Saturday night, accused killer Michael Dunn was found guilty on four of the five charges that he was facing. Dunn was found guilty on three attempted second-degree murder charges and for shooting into the victim’s vehicle. Yet the 12 person jury was hung on the first-degree murder charge tied to the death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, the unarmed teen who would have been 19-years-old today.
Dunn, who claims he saw a gun after initiating an argument with the teens over loud music, went back to his vehicle to retrieve his gun and fired into the car carrying 4 teenagers 10 times. He claims that he shot into the car because he feared for his life. Dunn faces up to 20 years imprisonment on each attempted murder conviction and 15 years for “firing a missile” into the vehicle. Dunn is expected to be sentenced next month. Prosecutor Angela Corey says that she will re-try Dunn on the first-degree murder charge.
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