Jordan Davis family: 'We will continue to wait for justice for Jordan'
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The family of Jordan Davis said they will continue to wait for justice for Jordan, who would be turning 19 years old on Sunday if he was alive.
A jury found Michael Dunn guilty on three counts of attempted second-degree murder for shooting at Jordan's friends, but deadlocked on the murder charge related to the death of the Wolfson High School teenager.
Lucia McBath and Ronald Davis spoke to reporters about 30 minutes after the verdicts came down.
"We will continue to wait for justice for Jordan," said a teary-eyed Lucia McBath, Jordan's mother.
"He's going to learn that he has to be remorseful for the killing of my son," said Ronald Davis.
Jordan was shot and killed during an argument about loud music at a Gate gas station on the Southside in November 2012.
Dunn claimed self-defense when he fired into an SUV carrying Jordan and his friends.
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