Michael Dunn Verdict Watch – Day 4

Judge Russell Healey denies a motion for acquittal made by defense attorney Cory Strolla.Michael Dunn will have to wait another day at least to learn his fate.

He is charged with first-degree murder in the November 2012 death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, one of four black teenagers who were in an SUV shot by Dunn — who is white — in violence that flared from an argument over loud music.

The Jacksonsville, Florida, jury in Dunn’s case deliberated all day Friday, only to send a message to the judge shortly before 7 p.m. that they had “reached a wall for the evening.” In other words, for the second straight day they hadn’t reached a decision.

With that, Judge Russell Healey gave them the OK to head back to their hotel so that they could return for deliberations around 9 a.m. Saturday.

“This is one admirable group,” Healey told the court shortly before dismissing the jury. “They are clearly taking this thing as seriously as they should. And I couldn’t be more proud of them for how hard they are working.”

Michael Dunn Trial – VERDICT

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227 Responses to Michael Dunn Verdict Watch – Day 4

  1. “You can get killed just for living in your American skin.” — Bruce Springsteen.

  2. Hey Chics!

    A Dunn juror is going to speak on Nightline.

  3. Ametia says:

    MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2014
    We Are Respectable Negroes (WARN)

    Stand Your Ground Post-Jordan Davis Michael Dunn Colorblind Racist Talking Points: Are ‘Big White Men’ ‘Stereotyped’ in the Same Way as ‘African-Americans’?

    Colorblind racism is marked by false equivalences and lazy thinking that try to collapse the particular experiences of black and brown people with white supremacy into a huge and ill defined morass whcih includes “unfairness” and “prejudice” as experiences had by all groups and individuals in the same way.


    • Ametia says:

      THIS: “When a person of color–African-Americans in particular–are clear victims of white racism the natural defense for many white folks is to suggest that race doesn’t matter and “such things happen to me too”. The first deflection is oriented at invalidating and undermining the humanity and lived experiences of people of color. The second claim is based on a false type of empathy, one with the ultimate goal of trumping our experiences with a smothering blanket of white privilege.

      The two scripts generate the following script. Black and brown folks are overly sensitive, did not experience what we thought we did, and if some type of white racism was operative, we are exaggerating it somehow and ought to learn how to deal with white people’s “logical” and “rational” fears of, and biases towards, us.”

  4. Michael Dunn’s daughter: “It should never have happened”


    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Rebecca Dunn, the daughter of Michael Dunn, is the first family member to speak after Dunn’s conviction on four of five counts in connection with the death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.

    Rebecca Dunn’s exclusive interview with ABC news in partnership with FCN’s Heather Crawford will air Monday morning on Good Morning America on ABC 25.

    The emotional interview will continue at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on FCN.

  5. I’ve been sitting here laughing away. If this isn’t the most adorable thing you ever saw in your life. LOL!

  6. Yahtc says:

    SYG is the rope and the tree for today’s lynchings of Blacks.

  7. A juror/jurors came to the courtroom with a predetermined mind to give Michael Dunn a pass. Solid evidence be damned! This is frightening!

    • Liza says:

      Just like in Zimmerman’s trial.

      • Ametia says:

        Please tell me how Jordan Davis is dead, 3 of his friends are still alive after Michael Dunn shot up their SUV 10 times, and Dunn’s charge of murder 1 is hung, and the attempted murder charges stuck?


      • Liza says:

        I am too. Apparently, according to Strolla, Dunn couldn’t believe he was convicted on any of the counts, thinking until they read the verdict that he would walk.

        Sooner or later one of the jurors is bound to talk. It would be useful information to know how the jury was split on count 1, how many supported Dunn.

        • Think some might be contacting a lawyer before they talk? I’m waiting anxiously to see how they voted and if they argued. It was reported loud talking was coming from the jury room. Who was it? And what was being said?

  8. Ametia says:

    White racist killers who stand trial or killing UNARMED BLACK BOYS deserve ALL BLACK JURORS.

