Neighbors of a white police officer who shot dead a black man in Dallas on Thursday night after entering his apartment have questioned his claim that his door was ajar when he arrived.
Seconds before Amber Guyger, 30, shot Botham Jean in the chest, a neighbor said they heard a woman in the hall banging on a door and shouting, "Let me in, let me in."
Another neighbor heard gunshots and then claimed to have heard a man shout, "My God, why did you do that? & # 39;
The witness told Jean's family lawyer, Lee Merritt, that they believe those were his last words.
Jean Allison's mother told CBS that she believes there is more to the death of her son than has been revealed. "I'm not satisfied that we have all the answers," he said.
Botham Jean, 26, (left) was shot by agent Guyger (right) at his apartment in South Dallas on Thursday night. Guyger said he entered the department thinking it was his. The witnesses have questioned his claim that the door was ajar and they say they heard a woman shouting "Let me in" seconds before the first of the two shots rang.
A new recording of the sequel to the deadly shooting of Botham Jean, 26, conducted by a policewoman on Thursday, shows a policewoman crying on her phone after the incident
If true, his account significantly undermines Guyger's claim that Jean's door was ajar when he arrived at her after returning home.
He had told the police that he believed he was an intruder and that he had only realized that he had entered his apartment, and not his own, after she had shot him in the dark.
Guyger lives in the apartment above Jean and said he simply confused his two main doors.
She says she got home, saw that the door was open and went inside to see a "dark silhouette".
She was arrested on Sunday, three days after the incident, and charged with manslaughter, but was later released on $ 300,000 bail.
Jean's family has questioned why the police took three days to arrest her. They say he should have been taken into custody on Thursday after calling the police.
Jean, 15, brother Grant and mother Allison (center) are in mourning with other parishioners at a prayer service at the Church of Christ in west Dallas on Sunday. They are demanding answers about Jean's death
After the policewoman leaves, the doctors come with Jean in a cart while they try to revive him frantically.
They also say that it is unlikely that he confused his son's door with his because he had a distinctive red carpet at the entrance to his apartment.
There was also a video of an eyewitness who seems to show Guyger walking from one side to the other in the hallway. He seems to be trembling and crying and has a phone in one ear.
Minutes later, an EMT team arrived. They were filmed while discarding Jean while one of them performed CPR.
The 26-year-old was pronounced dead at the hospital. Protesters want him to face murder charges and demand justice.
They assaulted Dallas police headquarters on Monday night after the officer was released on bail.
Authorities believe that Guyger was confronted by Jean, who pointed his gun and fired. He appears in a Facebook photo, on the left, and directs a university service on September 21, 2017.