During the sentencing phase of Amber Guyger‘s trail, prosecutors displayed violent and racist text sent by the former Dallas police officer, who was convicted of murdering the 26-year-old, unarmed black man, Botham Jean, in his own apartment, last year. This week the messages were released to the public

The first text message thread presented to the jury was from Jan. 15, 2018 during the Martin Luther King Jr. parade in Dallas.

“When does this end lol,” read a text to Guyger.

“When MLK is dead… oh wait…” she responded.

“Just push them… or spray your pepper spray in that general area,” she said in a text while discussing the crowd at the parade.

In another text exchange, from Sept. 4, 2018, someone texted Guyger that she should adopt a German Shepherd.

“Although she may be racist,” the dog’s owner messaged Guyger.

“It’s okay.. I’m the same,” Guyger responded.

“I hate everything and everyone but y’all,” she later messaged in the same thread.

The state also showed the jury a text message exchange between Guyger and her ex-lover and police partner, Officer Martin Rivera, that happened on March 9, 2018.

“Damn I was at this area with 5 different black officers !!! Not racist but damn,” he said.

“Not racist but just have a different way of working and it shows,” she replied.

Prosecutors not only revealed her racist text messages, but also showed Printerest posts linked to Guyger’s account, which demonstrate memes about killing people. One image saved by Guyger shows a military sniper with overlapped text that reads: “Stay low, go fast; kill first, die last; one shot, one kill; no luck, all skill.”