JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- For the first time since Michael Dunn's trial ended with a hung jury on the most serious charge, a juror is speaking out.
ABC's "Nightline" asked juror No. 4, "How could you all convict him of attempting of killing the other three in the car, but not convict him of killing the 17 year-old?"
It was the million-dollar question. The home health nurse administrator known only as Valerie said she wanted to respond to all the social media posts blaming the jury for not getting justice for Jordan Davis.
She wanted people to know that most of the jurors thought Michael Dunn was guilty.
The final vote was 9-3 to convict. She said three jurors believed Dunn's self-defense claim.
Valerie said she didn't believe Dunn had to kill Jordan Davis. She said he had other options.
"Roll your window up. Ignore the taunting. Put your car in reverse," she said.
She wanted Davis' parents to know she's sorry, and that she hopes they don't feel the jury did them a disservice.
She was asked on "Nightline" if she thought Dunn got away with murder.
"At this point, I do. Myself, personally, yes," she said.