  9. Yahtc says:

    Lay down your arms, you White racists!!!

  10. ************
    Blood on your hands, Jeb Bush!

  11. Love how y’all are breaking it down. Put in 140 characters so I can tweet it. It’s good stuff. It needs to be shared.

    • Yahtc says:

      Here is what is WRONG, WRONG, WRONG!!

      When ALL the evidence incriminates Dunn, we still have this:

      Dunn: “I was in fear for my life.”
      Racist Juror: “I believe Dunn.”

  12. Ametia says:

    Statement From Rev. Al Sharpton Regarding The Verdict In The Michael Dunn Case

    Reverend Al Sharpton, President



    February 15, 2014 (New York)–Reverend Al Sharpton, President of National Action Network :

    “We are deeply disappointed by the verdict in the case of Michael Dunn. Though he was convicted for attempted murder and shooting into the car, the value of Jordan Davis’ life was not addressed in this verdict. The mistrial further sends a chilling effect to parents in the twenty-three states that have the Stand Your Ground law or laws similar. It requires the Civil Rights community to head into Florida, which is now ground zero for a National fight to change that law. From Trayvon Martin to Jordan Davis enough is enough. Our National board member Bishop Rudy Mckissick has been in the court room during the trial, including tonight representing us and supporting the family; sharing with them our prayers as we join them in pursuing justice and the ending the Stand Your Ground law.”

    Reverend Al Sharpton, President of National Action Network


  13. Ametia says:


  14. Ametia says:

    Once again, the state FAILED our teens. John Guy & Angela Corey.are part of the problem.

    • Liza says:

      I was thinking about this, the strategy of the prosecution. If they ever intend to enforce the law for white on black crimes in these jurisdictions that are packed full of racist whites, they need to get a whole lot better at jury selection. Whatever it takes to do this, they need to do it, and they need to do it NOW.

  15. Ametia says:

    Ronald Davis, Jordan Davis Father “We don’t accept a law that would allow collateral damage to our family members”

  16. Yahtc says:

    “Michael Dunn Trial: White Fear Matters More Than Black Lives:
    A Florida jury failed to convict yet another man for killing an unarmed black teenager. By their logic, Michael Dunn should have kept shooting and never asked questions.”


    Let’s say you wanted to kill a black teenager. The reason doesn’t matter. Maybe they looked too suspicious while walking home, or maybe they just wouldn’t obey when you gave them a command. The goal, however, is to make the kill without getting convicted.
    Well, if there’s anything to take away from the trial of Michael Dunn, it’s that—in the state of Florida—this is possible. You just need to be more thorough than Dunn could manage in his initial rage, when he killed Davis for being a “thug” who wouldn’t bend to his will.

    First, let’s look at the trial. Yes, assuming a tough judge, the 47-year-old Dunn will go to prison for the rest of his life. But he won’t be going to prison for Davis’s death. On the charge of first degree murder in the killing of the unarmed teenager, the jury couldn’t come to a decision. Indeed, if Dunn is facing a jail cell at all, it’s because the jury found him guilty of attempted murder in the case of Davis’ friends—after killing Davis, Dunn fired more shots into the vehicle. The jury has held him for shooting at three teenagers, but not for killing the fourth.

    With that said, there’s another way to look at this. If Dunn had killed Davis and his friends—or if he had killed Davis without shooting afterwards—then, by to the logic of the jury, he would have escaped punishment altogether. Which provides a guide, of sorts, for future killers, racist or otherwise. Claim fear, kill your target, and either do so away from people, or be sure to kill any witnesses. As long as you can portray the witnesses as also threatening, it seems like you could avoid jail time.

    Which, you know, is insane, both in what it says about Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law—your best bet for getting away with murder is to shoot first and kill everyone—and what it says about the value of black lives vis-à-vis the state’s legal system. According to the criminal justice system of Florida, you are right to fear African-American men, and if you decide to act on that fear with violence, then you stand a good chance of avoiding conviction, on account of a jury that—more likely than not—will sympathize with your fear.

