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WTF: Neighbor of Man Who Gave Testimony in Amber Guyger Trial Gunned Down in Dallas

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A neighbor of Botham Jean, the man who was killed in his own apartment by police officer Amber Guyger, was gunned down outside of an apartment complex on Friday night.

Joshua Brown, 28, gave crucial testimony during the trial of Guyger, who was eventually convicted of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison for being responsible for the death of Jean. He was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital after he was shot, and died soon after from his injuries.

No suspects have been identified or apprehended at the present time, but witnesses claim they saw a silver sedan speed out of the apartment complex following the gun fire.

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“He bravely came forward to testify when others wouldn’t. If we had more people like him, we would have a better world,” Dallas County prosecutor Jason Hermus said following news of Brown’s death.

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Lee Merritt, who is the lawyer representing Botham Jean’s family, noted that Brown had expressed worries that gun fire would take his life as well. Sadly, Brown’s fears were realized very shortly after he expressed that grim sentiment.

“Brown was still visibly shaken up from the incident when he took the stand to testify on behalf of the prosecution. His murder underscores the reality of the black experience in America,” Merritt wrote in a Facebook post.

“A former athlete turned entrepreneur— Brown lived in constant fear that he could be the next victim of gun violence, either state sanctioned or otherwise. We have more work to do deal with the constant threats to our community both from within and without,” Merritt added.

Brown’s emotional testimony from the trial can be viewed here:

The suspicious timing of Brown’s murder has fueled conspiracy theories about who was responsible for his untimely death to sweep across social media platforms.

“I just watched his testimony on Friday. I do not believe this is a coincidence,” one individual wrote in a Facebook post.

The trial concluded last week with an emotional display from Botham Jean’s brother, Brandt, who embraced Guyger with a hug following her sentencing and offered his love and forgiveness.

“I know if you go to God and ask him, he will forgive you,” Jean said to Guyger on the witness stand.

“I personally want the best for you. I wasn’t going to say this in front of my family, I don’t even want you to go to jail. I want the best for you because I know that’s exactly what Botham would want for you. Give your life to Christ. I think giving your life to Christ is the best thing Botham would want for you,” he added.

Brown’s murder will result in more speculation and less closure following the case, as questions of whether or not it was retribution for his testimony during the trial will remain until the perpetrators are found.

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Idaho Governor Signs Law Banning Transgender People From Changing Their Birth Certificates

A rare victory for sanity in the state legislature.

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Idaho Governor Brad Little (R) signed a law on Monday that bans transgender individuals from altering their birth certificate to conform with their severe mental illness.

Far-left activists are planning to file lawsuits in an attempt to violate the will of the people and get this common-sense measure overturned.

“Lambda Legal already sued the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare over birth certificates and won in 2018, and we’ll see the state back in federal court again,” said Lambda Legal attorney Kara Ingelhart to Newsweek.

“The policy was unconstitutional two years ago, and it is still unconstitutional today,” she added.

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However, with Supreme Court now bolstered with conservative jurists, the courts may correct the legal precedent in the name of sanity.

In addition to signing this measure into law, Gov. Little also signed legislation that will ban transgender “women” from participating with birth women in sporting events at public school. There is a landmark lawsuit that has been filed in the state of Connecticut that argues allowing birth men in sporting events with birth women is a federal civil rights violation.

“As we look at the culture we’re in right now, to have opportunities taken away from girls and women by boys and men, it’s not right. It’s absolutely not right,” said Idaho State Representative Barbara Ehardt, who was the primary sponsor of the bill.

Big League Politics has reported extensively on the strides that the state of Idaho is making against the LGBT agenda:

The Idaho state house has approved a bill that would ban transgender individuals from changing their sex on birth certificates, in a rebuke of LGBT insanity.

House Bill 509 maintains that “there is a compelling interest in maintaining accurate, quantitative, biology-based material facts on Idaho certificates of birth that provide material facts fundamental to the performance of government functions that secure the public health and safety.”

The bill also states that “biological sex is an objectively defined category that has obvious, immutable, and distinguishable characteristics” that are God’s design and cannot be changed by man.

Republican Rep. Julianne Young introduced the legislation in an attempt to stop the LGBT war against science and reality.

“It is better to be correct than politically correct where human lives are concerned,” Young said to the Idaho Statesman.

Idaho is the latest in a wave of states that are pushing back against LGBT tyranny that is jeopardizing the rule of law and turning society upside down.

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