Security guard Lukace Kendle, who claimed ‘stand your ground’ in a shooting of two unarmed black men, represents himself in Miami-Dade Criminal Court in September 2015. Kendle was convicted of second-degree murder.
Security guard Lukace Kendle, who claimed ‘stand your ground’ in a shooting of two unarmed black men, represents himself in Miami-Dade Criminal Court in September 2015. Kendle was convicted of second-degree murder. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD
Security guard Lukace Kendle, who claimed ‘stand your ground’ in a shooting of two unarmed black men, represents himself in Miami-Dade Criminal Court in September 2015. Kendle was convicted of second-degree murder. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD

Florida Senate approves changes to ‘stand your ground’ law; fate in House unclear

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