This was Brandt Jean’s chance to tell Guyger exactly what he thought of the former Dallas officer after she was sentenced to 10 years in prison for murdering his brother last year when she mistook his apartment for hers.
There were only two rules for his “victim impact statement”: no threats and no profanity. —Jennifer Emily, Dallas Morning News
Boy, this sort of thing sure makes some racist people very angry.
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