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originally posted by: maya27
a reply to: SeaWorthy
She didn't walk. she drove to the wrong level by car.
Guyger's attorneys also downplayed that she had been sharing sexually explicit text messages with her work partner and was on the phone with him just before the shooting, which was revealed in the opening of the trial. Prosecutors used those messages to make the case that Guyger was not as fatigued that day as the defense had claimed, and that Guyger intended to see her partner later that night.
originally posted by: JAGStorm
a reply to: hyperlexic
One of the biggest problems I had with the defense is that they said she worked a long 13 hour day!
So what, many of us have done that without walking into a neighbors place and killing them.
originally posted by: Willtell
This is a tragedy since the stupid cop didn’t mean to kill. I wonder how she got in. It seems the door was unlocked.
I have gone to the wrong apartment once in my life, though never beyond the front door
originally posted by: roadgravel
Sentence is 10 years in prison.