AJC – The parents of Jordan Davis, the Marietta teenager shot and killed during a 2012 argument over loud music in the parking lot of a Florida convenience store, said Wednesday that they hold no animosity toward the jurors who this weekend were unable to reach a verdict on whether defendant Michael Dunn murdered their son.
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