    The facts back this up. In states with “Stand Your Ground,” homicides with a white perpetrator and a black victim are 10 times more likely than the reverse to be ruled “justifiable,” and that increases to 281 times more likely when both the perpetrator and the victim are white.

    In fairness to Florida, it’s not as if this—white fear as an adjudicating factor for black life—is a new thing. It’s the force behind the lynching epidemic of the early 20th century, the racial terrorism of the 1920s, and the economic assaults—riots and redlining—of the post-war period. And for all of the real problems of the current moment, there was a belief that we had put that behind us. Which is one reason why this case is so jarring. No, “Stand Your Ground” isn’t as egregious as the worst of Jim Crow, but there’s no denying that it hardens to a time when you could shoot first and never ask questions, as long as the victim was a black person.

    I think I speak for many black people when I say that’s terrifying.

  17. There is no justice for black victims in this country. We have to protect our kids. Our kids are looking to us to protect them. It is our DUTY as parents. What do we do?

  18. Ametia says:

    CNN thinks they’re slick. Don Lemmon goes off on this fucked up verdict, yet they’re planning to air a one-one interivew with Chris CuomoZimmerman on Tuesday.

  19. What about Jordan Davis’ rights? He had got damn rights as an American citizen. This country does NOT belong to white people.

    • rikyrah says:

      what about his rights indeed

    • Ametia says:

      So TRUE, SG2. and black parents of black sons need to rise up and also let these boys know that they have a right to STAND THEIR GROUND TOO.

      If enough people rise up and strike back if confronted by these racists fucks, they’ll change that SYG law. because if it’s a law for ALL citizens of that state, then EVERYONE should be covered and defend themselves.



      • Liza says:

        That is God’s truth. The NRA, ALEC, and bad laws like SYG are the last gasp of the white supremacists who know they are losing power as their numbers diminish. The demographics of this country are against them and they are in fear as whites become a smaller percentage of the population. They are losing power so they cling to their guns and to each other and get legislation passed (in states with Republican dominated legislatures) that they think will secure their power for a long time to come.

        We have to prove them wrong. We need to go after these bad laws until they are off the books because reasonable and equitable laws are all that can stand between an armed racist like Dunn or Zimmerman and black males (and other innocent people.) Changing hearts and minds is nice to talk about, but in the real world, we know that the Dunns and the Zimmermans don’t change. All we have is the law standing between us and them. And those laws need to be good laws that are enforced equally for all people.

      • Yahtc says:

        LET’S ROLL!

        Our cause is JUST
        Our hearts are energized
        Let’s RALLY
        Let’s DEMAND
        Let’s sign petitions
        Let’s call, email, and write the Legislators
        Let’s hold marches against injustice

        LET’S ROLL!


        Let’s NOT rest until there IS equal justice!!!
        Let us always stay in the struggle against racism!

  20. rikyrah says:

    On The Killing Of Jordan Davis By Michael Dunn
    Ta-Nehisi Coates Feb 15 2014, 10:07 PM ET

    I wish I had something more to say about the fact that Michael Dunn was not convicted for killing a black boy. Except I said it after George Zimmerman was not convicted of killing a black boy. Except the parents of black boys already know this. Except the parents of black boys have long said this, and they have been answered with mockery.

    Jordan Davis had a mother and a father. It did not save him. Trayvon Martin had a mother and a father. They could not save him. My son has a father and mother. We cannot protect him from our country, which is our aegis and our assailant. We cannot protect our children because racism in America is not merely a belief system but a heritage, and the inability of black parents to protect their children is an ancient tradition.

    Spare us the invocations of “black on black crime.” I will not respect the lie. I would rather be thought insane. The most mendacious phrase in the American language is “black on black crime,” which is uttered as though the same hands that drew red lines around the ghettoes of Chicago are not the same hands that drew red lines around the life of Jordan Davis, as though black people authored North Lawndale and policy does not exist. That which mandates the murder of our Hadiya Pendletons necessarily mandates the murder of Jordan Davis. I will not respect any difference. I will not respect the lie. I would rather be thought crazy.


