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Appeals Hearing Set for Dallas Officer Convicted of Killing Neighbor
"A hearing for a former Dallas cop trying to get her murder conviction tossed is set for this afternoon. Amber Geiger's attorneys say she was defending herself in 2018. Because she missed took both of John's apartment for her own and believed he was an intruder. She's serving a 10 year sentence. John's family has since come out in support of a bill in the state Legislature, known as Bo's Law, which would clarify the castle doctrine that allows someone to use deadly force against an intruder on their own
Texas Court to Hear Appeal for Dallas Officer's Murder Conviction
"Hearing today in the case of a former Texas police officer who shot and killed a black man. CBS's Jim Chris Sula. A Texas appeals court today will hear arguments on overturning the conviction of Amber Geiger, the white former Dallas police officer, was sentenced to 10 years in prison. For the 2018 shooting death of a black neighbor in his own apartment. The judges will have to consider whether the evidence was sufficient to prove that are shooting a bottom. John was murdered Dagger claimed she mistook his apartment for her own and thought he was a burglar. U. S
‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas
"Larger reparations discussion. The city of Dallas is named a street for both of Zon and black man who was shot and killed in his own apartment by former police officer Amber Geiger. Back in 2018. Geiger had mistakenly entered zones apartment thinking it was her own and shot him thinking he was an intruder. There's now a stretch of South Lamar ST It's
Dallas County DA’s Office to Present Oral Arguments in Amber Guyger’s Appeal Case
"County D. A s office is served notice to the fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that it intends to file aural arguments on April 27th on behalf of the state relating to the Amber Geiger case. In 2019 Geiger of former Dallas police officer was sentenced to 10 years in the shooting death of her neighborhood, both of John. She testified that she had mistakenly entered his apartment and shot him. Fearing that he was an intruder inside her room last August. Geiger's lawyers appealed the murder conviction. They're seeking a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. Kim Lamb kins, WB AP News The
Dallas City Council Approves Renaming Street in Memory of Botham Jean
"Dallas City Council has unanimously voted to approve the renaming of a stretch of Lamar ST to both, um Gene Boulevard to honor the 26 year old who was killed in his apartment by an off duty officer in 2018. Former Dallas officer Amber Geiger claimed she thought she was walking into her unit and that he was an intruder. Geiger was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Texas officer charged with murder after shooting a 31-year-old Black man in Wolfe City, northeast of Dallas
"Jonathan Pryce, an African American shot by a white police officer. There has been lots of questions about It's over the last couple of days. Jim Ryan of ABC Radio News is watching the story for us, Jim Thanks very much for joining us. Tell us what happened. You know, we would. Saturday evening and again, you're gonna have to rely on what they said or what they had. It's like so many cases like this. A man named Jonathan Pryce, who lived in Wolf City, Texas, was well known, well liked around the community there. 31 year old, he said. You are his family said that he was near a convenience store. He saw this disturbance going on between a man and woman. He stepped in, tried to break it up. That's when the police showed up. A police officer named Shawn Lucas 22, year old police officer fairly new on the police department. There saw what was happening and tried to take Jonathan Pryce into custody. I didn't know what his role was in the whole thing. Price resisted that and was shot and killed. Now Lucas has hired the same attorney who represented Amber Geiger. Don't know if you remember that case, Dallas who was convicted out of shooting and killing a man in his own apartment that he now that all the sarees is now, our that lawyers now representing Shawn Lucas. He says that price was trying to take looses. Lucas is Taser away from him and that that's when he was shot and killed so they will see where this goes. The officer is on leave right now he's being held on a billion dollars bond until this whole thing is tired out. It is going to a grand jury. The Texas Rangers, the investigative agency, says that this appears to be non justifiable police shooting. Any videotape him. No. Well there there probably is the outside the convenience store. There were security cameras set up now whether they were turned on whether they have provided video. The police have not said. But if there is video, it's in the hands of investigators now will not be made public at least not yet. Maybe not even until there's a trial. So what happens next? Where are we in terms of? Well, what happens next? I guess that's the question. Well, it'll go to the grand jury. The grand jury will either indict Officer Lucas or declined to indict him. No bill him and he'll be turned loose that from there, then we'll be looking at a trial if he's true building on murder charges. There was a vigil held last night in Wolf City for Jonathan Pryce. Now we'll see where it does go in and find out more about what the Texas Rangers role in this. And what's the attorney for police officers. Jim Ryan from ABC
Lawyers For Former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger File Appeal For Lesser Charge Following Murder Conviction
"Asked to consider a lesser charge in the case of former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger, Amber Guy you're serving a 10 year prison sentence after being convicted of murder in the shooting death of both Anjan Geiger claims she shot John after mistaking his apartment for her own. Now her attorneys appealing her conviction, asking for a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. The claim is that the evidence didn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Geiger committed murder. The defense team asking for a hearing to prove their case. Clayton Nevel
Dallas dropped from lawsuit over man shot by cop in own home
"City of Dallas is being removed from a civil lawsuit over the shooting death of an unarmed black man inside his apartment by an off duty cop a federal judge made the decision this week ruling attorneys for both in John's family failed to prove Dallas should be held accountable John was shot to death by amber Geiger in twenty eighteen she was off duty but still in uniform at the time and was
2 men in custody linked to murder of key witness in Amber Guyger trial
"Two men in custody linked to the murder of key witness in amber Geiger trial that's the trial well the officer who parked when is the wrong apartment parked on the floor that she thought was her floor which parked on the wrong one when does open shot the man inside was an accountant it was a witness at when this was shot killed murdered it turns out that was a drug related thing
"amber geiger" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"This is the new twenty eight ninety nine five and then the city to start a twenty so we're going to add to the conspiracy theory Ali we are going to add to the mystery intrigue outrage conspiracy theories on the amber Geiger trial by now saying that the guys who was it made it I wanna smoker I guess regular marijuana smoker basins on testimony and who was shot at in the attempt to kill him not too long ago when he was at a strip club testifies in the amber Geiger trial is killed over the weekend I mean I put this crap all day here with the Kennedy assassination thing there was another government I mean honestly this I I am what what is that what the heck are they doing what a joke yeah this guy who was killed over the weekend who is a witness in the amber Geiger trout if this guy either way shouldn't shock you that somebody was shot and killed in Dallas it is Dallas after all welcome to Dallas hi come for the food and stay because you've got murdered welcome to Dallas this is how we roll in Dallas we all get shocked this is the norm in Dallas but the idea that this guy was assassinated as this race Pampa Tony Lee Merritt thank god I can't stop race Pimpin we merit does says it was assassinated okay okay okay if the guy was killed off for the Geiger trial you might have me think he was killed ball for the hello everybody in there the trial is over she's in jail we all saw she was checked into the Gainesville and the greens will what's it called all the Mountain View correctional institution about an hour south west of Waco is where Geiger is we saw our booking shot the booking here into that prison facility but no no doubt in Kay and then and then the race pimply merit who is not allowed to practice criminal law and by late by this point because he has not passed the Texas state bar at this point I got a one okay is it is it is he having problems passing is even tried I don't know all he's been brought in in front by the Texas state Bar Association do I have in my view do you your trip you're putting your your practicing for the most part usually practicing criminal law without a license fee he only has a ability to practice civil law because he passed the bar like New Jersey or something the race dole came out and said he was assassinated and lied and sent out a tweet saying that this guy was shot in the mile with and we're still in the miles and I think in the back I mean it wasn't sure but the good news is all the intelligent people on Twitter really Twain read sixty eight thousand Darren's so it must be true because I saw it on Twitter well it in the race pimply Merrick tweeted out so we know I mean now just because you member about to what was an executive producer Chris a year ago when he tweeted out a lot of that that state trooper had raped one of his clients rather that he Rick my client a black woman on a traffic stop for drunken driving stop turned out that wasn't true on no longer star.
