A New York Times Opinion columnist accused the Dallas Police Department of engaging in a “cover-up” in its investigation of the death of an Amber Guyger murder trial witness.
Dallas police identified three suspects in relation to the murder of 28-year-old Joshua Brown, who met Brown in the parking lot outside his Dallas apartment complex to purchase drugs, Assistant Chief Avery Moore said during a Tuesday news conference.
“[I]f you’re going to do a cover-up you should at least make it sound more plausible than this,” columnist Jamelle Bouie wrote in a Tuesday tweet, pointing to confusing details of the case.
“[N]ot only am [I] supposed to believe that these dudes traveled [four and a half] hours for weed but [I]’m also supposed to believe they left behind 12 lbs of weed and 1000s in cash and [I]’m supposed to believe that neither the defense nor prosecution had any knowledge that he was a prolific dealer,” Bouie added.
not only am i supposed to believe that these dudes traveled 4 ½ hours for weed but
i’m also supposed to believe they left behind 12 lbs of weed and 1000s in cash and
i’m supposed to believe that neither the defense nor prosecution had any knowledge that he was a prolific dealer(Article Continues Below Advertisement)Sponsored Content
— b-boy bouiebaisse (@jbouie) October 8, 2019
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