges are pondering sentencing and your level of remorse.
One other graphic for now, this one from AP, which published this look at the path Guyger took that night.
So just spitballing here, but if the average apartment unit in the complex were 50' wide, and she walked around 500' from the parking garage to the door, she walked past at least 10 doors per side of the hall, or twenty total, ALL displaying, in dazzlingly bright electric numbers, the obvious fact that she was on the wrong floor. I still haven't seen (but would love to) whether there were floor markings on the walls, intermediate fire doors, or the door from the parking structure to the hallway itself, though I suspect there were as well.
So once again, that's not "fatigue" and an "honest mistake", that's either catatonic zombie-shuffling, or deliberately going to the guy's apartment as all other evidence indicates she knew she was doing, and then shooting him dead.
So we've not only got murder beyond a reasonable doubt, and more mens rea from scrubbing her own social media accounts, we also have, in the one she missed, multiple instances of what a prosecutor will have no trouble painting as simple racism, and a homicidal streak a mile wide.
Amber Guyger's antecubital vein.
Valium, succinylcholine, and potassium chloride.
Some assembly required.
|This works for cop killers and killer cops, with equal simplicity. Texas justice, don't let us down.|