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

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

    Quote Originally Posted by What if...? View Post
    Far outside of the passenger seat, if you line the trajectories up.
    That's wrong. I have eyes you know. If you line the trajectories up with the other shots and it points straight at the passenger seat.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Muhammed View Post
    That's wrong. I have eyes you know. If you line the trajectories up with the other shots and it points straight at the passenger seat.
    Didnt the ME say he was shot laying across the driver side?
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by What if...? View Post
    Didnt the ME say he was shot laying across the driver side?
    No.

    The door was obviously open when Dunn shot. He was shooting back from the drivers seat, not the back seat.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Muhammed View Post
    That's ridiculous. Of course they could go in the car. Where the hell else would they have went?
    If the door was open, as you are claiming, then they would have went into the inner door jamb, or into the seat close to the door. They wouldn't have went into the right side of Davis' chest, through his diaphragm, liver, lungs then his aorta. That was the path of one bullet.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by What if...? View Post
    Didnt the ME say he was shot laying across the driver side?
    Yes she did.

    She said Davis was most likely sitting in the rear right passenger seat of the Durango, leaning towards the left side of the car when he was fatally shot.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?-car-bullets-jpg

    This is with the rear door closed. Which lines up with the M.E.s description of the path of the bullets in Davis' body.
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    Re: Michael Dunn Murder Trial of Jordan Davis guilty or not?

    I think Muhammed is deliberately trying to be argumentative. I'm watching closing arguments. There's plastic all in the backseat of the car, where the bullets were fired into the back door. If the door had been opened, the plastic from the door would have been on the ground outside the car, not on the inside of the car seat.

    Also, the trajectory is clear.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsgirl View Post
    If the door was open, as you are claiming, then they would have went into the inner door jamb, or into the seat close to the door. They wouldn't have went into the right side of Davis' chest, through his diaphragm, liver, lungs then his aorta. That was the path of one bullet.
    It's certainly possible for that to happen with the door open.

    What is impossible is for the bullets to go into the rear door at that angle if Dunn was shooting from the front seat as was reported by witnesses.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    .................
    I understand that many believe a person has to right to self defense until after they are shot or stabbed. In short, that there really isn't any right to self defense - the duty to die for the common good.
    I understand that it is easier for some people to make sweeping generalizations and assumptions about someone so they find it easier to dismiss them

    I wasn't there and don't know what happened. I'm not on the jury and won't spend my life watching it. IF what I read he claimed happened is what happened he has a defense. I don't know if what I read he claimed is true or not, therefore I don't know if he should be found guilty or not.
    Then I'm glad to hear you won't be on the jury

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

    Quote Originally Posted by opendebate View Post
    I understand that it is easier for some people to make sweeping generalizations and assumptions about someone so they find it easier to dismiss them


    Then I'm glad to hear you won't be on the jury


    Then I'm glad to hear you won't be on the jury
    I would likely always be struck from a criminal jury pool as a discretionary strike that both sides is allowed. One side or the other would not like my employment and one, the other or both would not like how I would answer some questions.

    Your message is extreme. You do not want juries to hear evidence - just read newspapers and blogs - to then make socially political left rulings. And you make it clear you would disavow law to make that ruling. You would make "social left platitude-goodness" decisions. I'm glad you're not on the jury too.

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