Slain witness in ex-cop's trial was set to testify against Dallas police
"Five activist Sean king is offering a hundred thousand dollars for the killer of a key witness in the amber Geiger murder trial the former Dallas police officer was convicted last week of murdering both of John and sentenced to ten years in jail Joshua brown was a neighbor of John and Geiger and the former U. S. football player gave key testimony at the trial police say brown was shot Friday night in the parking lot of his apartment
Key witness in Amber Guyger trial shot to death
"The key prosecution witness at the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger has been killed Josh will brown was a neighbor of both from John who was shot to death by Geiger in his own apartment brown testified in Geiger's murder trial for the prosecution and became emotional when describing hearing the gunshots we shot over the weekend in an apartment parking lot just days after Geiger was sentenced to ten years in prison you're listening to USA
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"On Sunday night the president called for the impeachment of house speaker Nancy Pelosi and intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff accusing them of high crimes and misdemeanors even treason the president wrote of her phone call between the president and Turkish strong mentor to on the White House announced the Turkey would soon invaded northern Syria that is where Kurdish fighters allied with the U. S. are battling Islamic state the statement says the US will not support or be involved in the operation and will no longer be in the immediate area in Dallas police don't even have a description of a suspect in this weekend's killing of Joshua brown who provided key prosecution testimony in the conviction of fired cop amber Geiger who fatally shot a man after mistakenly entering his apartment activists now calling for justice for brown and offering a one hundred thousand dollar reward his family speaking through an attorney say brown was a reluctant witness and question if his death was connected to his testimony ABC's Kaylee Hartung ninety five year old former president Jimmy Carter showed up at a habitat for humanity build in Nashville sporting a black eye and several stitches above an eyebrow I fell down and hit by far the only shop in Asia and had to go to the hospital and they took forty stitches in mouth farmville Mr Carter says he feels fine you're listening to ABC news would you take a hundred dollars and throw eighty of it away if you're taking drugs or vitamin tablets that's exactly what you're doing because eighty percent of those tablets are not being absorbed hi I'm not sure how the doctor Dennis black creator of Texas super food many of you take Texas improve daily and feel great but some people tell us they just don't like the taste.
Witness in ex-Dallas officer's murder trial shot and killed
"A witness in the murder trial of amber Geiger. white Dallas police officer who killed her black neighbor after thinking his apartment was hers has died. Dallas police investigating the murder of the witness KTVT television reporter Nicole Jacobsz with the latest in a sad twist of events Josh will brown Josh will brown who testified during the amber Geiger trial so right at the top was shot and killed Friday night outside of the terror apartments on cedar springs road Lee Merritt an attorney for both of John's family says he spoke with brown's mother I did hear from Karen McCoy which was to us was a mother who lives out of the state and
Joshua Brown, key witness in Amber Guyger murder trial and neighbor of Botham Jean, shot to death in Dallas
"A key witness in the amber Geiger murder trial has been shot to death the former Dallas police officer was convicted last week of murdering bottom John and sentenced to ten years in jail Joshua brown was a neighbor of both John and Geiger gave key testimony at the trial police say brown was killed Friday not in the parking lot of his apartment complex where he was found with multiple
Witness in ex-Dallas officer's murder trial shot and killed
"Geiger trial witness debt trump attacks Romney I'm Evan handing a key prosecution witness in the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger has been killed Joshua brown was a neighbor of both them John who was shot to death by amber guy you're in his apartment brown testified in Geiger's murder trial for the prosecution and became emotional when describing hearing the gunshots brown was shot over the weekend and apartment parking lot just days after Geiger were sentenced to ten years in prison witnesses say they heard several gunshots in soul silver sedan speed out of the parking lot police now investigating what exactly led to the killing correspondent Clayton Nevil reports a lawyer for victim both them the edges John's family said brown help put guy girl away and said brown's mother is devastated we all
Witness who testified in Amber Guyger trial shot to death
"A key prosecution witness in the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger has been killed just to a brown was a neighbor of both the John who was shot to death by amber guy you're in his apartment brown testified in Geiger's murder trial for the prosecution and became emotional when describing hearing the gunshots brown was shot over the weekend and apartment parking lot just days after Geiger were sentenced to ten years in prison witnesses say they heard several gunshots in soul silver sedan speed out of the parking lot police now investigating what exactly led to the killing correspondent Clayton Nevil reports a lawyer for victim both them the edges John's family said brown help put guy girl away and said brown's mother is devastated we
Witness who testified in Amber Guyger trial shot to death
"Pence a civil rights attorney says a key witness in the murder trial of Dallas police officer amber Geiger as been found shot to death just two days after Geiger was sentenced to ten years in prison the man's testimony was instrumental in Geiger's murder conviction for the shooting death of both in jun witness had lived across from John and gave an emotional testimony police have not released the man's name more identified any
"amber geiger" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Yeah. and that Black Sea these race pimps as a bunch of out there. are asking you not to get to know amber Geiger. asking you not to get to know her not to forgive her. like. John did. not to give her ten years like the young black larger Jr women Jr just to talk about they're asking you not to get to know her or the case amber the case they're asking you to convey her. do you not to forget her. but funny though they're not gonna be treated that way. I gotta say that. they want to be treated the way Brent treated. got. that's a very interesting. the race pimps came out today and they're asking for the resignation of DPA self preservation president Mike model. because he had the audacity to counsel Geiger and do what is legally allowed to do for her legal counsel and representation as a police association for police officer. they don't know and they don't care. this one blood. some of the race pimp activists today called for the reduce of use of deadly force by officers. what you're doing is saying we want more officers to dis the more thugs can can that can kill you instead of you let them killing the thugs. not gonna happen or should it. a channel a reporting activists want multiple past officer involved shooting case to be reopened and investigate. no unless there's a specific thing that would I'd be willing to look at but I. the most part now get out here. in chief all the P. the previous spoke today she says they released a statement she already has addressed this will not be making any additional comments regarding this matter gosh. get out of here. to. the national Turner colonel order police the largest one of the largest police organizations the country came out today and defended Mike model. defended Mike model and his actions to turn off the recording when Geiger was in the back of the squad and and pull out because it was a quote privileged conversation. as Geiger's in back in here the raised him for number one. of white privilege no