The Sundance Film That Explores The Tragic Killing Of A Black Florida Teenager
3 1/2 Minutes is the story of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, who was killed at a Florida gas station for not turning his music down. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house during this screening. UPDATE: On Jan. 31, HBO announced that it had purchased the documentary. On Oct. 5, HBO announced it will debut Monday, Nov. 23 at 9 p.m. ET — the three-year anniversary of Jordan Davis' murder.
The Life And Last Days Of Jordan Davis
When Michael Dunn was on trial for killing a 17-year-old in Jacksonville, most didn’t know much more about the victim other than that he was shot over a dispute over “loud music.” But before Jordan Davis became another symbol of Florida's deeply divisive "stand your ground" policy, he was just a kid. This is his story, told by the friends and family who knew him best.
Twitter Responds To Michael Dunn Verdict With #DangerousBlackKids
On Saturday, a Florida jury declared a mistrial in the murder case against Dunn, a 47-year-old white man accused of killing black teenager Jordan Davis in 2012 because Davis' music was too loud. Sunday would have been Davis' 19th birthday.
Defense Attorney Uses "N-Word," "F-Word" In Murder Trial Of Young Black Man Who Was Killed In Florida
Attorney Cory Strolla, lawyer for Michael Dunn, the man charged with the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, quoted Davis using the "n-word" and "f-word" toward Dunn the night he was killed in his opening statement.