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Local leaders looking to avoid racial divide in Michael Dunn trial

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Death over loud music has cranked up the intensity surrounding racial issues in Jacksonville.

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MadameX - 2/5/2014 1:21 PM
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I, for one get totally turned off by the people who walk around carrying signs and banners outside of a courthouse, no matter where it's happening. All of them must be on welfare on either independently wealthy to be able to parade around in everybody's way who is trying to go into the courthouse to conduct business. If these people would get a job and study something else besides carrying signs that are ridiculolus in content then people woluldn't have to be stepping out of the way to get around them. -- Totally disgusting behavior.

nativejax - 2/4/2014 2:37 PM
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The only people wanting a 'racial divide' is the thugs and thug loving people and News, that want to portray these thugs as 'victims'. I will not feel sorry for PARENTS who DON'T and WON'T take responsibility for WHERE their kids are or WHO they are with. The rest of the 'civilized population' have already agreed this idiot should have know better to confront a car full of thugs over stupid loud music and he should be held accountable for his actions. I am also sad a young life(thug or not) was taken over the choice he took to get in a car with a combative thug driver. Had this been a black man shooting at a car load of young white thugs, 'claiming self defense', I would expect the SAME VERDICT.
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