One of the jurors in the trial of Michael Dunn said that race played no part in the case.
The Florida jury on Saturday convicted Dunn, 47, on three charges of attempted second-degree murder for shooting into an SUV holding four black teenagers, after arguing with Jordan Davis, 17, about the volume of their music.
Dunn is white; Davis was black.
The shots continued even as the SUV was fleeing, and Dunn was also convicted of one count of shooting into the vehicle.
But a first-degree murder charge for Davis' death resulted in a hung jury.
"I never once thought about, oh, this was a black kid. This was a white guy," Juror No. 8 Creshuna Miles told CNN on Thursday.