Joshua Brown’s Murder Doesn’t Sit Right With Me
I must contain my self-composure while writing this blog. I am angry, I am insulted and who does the Dallas Police Office think they are foolin?!
Joshua Brown, a key witness in the murder trial of a former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger convicted of shooting her neighbor in his own apartment, was shot and killed during a drug deal gone wrong, Assistant Chief Avery Moore said. Brown was killed after an argument with one of three men from Louisiana who had met him in Dallas for a drug purchase, according to the police chief.
Now when I first heard the news that dude was ASSASSINATED— that’s right I said it, ASSASSINATED – I said to myself watch them cover this up. Now low and behold there is this drug deal gone bad story.
What a disgrace! No one is buying this story, social media is in an uproar.
This is why people are afraid to come forward in murder trials and to find out that this dude was also to testify in a civil suit against the city and now his image is being tarnished in a drug deal gone bad? And then here goes the Dallas police department trying to cover their tracks.
As you know, there's been speculation and rumors that have been shared by community
leaders claiming that Mr. Brown's death was related to the Amber Guyger trial, and somehow the Dallas Police Department was responsible," Moore said. Yeah Ok. We’ve seen this story all too many times.
After receiving tips, police obtained a search warrant and recovered 12 pounds of marijuana, 143 grams of THC cartridges, and $4,000 in cash from Brown's apartment.
Who drives 3 hours for a drug deal done in an apartment parking lot. You just testified in a murder trial and you are in fear of your life, but you are out here doing drug deals? It just doesn’t make sense. So guess what happens now people? Amber will appeal and she’ll get out early for her murder because the star witness is now dead.
This murder reeks of corruption, it's not realistic to drive so long for marijuana when medical marijuana is legal in the state they came from. The Justice System wasn’t made for people like Joshua Brown or Bothem Jean.