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Jury Finds Michael Dunn Guilty of Murder

Michael Dunn, the man who shot and killed 17-year-old Jordan Davis in 2012, has finally been found by guilty of murder by a Florida Jury — and it only took two attempts.

In November of 2012, Dunn shot Davis while in a convenience store parking lot. Dunn claimed that Davis and his friends were playing their music too loud, but felt threatened when he asked them to turn down the music (because, you know, Black teenagers). As a result, he retrieved his God-given, NRA-supported sidearm, and pumped 10 rounds into an SUV full of unarmed teens. Then, he ordered pizza and went to a motel with his girlfriend to eat it, because that’s what we all do when we’re terrified and we’ve just gunned down an unarmed teeanger.

The original jury couldn’t determine whether Dunn had actually murdered Davis. Dunn claimed “Stand Your Ground”, and since it’s Florida and we’re left to determined that it’s always open season on black teens with hoodies and/or loud music in Florida, the jury was hung.

However, the second time around, the jury was able to conclude that Dunn had murdered Davis, in addition to attempting to murder all of the teenagers in the SUV. This time around, the “stand your ground” defense didn’t fly.

The verdict means that Dunn is facing life in prison.