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    Joshua Brown, Key Witness in the Guyger Trial Found Dead

    Updated: October 8, 2019 at 2:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    Joshua Brown, a key witness in the Amber Guyger trial, was found murdered in Dallas, Texas, on Friday. In what seems to many to be an extremely suspicious death, people are calling for an independent investigation into the murder.

    Joshua Brown screenshot from trial

    WSB reported,

    Dallas police Chief U. Renee Hall said Sunday that investigators had not yet determined a motive or developed any suspects in Brown’s killing.

    “We are committed to solving this case and will work diligently to apprehend the individuals responsible for Brown’s death,” Hall said.

    According to police, officers responded around 10:37 p.m. Friday to the Atera Apartments, located on Cedar Springs Road. They were flagged down by several witnesses, who pointed them to where Brown lay dying of multiple gunshot wounds to the lower torso. He was taken to Parkland Hospital, where he died.

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    Witnesses reported seeing a silver, four-door sedan speeding out of the parking lot immediately after the shooting, authorities said.

    Mayor Eric Johnson released this statement on Twitter:

    “I trust the Dallas Police Department will conduct a thorough investigation into the death of Joshua Brown. Until we know more about

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