And again. That is not how it works.
He does not need evidence to support what is stated. It needs to be disproved. That is how it works. And there is no evidence that disproves his account. Do you really not understand that?
For all you know the Prosecutor got the Jury stacked with those who just don't like the use of guns.
No it isn't nonsense.
What he stated makes very good sense.
"Thug" is not racist code for nigger.
If you think so, your thoughts are convoluted.
Which really just shows this was all about race for you and not the evidence.
A tripod leg with its "end cap" or "foot" removed can certainly looks like the barrel of a shot gun.
So what other bs do you want to spew?
What you said is not credible.
"Thug" is not racist code for nigger.
Which really just shows this was all about race for you and not the evidence. Which you previously made abundantly clear.
So again, since you do not pay attention.
We are not talking about
whatthe decision of the Jury, we all know what it was, just as we all know Juries make mistakes.
We are talking about the evidence. At there is no credible evidence that says his account is false.
And some members of the first Jury don't disagree with me as to the charge against Davis, which is specifically what we are talking about. Which in all reality, made their finding on the other charges incorrect and overturnable.
He was a man who was firing at a threat.
Had it been found that he had acted in self defense, those previous findings of guilt could not have stood.
So you truly have no point here, and really do not know of what you speak.
It just shows that your thoughts are convoluted.
Are you too going to be dishonest and say a leg of a tripod could not look like a barrel of a shot gun?
I hope you are not that dishonest.
Last edited by Excon; 10-05-14 at 11:07 AM.
"The law is reason, free from passion."
If the homeless guy, who took down Dunn's license plate number, hadn't been on the ball that evening, we would never know who did the shooting ... we would never know who murdered Jordan Davis.After the shooting ...Dunn and his girlfriend, Rhonda Rouer, drove 40 miles south to St. Augustine, where they had reservations at a bed and breakfast.
Once there, Guy said, Dunn ordered pizza, "took his little dog for a walk," ordered a movie and "poured a big, tall drink -- rum and Coke."
"They had cell phones, but they didn't call 911. He didn't drive to a police substation," Guy said. "That defendant put his head on his hotel pillow and went to sleep."
In the morning, Rouer saw a news report about a shooting at a Jacksonville gas station, in which a 17-year-old had been killed, and rather than call police, the couple packed their bags and drove 130 miles home to Satellite Beach, where Dunn was finally apprehended.
You have a consistent and long history here at DP of defending white guys who murdered un-armed black teens... even here in the face of their 1st degree murder conviction you maintain that any white guy who killed any un-armed black teen should go free.
Your motivations become ever increasingly transparent with each white murderer you doggedly defend.
It is comical that you maintain Dunn's justification on the flimsiest, lame, what if, maybe, and could have done, defenses.
Everyone here is laughing at you.
Dunn was not reported to have said you can't threaten me with a shotgun in the instant before he opened fire. Witnesses heard him say " You can't talk to me like that".
His motivation was obvious and so is your's.
Dunn was on the run and exhibited no intention to report the shooting.JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A homeless man living in his truck helped police solve the fatal shooting of a black teenager by a white man during an argument over loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store, according to testimony in the first-degree murder trial on Friday.
Shawn Lee Atkins testified that in November 2012 he witnessed a man shoot into a sport utility vehicle carrying four teens, killing Jordan Davis, 17, of Marietta, Georgia.
Atkins memorized the shooter's license plate and gave the tag number to store employees.