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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    I love watching liars get tangled up in their own lies. I can't believe he was dumb enough to take the stand.
    Some people claim he had no choice. Unfortunately by doing so it allowed the racist at worst letters he wrote to be brought up because those letter contradicted a lot of what he told the police. It also allowed his first police interview to be brought up: where he never mentioned a gun or weapon of any sort.

    Furthermore he contradicted his own previous testimony a lot. I've been looking online and I can't find the entire cross examination on video.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by reinoe View Post
    Some people claim he had no choice. Unfortunately by doing so it allowed the racist at worst letters he wrote to be brought up because those letter contradicted a lot of what he told the police. It also allowed his first police interview to be brought up: where he never mentioned a gun or weapon of any sort.

    Furthermore he contradicted his own previous testimony a lot. I've been looking online and I can't find the entire cross examination on video.

    Yes he did mention the gun in the first interview.

    Nor are his letters racist.
    Prejudicial towards the black thug idiots he is surrounded by, yes, which anybody, except those like minded, would be.
    But not racist.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    ^ A racist message. Racists look at everyone thru racial eyes - as your message does.
    My post is about ONE white man not white men in general, one man who openly displayed his racism in writing through the letters he penned in jail as well as his actions when he killed Jordan Davis. Try to stay focused please.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by opendebate View Post
    My post is about ONE white man not white men in general, one man who openly displayed his racism in writing through the letters he penned in jail as well as his actions when he killed Jordan Davis. Try to stay focused please.
    I will use your logic. Obviously the African Americans were racist intent to murder him because one of them called him a "cracker." Therefore, in YOUR reasoning the incident was entirely racial and started by aggressive black racists.

    The case is a simple one. It concerns him believing he saw a shotgun or gun being aimed at him. If so, he has a defense. If not, I doubt it, though I am not micro watching any of this and only read the article. Why would I watch or read the trial?

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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    I will use your logic. Obviously the African Americans were racist intent to murder him because one of them called him a "cracker." Therefore, in YOUR reasoning the incident was entirely racial and started by aggressive black racists.

    The case is a simple one. It concerns him believing he saw a shotgun or gun being aimed at him. If so, he has a defense. If not, I doubt it, though I am not micro watching any of this and only read the article. Why would I watch or read the trial?
    Here's the difference. I am not speculating about intent. I am referencing actions. Big difference.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post

    Yes he did mention the gun in the first interview.

    Nor are his letters racist.
    Prejudicial towards the black thug idiots he is surrounded by, yes, which anybody, except those like minded, would be.
    But not racist.
    How do you know they were "black thug idiots?"...
    You may feign being neutral, but you're biased too.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by opendebate View Post
    Here's the difference. I am not speculating about intent. I am referencing actions. Big difference.

    No, you are speculating on what you think his actions meant.
    You speculate racism when none is present.
    Being prejudicial towards the idiots he is surrounded by is not racist even if he were speaking of only blacks, as anybody of sound mind would be, and should be, prejudiced against such idiot thugs.
    Now had he said all blacks were idiot thugs, then, and only then would you have a valid claim. But as that is not what he said, you have none.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fruityfact View Post
    How do you know they were "black thug idiots?"...
    You may feign being neutral, but you're biased too.
    iLOL

    Supposedly that is what he called them.
    He said nothing about the non idiot, non thug, black folks did he?


    And my bias is to factual information.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post
    iLOL

    Supposedly that is what he called them.
    He said nothing about the non idiot, non thug, black folks did he?


    And my bias is to factual information.
    You stated those words as your own. Obviously you must have forgotten your quotation ("")
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fruityfact View Post
    You stated those words as your own. Obviously you must have forgotten your quotation ("")

    I am speaking about his letter and you think I am speaking about myself. Strange.

    So you do not know how to interpret what you read either. Good to know.
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