  21. rikyrah says:

    Holly Robinson Peete ✔ @hollyrpeete

    Dunn verdict scares me so much as an American mom. How many times can we justify killing these boys of color b/c they appear “menacing”??
    8:04 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  22. rikyrah says:

    Joy Reid ✔ @TheReidReport

    So Michael Dunn faces at least 60 years in prison, but ZERO years in prison (now) for killing Jordan Davis. Ah, Florida. #DunnTrial
    6:04 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  23. rikyrah says:

    Teresa Kopec @TeresaKopec

    Most remarkable part of Dunn story is he drove off, ordered a pizza & never called the police after KILLING a boy. THEN claims self defense.
    7:27 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  24. rikyrah says:

    Only4RM @Only4RM

    In a parallel universe #Trayvon & #Jordan are college freshmen together, not bound in our collective trauma from their deaths @TheReidReport
    6:53 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  25. rikyrah says:

    Elon James White @elonjames

    And again–WHY is #JordanDavis dead? It’s not because he played loud music. Its because he defied a White man. Thats terrifying in America.
    7:27 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  26. rikyrah says:

    Grace @graceishuman

    God. Another Black mother having to stand in front of the country and weep for her dead child. Love to Lucia McBath.
    6:36 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  27. rikyrah says:

    Marc Lamont Hill ✔ @marclamonthill

    Jordan Davis’s mom said she is praying for Dunn. If only someone had been that loving and merciful to her child.
    6:36 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  28. rikyrah says:

    Joy Reid ✔ @TheReidReport

    If you shoot someone in FL & they live, you’re going down. If they die, hung jury or acquittal. The bitter irony of Stand Your Ground.
    6:07 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  29. rikyrah says:

    Omar Moore @popcornreel

    FLA: Marissa Alexander gets 20 years for shooting a gun INTO THE AIR but Michael Dunn isn’t convicted of MURDERING Jordan Davis. #DunnTrial
    7:10 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  30. rikyrah says:

    Faith Jenkins Esq. @faithjenkins1

    The problem w black victims in cases like this is that they are no longer around to prove they were worthy of life. #dunntrial
    6:41 PM – 15 Feb 2014

    • Ametia says:




  31. rikyrah says:

    Jesse Berney @jesseberney

    Honestly thought this was open and shut. I needed to be reminded how terrifying it is to be black in America.
    6:51 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  32. rikyrah says:

    Firestarter in Chief @docrocktex26

    Stand Your Ground prioritizes the demons in a gun nut’s imagination over reality, innocence, and public safety.
    4:44 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  33. rikyrah says:

    SheriffFruitfly @sherifffruitfly

    it has nothing to do with music, hoodies or anything. it has everything to do with we white folks thinking we can do anything to black folks
    7:03 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  34. rikyrah says:

    Jamilah Lemieux ✔ @JamilahLemieux

    No one should have to be graceful in the face of murder and injustice.
    7:03 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  35. dande says:

    Somebody please let me know was Mr. Jordan in the parking lot before the ASS came and parked. And who open their mouth first. So it seem to me Mr. Jordan was standing his ground. Seem to me this just a case where a white man could not take a black young man talking back to him. And he was going to show this nigger..

  36. rikyrah says:

    Allan Thompson @allandthompson

    All Zimmerman and Dunn had to do was stay in their cars and drive away and 2 TEENAGERS are still alive today. #DunnTrial
    4:40 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  37. rikyrah says:

    – -☺@keithboykin
    Q: Does the partial verdict in the #DunnTrial create a perverse incentive to kill the victim to make it easier to plead self-defense?

    – – -☺@TheReidReport
    So Michael Dunn faces at least 60 years in prison, but ZERO years in prison (now) for killing Jordan Davis. Ah, Florida. #DunnTrial

    – – -☺ ‏@theonlyadult
    Of course Angela Corey can smile. No one will murder her child. #DunnTrial

    – – -☺@keithboykin
    ‏The verdict in #DunnTrial means there is no conviction for killing Jordan Davis, only for shooting at the other people in the car.

