Creepy azz cr-…STFU and prepare your cakes for a prison invasion!
Prosecutors released audio Monday of several jailhouse calls placed by Michael Dunn — the man at the center of another controversial Florida trial — shedding new light on his mindset in the initial days after he fatally shot 17-year-old Jordan Davis over a confrontation over loud music.
“I’m the [expletive deleted] victim here. I was the one who was victimized,” says Dunn, 47, in one of the calls in which he appeared to chuckle while speaking about his predicament. “I’m the victor but I was the victim too.”
In a separate call with his fiancé Rhonda Rouer, Dunn makes the connection between his situation and scenarios where police officers doubt rape victims.
“I was the one that was being preyed upon and I fought back. It’s not quite the same but it made me think of like the old TV shows and movies where like how the police used to think when a chick got raped going, ‘Oh, it’s her fault because of the way she dressed.’ I’m like, ‘So it’s my fault (laughing) because I asked them to turn their music down. I got attacked and I fought back because I didn’t want to be a victim and now I’m in trouble. I refused to be a victim and now I’m incarcerated.”
If that doesn’t piss you off then maybe this will…
In the conversation with his fiancee, Rhonda Rouer, he also complained about being in a room by himself, but added: “But I guess it would be better than being in a room with them animals.”
A short while later, he said, “I was in a room with three black guys.”
“Two were kids and one was an old man,” he continued. “And they asked what I was in for and I told them. And I gave them some of the details and they were like ‘Straight up, that’s what they get.'”
Really? So 3 black men vouched for you and said Jordan Davis deserved to die?? GTFOHWTBS!
Although there were 2 black women on the jury, the absence of black men in a case of this magnitude is glaring if not egregious.
It’s difficult to understand how a jury failed to convict Dunn of murder until you consider that there were no black men in the jury room.
In fact, for the media to call the Dunn jury diverse is a bit of a stretch.
Do black men no longer figure in this equation?
Whether Dunn’s defense attorney intentionally excluded black men from the jury or the jury pool lacked them, the result was the same.
The Davis family was cheated.
Frankly, who could have better explained how the “fear of young black males” might have played into this tragedy than a black man?
This disappointing verdict suggests that the jury, which deliberated 30 hours over four days, was extremely conflicted.
We highly doubt that there were ZERO eligible black men in the jury pool, but we can DEFINITELY see the defense doing any and everything to keep them off the case.