if mr. dunn had a noise complaint, he should have called the police.Cant believe there's zero discussion of this circus of a case in here, at all.
It's an important one, on many, many levels for those who carry- from the incident itself, to how the shooter handled (or didnt handle) the aftermath, to the level of sheer incompetence of the Sheriff's Office's "investigation" of the incident, and the handling/processing of the crime scene, to how well Corey can once again hinge almost an entire case on an over-charge, and the hopes that enough gullable sheep would buy into an emotional/racially-charged case-rather than providing facts, and plugging gaping holes in stories, to how a judge can throw out over a dozen potential verdicts/outcomes for the jury to choose from-nearly dead-locking a case in the process....
For those who somehow missed this one-IN a nutshell:
Altercation begins in a gas station parking lot over how loud some black gangsta-wannabes (4 of them) in an SUV are playing their music, by a white guy. Word are exchanged, and at some point (claims the white guy/defendant) a gun is seen, or -a gesture by one of the wannabes to indicate they are reaching for one- and the white guy draws and opens fire.
The suv pulls out, he fires some more shots, and the suv leaves the immediate area, going -not to a hospital 3 miles down the road, or to notify police, but to a parking lot next-door. There, it stops, the occupants get out for a moment, then back in, then return to the scene of the shooting. (leaving open the possibility that the gun Dunn says he saw may have been ditched, at this time)
In the meantime, Dunn-the shooter- waits for his girl to come out of the station, get in the car, and they basically drive on home, without calling 911 or the police.
Of the SUV, 1 person is dead, 1 or 2 others wounded. Police arrive ask what happened, and they give the story that the white guy-Dunn- complained about their music being loud, and started shooting them.... Cops take that story at face-value. They at least search the car the kids are in, finding no gun-(imagine that...) and the investigation-for lack of a better term- ends.
The police are told the kids left, went around the corner, and came back, but the police decline to ask why, what did they do over there, or to process the area they went to as part of the crime scene.
4 days later, after hearing Dunn's claim of a gun being seen, THEN they go back and look at a contaminated/cold crime scene area, and big surprise-=find no gun.
The trial itself becomes a big joke. With Corey putting a case before a judge without ever having filled in that gap as to what took place when the kids left, and came back.. But, being sheep, the jury comes back -after 4 days of deliberations with 2nd degree attempted murder x 3 counts, plus 1 count of firing into an occupied vehicle. Not satisfied with that sentence, the usual suspects in the usual communities hit the streets, throw a tantrum, and march on Corey's office, demanding her resignation....
after being involved in a shooting, he should have called police.
just because someone carries doesn't mean they are in the right when a shooting occurs.
are you trolling?