Teen Killed In Loud Music Dispute ‘Didn’t Stand A Chance’

Source: Alyssa Newcomb / ABC News

Jordan Davis, the unarmed teenager who was fatally shot over a dispute about loud music “didn’t stand a chance,” prosecutors said today during closing arguments in the Michael Dunn trial.

Dunn, 47, is charged with fatally shooting Davis, 17, in the parking lot of a Jacksonville convenience store on Nov. 23, 2012, after an argument over loud music.

Assistant State Attorney Erin Wolfson told jurors that Dunn “fired round after round after round” at Davis and his friends. She said Davis was inside the SUV when he was killed. Dunn claims the teen exited the vehicle.

“It was target practice for this defendant. They had nowhere to go, nowhere to hide,” Wolfson said.

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  • Nicole Nash

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