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Friday, September 7, 2018

Harding graduate killed by Dallas police officer in wrong apartment

Posted By on Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 2:51 PM

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Botha Shem Jean, 26, a Harding University graduate, was killed in his apartment in Dallas Thursday night by a Dallas police officer who'd mistakenly entered the apartment thinking it was her own.

Many details are lacking but the officer is expected to be charged with manslaughter.

A Dallas TV station reports on the victim:

"He did no one any wrong," Allie Jean, the victim's mother, told NBC News in a phone interview from her home in St. Lucia. "Somebody has to be crazy not to realize that they walked into the wrong apartment. He's a bachelor. Things are different inside."

Jean, a native of St. Lucia, worked in Dallas for PricewaterhouseCoopers and attended Harding University where he frequently led church services and campus events, school officials said.

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