Texas Police Officer Shoots Woman To Death Inside Her Own Home

Another Black per­son lost her life at the hands of the very peo­ple who are sup­posed to pro­tect them.
This time anoth­er cop, in the state of Texas fired from out­side into a wom­an’s home killing her on the spot.
How on earth can police offi­cers who are trained con­tin­ue to lie that they are threat­ened or afraid when they can sim­ply take cov­er and wait to see what’s going on?
In this case, a beau­ti­ful 28-year-old young woman was mur­dered in her own home as a white cop could­n’t both­er to step back, when he could sim­ply shoot her. And shoot her he did, killing her on the spot.
Now wait for the cam­paign of lies and the char­ac­ter assas­si­na­tion to begin. This is sure to fol­low, as a form of jus­ti­fi­ca­tion for Unlawful killing her.
Another beau­ti­ful life is snuffed out by state-fund­ed mur­der­ers.
It has become clear that African-Americans can­not, and should not call the police for any­thing.
Calling for police ser­vices, which the black com­mu­ni­ty pays for, has become a mat­ter of life and death.
Whether wrong or right, black peo­ple are mur­dered as soon as they come in con­tact with police.
When will this out­ra­geous assault come to an end?
Would this cop have fired into a home in a white neigh­bor­hood, you be the judge?

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Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, 28


A Fort Worth police offi­cer check­ing out a res­i­dence with an open door opened fire on a 28-year-old woman inside her home.

A Fort Worth police offi­cer check­ing out a res­i­dence with an open door opened fire on a woman inside her home, killing her, author­i­ties said.

The shoot­ing ear­ly Saturday occurred less than two weeks after a police offi­cer in near­by Dallas was found guilty of mur­der for fatal­ly shoot­ing a man in his home in 2018. In both cas­es the offi­cers are white and the vic­tims were African American.

In the Fort Worth shoot­ing at 2:25 a.m. Saturday, author­i­ties have the offi­cer’s body-cam­era footage.

According to NBC Dallas-Fort Worth, the imagery shows the per­spec­tive of the offi­cer out­side a home, peer­ing inside a win­dow using a flash­light, spot­ting some­one inside stand­ing near a win­dow and telling her, “Put your hands up — show me your hands,” before open­ing fire.

Fort Worth police say one shot was fired.

Officers entered the home and began pro­vid­ing emer­gency med­ical care to the woman but she was pro­nounced dead, police said.

The Tarrant County med­ical exam­in­er iden­ti­fied her as Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, 28, accord­ing to NBC Dallas-Fort Worth.

A gun was found inside the home, police said, but it was­n’t clear if the woman was near it at the time of the shoot­ing.

Neighbor James Smith said he called a police non-emer­gency num­ber when he noticed the open door.

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If you don’t feel safe with the police depart­ment, then who do you feel safe with?” he said.

Amber Carr, Jefferson’s sis­ter, ques­tioned the offi­cer’s train­ing. “I just don’t under­stand,” she said.

The offi­cer, who has been with the depart­ment since April 2018, was placed on admin­is­tra­tive leave while the shoot­ing is under inves­ti­ga­tion. The depart­men­t’s major case and inter­nal affairs units and the Tarrant County dis­trict attor­ney’s law-enforce­ment inci­dent team will con­duct the inves­ti­ga­tion.

Police said evi­dence would be for­ward­ed to the dis­trict attor­ney “to deter­mine the final out­come.”

The body-cam­era footage, with the excep­tion of imagery of the inte­ri­or of the home, would be released, police said.

The September 2018 killing of Botham Jean in Dallas sparked nation­al head­lines. The then-offi­cer accused of mur­der­ing her neigh­bor said she had mis­tak­en­ly entered the wrong apart­ment after a long shift on patrol when she believed some­one was in her home and opened fire.

Amber Guyger was sen­tenced to 10 years behind bars.Dennis