no no none. as Gaidar's union representative president Montella have been negligent had he not made the request they also called for all these are raised him but people also called for the elected officials and candidates to refuse endorsements in campaign contributions for DPA father taking notes on the left because they are the left then the anti cop anti trump left. they're also asking to the department of justice to get involved get happy. you got here though from. more from the jurors speaking WFAA TV channel eight anchor Chris Lawrence. who I met in had extension this extended conversation with a couple weeks ago because I do editorials for channel eight regularly have been doing for like. six years seven years are a Christian I talked to Matt is a really nice guy with a lot of good stories that we shared and I really like him a lot we had a we had off nicely she personally but do you know each other but Chris Lawrence kind of summed up with some of the jurors said as well that didn't make the news she said ever Geiger's text messages to our partner though those sexy messages in a some of the social media posting a broader during sentencing with that some people call races she said that really didn't factor in all that much effect she said look I I probably walked into a room and looked around and said look at all these white people and you could take that comment out of context and she said that didn't really factor into what we were deciding I'm. interestingly she also said we.
Jurors in Amber Guyger's murder trial agreed that 28 year sentence was too harsh
"A member of the jury that sentenced former Dallas police officer to ten years for murder says she just couldn't give prosecutors what they wanted they ask for twenty eight years and I will be honest and true I was like. I can give her it's only eight years. you're in Dallas was given the choice between either manslaughter or murder the jury chose the more severe conviction but some protesters said ten years was too lenient the former cop amber Geiger claims she shot a man in his own apartment because she was scared and thought he was actually an intruder in her
Amber Guyger: US ex-cop sentenced to 10 years for murder
"The former Dallas police officer amber Geiger and let me just start off by saying. I don't think the threatened why it's war protests are appropriate now here's the deal amber Geiger former Dallas police officer she's relatively young and because we view everything through the prism of race she is white everybody I think knows the story by now last summer she's coming on home from her shift and she's she's worked like over time she gets off on the wrong floor at her apartment complex in Dallas she is apparently not on the phone she's at least allegedly sending like Macy messages to some guy that she seeing on the police department so she's tired she's distracted. he gets off on the fourth floor instead of the third floor she walks into the hallway of her of the apartment building but she's on the wrong floor she according to her testimony doesn't realize that she's on the wrong floor now there's all sorts of indicators as to why she should have noticed she's on the wrong floor but she says she's not paying attention to this and I think for you know I think most of us can perhaps relate have you ever gotten off on the wrong floor then realized Gee I'm on the wrong floor you ever look for your car in a parking garage and gotten off on the wrong floor she gets off on the wrong floor and does not notice the chief you know on the wrong floor she goes up to what she thinks is her apartment but it's not her apartment because she's one floor up doesn't notice the fact that you know. the number which is supposed to be with three eighteen or whatever she's in front of four eighteen doesn't notice the fact that the welcome mat is red instead of blue or or whatever so she she is distracted she goes to open the door the door is unlocked so she goes into this apartment thinking that she's going into her apartment was she's in somebody else's apartment and there's the apartment owner sitting light soft guys watching TV he stands up when you see somebody walking into his apartment she pulled out her service revolver and shoots and kills right so that's the underlying facts she is charged and as we talked about before in my opinion completely and totally appropriately convicted of first degree intentional homicide nets you know it's she's so she's convicted of this particular crime juries only out like an hour and a half to decide on her guilt okay no problem at all with that verdict it is appropriate what's interesting in Texas is the juries in cases like this have input into the the sentencing and what happens is yesterday the jury at the end of the sentencing phase of the trial not the guilt phase but the sentencing trial comes down in sentences her to ten years in prison the prosecution had recommended twenty eight years she gets a ten year sentence now the brother of the victim you perhaps saw the footage he says look I I don't so far as I'm concerned I don't think she needs to be in jail goes over and hugs are prosecution wanted twenty eight years she gets ten and immediately afterwards you have a number of quote unquote social justice advocates who are absolutely outrageous you know the phrase no justice no peace separate cetera that's what people are chanting the idea of being a relatively attractive white police officer shoots and kills a person of color and only gets ten years for one for. four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talking text like honestly don't remember if I said this on the air or off the to one of my teammates to saying what do you think she's going to get and. what I said was I think it's probably going to be somewhere between ten and fifteen years so it was ten I don't think that this wasn't an appropriate
"amber geiger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Would be give your life to Christ smiles that's that's some really powerful stuff again this is the brother of Bob and Jean who was shot and killed by this former police officer amber Geiger and then something strange happens. I don't know if this is possible but okay can I give road please so basically what happens after that is the judge says yes this is really this is unchartered territory this stuff just doesn't happen. and they give each other a very long hug it was very emotional and I gotta tell you the first time I saw this yesterday I got a little choked up it was. extremely powerful stuff so I I wanted to give this brother a lot of credit for doing something that I don't think many of us would be able to do that is forgive but now I want to get to the part of the story that I did not know about that we did not know about I said that I did not believe this woman was racist I didn't believe that race was involved because there was no evidence to support that will guess what now we have some evidence to support something differently and maybe the jury had this information but I don't think it came out in court until the sentencing phase so I don't know if the jury had this information but this is really bad stuff and again if you're just joining us we're speaking about amber Geiger getting ten years that was the sentence lot of people think it was a light sentence and I'm gonna tell you why I think it was actually a license in a second. so this is Martin Luther king junior day parade amber Geiger is on the police force she's working on Martin Luther king day in one chain of text messages between Geiger and others they op had to work Martin Luther king junior day they're talking about that this was January two thousand and fifteen one person in this tax change asked of the parade one does this end lots of laughs Geiger replied when Martin Luther king is dead oh wait. first of all. I've never heard anyone make a joke about the death of Martin Luther king junior never a friend family member anybody people I work with I've never heard anybody make a joke like that so that is beyond reprehensible to start then I move on to this where amber Geiger they're talking a little bit. about I believe they're they're talking about racist police police off African American police officers were quote is