Guyger's trial is such a perfect case study in how multiculturalism throws sand in the judiciary's gears, some law school professor would've had to invent it if it hadn't really happened.
A white female Texan cop guns down a black male immigrant in his living room. Consulting the Progressive Stack, what do you think the outcome should've been?
Whatever our rulers' secular religion dictates, the result was that Guyger received a murder conviction carrying a maximum life sentence. Instead she got ten years, a Bible from the judge, and hugs from the victim's brother and the judge.
I've seen this story framed as everything from a triumph of feminism to a model of Christian mercy to a brazen display of racism. Parsing whether it's one, or none, or all three is nigh impossible.
Welcome to Clown World.
For a bit of perspective, keep in mind that James Fields got life in prison plus 419 years because a morbidly obese woman had a heart attack near his car.
As for Amber Guyger, her ten-year sentence seems to have pleased no one. Feminists would rather see her get off scot-free. Meanwhile, the usual suspects are raising Cain over the latest example of the courts treating a murderous white cop with kid gloves.
What to make of this total cluster? I don't know. But let's try a little thought experiment.
What if our police weren't so militarized?
What if there were no female police officers?
What if Jean had finished his studies and returned to St. Lucia?
Just a bit of idle speculation.