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6 Reason Why Many Don't Believe the Dallas Police Statements About Joshua Browns Murder

Joshua Brown Murder, Dallas Police

Joshua Brown was a key witness who testified against Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger, only to be fatally shot and murdered a week later in what many believe to be police retaliation for the conviction of a fellow officer.

Amber Guyger was sentenced to only 10 years for a murder conviction passed down on her for fatally shooting Botham Jean in his own apartment.

According to multiple reports, Mr. Brown was nervous about testifying and at the start of the trial was not even in Dallas. He was threatened with jail time if he did not return to testify, which I’m not even sure is constitutional.

According to the Dallas Police Department, Brown was murdered after a marijuana transaction turned fatal.

Reason 1

Dallas Police assert that 3 men traveled from Louisiana to purchase drugs in Texas.

As a journalist, the statement by police is inconsistent with logic. Why would 3 men travel almost 500 miles to purchase marijuana when they could easily find a supplier in Louisiana? It just does not add up.

Reason 2

Dallas Police also stated that Brown shot at the men, they returned fire and he died.

Again, this statement is inconsistent with logic. Why would Brown, who allegedly was to make money from the illegal transaction, shot his prospect buyer while knowing he was outnumbered and outgunned?

Reason 3,4

If he felt the need to bring a gun, why would Brown not bring backup and why would he be selling marijuana outside in the parking lot of apartment after being on national television testifying against a Dallas Police Officer full well knowing that they were watching him? If Brown was in fact a drug dealer with clients in multiple states, he surely would have known better than that.

Reason 5

Dallas Police also claim to have confiscated 12 pounds of marijuana, 149 grams of THC cartridges and $4,157 in cash, but if Brown knew he was under watch by the Dallas Police, why would he have anything illegal in his home?

Reason 6

If he was that deeply involved in crime, why would he knowingly put a target on his back by testifying? Again, it would be highly illogical and the statements by Dallas Police seems at best fabricated by individuals with their own agenda.

According to Officer Moore, the integrity of the Dallas Police Department was at stake, however, the integrity of the Dallas Police Department was already tarnished by Amber Guyger when she murdered Botham Jean in his own apartment. So please don't blame the community for the Dallas Police Department reputation when we call what we perceive as an injustice and an abuse of power.


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