damn I was at this area with five different black officers not races but damn one of her police officer friend said then Geiger replies by saying not racist but just have a different way of working and it shows. so that that you know she's saying that African American police officers work differently than than white police officers if that's not racist I don't know what is and then it gets worse September fourth two thousand and eight turn a person named Etheridge appeared to play fully offer to give Geiger a German shepherd she makes a joke saying she may be a racist talking about the dog I don't think is anything wrong with that saying yeah I got a dog I think the dogs are racist because the dog I don't know barks in front of African Americans okay big deal that's not a big deal but this is where god your response and this is very telling Geiger responds by saying I wish I could have one but not in the support apartment she added seconds later it's okay I'm the same in work in research in response to the dog her friend is talking about a racist dog she says I'm the same. now her defense attorney said that they should not be admissible in court clearly it was in the sentencing phase this clearly shows in my personal opinion. this one is a racist Hey she's made comments. joking around about Martin Luther king's death it's one thing if you make a racist joke I don't condone that but joking around about the death of Martin Luther king her friends saying she is a racist dog and then she replies by saying I'm the same. and it just so happens that she kills an African American man well guess what my opinions on this case have changed..
"amber geiger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Police officer amber Geiger's been sentenced to ten years in prison after being convicted of murdering a man she had mistakenly thought was in her apartment in a dramatic turn of events after the sentencing was handed down the brother of the victim hugs her in court and said he forgives her I forgive you. and. I know if you go to god and ask him. he will forgive you. and I don't think anyone could soon again I'm speaking for myself I'm not even better for my family. but I love you just like anyone else. really remarkable scene there with the brother and and he he and both of John's killer hugging each other for about forty seconds apparently and while that was happening the judge was getting teared up and using some tissue to. dabbing her eyes and then she hugged amber Geiger. the remarkable stuff Clayton level has been following the story from the beginning and he joins us now tell us more about yesterday's of delivery of the jury sentenced morning Clayton. name good morning it really was quite an emotional moment yesterday in and out of the courtroom as at the same time that brand John was embracing amber guide her there was on rats in the Dallas County courthouse people chanting No justice no peace but there were a lot of people at home there are a lot of people even in that courthouse that we're looking at brand John during his victim impact statement and I truly feel like if he sent a message to a lot of people who were boiling up with anger in those moments some people who may have been considering attending some of the protests that were held last night that may have had a change of thought because of what Brent John did I spoke with several people who said it was extremely inspiring and that they actually were able to take a deep breath after that and kind of reassess their emotions and what was going out not to say there were no press protest there are about fifty people last night outside the courthouse that marched through downtown but for the most part it was call and there's and it seems like there's even division in Botham John's family where you have the eighteen year old brother who is willing to forgive and his mother who who seems to be having a little bit harder time with that. yeah you know over Allison John both John's mother focused more after the sentence on what needs to happen in the city of Dallas moving forward how something like this can't happen again she focused on what she called corruption within the Dallas police department and within the city of Dallas she really didn't focus much on the sentence when talking about the ten year student of both the Machon mother said that you know she gets what she get that she they went to the jury and the jury made the ruling in that the justice system and she left it at that but she did speak for about two maybe three minutes on how her experience in Dallas is showing her that there is corruption within the Dallas police department obviously we heard in testimony in this trial allegations that some police were trying to give amber Geiger special treatment specific way Mike model with the Dallas police association reports stories about the in car recorder being turned off that night and things like that so that's what I was in John was focusing on moving forward more than the ten year sentence and the Dallas police chief Renee hall was quick to come right out and say we're going to do an infant tornal investigation and all of this right. that's right yeah and you know what the protests that was held last night actually ended up focusing more on that aspect of it did it did on the ten year sentence now again there are people who do feel like amber Geiger did not get enough that the sentence wasn't high enough but what the rally in protest that I was there last night really turned into was more of a call for Mike models firing and also for their resignation rather and for the firing of Martin Rivera who is amber Geiger's former police partner in the allegation there is that he deleted text messages with Geiger the night of the shooting which some people call tampering with evidence from what we understand my mother said he would have some sort of a common after all this was said and done but we haven't heard from him yet can we expect some sort of statement maybe today or. but we can certainly hope for that I reached down the this week to Mike Latta and he was maintaining throughout this trial that he could not speak because he essentially could be called to the stand that's off the table now this thing is done she's got ten years she's already started serving her sentence and that's it so at some point Mike Monday is going to have to come out and say something and usually he's pretty transparent about doing that however this is a little bit different of a situation with him being the main person in question here so yeah I would expect to hear from like minded today whether we will or not we'll see it but he's gonna happen talk at some point we're talking click Nevil whose following Corsi amber Geiger conviction and now sentencing and Clayton a you know it's your speculation but this is what people are talking about first of all we were surprised that they came back with a with a verdict as quickly as they did after nearly five hours or so of of consideration and then we thought well they're probably going to give her a pretty heavy sentence and only ten years is the jury any any members of the jury that you know of are going to me making any public comments are asking any questions they're allowed to do so but they haven't so far right. yeah they haven't yet a you know maybe one or two you will speak at some point this is such a high profile trial that that there may be a lot of jurors you want to lay low but it will be interesting and hopefully we can hear from some of those jurors as to how that sentence that will came about again if you look at that if you look at this it's about the average penalty according to a lot of legal experts that you would get in a manslaughter conviction because the manslaughter ranges to to twenty years murder was five to ninety nine in here she is getting ten which is basically right smack dab in the middle of that manslaughter charge so they get the murder conviction but the sentence is more reminiscent of manslaughter very interesting there a you know a just from watching the trial all week and I said this yesterday before the verdict came down I'm not sure that the jury could go with the manslaughter charge because of the fact that amber Geiger said her intent was to kill I really feel like at that point that took manslaughter off the table forcing the jury to go with murder and at that point that they were there and it was up to them on the sentencing and they settled on ten years so that's speculation based on observing the trial but that certainly is a possibility I am very interesting do we know where she's going to serve out her time it at what prison. yeah I believe it'll be in Huntsville not she's not there yet you need at least there it again last night I'm not exactly sure on when they will transfer her but at some point amber Geiger will go to Huntsville. hi Clayton thank you so much sure you've done a great job covering this story for us here in Dallas and also for the network and the rest of the country we appreciate we appreciate your presence in the KLIF newsroom once in awhile too. all right Dave thanks all right there is a there's click novel L. 