Fox News’ Gregg Jarrett: Don Lemon ‘Lacks Maturity’ & is ‘Al Sharpton of CNN’

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Fox News Anchor Gregg Jarrett Calls Don Lemon ‘Al Sharpton of CNN’ Over Dunn Verdict

Is anyone surprised that Fox News seems to be taking the side of Michael Dunn in the shooting of unarmed black teen Jordan Davis? How else would you explain Gregg Jarrett’s Twitter spat with CNN’s Don Lemon for being angry that the jury was deadlocked on the murder charge? Jarrett is now calling Lemon the “Al Sharpton of CNN.” Um, who is he?

Jarrett, seeking some relevance, continued his criticism on Monday, both on Fox News and Fox News Radio. Um, he couldn’t go anywhere else? Breitbart maybe?

You will recall Gregg Jarrett, who hadn’t tweeted since September 2013, attacked Don Lemon as a “pompous, pretentious jerk” for having an opinion on the verdict — as a black man who had been racially profiled in the past. Lemon tweeted back, “Mind your business, old man.”

Of course, Gregg Jarrett took offense to being called an old man. Never mind the fact that it’s an expression used by many, Jarrett is claiming age discrimination. Lemon explained Monday night that his reference to ‘old man’ wasn’t about age, but about “old white guys in the media” as “people who have an old mentality.” Jarrett told Fox News Radio’s John Gibson that he may be an old man and “I bring to the table a lot of experience that he utterly lacks.” He suggested Don Lemon could “use a measure of maturity.” Nothing like painting the black man as immature, right? He ended his rant by saying, “I think he’s the Al Sharpton on CNN.”

Gregg Jarrett’s baby-wailing continued. During an appearance with Megyn Kelly (the one who said Santa Claus and Jesus are white), Jarrett said Don Lemon “set aside all measure of objectivity and he acted on-air as judge, jury, and executioner.” He said it “incensed” him, that Lemon “had the audacity to claim, on-air, that he knows better than these jurors.” He suggested if Don Lemon should “have a talk show” if he wants a forum to share his opinion on legal matters. So, it’s okay for the white guy to say whatever he wants, but when the black guy expresses some emotion, then all hell breaks loose.

Hey, Gregg Jarrett, crawl back under that rock you slide out from under.

Michael Dunn’s Daughter Breaks Silence: “It Should Have Never Happened”

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Michael Dunn’s Daughter Rebecca Dun: “It Should Have Never Happened”

DUNN VERDICT:  Michael Dunn’s daughter, Rebecca Dunn, is the first family member to speak out after the verdict was handed down in the murder of unarmed black teen Jordan Davis. She said “it should have never happened.”

Rebecca Dunn said it has been hard on both families and that she believes what her father said about what transpired.

Here’s an excerpt of Rebecca Dunn’s interview with First Coast News:

 Michael Dunns Daughter Breaks Silence: It Should Have Never Happened

CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield Gets Death Threats Over Michael Dunn Trial Coverage

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CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield Gets Death Threats Over Michael Dunn Trial Coverage

I figured that CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield would come under serious criticism for her comments after the jury reached a verdict in the Michael Dunn trial for the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis after an altercation over “thug music” turned deadly. Banfield was not pleased with how she was dissed on Twitter. She complained about the death threats she and her family received in response to her coverage of the murder trial.

I was personally turned off by her comments when she called in while Don Lemon was on the air. She made the argument that she would get nervous walking down the street at night and had to go pass a few teenagers. Um, Michael Dunn didn’t kill Jordan Davis at night. The shooting happened in broad daylight. She also claimed (not verbatim) that a black defendant would have been treated differently. Um, not in the way you and I would think, but he would get due process. I tweeted that she seems to have forgotten what happened to John White, the black New York homeowner, who killed a white teen trying to get into his home to attack his son. He was standing his ground and protecting his family, but the jury didn’t buy that. They held him to a higher standard, even questioning why he hadn’t called the police instead of using deadly fire. Needless to say, Mr. White was pardoned by then-Gov. David Paterson.