    – – – -☺ ‏@TheRawestMike
    Zimmerman followed Trayvon. Dunn approached Jordan. Florida needs a “mind your business” law. #DunnTrial

  38. Yahtc says:

    We need to continue to seek justice for Jordan and NEVER allow would-be racist killers to think that there will be no consequences for killing our innocent Black youth and adults just because the killers can say groundlessly afterwards that they were scared.

  39. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    I’m watching CNN, I guess they’re having a special regarding the trial and verdict.

  40. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    Everyone knows Dunn is guilty, even those that were cheerleaders for Zimmerman said Dunn is guilty, that includes Mark O’Mara. I mean you just don’t kill someone, buy some wine, leave the scene, order pizza, get hotel room, watch the news, and then drive 185 miles out of the state, and never once call the police.

  41. rikyrah says:

    Rania Khalek @RaniaKhalek

    Angela Corey locks up black minors for breakfast and charges them as adults for lunch. She should have ZERO credibility. #dunntrial

  42. Yahtc says:

    We need to DEMAND justice for Jordan!

    I will NOT rest until Jordan gets JUSTICE!

    Until the killing of Black men, Black mothers’ sons
    Is as IMPORTANT as
    The killing of White men, White mothers’ sons

    We who believe in freedom cannot rest
    We who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes

  43. rikyrah says:

    The Historianess @historianess

    Go read Dunn’s letters. Then take a shower, bc you’ll feel dirty. Then: call out every asshole who says this murder was not about race.
    6:54 PM – 15 Feb 2014

    • GrannyStandingforTruth says:

      I read them and wondered why they did not bring them up in the trial, Why did they withhold information about his characters. The letters even proved that he was lying when he said that he calls rap music rap crap. Uh no, he calls it thug music and he is very racist. He wants white men to arm themselves and kill more black males and said it in his letter.

  44. rikyrah says:

    BV @blackgalfound

    “Jordan Davis was a good kid.” Anytime unarmed Blacks are unjustly killed we have to prove the victim was “good.” It shouldn’t matter.
    6:44 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  45. rikyrah says:

    Nerdy Wonka @NerdyWonka

    Angela Corey: “We’re grateful for the laws in Florida.”

    This is why Angela Corey needs to replaced as State Attorney. #DunnTrial
    6:40 PM – 15 Feb 2014

  46. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    I wonder what excuse the next white man who murders another innocent black kid will use to justify his evil! Lord, how long, oh Lord, how long?

    I pray that one of the jurors decides to step in the limelight! So, that we can get an idea of what went on in that juror room.

  47. rikyrah says:

    Nerdy Wonka @NerdyWonka

    Florida: Where you can be white. Murder unarmed Black children. Claim and pretend fear. Then walk away free.
    6:32 PM – 15 Feb 2014

    • GrannyStandingforTruth says:

      Nope, it is not just Florida, it is in other states as well. Oscar Grant was murdered in front of hundreds of witnesses, Shot in his back while handcuffed! My nephew was on the BART that night and sending us pictures as it was taking place. People witnessed it on TV. Oscar’s murdered went to jail for a couple of months, but got out early and folks tried to sneak and give him job back and seal his record.

      Protesters are demanding Angela Corey’s resignation. They’ve marched over to her office.

      • Liza says:

        Johannes Mehserle took the stand in his own defense and claimed taser confusion even though he never mentioned it to anyone until is defense team thought it up as his excuse for killing Oscar Grant in cold blood. Mehserle cried his eyes out on the witness stand and expressed remorse. The jury fell for it, they don’t like to punish cops even if they are just BART cops. That was a travesty, to be sure. But BART paid the Grant family quite a bit of money.

  48. rikyrah says:

    – – –☺@NerdyWonka
    America: Where African-American children are murdered, so they end up six feet under and not in the White House.