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"amber geiger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Amber Geiger outside the courtroom though people protested reacted angrily to that sentence believing ten years was too lenient Geiger returning from a long shift that fateful night parked on the wrong floor of her apartment complex and mistook jeans apartment for her own finding the door open she entered and shot him thinking he wants a burglar. seven people are dead after World War two era plane with thirteen aboard crashed and burned at the Hartford airport after encountering that mechanical troubled after take off Wednesday the B. seventeen bomber struggle to get into the air and slammed into a maintenance building at Bradley International as pilots circle back for a landing Connecticut public safety said hours after the crash that some of those on board were burned. difficult to identify and the death toll could rise officials said some lives were likely saved by the efforts of people including a person who raced to help the victims and people on the plane who helped others escaped the fire by opening a hatch. well after high profile flops Microsoft is getting back into the smartphone business with a dual screen android folding device but it will be out for another year Microsoft unveiled the surface do as part of a new line up of computers on Wednesday it's a reversal following lackluster demand for its own operating system and the ill fated purchase of Nokia tech expert Jonathan Roubini attended Wednesday's event he told the Associated Press Microsoft also unveiled its own set of ear buds..
"amber geiger" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The sentence for amber Geiger the former Dallas police officer convicted of murder yesterday in the shooting death of her upstairs neighbor both on John in his own apartment you're listening to ABC news good afternoon I'm brand for our top story a search is underway for two hikers missing about hood a group of six people took the paradise park trail east of rhododendron yesterday for the hikers returned to their cars but seventy one year old and a young and seventy one year old suki Yang didn't return the Clackamas county sheriff's office is close the paradise park trail while they search the problem is there are several other trails in that area making it difficult to know where they might have gone temperatures were in the thirties overnight fire damaged apartment in Wilsonville this morning the apartments are located there Wilsonville road and meadows lobe fallen by fire and rescue crews were able to keep the fire to one apartment despite a shared attic nobody hurt the cause of that fire is under investigation Oregonians who receive food stamps may see an increase in their monthly amount eleven ninety K. axes Michael Desmond reports on October first the federal government revises its budget numbers and that means an increase for some of organs nine hundred eleven thousand food stamp recipients Jennifer grant's with the department of Human Services says if you currently receive. that benefits those benefits will not go down you will see an increase that you got one some people will stay the same Glenn says they don't send notices to recipients and you should contact your local DHS office if you have questions a grand jury is clear the Portland police officer who shot and killed a man in June David downs was reportedly holding a woman hostage at knife point he also claimed he had an explosive device that happened in the stairwell of a building in the pearl district the grand jury found that officer Nathan Kirby clubhouse ski was justified in the shooting they're now eight cases of vaping related illness in Oregon Vance three new cases since last week two of the illnesses so far have resulted in death in both of those cases health officials say that the person invade marijuana products but it's not yet clear what made the other patients sick the Oregon health authority has issued a public health warning urging people to stop all kinds of vaping people are getting a good laugh out of a dash cam video of a man caught in the act of breaking into a Beaverton woman's car it is funny that look on his face was priceless he tells Kate to she didn't want to be identified police have not caught the man yet but they say they have a really good picture of what he looks like on Wall Street the Dow currently down four hundred seventy points nasdaq down one twenty S. and P. down.
"amber geiger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Former Dallas police officer amber Geiger was found guilty of murdering both them John in his apartment Geiger testified she had mistaken her upstairs neighbor's apartment as her own and shot him thinking he was an intruder the jury's verdict here means Geiger faces a sentence of up to ninety nine years in prison and persuade Goodwin reports from Dallas after six days of testimony the news that the jury had reached its verdict struck like a thunderbolt it taken them just five hours amber Geiger was guilty of murder as judge Tammy camp read the verdict one woman yelped at another clapped once but the judge immediately put a stop to the outburst Geiger looks shocked while both of John's mother Allison raised her hands in praise and said to the heavens god is good outside the Dallas courthouse Johns families lawyers and supporters rejoiced for them the jury's findings were sweet right just us in a racially unjust world been Crump represents the John family this verdict is for Trayvon Martin is for Michael brown is for senator blame is put to a mere rice is for Eric garner for so many. Malcolm brown human beings all across America this verdict today this put them there about a courageous thing. after breaking for lunch the sentencing phase of the trial began finally it was both some Jon's mother's turn to take the stand and tell the story of a young man called blow she told the court that from an early age he was a star good looking a math whiz with the voice so fine he was the leader of the church choir outgoing and charismatic people were drawn to John and he returned the love he got with gusto Allison John shared a favorite memory bull someone's. surprised me for mother's day. I didn't know he was. she. sleep in that Sunday afternoon and it is for. he is the called me Gigi. that was short for governor general he said I was is governor general. hi and I was sleeping and I hood chichi I'm an ex but that's both from his voice but maybe I'm Dreamin. so I close my eyes again. and he just came and laid out on me on the path. if the all the way from Arkansas at the time and he came to seven ocean surprise me. for the city of Dallas is African American community the verdict was a relief Reverend Frederick Haynes the third is the pastor of the mega church friendship west Baptist and the leader of the city's black community Hanes believes the fact that the jury was composed predominantly of people of color played a role in the verdict we all see from where we stand and so you're talking about a jury made up of people who call from where we historically have stood at the people in this country and I think that that weighed heavily in the verdict was read the sentencing phase continues today soon the jury will weigh the fate of amber Geiger Wade Goodwin NPR news Dallas. this is NPR news..
