Black Juror in Dunn Trial: It Was Never About Race

Juror No. 8
Juror No. 8

A second juror from the Michael Dunn trial has broken her silence, and she reiterated the belief, first expressed by juror No. 4, that race didn’t play a role in the case, Mediaite reports.


Juror No. 8, an African American, told CNN in an exclusive interview that it was never about race for her; it was about justice.

“I never once thought about, ‘Oh, this was a black kid, this was a white guy.’ Because that was—that wasn’t the case,” the 21-year-old, who was the youngest on the jury, told CNN reporter Alina Machado.

When asked what she would say to those who thought Dunn’s race allowed him to get away with murder when the jury failed to convict him on first-degree charges in the killing of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, the juror said they should learn the law.

“I would tell them that they really should knowledge themselves on the law,” Miles replied. “It was about justice.”

Earlier this week, juror No. 4, the first to speak out in the Dunn case, told ABC News that Dunn likely would’ve killed a white teen in the same situation and that race was never discussed while they deliberated Dunn’s verdict.

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