She and another juror explain their reasoning behind Guyger's 10 year sentence.

California Sen. Kamala Harris has officially joined the conversation surrounding Amber Guyger's prison sentence, and what she said may surprise you.

Brandt Jean said hugging Amber Guyger, his brother's murderer, provided him with a sense of liberation that was informed by his faith in God.

The problem with the way Amber Guyger’s sentence was laid out isn’t necessarily about her as much as it is about the ways everyone else - namely Black and brown folks - are treated within that same criminal justice system.

Judge Tammy Kemp did something may of us have never seen in a courtroom.

Brandt Jean said he loved Amber Guyger and did not want her to go to jail.

Bertram Jean spoke out about his 18-year-old son hugging Amber Guyger.

Many were shocked at the compassion Amber Guyger received from Judge Tammy Kemp.

The courtroom displays of compassion for Amber Guyger and her murder conviction for killing Botham Jean in his own home shows that Black forgiveness, for better or for worse, is a fragile and complex topic.

Sgt. David Armstrong said Amber Guyger didn't commit a crime... he was obviously wrong. 

When have we seen a Black woman's hair getting stroked in a courtroom after being found guilty?

While Botham Jean was being demonized, other text messages Amber Guyger deleted wasn't allowed during the trial.