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We know -- cancer the comforts you surrounding Florida's stand your ground -- connection with the trade on Martin -- Zimmermann case but there was an arrest Friday -- -- homicide at least as egregious the man arrested.
-- -- -- -- -- Is a security guard pod guard -- a Miami strip club.
Who -- this Daniel -- laws saying that he felt threatened by two men.
That he shot one of them fatally -- feel threatened they're smoking marijuana sitting in their pick -- truck parked outside his club.
Kendall critically injured one of the man Michael's Mathers who jumped out of the vehicle he shot and killed the other victim.
29 year old he -- bird as bird attempted to hide under the pick up truck.
As Kendall one on his Rampage he Dejuan was shot at least six times is pronounced dead at the -- he's an electrician.
-- leaves behind a three year old daughter -- one year old son his mother Arlene and his sister doctors tomorrow bird.
Join us from Miami my condolences to you ladies.
Our friend the family attorney for the bird family Benjamin crop is in Tallahassee tonight I'll start with you -- up -- can.
This is a horrible example it seems on its face that's his excuse that he felt threatened.
That's where his defense was and that's -- the police took a week to arrest them -- Waldo.
And that's a problem with these stand your ground -- and send a message.
I can shoot -- -- -- -- and and claim I stood my ground and say I'm not to be held accountable.
So is it a racial incident could you'd think it's just really a crazy guy with a gun who felt empowered -- I think it's just -- crazy act I mean he -- about a car.
He says he heard sop that he turns around -- Shuster -- but why is the issue is -- -- amber.
He opens up the door -- without a columnist hands and these in the graph goes -- on the cart -- some three or four more times.
To win tobacco Rondo and says.
He would stand his ground he felt threatened.
-- I'm so sorry for your loss.
I and I I appreciate your coming on tonight and -- how much how difficult it must be.
What's your what's the aside from your awful loss and I know you just -- your son on Friday what is that thing that makes you most outrage.
Well the fact that though the way that last sound was -- He was trying to.
Get on there at the car and away from the the shootings and he was Shaq seven times in his back.
I don't understand how could he claim.
He was afraid and he wanted to stand his ground when he shot my son in the back.
Now he's your only so.
Yes he is he's my -- -- down.
And I'm so sorry.
I I can't you mean words fail me really.
Doctor -- tomorrow you know we errors in the very educated though woman do you find.
This law the whole concept to be fatally flawed.
I do it it as a citizen it it makes me afraid.
I think my gosh I should not.
Look at someone a certain way in fear that I'm -- Look at -- threatening manner and I could be shot fatally.
In these could be relook that because it's it's empowering people with a gun and it it it's not serving any -- any justices especially the victims and it's it's really concerning.
To me as a citizen that.
People are using this law and they're killing others and it seems to be working.
-- -- give us your final thoughts on this.
Certainly -- rather it says the wrong message to America.
That if process what felt -- -- and I stood my ground it's OK to shoot somebody that should be the exception not the norm and people are now -- in this as the -- And that's why hopeful we can get a -- of Martin legislation passed it you can't be the aggressor and say I stood my ground.
And prompt thank you.
Byrd doctor Byrd thank you our panel -- -- dollar Joseph Jackson we'll talk about where this failure brown should be abolished coming up.
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