Learn the damn evidence.
He didn't demand anything.
And in accordance with his request, it was uneventfully turned down.
It was only after it was turned down that Davis took exception to it being turned down and Davis started yelling at Dunn that the incident was then provoked.
Even Davis's friends testified that Dunn asked and was not the one irate or using foul language, but Davis was.
That is not Dunn provoking anything.
That is Davis provoking it.
He was responding specifically to the threats made by Davis, who was getting out of the vehicle to carry through with the the threat.
All you are doing is assuming.
Juries get things wrong all the time, and if the Juror from the first trial is any indication as to why anyone on this Jury found him guilty, it is a miscarriage of justice.
That is why this discussion is about the evidence, not their decision.
Her not remembering means exactly squat, especially as we saw she is an emotional disturbed person.
Davis had jumped back into the vehicle that had tinted windows and then left.
Dunn couldn't see inside, and surely didn't know anyone was hit.
He did not learn that he had hit him and that he died until the next day.
There is no evidence that counters that.
Which they apparently did not do.
No one acts the same. Everybody acts differently, especially after traumatic experiences.
The fact that he did act that ways says you are wrong.
Look, I do not care if you have a different opinion of the evidence than I do, we can debate that, but at least know what it is before attempting to discuss.