Transcript for Jury Deliberates in Florida's 'Loud Music' Murder Trial
To the latest on the loud music murder case in Florida. Michael Dunn charged with killing an unarmed teenager. His fate in the hands of a jury. Ryan Owens with more from Jacksonville. Good morning, Ryan. Reporter: Good morning to you, George. The jury deliberated about three hours last night. They'll get right back to it this morning. They have asked the judge already to see something. The surveillance video from the night this happened. This deft took it upon himself to silence Jordan Davis forever. Reporter: In a case where loud musing allegedly led to murder -- He shot at the back of unarmed teenagers. Reporter: -- Prosecutors raised their closing arguments on Wednesday, a's they implored the jury not the buy Michael Dunn's claim of self-defense. Even people with the right of self-defense no not have the right the take the life of a child. Reporter: Prosecutorers say he fired ten shots at an SUV full of teens, killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis when he wouldn't turn down the volume. Davis' father wiped away the tears. Jordan Davis didn't have a weapon. He had a big mouth. And that deft wasn't going to stand for it. Reporter: Dunn has a very different story of what happened here in November 012. Oh, my god, somebody's shooting. Reporter: He pleaded not guilty and took the stand. I thought I was going to be killed. Reporter: Telling jury yours he had to shoot or be My glove box. I'm looking out the window. Said you're not going to kill me you son of a , and I shot. Reporter: Which version will the jury believe? This morning, it's up to 5 men, 7 women. Who will decide this case. Just how complicate sd this case. It took the judge an hour, a full hour just to read the jury its ING instruction. So, George, these people have a lot of work today and a lot of options to choose from. Okay, Ryan, thank you. Let get more on this from Dan Abrams. First clue from the jury after three hours, they wanted to see the surveillance video. From inside the station where you can hear the shots. I think that is not something the defense is going to be particularly excited about. Because, when you listen to the shots being fired on that surveillance tape, you hear a pause. You hear the bang, bang, bang. And then you hear another volley. It's not as if he shoots to keep the person away. Sounds like a volley of shots followed by another. It makes it a problem for self-defense. You say the defense has not put up much defense. I think they have put up a real defense by having him testify. I think the evidence, though. The inconsistencies, with regard to his account. The police statement versus what he's saying on the stand. The fact of whether or not he saw a gun. There are a lot of charges to consider.
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