You'll remember the white Dallas police officer who murdered her black neighbor.

That in itself was a very odd set of contradictory evidence.

On the one side, came home from work and mistakenly reached the front door on the next floor up from her own, found the door ajar, pushed it open into a dark room and shot a threatening figure after giving a verbal warning.

On the other, neighbors reported hearing loud knocks on his front door and the chap who was shot in his own apartment had been watching TV while eating ice cream on his couch. Who eats ice cream on a couch in the dark? Or leaves a front door ajar in an apartment in Dallas?

One of the chief neighbor witnesses at the trial has now been shot dead. "Joshua Brown was a key witness in the murder of Botham Jean that helped put Amber Guyger away. We need answers".

I'm still amazed that a serving white nonpoc police officer has been jailed in America for shooting a poc - are these this year's acceptable terminology? - but I'm not at all surprised there could be retributive murder in the wake of the verdict.