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"Michael Dunn's Guilty Verdict: Justice Or A Token Florida Breadcrumb?"

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Michael Dunn...Guilty of everything but Jordan Davis' murder. The African-American community has watched as yet another young black male had his life cut short by the bullet of a Caucasian Floridian's gun, and again we glued ourselves to every available channel offering live stream access to the killer's trial awaiting a verdict for justice in honor of the fallen victim. While outright injustice was handed over in the Trayvon Martin case, the killer in Jordan Davis' case was found guilty...only he wasn't convicted of the actual crime he committed...MURDER! Controversy and tensions are thicker than ever between the African-American and White communities over the verdict and the African-Americans' reaction to it. Is Michael Dunn's conviction a sign of change for the better from the state of Florida, or was it a gesture of appeasement in the form of a legal breadcrumb to keep us quiet? Join us tonight with special guests former Florida prosecutor Kennth L. Foote and Professor Carl Tone Jones of Harcum College in Pennsylvania.

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