VIDEO: "Loud music" murder trial: Convenience store video

Hey folks, This is a portion of convenience store video from the Michael Dunn "loud music" murder trial in shooting death of Jordan Davis. Actual video in evidence at trial is purportedly to be 20 minutes long, and from 6 different angles. NOTE: This video is "redacted" in that it has the faces blurred out. Video in evidence will NOT have been redacted.

Woman in black and white dress at start is Rhonda Rouer, the fiance of defendant Michael Dunn.

Man in white shirt at beginning is Tommy Storns, driver of the SUV, friend of victim Jordan Davis.

At 1:25, woman on left is store clerk Mariah Grimes and man on right is witness Steven Smith. Rouer steps up to register behind him.

At 1:57 store clerk Mariah Grimes announces someone shooting, but strangely gun shots cannot be heard--seems to be cut out.

Video of the gunshots can be found here: http://is.gd/jZJG8p Video seems to have been edited.

AT 2:23 audio continues but video seems to freeze with Rouer in doorway. Again, seems edited.

Video moves again about 3>00. Seems numerous little freezes.

Police enter 6:05, probably Officer Holmes.

--Andrew, @LawSelfDefense


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