Ashleigh Banfield literally begged Twitter users to back off, saying “Stop threatening to kill people on Twitter because you don’t like what they are saying. That’s the problem. If we can’t communicate, we are never going to know what the problem is. And this is a case that outlines it.”

She added,  “I have had it with people who are threatening me, and my kids, and my family over simply commenting on the law and criminal procedure and respecting juries. Because they do work hard. They work way harder than I do; and they work way harder than the rest of those people making those peanut gallery comments.” Um, Ashleigh Banfield needs to think before she speaks and use facts, not hypotheticals.

Mistrial on Murder Charge in Michael Dunn Trial Sad Reminder of Stand Your Ground

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Jury Deadlock on Murder Charge in Michael Dunn Trial Sad Reminder of Stand Your Ground

#StandYourGround:  Happy birthday Jordan Russell Davis…only the jury seemed to believe a liar and coward for your murder. I guess the fact that Jordan Davis COULD have had a gun is the same as Jordan Davis HAVING a gun, right? Michael Dunn hid behind the racially biased Stand Your Ground law to justify his actions, despite fleeing the scene, ordering pizza, consuming more alcohol, walking the dog, not telling his girlfriend he saw a gun, using the term “thug music,” not calling police to report incident, etc. I guess with all those inconsistencies, his word carried weight because he is WHITE. Ta-Nehisi Coates said it best: “I insist that the irrelevance of black life has been drilled into this country since its infancy, and shall not be extricated through the latest innovations in Negro Finishing School.”

The shock of the jury being deadlocked on the murder charge in the Michael Dunn murder trial for the shooting death of unarmed black teen Jordan Davis has reopened the old wounds in the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the murder of another unarmed black teen, Trayvon Martin. The fact is that it is too easy for a ‘shooter’ to ‘defend’ himself from a perceived threat with deadly force. The fact is more blacks have died at the hands of whites using Stand Your Ground as a defense than black-on-black and black-on-white cases.  This is truly a sad way to celebrate the memory of Jordan Davis on his birthday — essentially saying Michael Dunn was justified in killing an unarmed black teen during altercation over “thug music.”

We can’t ignore the fact that “Stand Your Ground,” which is the law in 20 states, is problematic, at best, for blacks and Hispanics, more than it is for whites. This is a throwback to the Jim Crow era when Emmett Till was beaten and thrown in a pond for looking at a white woman, and no-one was found guilty on the charges. It is part of the collective consciousness in these states with Stand Your Ground laws empowers some people to take out their gun and shoot when they ‘perceive’ a threat. It’s not right. It’s frightening and could have created a reasonable doubt in the minds of some jurors. Some people have said Stand Your Ground wasn’t introduced in the case. On the contrary. Defense attorney Cory Strolla made it clear that Michael Dunn had a right to stand his ground. The SYG principles were included in the jury instructions.

John Roman, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute’s Justice Policy Center, recently conducted a study examining racial disparity using FBI data on 43,500 homicides from 2005 to 2009, the most recent years for which data was available. He sifted out only the killings in which there was a single shooter and a single victim, both of whom were strangers to each other — narrowing the pool to about 5,000 homicides.


Roman also found that Stand Your Ground laws tend to track the existing racial disparities in homicide convictions across the U.S. — with one significant exception: Whites who kill blacks in Stand Your Ground states are far more likely to be found justified in their killings. In non-Stand Your Ground states, whites are 250 percent more likely to be found justified in killing a black person than a white person who kills another white person; in Stand Your Ground states, that number jumps to 354 percent. Source: PBS Frontline

Below is a chart with figures representing the percentage likelihood that “deaths will be found justifiable compared to white-on-white killings.”

