Botham Jean's Brother Hugs Amber Guyger, Forgives Her, Says Brother Would Want Her to 'Give Your Life to Christ'Chris Menahan
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A remarkable scene played out in a Dallas courtroom on Wednesday after police officer Amber Guyger was sentenced to 10 years in prison for murdering Botham Jean.
From ABC News, "Extraordinary act of mercy: Brother of Botham Jean hugs and forgives Amber Guyger after 10-year sentence imposed":
Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was sentenced on Wednesday to serve 10 years in prison for the fatal 2018 killing of an innocent man she shot when she mistakenly entered his apartment believing it was her own.
[...] But Jean's 18-year-old brother, Brandt Jean, took the witness stand and spoke to Guyger, saying, "I know if you go to God and ask him, he will forgive you."WATCH:
Note, ABC News cut out the part where Brandt Jean said his brother would want her to turn to Christ:
They also cut out the part where Judge Tammy Kemp handed Guyger a Bible, reportedly read her John 3:16 and hugged her as well.
The whole scene was doubly remarkable considering the contrast with the rioting crowds outside the court.
Atheists have already filed a complaint against Judge Tammy Kemp, the New York Times reports:
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, a secular Wisconsin-based group that routinely files lawsuits challenging religious displays in government, accused her of proselytizing from the bench.Only the doctrine of prog-globalism can be preached by agents of the state.
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