"amber geiger" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"To talk about a case that is going on in Dallas where I live and have lived here now for seventeen years I am a big pro law enforcement guy I'm a rule of law guy and I think anybody is willing to put a flag on their shoulder and risk their life every day for us whether it's in a battle field in a far away land or whether on the battlefield in inner city streets someplace or or whether it's a rescue person out run into some farmer's house. if you're gonna put a flag on your shoulder and step up for America I salute you. so now we have this case out of Dallas amber Geiger the Dallas police officer let me let me break it down for you what happened here in Dallas you gonna know what happened because it's all anybody's talking about but anywhere else it's it's getting a lot of coverage as a case of black and white hello a white cop shoot an innocent black man that did happen but this is not a story about a white cop shooting a black man it's not about an innocent man being shot by a police officer it's about an innocent man being shot by someone who appeared to be an idiot at the time and it is an absolutely sad story so amber Geiger's coming home from work late at night she was on duty she gets off she's in uniform she comes into what she thinks is her apartment door. she opens up the apartment door. and there is a shadow we figure she demands if you believe her testimony show your hand she said she couldn't see his hands whether he did or not and she believes she's in her apartment she shoots fires and kills this man. here's the only problem. amber Geiger Dallas police officer parked on the wrong floor in her Dallas apartment building just two blocks away but from the Dallas police headquarters by the way. on the wrong floor. she got off on the wrong floor was walking down the hall doesn't notice that there's potted plants in front of a neighbor's door that isn't on her floor she doesn't notice that the apartment numbers are different she doesn't notice that the doormat to this apartment that she goes into has a red door mat hers has none she doesn't notice when she walked into the apartment that there is a a table there a big one. she doesn't have one. and she doesn't notice that her key would have turned red which it did the detectives showed this on video. and they moved into the door the door was unlocked she went into the wrong apartment. now when the story first broke I didn't know what to believe but there's no way anybody goes into the wrong apartment come on but as I listen to her tell the story and as I listen to her testimony I absolutely one hundred percent believe this woman shot this man by accident when she tended to pull the trigger clearly she admits that but it was an accident in the fact that she went into the wrong apartment. and does that make it murder. well the district attorney in Dallas charged her with murder now when I try to do is put myself in the shoes of the family of the man who was killed bottom gene. a black man by all accounts the greatest guy fun successful work for a big accounting firm I I believe. and he shifted apartments watching TV a police officer storms and shoot them somebody's got to pay for that right if I put myself in the shoes of that family. what do we convict her of murder one. senator prison for god knows how long. that's a problem to me. they charged her with murder one why did they charged with murder one I believe the fault was. we're either gonna get a convict they they had to get a conviction of murder one or they could have gone down a manslaughter but manslaughter isn't really applicables here. because amber Geiger admitted she kill them she admitted she made a decision to pull the trigger. that's not manslaughter masters we didn't mean to do it she meant to do it she just thought she was in the wrong apartment. jury comes back murder one. what do you think. is she guilty of murder one she guilty of anything should she have walked the jury said murder one that's what came back eight three three three three Gorka eight three three three three four six seven five two I want to hear what you have to say about this now amber Geiger's testimony was certainly compelling. sh but she made some mistakes and the mistakes she made I believe led ultimately to her conviction so as we talk about this case and what should or should not have happened I'll play some portions of her testimony and and my heart aches for the Geiger family and amber Geiger. my heart aches for the ball from gene family as well this is an all out travesty now does do any buddy any good descend amber Geiger to prison for decades. does it do anybody any good. I don't think it does should she be punished somehow probably. murder once a tall tall order though listen listen to amber Geiger testimony this was Friday last week. keep the.
"amber geiger" Discussed on AP News
"More amber Geiger white former Dallas police officer was convicted of murder Tuesday for shooting and killing her black unarmed neighbor both some John in his apartment in September twenty eighteen we merit is the John family attorney this is a victory for black people in America the sentencing phase began immediately John's mother Allison testified since been the most terrible time for me the same jury that found Geiger guilty will consider her fate Texas sentencing guidelines range from five years to life in prison for the conviction hi Mike Crossey in a tweet today president trump labeled the impeachment enquiring a quote intended to take away the power of the people from claims in his latest tweets impeachment drive is aimed at blocking his agenda of protecting the second amended building a border wall on preserving religious freedom a coup is defined as a sudden violent and illegal seizure of government power the impeachment process is laid out in the constitution meanwhile secretary state Mike Pompeii takes a defiant stance in a P. watching the correspondence sacrament gone reports a trio committees are fighting back secretary of state Mike Pompeii always taking a defiant stance in the impeachment pro America's top diplomat says house Democrats are trying to intimidate and bully five current and former state department officials by seeking information in the Ukraine investigation three house panels that schedule depositions for the officials over the next two weeks Pompeii says the dates are not feasible and that he will not tolerate such attacks the panels that already subpoenaed Pompeii himself for documents and the pro band made clear any stonewalling would be considered obstruction of Congress his push back signals a confrontation between the administration and Congress is growing and could slow the impeachment push Sager mag ani Washington. this is a P. radio news former New York Republican congressman Chris Collins pleads guilty to federal insider trading laws stemming from his business dealings with the biotech company in Australia he was the company's largest shareholder and was on the board during a congressional picnic in twenty seventeen college received an email from the company CEO saying an experimental drug failed in clinical trials he then is said to have told his son who began selling shares the next day Jeffrey Berman US attorney for the Southern District of New York Collins admitted to among other things the legally tipping his son while standing on the White House lawn Cameron Collins is expected to plead guilty Thursday Grinnell college in Iowa has forfeited its seven remaining football games this season after losing eleven players to injury living just twenty eight on the roster at the division three school Grinnell lost its first three games by a.