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Stand Your Ground: Likelihood White-On-Black Killings Found Justifiable

The reality of the deadlocked jury is giving people an open season on killing young black men. Kids should not be afraid to walk down the street and play loud music. Michael Dunn left the scene after shooting into a SUV multiple times. Michael Dunn got away with murder while hiding behind the “Stand Your Ground” law. Something must be done. This is a disgrace.  Race played a big role in this case and it was simply unconscionable that Angela Corey and her team, John Guy and Erin Wolfson, didn’t bring up the racist jailhouse letters Michael Dunn wrote, saying the more he got to know blacks, the more he hated them.

The prosecution could have used those letters to counter Cory Strolla’s steady parade of character witnesses who claimed Michael Dunn was ‘gentle’ and a peaceful man. It seems that the prosecution didn’t learn anything from their stinging defeat in the George Zimmerman murder case. They didn’t win the case for connecting the dots and presenting a compelling case to the jury on the hard charge, they won on the easy ones, despite Michael Dunn giving them a gift on a silver platter. Michael Dunn, who had seen his own son only three times in 15 years, expected submission from Jordan Davis, whose father was in his life. When he didn’t get that submission, he pulled out a gun and killed the teen. Race was used in the most insidious way in this case.

Happy birthday Jordan Russell Davis…your killer wasn’t charged with your murder after all despite his claims that you had an imaginary gun.

Michael Dunn Trial: Jury Deliberations in Murder of Jordan Dunn Enters 4th Day

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Michael Dunn Trial: Jury Deliberations in Murder of Jordan Dunn Enters 4th Day

#DunnTrial:  Jury deliberations in the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis by Michael Dunn after an argument about loud “thug music” in the parking lot of the Gate gas station that turned deadly, enters the fourth day. The deliberations in this case were longer than deliberations in the Casey Anthony, George Zimmerman and O.J. Simpson cases. Yesterday the jury asked the judge if they were able to return a partial verdict on four charges and not on one. My guess is that the jury may be hung on the murder charge, possibly because they don’t believe his self-defense argument. We’ll see.

It’s worth stating that even if a mistrial is declared on the murder charge, Michael Dunn is looking at a long prison sentence on the other charges. That’s assuming he is found guilty of attempted murder of Jordan Davis’ three friends and firing a gun into a vehicle. Michael Dunn admitted to firing at the vehicle as it left the gas station. Surveillance tapes captured the delay before the second volley of gunshots were fired. If they believe Michael Dunn didn’t fire in self-defense, he could be convicted of attempted murder and that carries a minimum sentence of 20 years. The word is that Judge Russell Healy most likely won’t allow him to serve those three 20-year prison terms concurrently. Michael Dunn would be facing 60 years in prison. That would make him 100 by the time the terms expires.

A hung jury could also come as the jurors are unable to reach a verdict. If that were to occur, the case would be retried in weeks or months, depending on Judge Healy’s calendar. Jordan Davis’ parents and Michael Dunn’s attorney Cory Strolla, said they believe the jury is taking its time in discussing the evidence. Yeah, they are having a discussion for sure, but they are deadlocked. That’s evident from the questions they have asked the judge.

Well, we’ll see how Day 4 goes. Sadly, we’re still on a #VerdictWatch., one day before Jordan Davis would have turned 19.

Jordan Davis Family Attorney Releases Tape of Michael Dunn’s Ex-Neighbor Charles Hendrix

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Jordan Davis Family Attorney Releases Tape of Michael Dunn’s Ex-Neighbor Charles Hendrix

Jordan Davis’  family attorney, John M. Phillips, released a tape to counter defense attorney Cory Strolla’s claims that Michael Dunn has never been enraged or accused of being a racist. In other words, Jordan Davis’ murderer had a “calm demeanor” and he was really in fear of his life after an argument about “thug music” led to him shooting inside an occupied SUV.

In a statement, John Phillips reveals his reason for releasing the video now:

In response to Mr. Strolla’s recent comments, I have been authorized to release this videotaped statement I took of Mr. Dunn’s former neighbor in the defamation/death lawsuit. Charles Hendrix lived next to Michael Dunn for 8 years.