  49. rikyrah says:

    Christina Morillo ‏@divinetechygirl

    “Unbelievable that the value of a black boys life does not seem to exist and it is about race and no one wants to tlk abt it” Sunny Hostin

  50. rikyrah says:

    Sheryl Kaye @_sherylkaye_

    Angela Corey speaking as if she’s at some kind of instructional seminar vs speaking about injustice of murder of JordanDavis. #DunnTrial

  51. rikyrah says:

    Huskybro Dim Sum @HuskyBro_Inc

    There’s Angela Corey, smiling and profiling after another Dead Black Teenager Trial like she’s won a free honey glazed ham #DunnTrial

    • GrannyStandingforTruth says:

      I wonder if she is faking like she been sticking by the family like she did with the Martins.

  52. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    SYG is the modern day lynching! Instead of justifying modern day lynching with rape, the justifier is self-defense. B.S. I think I’ll be channeling the spirit of Ida B. Wells in the next few years, writing and speaking out against modern day lynchings.

    • Liza says:

      “SYG is the modern day lynching! Instead of justifying modern day lynching with rape, the justifier is self-defense.”


  53. rikyrah says:

    where’s Hanky Head Don Lemon..

    he’s awfully quiet.

  54. Denise Anderson-Gaines says:

    Thank you God. We live too fight another day for Jordan Davis and his family.


  55. Ametia says:

    Lucia: We pray for Mr. Dunn, We will continue to pray for justice for Jordan. Some consolation of justice with this verdict.

  56. Ametia says:

    Sunny: “Code was used throughout this trial, thug, rap music.” She is calling Ashely out.

    Lucia is speaking now.

  57. Yahtc says:

    Sending my thanks to the jurors who made it possible for there to be a retrial on Count 1.

    May Dunn be sentenced to the max on the other four counts.

    Jordan, I will be watching the retrial and praying that you receive the justice that you deserve.

    A consolation prize that puts him behind bars is NOT enough. You deserve more than that.

  58. rikyrah says:

    Lisa Bloom ‏@LisaBloom

    Urban Institute: Whites who kill blacks in Stand Your Ground states are 354% more likely to be acquitted (or not even charged). #DunnTrial

  59. rikyrah says:

    Put that muthafucka in General Population and let prison justice take care of itself.

  60. rikyrah says:

    Goldie questioning Angela Corey’s competency. ..

    about time.

    • Ametia says:

      Corey represents a state where SYG law is the white man’s drug, along with their FAKE fear of blacks and their gun.

      • Yahtc says:

        Yes, they do hide behind SYG.
        They are the Klan that can kill if they say are scared shitless.
        They are the Klan Kan Kill if Scared Shitless
        Thus: KKK = SS

  61. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    They do not want to give up being able to kill black males. So, what they did was threw out a pacifier. In other words, he’s going to jail for a long time, but not for killing Jordan Davis. Hell NO! I refuse to compromise a young black males lives for a pacifier.

  62. Ametia says:



  63. To the hold out jurors—> BIG UP! 👏👏👏👏

  64. I’m shaking! Michael Dunn GUILTY on all four counts. A mistrial has been declared in the 1st degree murder charge.

    • Liza says:

      I’m in tears. My hometown did not let him walk. Bless them for giving us this much so that Dunn can be retried. Obviously it was hard on the ones who stood up for justice and for Jordan and Jordan’s family and friends and every black kid in the State of Florida. Bless them for their courage and fighting for what is right.

  65. Ametia says:


  66. Ametia says:

    they are going to let that muthafucka go with murder 1 MISTRIAL.

  67. Ametia says:

    The jury has not reached a verdict on all counts, according to Judge Healey.

  68. Yahtc says:

    The jury has a verdict now

  69. Ametia says:

    Jordan Davis would be 19 years old tomorrow. 19! SYG law must be ABOLISHED!

    • rikyrah says:

      19 years old. I weep.

    • Ametia says:

      Rikryah, the jurors who stood their ground and helped hang that first count, you know they were at least the 2 black women. They were courageous and did not give in.

