This week on Beyond The Badge, law enforcement analyst Vincent Hill discusses the new indictment of murder former female Dallas officer Amber Guyger faces. As you recall, Guyger shot and killed a man in an apartment she believed to be hers. This case is different from the situations that Jason Van Dyke faced in Chicago and Roy Oliver faced in Balch Springs, TX, both of whom were convicted of murder after officer involved shootings.
Then, Vincent compares the shooting of EJ Bradford in Alabama to the shooting of Richard Black, a 73 year old white veteran in Colorado, shot in his own home by police. Why is the narrative different? Why didn’t this story get national coverage when the situation is essentially the same? How did the community in Colorado view things totally different?
Also, Vincent shares a ridiculous story about a “racist” Christmas Tree in Minneapolis.
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