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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    The facts and evidence proves you wrong in regards to what a sane person does.
    1.) false, thats an assumption and your opinion. Not fact or evidence.
    False. That was your opinion shown, and was shown to be absurdly false.
    He has never been shown not to be sane. Nor was any attempt made to have any Doctor declare the nonsense you spout.


    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    2.) false, his lies were proven by the testimony of his girlfriend, phone records and the testimony of his neighbor.
    Your wrong opinion again
    His GF not remembering does not make what he said a lie. Never will.
    And his thinking that he carried through with what he intended, because he spoke with the very person he intended to contact, does not make what he said a lie.
    It just means he was mistaken as he testified to. A mistake that anyone can make.





    Quote Originally Posted by poweRob View Post
    it is normal for a person to avoid going home, check into a hotel, order pizza and beer after unloading your weapon in a car full of people. So long as you don't know for sure that you killed someone.
    ???
    1. There is no law that said he had to remain or report the incident.
    2. He didn't know he killed the threat and was fleeing from that very threat. That is normal.
    3. He ordered food for the GF. And even if it was for him, it isn't at all odd.

    And the following clearly applies to you, the one who doesn't know the evidence.
    Your spin is absurd. Stop being so absurd and learn the evidence and quit replacing evidence with your absurd opinions and then trying to conflate the two.





    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    No, it is pretty much the way any reasonable person would act.

    No, it is a way some people would act.

    It is like you do not understand that everybody acts differently.


    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    I will bet you the fact that he FLED the scene and did not report the serious incident weighed heavily on the minds of jurors. As it should have.
    It may have, but it shouldn't have given the circumstances.
    And if the the Juror from the first trial is an example of why this Jury found guilt, this has nothing to do with it.


    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    It was entirely unreasonable for an innocent man to flee the scene after he had discharged his weapon 10 times towards other human beings.
    No it isn't, especially considering that he had no idea if the threat was going to return and fire at him. Under such circumstances it is best to flee.


    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    It is entirely reasonable for a person wishing to evade criminal prosecution to flee the scene where he just discharged his weapon 10 times towards other human beings.
    This is nothing more than conditioned cynical thoughts.
    It is more likely he fled for the reason he stated he did.
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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post
    1.)False. That was your opinion shown, and was shown to be absurdly false.
    He has never been shown not to be sane. Nor was any attempt made to have any Doctor declare the nonsense you spout.


    Your wrong opinion again
    His GF not remembering does not make what he said a lie. Never will.
    And his thinking that he carried through with what he intended, because he spoke with the very person he intended to contact, does not make what he said a lie.
    It just means he was mistaken.





    ???
    1. There is no law that said he had to remain or report the incident.
    2. He didn't know he killed the threat and was fleeing from that very threat. That is normal.
    3. He ordered food for the GF. And deven if it was for him it isn't at all odd.

    And the following clearly applies to you, the one who doesn't know the evidence.
    Your spin is absurd. Stop being so absurd and learn the evidence and quit replacing evidence with your absurd opinions and then trying to conflate the two.






    No, it is a way some people would act.

    It is like you do not understand that everybody acts differently.


    It may have, but it shouldn't have given the circumstances.
    And if the the Juror from the first trial is an example of why this Jury found guilt, this has nothing to do with it.


    No it isn't, especially considering that he had no idea if the threat was going to return and fire at him. Under such circumstances it is best to flee.


    This is nothing more than conditioned cynical thoughts.
    It is more likely he fled for the reason he stated he did.
    1.) you just proved there was no facts or evidence declaring him to be sane or not sane proving me right and your statement wrong. I said I thought he was insane, you claimed FACTS and EVIDENCE prove otherwise thats false, thanks for proving me right.
    2.) good thing no one talked about her not remembering, please stick to what was said, making stuff up wont change the facts. Two peoples testimonies and phones records showed he lied. This fact will never change. Until you produce facts that prove otherwise you have nothing and there will be no response. Its a fact he lied, this was proven in court.
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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    1.) you just proved there was no facts or evidence declaring him to be sane or not sane proving me right and your statement wrong. I said I thought he was insane, you claimed FACTS and EVIDENCE prove otherwise thats false, thanks for proving me right.
    What an absurdly dishonest response.
    You did not say you "thought". You made declarative statements which are wrong, as no one, let alone you or a professional has shown any of that to be true.
    You prove yourself wrong and are just deflecting with nonsense as usual.
    Your initial, non-thought, declarative claims were:
    1.) "he is a nutcase"
    2.) "no rational, sane person does what he does in his case AND ALSO LIES ABOUT IT"
    3.) he is a loon

    The facts and the evidence prove you to be wrong, and you are just deflecting with nonsense as usual.


    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    2.) good thing no one talked about her not remembering, please stick to what was said, making stuff up wont change the facts. Two peoples testimonies and phones records showed he lied. This fact will never change. Until you produce facts that prove otherwise you have nothing and there will be no response. Its a fact he lied, this was proven in court.
    Wrong J. Nothing showed he lied.
    Her, an emotional basket case not remembering, does not mean he lied.
    Until such time as you have proof, you are being dishonest and making false claims.
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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    And yet, he claims that his life was threatened, shot 10 rounds into a car filled with people, and drove 2 hours to his lodging, ordered pizza and a movie.

    How again did the police track him down?

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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    shot 10 rounds into a car filled with people,
    At the threat.


    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    and drove 2 hours to his lodging, ordered pizza and a movie.
    How lonh did it take to get to his hotel?
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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    And yet, he claims that his life was threatened, shot 10 rounds into a car filled with people, and drove 2 hours to his lodging, ordered pizza and a movie.

    How again did the police track him down?
    The homeless man took down Dunn's license plate number as Dunn escaped the murder scene and gave it to the store clerk.
    Had he not done so Dunn would likely still be on the run and we would never know who murdered Jordan Davis and who attempted to murder his three friends because their music was too loud..
    Dunn was obviously on the run and showed no intention of ever reporting the murder to the police.
    The racist murderer Dunn would have gone free.

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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Excon,

    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post

    How again did the police track him down?
    This should be interesting.
    Last edited by year2late; 10-10-14 at 09:56 AM.

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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    So you'd rather start shooting than extricate yourself from the situation if at all possible? Otherwise, why have a gun, right?
    I didn't say that did I? But I am not going to run to my closet and cowar like a little girl either...Instead of always trying to make up what I say, why don't you actually address what I DO say?
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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    The homeless man took down Dunn's license plate number as Dunn escaped the murder scene and gave it to the store clerk.
    Good for him, people should always be aware.

    Had he not done so Dunn would likely still be on the run and we would never know who murdered Jordan Davis and who attempted to murder his three friends because their music was too loud..
    "Likely"??? and "we'd never know who murdered Jordan Davis"??? So, are you saying that forensics would have never identified who shot Davis? Do you think we live in the 30s or something? Also, it is important to note, that Dunn's story to police has always been that he thought he saw a weapon being produced in the Durango...

    Dunn was obviously on the run and showed no intention of ever reporting the murder to the police.
    Yep, he was absolutely wrong for not only leaving the scene of the gas station, but then wrong again for hearing it on the news, and leaving the hotel for home...That didn't look good for him, but could have been out of fear, instead of intent to flee...Only he knows for sure.

    The racist murderer Dunn would have gone free.
    I don't know if the man (Dunn) was racist or not, neither do you....
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    Re: Michael Dunn found guilty of 1st-degree murder in loud-music trial

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    I don't know if the man (Dunn) was racist or not, neither do you....
    His letters from jail were pretty telling.
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