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TODAY   |  February 12, 2014

Closing arguments set in ‘loud music’ murder trial

Michael Dunn, a white Florida man, testified on Tuesday that he was threatened during a dispute with black teen Jordan Davis. Prosecutors say Davis was unarmed and that Dunn fired at least nine shots, killing the teen. Dunn claims self-defense.

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>> closing arguments in the murder trial of a white florida man accused of shooting a black teen during an argument over loud music . software engineer michael dunn testified tuesday that he pulled into a gas station next to several teens in an suv. he says he was threatened during a dispute, thought he saw a gun barrel and shot. when the teen started getting out of the suv. dunn was asked why he didn't call police until the next day.

>> you're right. it sounds crazy. and i couldn't tell you what i was thinking when it happened. i can just tell you i didn't do it.

>> prosecutors say the teens were unarmed and that dunn fired at least nine shots. he is claiming self-defense.