Your Next Big (Racially-Charged) Music Trial: Florida Case Involving Murder and Loud Music
Back on November 23, 2013, Michael Dunn, 47, stopped for gas at a station in north Florida. Also at the station was an SUV filled with four teenagers. A lot of loud music was coming from the vehicle.
Dunn says he asked them to turn it down. However, Jordan Davis, a 17-year-old Jacksonville high school student in the back seat of the SUV, refused.
Words were exchanged.A confrontation then erupted.
Dunn claimed that he thought he saw the barrel of a shotgun pointed at him through the back window. Fearing for his life, he whipped out his gun. Dunn fired nine bullets into the SUV, three of which stuck and killed Davis.
Blammo x 9 = one dead teenager.
Dunn is white. The victim is back.
Once again, this will all come down to race. If you were looking for a sequel to the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case, you’ve found it.
2 thoughts on “Your Next Big (Racially-Charged) Music Trial: Florida Case Involving Murder and Loud Music”
this is so poorly written I can barely understand it.
“Dunn says has them to turn it down but Jordan Davis, a passenger in the back seat, refused.”
“Dunn is white. The victim is back.”
Was this proof read before posting?
It was, but there was a problem with the posting (there was an interruption in Internet service during the publishing stage). A draft ended up being posted instead of the final version. I’ve made the substitution.