      Tot he ones who did not want to convict Dunn for murder one, FUCK’EM!

      • Liza says:

        Anyone who believed a word that Dunn said is a racist a$$hole. That man lied about everything, tried to drag Jordan’s character through the mud, and counted on a racist jury to just let him go without considering facts and evidence.

        He is an evil man and he is going where he belongs. Being convicted on murder 1 or 2 would not change where he is going to be, but it would sure as hell send a message to those who think like Dunn and Zimmerman.

        SYG must go.

  70. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    Wow, Jane Valdez spoke the truth just now on CNN. She said that they tried the victim and did not defend his character. Also, that if Dunn goes free, that this is a license to kill young black males. She was pissed and she said it was motivated by race.

    • Liza says:

      The Hispanic guy is white. There are five white males.

    • GrannyStandingforTruth says:

      Four minority jurist against eight white jurist. Not one, not even a half white and black male on the jury troubles me. Especially, since it is white males using the stand your ground law to kill black males. It bothers me that a black woman standing her ground who shoots in a ceiling is sentenced to prison for 20 years, but white males who kill black male serve no time.

      Dunn kills Jordan Davis, flees from the scene, buys wine and orders pizza, walks the dog, watches TV, leave 185 miles out the state and goes home like nothing happened. Never once dialed 911 or called the non-emergency police number. If the police wouldn’t have went to his house and arrested him, he would go right on acting like nothing happened…business as usual.

      Okay, a verdict has been reached. Let’s see what the verdict is.

  71. Liza says:

    I can’t even put forth a guess on what the verdict might be on counts 2 through 5. My head is spinning from all the guessing.

    But I will say this. If the jury hangs on the first count and a mistrial is declared on that count, it is probably the best possible outcome at this point. The state will re-try the sorry son of a bitch because:
    1. The crime is so egregious.
    2. The victim is a child.
    3. Duval County’s population is almost 40 percent black.

    If someone is holding out for justice, and I hope it is more than just one person, we have to pray that they remain strong against what is without question a racist jury. Hanging on count one is the right thing to do if the others are demanding full out acquittal.

    My nerves are shot.

    • rikyrah says:

      can’t take a not guilty verdict.

      I’ll accept a mistrial, because that means that someone in that Jury Room fought FOR Jordan Dunn, unlike those bitches in the Trayvon case.

      • Liza says:

        I agree X 10. I could live with a conviction on a lesser included charge on count 1 because it still means a long time in prison for Dunn. But full out acquittal is just wrong and it will set the “justice” system back even farther. We will be living in Emmett Till’s America with an SYG enhancement for the white supremacists.

        Given that, a mistrial on count 1 is best.

      • Ametia says:

        I can NOT take a guilty verdict either. Imagine what Jordan’s parents are feeling and thinking right now. My hope is that along with those two black female jurors, that they are not the LONE jurors who are STANDING THEIR GROUND & FIGHTING for Jordan Davis.

        MISTRIAL and retry that motherfucker!

  72. llip2 says:

    CNN News: The jury is hung on the murder charge.

  73. llip2 says:

    The jurors four white women, four white men, two black women, one Asian woman, and one Hispanic man.
    Darren Kavinoky Penalties: M1=25yrs+; Manslghter=9-30yrs; Attmpted Murder 20yrs each/60 total; shoot at car: 15yrs.

  74. Bottom line! White racists wnt to shoot black people indiscriminately & get away with it. All a person has to do is to say they were afraid for their life. FUCKED UP TO THE 10TH POWER!

    • Ametia says:

      Yep; they don’t want to charge that SOB Dunn with MURDERING Jordan Davis. So it could be a MISTRIAL on murder one and feds get to trial Dunn again for murder 1. The other charges will stick, and he won’t serve any time until after the retrial. This is my understanding. Either way, this fucker will go to jail for a long time.

    • rikyrah says:

      you tell the truth, SG2

  75. llip2 says:

    They have some verdict but hung up on one, in the Michael Dunn’s case.

