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Florida teen in loud music murder trial was unarmed, witnesses say

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JACKSONVILLE, Florida (Reuters) - A black teenager shot dead by a middle-aged white man in Florida after an argument over loud rap music, was unarmed and never threatened his assailant, a court heard on Friday.
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Source: Newsy - on February 15, 2014

News video: Jury Questions Judge In Florida 'Loud Music' Murder Trial

Jury Questions Judge In Florida 'Loud Music' Murder Trial

Michael Dunn stands accused of shooting and killing a Florida teenager after an altercation involving the teen's "loud music."

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