"The Daily Show" on Comedy Central takes note of the irony of the Michael Dunn verdict occurring during Black History Month.
The Michael Dunn case has been compared to George Zimmerman's: Both involved white men who killed unarmed, black teenage boys in proceedings where Stand Your Ground was mentioned. While the prosecution's case against Dunn seemed to be stronger - no photos of a bloodied defendant, no calling of the police as in the Zimmerman case, the jury decisions in both trials disappointed and surprised many.
Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz says the explanation has more to do with strategic mistakes by the prosecution as opposed to Florida's self-defense laws.
Host Tom Hudson speaks with Professor Dershowitz, along with Andrew Pantazi of the Florida Times Union, freelance reporter Eric Barton, Jane Wooldridge of the Miami Herald and Sammy Mack, Tim Padgett and Alicia Zuckerman of WLRN-Miami Herald News.