| DISPUTE OVER LOUD MUSIC TURNS DEADLY|
On the evening of Nov. 23, 2012, Davis and three friends were hanging out at the mall before stopping at a gas station for refreshments. Rap music was blaring from the teens' Dodge Durango's stereo system when Dunn, 46, pulled into the adjacent parking spot. His girlfriend went into the store and Dunn rolled down his window to ask the teens to lower the music.
"The front seat passenger turned it down a little bit," Phillips said, going on to explain that Davis then either told his friend to raise the volume or leaned forward from his right rear passenger seat to do so himself.
The teens and Dunn began yelling at one another, and Dunn — who had a legal carry-conceal permit — claims the boys were speaking to him in a threatening manner and says he saw what he believed to be a shotgun inside their vehicle, apparently pointed in his direction. He said he feared for his life.
"Michael Dunn goes to his glove compartment, pulls out his 9 millimeter — 'You're not going to talk to me like that!' — fires three shots right into Jordan's door, killing Jordan," Phillips alleges.
Of the 10 shots that Dunn fired, three struck Davis and nine tore through the vehicle. His friends were unharmed and initially began to drive away before realizing their friend was dead. Dozens of witnesses gave accounts to police, including an officer already nearby at the time performing a DUI arrest. Dunn fled the scene, but witnesses took down his license plate number and he was arrested the next day.
I don't exactly know what the deal is with Florida lately, but its really turning out to be a sh*t hole. Let's see if the Florida, "Stand Your Ground" law will stand its ground in this case.
Here's the link to the article via MSN