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Cops shoot and kill an innocent woman as an 8-year-old boy watches, then interrogate the boy without his parents' permission — lawsuit

 


On October 12, 2019, Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was playing video games with her 8-year-old nephew when she heard a disturbance in the backyard and went to check. While Jefferson approached the window to ascertain the identity of the prowler, the prowler opened fire and killed her inside her house. However, since this prowler is wearing a badge, the police department chose to perform damage management by assassinating Jefferson's character before charging Fort Worth police officer Aaron Dean with her murder.

According to a complaint filed this week by the 8-year-mother, old's Zion Carr "suffered significant and severe mental and emotional anguish, worry, fear, and misery" as a result of seeing his aunt die as police administered CPR.
According to the lawsuit, after seeing his aunt bleed to death in the living room, police held and questioned the young boy without parental permission.

“At the age of eight, Z.C. was forced to witness his aunt, Atatiana Jefferson, being murdered by Fort Worth police,” the complaint states.
It had been more than a year since Dean killed Jefferson in her own home, and no trial date has been scheduled. Now, CNN reports, Jefferson's sister has filed a wrongful death lawsuit seeking civil justice against the City of Fort Worth, Mayor Betsy Price, former police chief Ed Kraus, and former police officer Aaron Dean.

Two more family members, including her father, filed a complaint last year. That issue has not been settled, and Price's office said that they must first establish who is the true executor of Jefferson's estate before proceeding.

According to the PBWW website, Jefferson was murdered early on a Saturday morning after an officer was sent to her house due to her door being slightly ajar. To be sure, Jefferson did have storm doors, but they were closed. Only the internal door was open, as is customary for those who have the glass exterior door.

Rather of approaching Jefferson's door and knocking or ringing the doorbell, the police sneaked around the house like a cowboy. He opened fire and murdered Jefferson when he saw her in the window. According to the complaint, Zion, Jefferson's 8-year-old nephew, was in the room when he saw his aunt "Tay" collapse and die.

According to the lawsuit, the city of Fort Worth "knew or should have known that Defendant Aaron Dean engaged in a pattern of escalating confrontations with the public" and failed to properly educate or oversee police personnel.

“Through their intentional indifference, Defendants the City of Fort Worth Police Department established and promoted policies, practices, and traditions that are blatantly in violation of people' rights,” the complaint states.

Creeping about a house with your gun drawn, despite the absence of threats or rumours of violence, demonstrates Dean's desire to terminate this soon-to-be confrontation amicably.

“I mean, it's absurd. My daughter... has the whole of her life ahead of her,” father Marquis Jefferson said. He continued by stating that he would not be hugging his daughter's murderer, like Botham Jean's brother did in the courtroom after Amber Guyger's conviction for his murder.

“I'm not looking for a hug. That is my only daughter. That is something I will never forget,” Jefferson said.

In an unusual step, the body camera video of the killing was almost immediately published. As shown by the video, her assailant never once identified himself as a police officer.

Dean snuck around the side of Jefferson's house without introducing himself on the video. Any reasonable individual would see this behaviour as threatening. Jefferson, on the other hand, never assaulted the police and instead approached a window for a better look. When the cop, who was very trigger happy and frightened, spotted her through the window, he made a brief statement before promptly murdering her.

“Raise your hands. Present me with your hands!” Dean said before firing less than a second later.

Police conducted a news conference after the release of the body camera video, during which they began smearing Jefferson. During the press conference, authorities reported that the officer opened fire on Jefferson after "perceiving a danger." After that, the Fort Worth Police Department allegedly published a picture of a weapon with no explanation.

No explanation was ever provided as to why a picture of a gun was published.

Nonetheless, the pistol was shown, and Jefferson was portrayed as an armed criminal deserving of death.

Jefferson was a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana with no prior convictions. She had done no offence and had caused no damage. She was assassinated in her own house by individuals claiming to be defenders of society. And since her assassin was one of these individuals, he has been accorded preferential treatment throughout the experience.

The body camera video and 911 call are embedded below.


A cop shoots a woman through a window as she was playing video games with her nephew, prompting a lawsuit.


Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was killed by a prowler in her own home. Fort Worth police officer Aaron Dean was charged with her murder. Jefferson's sister has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Fort Worth, Mayor Betsy Price, former police chief Ed Kraus, and former officer Dean. It has been over a year since Dean murdered Jefferson and there hasn't even been a trial date set for the case. The suit says the city of Fort Worth "knew or should have known that Defendant Aaron Dean exhibited a pattern of escalating encounters with the public" and failed to adequately train or supervise police officers.