"amber geiger" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Amber Geiger's murder trial now underway in Dallas the former cop convicted of murder in the shooting death of our neighbor balsam John correspondent Omar via Frank it was not capital murder it was murder for the death penalty is not on the table but she could spend the rest of her life in prison attorney Lee Merritt represents the family of victim both from Jean I want to thank this jury for taking the time hearing the evidence and getting it right we still have the sentencing phase to go but this is a huge victory marriage is the outcome of the trial should not be a surprise it's a sad reality that this community waited on pins and needles to decide whether or not someone could be held guilty for killing an unarmed black man in his home while eating ice cream this should have been automatic this should have been anticipating expected but it is extremely rare as police officers need to be held accountable CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon WTMJ news time three thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center the brewers wrenching closer to taking the field in Washington DC for tonight's wild card game against the nationals a sunny and very warm day in the nation's capital with temperatures expected to reach eighty six it'll cool down slightly before game time tonight the brewers twenty five man roster features outfielder Lorenzo Cain remains questionable to play due to an ankle sprain also on the roster three starting pitchers including tonight's starter Brandon Woodruff the rest of the ten men pitching crew made up of relievers Alex Claudio junior Garak Josh hater J. Jackson. Freddie Peralta group Pomeranz N. bridge sooner should the brewers win tonight they'll be able to reset the roster prior to the and they'll do yes with the brewers in the nation's capital Greg mythic WTMJ support Mister baseball Bob euchre looking forward to the match up tonight. check on the trade deal with China. to win a game you tells W. T. M. J.'s DC feeding the crew is locked in and ready to go a couple of guys who are hurt a little bit but from my understanding they're going to play tonight they're gonna give it a go you preferring to Ryan Braun and hopefully Lorenzo Cain who are both being dubbed Mister baseball also thinks manager Craig Counsell is one of the best in the business I've been around great since he was a a little guy hang around with his dad. he hasn't changed in the desire to.
"amber geiger" Discussed on KGO 810
"Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg recently admitted to employees the prospect. I'm Elizabeth Warren presidency could quote suck for the company that according to leaked audio published by the verge on the audio is soccer Berg says a worn effort to break up tech companies would lead to a legal fight. yeah I mean all right there yeah I have a major lawsuit against our own government. physician that you want to be in one year you know I mean it's like we we care about our country and I want to work with our government to do good things but we'll look at in the day someone's gonna write something that will you go to. thirds is the meeting came the same month Facebook agreed to pay a five billion dollar penalty to settle a federal lawsuit over user privacy California's efforts to preserve net neutrality have been supported by a federal appeals court in Washington DC the coral the FCC has the right to dumb net neutrality rules but cannot bar states like California from passing their own the twenty fifteen net neutrality rules have barred internet providers such as AT and T. Comcast and Verizon from blocking slowing down or charging internet companies to favor some sites or apps over others without these rules phone and cable companies can interfere with internet traffic as long as they disclose it senator Scott Weiner who wrote California's net neutrality law says the court's decision means the California law remains intact. the white a former Dallas police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in his home has been found guilty of murder correspondent playing doubles amber Geiger claim she mistook bottom John's apartment for her own and was in fear for her life when she shot him the jury deliberated for close to five hours total before judge Tammy camp read the verdict in court we the jury unanimously find the defendant amber Geiger guilty of murder gags attorneys argued self defense but the prosecution said John was an innocent man in his own apartment now on to sentencing John family attorney Benjamin Crump says he's optimistic allowed a commentator said there would be no murder conviction right so right now we already ahead.
"amber geiger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And there's a lot going on this is Kerr I was just curious if you'd seen anyone yeah I'm looking at the right now in the courtroom of amber Geiger's family sitting there obviously pretty emotional have you seen anyone come out of that area who is supportive of ever going to see a lot of people support of of both in John. not one person we've seen amber Geiger's mom and her stepfather throughout the trial they've been walking back and forth on you know if you're going in and out of breaks and we see them here throughout the trial no one. family has that has come out they happen taking. two separate insurance typically the event and comes out to the courthouse and then through the normal means that everybody else goes through but again there have been multiple death threats against provider and so there have been concerned about her safety as well as that of the family and other people surrounding this trial so they have been taking amber Geiger. area and I believe that maybe that's probably what they're going to do with her family at this point I don't suspect that they're going to come through this war to media that they do have ways that they would get this to her family out of court house so that they don't have these Allah does that sound out here right now but I do suspect that that we will be seeing the lawyers for the Johnson family come out they're really about the only ones that can talk. in the tourney canton witnesses that are going to be called in the punishment phase can't talk so I wouldn't expect that we're getting a lot of. this. hear from everybody punishment phase is over and they. how many years. want to stand in. for people who are just joining us right now we are lives there is moment that talking to Rebecca Lopez. the courthouse at. guilty of murder about twenty.
"amber geiger" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Amber Geiger the former Dallas cop charged in the death of neighbor both from John the judge read the verdict just moments ago in the court room we the jury unanimously find the defendant amber Geiger guilty of murder as charged in the indictment no outward in the trial going to rid minute do the killing but says she thought she was in her apartment when she saw the victim the jury deliberated just a few hours before coming to its decision the jury asked the judge questions about the Texas castle law before returning the verdict secretary of state Mike Pompeii doesn't tweet very often but this morning he's tweeting that he'll try to resist congressional subpoenas for information on the president's Ukraine phone call that is triggered an impeachment inquiry correspondent Sarah Westwood reports Congress is looking to have five former or present state department employees testified house Democrats wanted to get depositions from five current and former state department officials and part of their request involved in not having a White House lawyer or a state department lawyer a company those witnesses they said they didn't want minders from the administration to try to prevent candid testimony in that letter part of what Pompeii a list as his objections is not having a not being allowed to have a lawyer present FOR tax state department and the federal court is just decided the government does have a right to eliminate the so called net neutrality rules but the court also ruled that individual states can still pass their own net neutrality rules the US and North Korea have agreed to resume nuclear negotiations following a months long stalemate over withdrawal of sanctions in exchange for disarmament and US factory activity hit its lowest level in more than a decade this trade wars take a toll on American manufacturing.
