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Michael Dunn, the Fla. man accused of killing a black teenager during an argument over loud music, compared himself to a ...
rape victim in a recorded jailhouse phone call with his fiancee. (Feb. 18)
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SHOTLIST:Pool Video - AP Clients OnlyJacksonville, Florida - February 15, 20141.Various courtroom shots of Michael Dunn and verdict being read2. AP Photos of Michael Dunn on witness standAUDIO: Florida State Attorney's Office - CourtesyDuval County, Florida - Released: February 18, 2014 3. AP Graphic with jailhouse audio 4. SOUNDBITE: Michael Dunn (Transcribed Below)Pool Video - AP Clients OnlyJacksonville, Florida - February 11, 20145. Mid of Michael Dunn on witness stand6. Mid of Michael Dunn and defense attorneyAUDIO: Florida State Attorney's Office - CourtesyDuval County, Florida - Released: February 18, 2014 7. SOUNDBITE : Michael Dunn and (Father) Phillip Dunn (Transcribed Below) Florida Times Union - Courtesy Jacksonville, Florida - February 15, 20128. Various photos outside Duval County CourthousePool Video - AP Clients OnlyJacksonville, Florida - February 15, 20149. Mid of judge just before verdict10. Wide of judge and court clerk during verdict11. Mid of Florida State Attorney Angela Corey at press conferencePool Video - AP Clients OnlyJacksonville, Florida - February 11, 201412. Mid of Michael Dunn on witness stand VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:MICHAEL DUNN IS CERTAIN TO SPEND DECADES BEHIND BARS AFTER JURORS CONVICTED HIM OF THREE COUNTS OF ATTEMPTED MURDER IN A 2012 SHOOTING OVER LOUD MUSIC OUTSIDE A CONVENIENCE STORE THAT LEFT AN UNARMED BLACK TEENAGER DEAD.NOW A RECORDED JAILHOUSE CONVERSATION WITH HIS FIANCEE HAS BEEN RELEASED AND IN IT DUNN COMPARE HIMSELF TO A RAPE VICTIM IN THE INCIDENT.AUDIO: (English) Michael Dunn/ Convicted Shooter"I'm the (bleeping) victim here. I was the one who was victimized....I'm mean I don't know how else to cut it. They attacked me. I'm the victim."HE AND HIS FATHER WERE ALSO RECORDED TALKING ABOUT SELLING HIS AMMUNITION AT HOME TO HELP PAY FOR HIS DEFENSE.AUDIO: (English) Michael Dunn and Father Phillip DunnMichael Dunn - "it can go wherever...I'm mean."Phillip Dunn - "we're going to sell it. Michael Dunn. "oh."Phillip Dunn: "We need lots of money."Michael Dunn. "Okay."Phillip Dunn: "You know, major money"Michael Dunn: "I got some crates of ammo in there, too...for about 400 bucks each."THE RECORDINGS ALSO SHOW DUNN EXPRESSING SURPRISE AT THE MEDIA ATTENTION OVER THE CASE.....AND CONFIDENCE THAT HE WOULD BE EXONERATED ONCE THE JURY HEARD ALL THE FACTS.JURORS COULDN'T AGREE ON WHETHER HE WAS GUILTY OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER.BUT PROSECUTORS PLAN TO RETRY HIM ON THAT PORTION OF THE CASE.NED BARKER....ASSOCIATED PRESS.