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Florida / Dunn Murder Trial / Juror and Davis Family Interviews (Part I) #1060471

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 20, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Another interview held with a Juror from the trial in Florida of Michael Dunn for the murder of teen Jordan Davis after an argument over loud music at a gas station in Jacksonville. [To CNN Alina Machado's questions, Juror No. 8 Creshuna MILES†- gives her take on Dunn; says he is guilty of second degree murder; states Dunn fiance Rhonda Rouer was the key witness; describes what happened in the jury room with the initial split at 10-2; reiterates we could not agree and the case was not about race, but justice.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Davis's parents Lucia McBath and Ron Davis about the trial, the verdict and the jurors; Dunn's claim {in jail} he was a victim and these guys were gangster rappers played. [DAVIS, McBATH - say it was about race; criticize Juror 8; comment on Dunn's statement he was a victim--that he was the aggressor.]

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