Iraq War veteran killed; widow says Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law is free pass for murder
12:50 PM, Mar 22, 2012
Valrico, FL (CNN/WFLA/WTFS/WTSP) - Outrage over last month's shooting death of an unarmed teen in Florida has put a new focus on the state's "Stand Your Ground" law. The widow of a man shot dead in front of his daughter, says it is a free pass for murder.
When David James, an Iraq War veteran, escaped combat in the Middle East unscathed, his wife Kanina breathed a sigh of relief.
"I would worry about him but I thought he'd be safe here," she said.
Kanina was wrong; and now wants to know why Trevor Dooley, a 71-year-old retired bus driver, shot her husband in broad daylight, right front of their eight-year-old daughter. Dooley claims it was self defense. Kanina James calls it murder.
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Friday, March 23, 2012
Iraq Veteran killed under Florida law didn't matter as much
Where was national media when this happened?