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Dunn trial continues

The trial continued today for the Florida man accused of killing a teenager during over loud music.
Michael Dunn claims he shot at an SUV full of teens because he felt threatened, but the prosecution is presenting a different picture.   

Jacksonville detective Andrew Kipple testified he found nine bullet holes in the SUV in which 17-year-old Jordan Davis was killed.

The prosecution presented numerous photos Kipple had taken and grilled him about his claim that there was nothing in the SUV that could be considered a weapon.

47-year-old Michael Dunn is charged with first degree murder and 3 counts of attempted murder in the November 2012 shooting sparked by an argument over loud music.

Dunn and his fiancee stopped at a convenience store that fateful day where Davis and three friends were parked.

An argument began when Dunn told Davis and his friends to turn their music down. One of them did but Davis told him to turn it back up.

Authorities say the argument between Dunn and Davis escalated. Dunn reportedly pulled out a 9mm handgun and opened fire.

The second time she heard  a series of pope she went to the door and Dunn ordered her to get in the car.

Dunn has said he saw a shotgun and fired his weapon because he feared for his own life.