ORLANDO, Fla. - Channel 9 obtained recent jailhouse phone call recordings of Michael Dunn, the man convicted of shooting into a car full of teenagers after an argument over loud music at a Jacksonville gas station.
In the calls, Dunn seemed very blunt, cursed, and made no apologies for his action, said Channel 9's Nancy Alvarez, who spent Tuesday going through the calls.
In the calls made to his fiancée, a defiant Dunn recounted the night in 2012 when one of the shots he fired killed unarmed 17-year-old Jordan Davis.
"I'm the (expletive) victim here," said Dunn. "I was the one who was victimized, like they attacked me. I'm the victim."
Dunn, who was never physically attacked, told a jury last week that he felt threatened. The jury deadlocked on whether the death was murder or self-defense but they found Dunn guilty of trying to kill Davis' friends.
"I miss you terribly," Dunn told his fiancée prior to the trial.
"Yeah?" she replied.
"Yeah. I knew what I had but you don't know what you got 'til it's gone," he said.
Dunn's sentencing has not yet been set. He's expected to get 60 years in prison.
The state has already said they will re-file the murder charge against him.
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