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There's been good deal of discussion the past several days about the jury's verdict in the Michael Dunn trial. He's the white Florida man who shot and killed Jordan Davis, an unarmed black teenager. The jury deadlocked on the charge of first-degree murder, eventually convicting Dunn on lesser charges including attempted murder.
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