Botham Jean’s Mother Demands Justice And Calls Out ‘The Devil,’ Amber Guyger

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Allison Jean, the mother of 26-year-old Botham Jean, said Friday that her son's name was smeared by reports that police found 10.4 grams of marijuana in his apartment.

This photo from video released on Thursday by the Kaufman County Sheriff's Office in Kaufman, Texas, shows Dallas police officer Amber Guyger getting booked after turning herself in on September 9 following the fatal shooting of Botham Jean in his own apartment.

In the shooting death of Jean, it is not clear whether Dallas police has issued warrants to search Guyger's apartment as well.

Shortly after the news station was eviscerated on Twitter by people on both sides of the aisle, they changed their headline.

An affidavit also listed that the following items were found during the apartment search: two bullet casings, a police backpack, a lunch box, laptop computer, metal marijuana grinder, two electronic keys and two used packages of medical aid.

Guyger has been arrested for manslaughter and is out on bond.

Hall is within her rights immediately terminate Guyger, but sources told ABC News that it would be rare to do so before the internal police report is complete.

Family and friends paid tribute to Mr Jean at his funeral on Thursday, which was held at a church in a district of Dallas. The lengths the Dallas police going to in order to make sure that narrative fits Botham Jean are so over the top that it would be laughable if we weren't talking about an unspeakable tragedy. She then drew her firearm, claiming she fired twice after Jean "ignored verbal commands".

"The main problem is: What was Officer Guyger doing in Jean's apartment in the first place?" The discovery of pot in Jean's home is "completely irrelevant", he points out to KXAS.

The affidavit explains the door being opened "alerted" Jean to Guyger's presence.

Religious leaders from the Dallas area say they are outraged and saddened by Jean's death. The warrant does not say who it belongs to, but Merritt said "it has so little relevance" that it doesn't matter.

"The Dallas Police Department investigators were interested specifically in finding information that could help assassinate his character", attorney Lee Merritt told reporters.

That post may look bad, but the others on her account certainly eclipse it.

The attorneys have questioned why police would have including searching for "narcotics" in the affidavit seeking to search the Jean's apartment. "My son's life matters".

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