Order granting qualified immunity:

Clarence Jamison wasn’t jaywalking.[efn_note]That was Michael Brown. See Max Ehrenfreund, The risks of walking while black in Ferguson, WASH. POST (Mar. 4, 2015).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t outside playing with a toy gun.[efn_note]That was 12-year-old Tamir Rice. See Zola Ray, This Is The Toy Gun That Got Tamir Rice Killed 3 Years Ago Today, NEWSWEEK (Nov. 22, 2017).[/efn_note]

He didn’t look like a “suspicious person.”[efn_note]That was Elijah McClain. See Claire Lampen, What We Know About the Killing of Elijah McClain, THE CUT (July 5, 2020).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t suspected of “selling loose, untaxed cigarettes.”[efn_note]That was Eric Garner. See Assoc. Press, From Eric Garner’s death to firing of NYPD officer: A timeline of key events, USA TODAY (Aug. 20, 2019).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t suspected of passing a counterfeit $20 bill.[efn_note]That was George Floyd. See Jemima McEvoy_, New Transcripts Reveal How Suspicion Over Counterfeit Money Escalated Into The Death Of George Floyd_, FORBES (July 8, 2020).[/efn_note]

He didn’t look like anyone suspected of a crime.[efn_note]That was Philando Castile and Tony McDade. See Andy Mannix, Police audio: Officer stopped Philando Castile on robbery suspicion, STAR TRIB. (July 12, 2016); Meredith Deliso, LGBTQ community calls for justice after Tony McDade, a black trans man, shot and killed by police, ABC NEWS (June 2, 2020).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t mentally ill and in need of help.[efn_note]That was Jason Harrison. See Byron Pitts et al., The Deadly Consequences When Police Lack Proper Training to Handle Mental Illness Calls, ABC NEWS (Sept. 30, 2015).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t assisting an autistic patient who had wandered away from a group home.[efn_note]That was Charles Kinsey. See Florida policeman shoots autistic man’s un- armed black therapist, BBC (July 21, 2016).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t walking home from an after-school job.[efn_note]That was 17-year-old James Earl Green. See Robert Luckett, In 50 Years from Gibbs-Green Deaths to Ahmaud Arbery Killing, White Supremacy Still Lives, JACKSON FREE PRESS (May 8, 2020); see also Robert Luckett, 50 Years Ago, Police Fired on Students at a Historically Black College, N.Y. TIMES (May 14, 2020); Rachel James-Terry & L.A. Warren, ‘All hell broke loose’: Memories still vivid of Jackson State shooting 50 years ago, CLARION LEDGER (May 15, 2020).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t walking back from a restaurant.[efn_note]That was Ben Brown. See Notice to Close File, U.S. DEP’T OF JUSTICE, CIVIL RIGHTS DIV. (Mar. 24, 2017), available at https://www.justice.gov/crt/case- document/benjamin-brown-notice-close-file; see also Jackson State Univ., Center for University-Based Development, The Life of Benjamin Brown, 50 Years Later, W. JACKSON (May 11, 2017).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t hanging out on a college campus.[efn_note]That was Phillip Gibbs. See James-Terry & Warren, supra.[/efn_note]

He wasn’t standing outside of his apartment.[efn_note]That was Amadou Diallo. See Police fired 41 shots when they killed Amadou Diallo. His mom hopes today’s protests will bring change., CBS NEWS (June 9, 2020).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t inside his apartment eating ice cream.[efn_note]That was Botham Jean. See Bill Hutchinson, Death of an innocent man: Timeline of wrong-apartment murder trial of Amber Guyger, ABC NEWS (Oct. 2, 2019).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t sleeping in his bed.[efn_note]That was Breonna Taylor. See Amina Elahi, ‘Sleeping While Black’: Louis- ville Police Kill Unarmed Black Woman, NPR (May 13, 2020).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t sleeping in his car.[efn_note]That was Rayshard Brooks. See Jacob Sullum, Was the Shooting of Ray- shard Brooks ‘Lawful but Awful’?, REASON (June 15, 2020).[/efn_note]

He didn’t make an “improper lane change.”[efn_note]That was Sandra Bland. See Ben Mathis-Lilley & Elliott Hannon, A Black Woman Named Sandra Bland Got Pulled Over in Texas and Died in Jail Three Days Later. Why?, SLATE (July 16, 2015).[/efn_note]

He didn’t have a broken tail light.[efn_note]That was Walter Scott. See Michael E. Miller et al., How a cellphone video led to murder charges against a cop in North Charleston, S.C., WASH. POST (Apr. 8, 2015).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t driving over the speed limit.[efn_note]That was Hannah Fizer. See Luke Nozicka, ‘Where’s the gun?’: Family of Sedalia woman killed by deputy skeptical of narrative, KANSAS CITY STAR (June 15, 2020).[/efn_note]

He wasn’t driving under the speed limit.[efn_note]That was Ace Perry. See Jodi Leese Glusco, Run-in with Sampson deputy leaves driver feeling unsafe, WRAL (Feb. 14, 2020).[/efn_note]

No, Clarence Jamison was a Black man driving a Mercedes convertible.