What Charles Hendrix has to say about Michael Dunn won’t surprise you:

“He was light and friendly and he laughed, but if you disagreed with him he would get boisterous and try to be overbearing and try to intimidate people with his size and voice.”

He appeared to me to be very selfish and there wasn’t much he wouldn’t do to get what he wanted and to get his way. Very arrogant.”

The fact is Cory Strolla’s press conference was unprofessional and ill-timed. He attacked Ron Davis, the father of the victim, as well as asserted that Angela Corey was politically motivated for bringing the case to trial. He claims also claims if there had been no George Zimmerman case, this wouldn’t have been tried in the first place. Um, I beg to differ. This case is very different from the Zimmerman trial. There was a struggle that led to Trayvon Martin being shot. Michael Dunn shot Jordan Davis after he was trash-talked by a teen over ‘thug music.’ Big difference. No way he will walk free.

Here’s the video of Charles Hendrix talking about Michael Dunn:

Cory Strolla: Animosity Between Jordan Davis’ Family and Michael Dunn

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Cory Strolla: Animosity Between Jordan Davis’ Family and Michael Dunn

#DunnTrial:  Michael Dunn’s lawyer sunk to a new low by holding a press conference while the jury is deliberating. He also said there’s animosity between the family of Jordan Davis and his client’s.  He said the teen’s dad, Ron Davis, had ”anger and animosity. Um, you think?

Strolla told reporters that the Dunn family wanted to reach out to Davis family but is somewhat afraid of backlash. Really? If they wanted to, they could have found a way to do so.

Cory Strolla, who is seeking his 15 minutes of fame, said Michael Dunn has “become quite friendly” with some of the young men he has come to know in jail. Purely for safety. He also said his client threatened with rape by one of his jail mates. Um, that’s the tip of the iceberg. I can guarantee that this won’t be the last time.

He also said that race wasn’t a factor in the case and neither he nor his client made it such. Um, Michael Dunn made it about race when he used the word “thug music” to describe the loud music coming from Tommie Stornes’ SUV at the Gates gas station.

Cory Strolla told reporters that Michael Dunn went through through a “culture shock” in jail because he had a prejudice (pre-judging) of those in jail. Didn’t realize anyone could ever thing they were going to Club Med when they are incarcerated.

The bigger question for me is why there are no black males on the jury.

Michael Dunn Caught in Several Inconsistencies During ‘Thug Music’ Murder Trial

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Michael Dunn Caught in Several Inconsistencies During ‘Thug Music’ Murder Trial

#DunnTrial:  Michael Dunn took the witness stand in his ‘thug music’ murder case and he didn’t bat an eye, even after he was caught in several inconsistencies. Dunn claimed he riddled Tommie Stornes’ SUV with bullets because he feared for his lift. He said, “I thought I was going to be killed.” Um, that’s after he suddenly grew bionic ears and heard Jordan Davis’ profanity-laced death threats even though his window was turned up and the music blaring from the SUV. He claimed during his testimony that he had little hearing in his right ear due to a scuba diving accident as a child.

Dunn, who was dressed in a white shirt, green sweater and tie, choked up when he talked about his girlfriend and their dog Charlie. Er, no remorse for the 17-year-old trash-talking kid he gunned down. The shooting occurred at a Gate Gas Station where Dunn and his fiancée, Rhonda Rouer, stopped to buy white wine and chips on their way back from his son’s wedding. Um, this is the son who had only seen him three times in 15 years. Some close relationship, right?

Dunn said that the music wasn’t playing when they parked next to the SUV, though his girlfriend was pretty clear on what he said about the music — “I hate that thug music.” He got on the witness stand and denied saying that. He claimed he said, “that rap crap.”

He said, “My rear view mirror was shaking, my eardrums were vibrating. It was ridiculously loud.” Most people, would simply find another parking space or leave quickly after purchasing whatever they came to buy. I certainly would not start an argument with anyone over loud music, much less pull out a gun and shoot when they got the better of me. The fact remains, Michael Dunn could have just driven off and all this would have been avoided.

