Much has been made about the aftermath of the Amber Guyger murder trial, who was found guilty for going into the apartment of a Black man in his own home, and killing him. This man was a model citizen, and was not guilty of anything besides eating ice cream on his own couch, yet a Black judge, Tammy Kemp, allowed a variation of the Stand Your Ground law, the Castle Doctrine to be used in this trial. Keep in mind that former officer Guyger, active at the time of this shooting, was under no credible threat. In spite of this unjust foundation, the jury found Guyger guilty. And here’s where things get interesting. Being found guilty and being sentenced are two different things. A woman who argua

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