"amber geiger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"LBJ that's amber Geiger on the stand on Friday crying for the most part good understanding she said. she did say that she screamed at him to quote stock and he came at her dress and show your hands he said and I don't believe that I don't know if she did or not because nobody heard. they heard a loud there too because you hear the shot yeah. I don't know what that to the test let's go to some apartment complex indoors and have somebody stand there and scream. put your hands up three times and see if anybody in the building hears about you they do I did read today that her apartment was vastly different that is really yes did not have as much furniture the place but the Tate there's no table it was hers with half of our table yeah I did I don't know anything about hers and and the red carpet he had out front yeah I didn't have. yeah the format. I mean. can you take the jury down there and walk around did do that that all the time we are from the big deal I mean I think that for but I mean probably more so the the prosecutor but even to a degree maybe the defense and that is okay walk down the hall. put your head down is there a phone ever walk down the hall let's see if you can tell that was go upstairs and do the same to her place or let's also yeah I don't see very many years. well there just for TV or is that really done in real life can't be done I can't imagine that you're coming back and having a walk I can't. can imagine but by the same token I can't imagine a jury. giving our murder conviction yeah I know I know. I can't either. I cannot see for the life of me how she doesn't do more than a few years view many more than two yeah I just don't know how that could even be possible and again the charges murder. manslaughter are not guilty not guilty that's all that's on the table again none of that negligent homicide whatever that is. I Tracy Ryan K. LBJ. hi and thank you for taking my call I in addition everything you understand about the apartment in the inside being different I didn't hear this part but what about the entrance the key or whatever she had to get in died when she having gauge that and would not have not click to writer done something I mean it's a it's a key pad like you would have a hotel that you swipe and a and it's I think this is been well we don't know what's proven but she claims that the door was slightly ajar and she just was she went to swipe her kids she pushed the door open. that doesn't resonate well either I mean it it's it it's all shady also eighty in my opinion sure but you have to ask yourself do you think she did it on purpose and if so why. yeah that that one of the top four in other than the fact that she was going to be a hero cop you had a moment opportunity definitely saying that I could possibly think of but there's no hero hero in this is he there's no dudes accountant watching a full of our eyes I mean yeah there's no crime stopping to it. may the bride that she so confused and so scared I mean that's her basic argument she so confusion that the wrong place and she opened the door and saw a guy and thought it was a burglar and reacted the way a cop well should believe there are as yeah and you also said in your listeners decided and where where it's a cop training where was her her by the other option very hazy her running you know calling for backup and backing out and leaving and whatever so it seems like everything failed her well I'm gonna go even further I don't know what this would mean for me as a juror but if we were sitting here Tracy I'd be saying wait a minute not only did she not fall back in any kind of training she didn't even yell at him I mean I think she's a liar I actually believe not. I had a real problem. that's the whole shady part yeah I think it's it's all little shady for sure because it's not as we get it approved except what did other people here because the dudes dad so all we have is her worry and number one thing on her word has I think been disproven. yeah I did see the harsh here charge. go ahead go ahead okay and I did whatever crying in and perhaps some being callous but I felt like it was more out of fear what was gonna happen to verses were more. maybe locale from my side but that's how I took it from what I saw on the news yeah. well gene G. losers are people so they're gonna. she was crying in her testimony but they also learned that she was back to talking about getting drunk and sexting weather yeah right the prosecution if that means anything on our right you know it's up it's up to your feelings about it but they have the prosecution said why I mean basically trying to prove a house said issue she was sexting two days later. when she said remember she also said that and we I think we played he just can't understand her but she said that if she wishes it was he had the gun. I'm not gonna be quite so calluses to say I'm I believe she's upset about it. I just I now have real questions about whether not she's telling the truth about.
"amber geiger" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The amber Geiger murder trial amber Geiger is on the witness stand in her own defense you're listening to five seventy KLIF. mad mad. ask for signing the relationship after the. six. yes. Mister Gardner you also reduce stress in the jury that is really one of the reasons why you can read all those tax. from that particular evening was because she felt shame provider relationship with mark Robert is not right yes Sir. starting on September the eighth again even though with all the taxes you delete from Florida on September the eight year again so the flirtatious messages one hand sexually oriented messages back and forth with Marco Rivera gaining or talking about getting drunk. yes Sir so I mean how long does this much this. what's more sorry you're part of this this feeling about the what you've been doing is wrong how long does that last a day or two once it every day. so has this family is thinking about having to bury their son and their brother two days after the event you are already going back to talk about getting drunk and. doing sexual things with mark repair yes they did. okay let's talk about your your nine one one call Mr Shipp play the game for the jury that was about a five minute call right yes Sir and in that conversation you made it very clear to the nine one one call taker while you shop. yes Sir you said I shot a man that he.
"amber geiger" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Amber Geiger, calling nine one one immediately after she shot and ended up killing both John with two shots one to stomach. I don't even know if the other one hit. And the family is reacting. Their attorneys are reacting and we've got audio of everything. And I want to get right into the tape. I there's so much to talk about. But I I want to get into the tape won't break down. What I'm hearing what my reaction is. And I pulled select pieces of most of it. But and each one I will react or not react, depending on how I feel but I want to hear the tape. And I want you to react to it. And then get into how much trouble. Amber Geiger's now that the tape is out when we hear things how guilty or not guilty. She sounds to you. We'll get into that throughout the hour. But I I wanna play the nine one one tape piece by piece. Hi, this is off duty Albuquerque. Can I get enough? Number. Before the able okay what the address on that the number fourteen seventy eight. The ink seventy. She's not giving the address because she's panicked because what just happened. This was not planned. She's panicking. She doesn't know how to respond well because she just shot somebody in in what she thought was her apartment, and what the address there. It's doubtful. Mar. Eight. I. On an off duty here. I thought it was in my part. And I think in that. Thing and it was my apartment. One. Yes, I thought it was my apartment. Okay. I'm after and some people are saying, oh my gosh. She said. This is supposed to be a her continuing to say twenty times about Lou I'm gonna lose my job is somehow bad. Well, let me continue to play the tape you. But I'm I'm gonna lose my job. I'm gonna lose my job. She is now processing in real time. And she would we'll talk to them. And we'll continue to hear the audio for over five minutes. Five minutes in this emergency. After somebody is shot is like thirty minutes to an hour. Five minutes does not feel like five minutes. Five minutes. Feels like thirty minutes to an hour to this woman to amber, Geiger. And she is real time figuring out and her mind is coming to terms real time. Like, oh my gosh. This all my gosh. That and she sits there and she sits there for five minutes. It feels like thirty minutes and things start to come into her head about oh, what about this? Or what about this? Or what about that? And that is normal in what you're what you've just heard what you're going to hear more of is not a murderer who planned at home aside. This is not how a homicide a murder, I should say or premeditated murder. This isn't how it rolls. This is not how premeditated murder rolls can come on your name on amber, Geiger it. The question is. Are you listening to a murderer? Are you listening to somebody that must go to jail for murder? Get me. We have help on the way, I know. My dog. There's a there's the first one I'm gonna lose my job. I'm going to lose. All my gosh. I'm going to lose my job. That's a normal thing to say, oh crap. That wasn't the first thing she said, but it's a normal reaction. I thought it was my apartment. Oman. She's.