Instead of taking the high road, Dunn said the young men in the Dodge Durango started using expletives after he asked them to turn the music down. They complied but turned it back up with Jordan Davis instructed them to. He said, “I start hearing things like F-him and F-that.  It was mean-spirited.” #YouThink?

Michael Dunn and Rhonda Rouer fled the scene and later ordered pizza and walked the dog. At no time did either of them bother to call the police. They both had cellphones and had a phone in their hotel room. If Michael Dunn truly acted in self-defense, he could have left the gas station, pulled into a safe location and called the cops to report the shooting. Instead, he chose to lay low for a few days. He has such a sense of white entitlement that he felt he could chose which officer he wanted to tell his version of the shooting. He called a neighborhood cop to divulge the series of events that led up to Jordan Davis’ murder. He claims the officer called him at the request of a mutual friend, but prosecutor John Guy got him to admit, after producing phone records, that he was the one who called that officer. Boom. Another inconsistency.

Cory Strolla, Dunn’s attorney, told the jury in his opening statement that his client only started shooting after seeing what looked like the barrel of a gun or a lead pipe through the Durango’s back passenger window and that he acted in self-defense because he was in imminent danger. Um, the last time I checked, you can’t just shoot someone because you thought they had a gun. Yeah, Cory Strolla spun a lot of fairy tales during the course of the trial and it will only backfire for his client. Dunn also claims that Jordan Davis attempted to get out of the SUV, even opening the door. The fact is, his car and the Dodge was parked a little too close for comfort and there was no way Jordan Davis could have alighted from that vehicle without hitting Dunn’s car. There was no-0ne to corroborate Dunn’s assertion. The fact is, police found no weapon in the Durango after the shooting. The fact is, Jordan Davis was leaning to the left, away from Michael Dunn when he was shot three times.

The prosecutor hit a home run when they asked Michael Dunn if he had told Rhonda Rouer that he saw a gun in the teens’ SUV after the shooting. He said he told her multiple times. Um, one problem….Rhonda Rouer said he had not. Boom. The fact is, she showed that Michael Dunn is a LIAR. So much for that wedding….I found her to be a credible witness, though I believe there were grounds for her arrest, but the cops were really after Michael Dunn.

The prosecution also introduced his racist jailhouse letters. Boom. The prosecution also played parts of the interrogation tape conducted by Dets. Marc Musser and Travis Oliver. It clearly showed the cops did not believe what Dunn was saying and they challenged him on his inconsistencies.  The police told Michael Dunn, ”law doesn’t allow me to shoot them because I think they have a weapon.”

Stay tuned for closing arguments, which are expected to start at 10 a.m. Wednesday, followed by jury instructions and then the fate of Michael Dunn will be in the hands of the jury.  Dunn is being tried on one count of first-degree murder, three counts of attempted first-degree murder and one count of firing a deadly missile into an occupied vehicle on November 23, 2012, that led to the murder of Jordan Davis. This latest shooting thrusts Florida, dubbed the #GunshineState, in the national spotlight for the “Stand Your Ground” law that must be repealed.

By the way…..Michael Skolnik, editor of Russell Simmons’ Global Grind, issued a public apology to Jordan Davis’ parents. Um, really? The one who should be apologizing for this crime are Michael Dunn and Rhonda Rouer and people who take the law into their own hands. Skolnik wrote:

On behalf of the people of the United States of America, I would like to publicly apologize to the parents of Jordan Davis, Ron Davis and Lucia McBath.  Mr. Davis and Ms. McBath, we owe you our deepest regrets for the loss of your son.  We beg for your forgiveness for not protecting one of our own. We are embarrassed by the consequences of our lack of participation in the political process that has allowed laws to be passed that encourage the citizens of this nation to shoot first and get asked no questions later.  This land is your land, yet with no explanation, your son was killed on his own soil.  It is our greatest hope and prayer that this nation, our nation, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all, delivers justice for the death of your child.  A child who has been defined by “loud music,” yet it is the melody of your grace and compassion that deserves a harmonic apology.  And it will be you who defines the legacy of your son, not any media outlet and certainly not the outcome of a murder trial.

