Postindustrial Audio, Criminal Injustice Podcast, Bonus: Botham Jean’s Killer Convicted

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Judge Tammy Kemp, hugs convicted killer, Amber Guyger, after her conviction of murdering, Botham Jean.

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Amber Guyger, the off-duty police officer who murdered Botham Jean in his Dallas apartment, has been found guilty and sentenced to ten years in prison. The trial’s resolution — and surprising displays of emotion in the courtroom — have sparked almost as much reaction as the crime itself.


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