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The Jordan Davis Murder: Business As Usual In Florida?

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17 year old Jordan Davis, a Wolfson High School Student,  was shot and killed by Melbourne, Florida resident Michael David Dunn during an altercation at a Jacksonville gas station over loud music.

The two came face to face Friday night at the Gas Station on Southside Boulevard and Baymeadows Road in Jacksonville Florida.

Police say the argument over loud music ended with Dunn firing several shots into an SUV carrying Davis and three of his friends. Dunn told police he felt threatened, and claimed the teens flashed a shotgun.

Is this business as usual in Florida as another unarmed Black Teenager is killed?

Was this a fluke happening?

Was this racially driven?

Is this the result of Post Election Stress Disorder?

And how does the "Stand Your Ground" law play into this after Mr. Dunn claimed to see a shotgun when in fact there was no weapon whatsoever? Word on the street is that he was well versed in his gun hobby so was this an attempt to find a loophole to get out of the inevitable?

And as citizens of this country, what are we going to do to change the perception that all Black males are threats and some kind of evil predator when in fact the majority of Black kids as well as ALL kids would never even think of harming another to the point they would have to get shot and killed even if an argument transpired.

Tune in and let's get to the bottom of what we need to do to stop this from happening again!