Michael Dunn- Understanding the Man who Killed Jordan Davis (Part 3, the evidence)

 

 

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Michael Dunn- Understanding the Man who Killed Jordan Davis (Part 3, the evidence)

New evidence was released today in Michael Dunn’s criminal case for the murder of Jordan Davis and attempted murder of three other young men.  Since day one, we have had to fight defamation and offensive rhetoric and spin and argument that Michael Dunn was credible and the victims were not credible.  We had to take this on because the reputations and memories of these fine boys will not be tarnished.  We will not let them be victimized in what is supposed to be “justice.”

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Posted on 01/27/2014, in Jordan Davis and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. justice for jordan … let it be so!

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  2. I would think this to be iron-clad, but I thought that once before and had my heart broken. But I still believe. There has to be justice. Somewhere in this world, there just has to be.

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    • Rachael,
      I know the feeling.

      Dunn made some serious mistakes that refute his story of feeling threatened. He got out of his car and continued firing as the SUV which pulled away BECAUSE he was shooting at them. He failed to call the cops and left the scene. And, he did his deeds before witnesses and did not kill all of the witnesses.

      Loud music and texting are not reasons to start a confrontation, pull a gun, and kill.

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  3. I knew he was a creepy fcuk. Can’t wait for the rest to come out!

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    • mindyme62,
      Can we imagine how Zimmerman’s case might have gone had be remained in jail without bond? O’Mara’s entire denigration and slander of Trayvon was to get people to donate money to take care of Zimmerman since he was out on bond.

      Dunn’s attorney has been quiet because there’s no need to attract people to donate to feed Dunn and pay his rent and debts.

      Maybe the jury in Dunn’s case won’t be as tainted as the jurors in Zimmerman’s case.

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  4. Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat™.

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  5. I honestly believe the actions (inaction) of the SPD when Zimmerman was not arrested immediately swayed folks opinions on his guilt. I am hopeful the reaction of our police department here in Jax when Dunn shot Jordan, will have the same effect.

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    • mindyme62

      honestly believe the actions (inaction) of the SPD when Zimmerman was not arrested immediately swayed folks opinions on his guilt.

      Yes, because we heard his NEN call:
      “Shit. He’s running.”

      “Are you following him?”
      “Yes”
      “We don’t need you to do that,”
      “Okay” (With the same sound of wind that gave the dispatcher reason to ask that question continuing.)

      By analogy, it would have been the same had the dispatcher heard gunshots and asked if Zimmerman was firing a gun; with Zimmerman answering in the affirmative; told not to fire his gun; but the gunshots continue.

      Whatever happened thereafter was preventable. George had no authority to get out of his vehicle to follow someone who ran from him.

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