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Juror: Race Was Never a Factor in Jordan Davis Trial

Creshuna Miles, juror No. 8 in the Michael Dunn trial told CNN that race was not a factor in deciding the case, even though Dunn was white and Jordan Davis was Black. “We didn't even think about the race aspect of it," she said. "Race was never a factor ... when I was making my decision." (Photo: CNN) 

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