Watch Michael Dunn’s Police Interrogation:

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Michael Dunn Trial: ME Says Jordan Davis Was Leaning to Left When Shot 3 Times

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Michael Dunn Trial: ME Says Jordan Davis Had Gunshot Wound to Groin Area

SHOCK #DunnTrial #MichaelDunn #JordanDavis:  The Duval County Medical Examiner Stacey Simons says Jordan Davis also had a gunshot wound to the groin area. His black Fruit-of-the-Loom boxers was on display. He was also shot through his black tank top. He had three gunshot wounds to the body. The description of the body and the gunshot wounds are really upsetting to me. Sad to know that Jordan Davis is known to the Medical Examiner as Case Number 12-1982.

Bullet Wounds:  One of the three bullets was penetrating — the bullet entered the body and didn’t not leave. It had an oval affect, meaning the teen was hit at an angle. The wound is consistent with a large caliber bullet being fired into Jordan Davis. It entered and perforated the 10th rib. It perforated the diaphragm, perforated the liver and perforated the right lung and went behind the heart, perforated the aorta. Rested below the ribs and the skin after fracturing two ribs. It was recovered from the left chest area of Jordan Davis. The second bullet penetrated the left leg and the third perforated the right leg. Path of the bullets indicate Jordan Davis may have been leaning over and to the left.

Dr. Simons says Michael Dunn was close to ground when he fired shots. That backs up Shawn Atkins’ claim Michael Dunn was in “police pose” when shooting the teen. 

Jordan Davis Bullet #1:

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Penetrating Bullet Recovered from Jordan Davis’ Body

Jordan Davis Bullet #1 recovered from body:

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Bullet Recovered from Jordan Davis’ Body

Jordan Davis Bullet #2: Entered Jordan Davis’ bullet from his thigh. It traveled from right to left of the left leg. It also didn’t exit Jordan Davis’ body. X-ray was used to locate the bullet. It was also a penetrating wound.

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Jordan Davis Bullet No. 2, Went Through Left Leg, Scrotum Area

Jordan Davis bullet No. 3: The third bullet was to the right thigh. It would not have been fatal. It was perforating — left the body.

Jordan Davis’ Pants:

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Jordan Davis’ pants on display during Michael Dunn trial

Rhonda Rouer Testifies Michael Dunn Said “I Hate That Thug Music” Before Altercation with Jordan Davis

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Rhonda Rouer Testifies Michael Dunn Said “I Hate That Thug Music” Before Jordan Davis Killed

#DunnTrial:  Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn’s fiancée , gave a very emotional testimony in the murder of unarmed black teen Jordan Davis, as he sat in his friend’s SUV. Rouer said when they arrived at the Gate gas station Michael Dunn said “I hate that thug music,” (#Thugmusic) in reference to the loud music emanating from the teens’ SUV. That was a very powerful statement because it shows that Michael Dunn had already made up his mind that Jordan Davis and his friends were thugs.

It’s also very damning that after the shooting, Dunn ordered her to get in the car and they left the scene. Even passing a police officer or calling 911. Seems to me like Michael Dunn’s fiancee rightfully threw him under a bus. There’s no way this man can walk free.

Rouer said when they went back to the hotel, Dunn ordered something to eat, hoping it would help allay her fears. She said she was watching television when she heard about Jordan Davis’ death. She testified that she couldn’t say what he said in response but they returned to Brevard County because she insisted that they did and she was very scared.

Rhonda Rouer ended her testimony by saying she was sorry, but it’s not clear to whom that was directed. It seems to me, Rhonda Rouer basically helped the prosecution and not the defense. I have to ask why Rhonda Rouer didn’t ask him more about the shooting as they left the gas station. Was she afraid of him? She could have easily been arrested by the cops.