More than two months after an unarmed and innocent 26-year-old, Botham Shem Jean, was shot to death in his apartment by former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, newly elected Dallas District Attorney John Creuzot is ready to do the job his predecessor failed to—charge Guyger with murder.
The Dallas Police Department and the city’s District Attorney’s Office refuse to release a slew of records that could help the public better understand what happened the night an officer shot and killed an unarmed black man, Botham Jean, in his apartment.
The family of Botham Jean, an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by an off-duty Dallas police officer after she intruded into his home, plans to sue the officer and the city of Dallas for his death.
Have you been confused by the ever-changing narrative and details that keep getting added to the story of what happened the night Dallas police officer Amber Guyger shot and killed Botham Jean—an innocent black man who was minding his own business in his own apartment?
More details are being added to the confusing narrative of just what happened when Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger reportedly shot and killed Botham Jean in his own apartment Thursday night.
As the circumstances surrounding Botham Shem Jean’s shooting death remain cloudy, mourners gathered yesterday to pay tribute to the 26-year-old Caribbean native who was gunned down in his own home by a uniformed Dallas police officer on Thursday night. The cop, who remains unidentified, was off-duty at the time of the…
The deputy chief of the Detroit Police Department will be moving on and up to become the first black woman to become chief of police in the Dallas Police Department.
A Dallas police sergeant has filed a federal lawsuit against Black Lives Matters and its supporters, claiming that the movement is inciting a race war and blaming them for violence against police officers, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown, who was thrust into the national spotlight during the July sniper attack that left five officers dead, has announced his retirement, the Associated Press reports.
The alleged Dallas gunman who was killed after a standoff with police has been identified as 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson, two U.S. law-enforcement officials said, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown revealed Friday that one of the suspected gunmen allegedly behind the shooting deaths of five police officers said he "wanted to kill white people, especially white officers," the Washington Post reports.