In 2012, 45 year old Michael Dunn opened fire on a vehicle filled with 17 year old Jordan Davis and three of his friends just after 7:30pm in Jacksonville, Florida. Michael Dunn, who was not later convicted for the first degree murder of Jordan Davis, got into an argument with the teens over their “rap crap” music. He fired 10 shots at the SUV, three of them while the car was fleeing. Three shots struck Davis, one of them cutting through his liver, his lung and his aorta. After killing Davis, Dunn left the scene of the shooting, went back to a hotel where he was staying with his fiance, and walked his dog. He returned the next day to his house – more than two hours away – without calling 911. Dunn claims that he felt threatened, and thus immune under Stand Your Ground legislation. The jury deciding the fate of Michael David Dunn deliberated for more than 30 hours on whether or not he murdered Davis, longer than the jury that acquitted George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin or the jury that convicted Marissa Alexander in 12 minutes.