  76. llip2 says:

    Breaking News They Have A Verdict In The Michael Dunn’s Case….

  77. Breaking:

    The jury cannot come to a decision on the 1st degree murder charge nor the lesser charges.

    OMG! WTFF?! The racists on the jury don’t want to convict this thug criminal. A child is shot dead and they’re deadlocked? GMAMFB!

    • Ametia says:

      Where did you hear this? I heard they are hung on murder one charge, and reached a verdict on the other charges.

      • I heard they’ve reached a verdict on the other 4 counts but are deadlocked on the 1st degree murder charge. So does it mean they’re not considering Murder 2 etc?

      • Liza says:

        My understanding is that they can’t consider a lesser included charge like M2 until they have hung on M1 which they said they have. So, they can now consider the lesser included charges on the first count. If they cannot agree on any lesser included charge for count 1, then it is a mistrial on that count and Dunn can be retried on that count. The DA could also reduce the charge for Dunn’s next trial if they think there is a better chance of conviction.

  78. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    Has the jury come back with a verdict yet? How many free meals have they received so far? Might as well start taking a count of the free meals as in count down. I’m just saying.

  79. racerrodig says:

    The similarity to the ex – cop shooting someone point blank over a text message in a movie theater is amazing.

    I don’t like what you’re doing…….so I’ll let you know seconds before I open fire for no reason.

    In most states, he’d have been charged with fleeing the scene of a crime……either the crime of murder……or whatever shit Duuhhnn would dream up…..terroristic threat ? pointing a stick…driving while thug??

    No…he fled to avoid a piss and blood test, and anyone with 1/2 a brain knows it.

  80. Liza says:

    Good morning,
    I am distraught and angry. I have to leave in about an hour.

    Is the jury having another lunch now? I was thinking that if McDonalds had catered this thing it would be over by now.

  81. Ametia says:

    Good Morning, Everyone.

  82. Yahtc says:

    34:54 — Driver of SUV exits store

    35:14 — Witness to shooting exits store

    35:34 — Gunshots begin

    35:35– End of first volley of 3 gunshots

    35:36–Start of next 4 gunshots

    35:37 –Last shot of FIRST 7 gunshots

    35:42 — Start of final volley of 3 gunshots at departing car BEGIN

    35:43 — Last gunshot

    35:45 — Rhonda is standing with her back to the cashier’s counter on the second floor tile from the counter.

    All 10 shots were fired while Rhonda was STILL in the store.

    • Yahtc says:

      ALL 10 gunshots were fired during a period that only lasted 9 seconds.

      • Yahtc says:

        Could Dunn REALLY get out of his car in only 5 seconds and begin shooting his last 3 shots hitting the back of the departing SUV as he squatted down?

      • Yahtc says:

        Could Dunn have had his OWN door opened BEFORE he started shooting the 10 shots. (& NOT have been resting his hands on his opened window?)

        I need to see if the witness to the shooting made any mention of the position of Dunn’s driver’s door.

      • Yahtc says:

        I agree that Dunn was seated for the first 7 shots….but could he have had his door opened while seated and shooting those 7 shots?

        The front door holes in the SUV are at a sharper angle towards Dunn’s car. Therefore, I think the SUV was in the process of backing up as the front SUV doors were hit AFTER he had already hit Jordan’s door (the back SUV door.)

        Here is the evidence photo of the SUV:


      • Yahtc says:

        My view is that he definitely was sitting in his car for the first 7 shots.

        I am looking at the possibility that he had his door opened as he SAT shooting those first 7 shots.

        When the SUV was backing up, the SUV’s FRONT passenger door was farther away (EVEN farther away than Jordan’s door HAD been in the ORIGINAL parked position) causing the shots to be angled pointing BACK at Dunn’s gun.

      • Ametia says:

        The FACT that Dunn fired 10 shots into an SUV full of teenaged boys is CRIMINALLY INSANE. Why folks aren’t OUTRAGED about this one-man attempted masacre is beyond belief!

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