The city says they are going to have to determine the actual executor of Jefferson's estate before moving forward with the lawsuit. The Probate Court has appointed an Attorney Ad Litem to determine heirs and will appoint an executor, who is the appropriate person to file suit, once all heirs have been determined, according to the city's statement. The case is still in the process of being resolved. Amber Guyger was found guilty of killing a 26-year-old neighbor in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday. Micah Stinson: The officer who killed her never announced himself as a police officer.

Stinson says the officer opened fire on Stinson when she opened a window to get a closer look at her daughter. Police released body camera footage of the shooting, but also released an image of a gun, he says. "I don't want a hug. That's my one and only daughter. I'll never forget that, " father Marquis Jefferson says of his daughter's killer. He calls the killing "senseless" and says he won't give his daughter a hug. The officer's actions show he had no intention of peacefully ending the encounter, Stinson writes. "Put your hands up. Show me your hands! "the officer said before immediately opening fire. He said before opening fire.



Cop Shoots harmless woman via Window as She plays Video games With 8yo Nephew



 On the night of Columbus Day, 2019, Atatiana Jefferson, 28, had committed no crime, had harmed nobody, and was playing video games along with her 8-year-old nephew when she heard a noise within the backyard and visited investigate. As Jefferson walked to the window to determine who the prowler was, the prowler opened fire and murdered her inside her home. Because this prowler wears a badge, however, rather than investigating a murder, the local department conducted control by assassinating Jefferson’s character before arresting urban center peace officer Aaron Dean together with her murder.


It has been over a year since Dean murdered Jefferson in her house and also the officer has yet to even move to trial. Now, because the wheels of criminal justice are barely turning, two members of Jefferson’s family filed a decease lawsuit against the town or the city and also the former officer to hunt civil justice.

The murder passed early a Saturday morning when an officer was dispatched to Jefferson’s home because her door was slightly ajar. To be clear, however, Jefferson had storm doors, which were closed. Only the door inside was open, which is common for those that have a glass outer door. rather than simply walking up to Jefferson’s door and ringing the doorbell or knocking, the officer crept round the home sort of a cowboy. When he spotted Jefferson within the window, he opened fire and killed her. per her family, Jefferson’s 8-year-old nephew was within the room when he watched his aunt “Tay” fall to the bottom and die.

The suit says the town of the city “knew or should have known that Defendant Aaron Dean exhibited a pattern of escalating encounters with the general public,” and did not adequately train or supervise cops.

“By their deliberate indifference, Defendants town of metropolis department of local government implemented and encouraged policies, practices, and customs with deliberate indifference to the rights of citizens,” the lawsuit says.

Creeping around a home along with your gun drawn, despite no threats and no reports of violence certainly illustrates the very fact that Dean had no intention of peacefully ending this soon-to-be encounter.

“I mean it’s senseless. My daughter… had her whole life before of her,” father Marquis Jefferson said. He then went on to notice how he won't offer hugs to his daughter’s killer like Botham Jean’s brother did within the courtroom after Amber Guyger was found guilty of his murder.

“I don’t want no hug. That’s my one and only daughter. I’ll always remember that,” Jefferson said.

In a rare move, the body camera footage was shortly released, showing the killing takes place. because the video shows, her killer never once announced himself as a law officer. This detail was also discerned by urban center police spokesman Lt. Brandon O’Neil.

“The officer failed to announce that he was a lawman before shooting,” O’Neil said. “What the officer observed and why he didn't announce police are addressed because the investigation continues.”

In the video, Dean sneaked around the side of Jefferson’s home without announcing himself. Any rational person would perceive this action as a threat. However, Jefferson never attacked the officer and instead walked up to a window to urge a more in-depth look. When the extremely trigger happy and fearful officer saw her within the window, he made one short announcement before immediately killing her.

“Put your hands up. Show me your hands!” Dean said before immediately opening fire but a second later.

After releasing the body camera footage, police held a group discussion during which they took to smearing Jefferson. During the conference, police claimed the officer was “perceiving a threat” when he opened fire on Jefferson. The Fort Worth department of local government then reportedly released a picture of a firearm with zero explanation of why they did so.

No clarification on why a photograph of a gun was released was ever given.

Nevertheless, the image of the gun was shown and Jefferson was painted as some armed criminal merit execution.

The neighbor who made the decision about the open door now regrets ever calling the police in the first place.

“It causes you to not want to call the department of local government. Because not just Dallas or other incidents, if you don’t feel safe with the department of local government, then who does one feel safe with?” Jefferson’s neighbor, 62-year-old James Smith said. “Do you only ignore crime or ignore something that’s not right? They tell you if you see something, say something. Well if you are doing that and you cause somebody to lose their life it causes you to don't want to try and do that and that’s sad.”

Jefferson was a Xavier University of Louisiana graduate who had no record. She had committed no crime and harmed nobody. She was murdered in her own residence by people that claim to safeguard society. and since her killer was one in every one of these people, he’s been given special privilege throughout the whole ordeal.

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