3 3 3 Almost 48 hours since the verdict in the Michael Dunn trial .. there are those who are still angry that he was not convicted of murder in the shooting death of Jordan Davis. Protesters demonstrated again today .. demanding justice. In another development .. Channel 4 has just obtained from the State Attorney's office ..this letter which Dunn dictated to his brother .. while in jail awaiting trial. It's the letter the jury asked about during deliberations. Here is a portion of it in which Dunn describes his version of the events leading up to the shooting. He wrote. "While I'm sitting in my car, eyes front and window up, I can hear the guy in the rear passenger seat getting agitated. He's getting louder and louder, talking to the other guys in the SUV. I'm not really paying attention, though I catch snips of his racial-laced diatribe. Then I hear, "I should kill that expletive. " So I'm listening closely now". We will continue to examine what Dunn wrote in this letter .. and bring you more at 6 O'clock. In the meantime, we are hearing from the demonstrators who rallied today at the scene of the shooting. Channel 4's Tarik Minor joins us now live from that southside gas station ... Tarik, what do the protesters say they want to accomplish? 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 00-0512-1845-501'22- 1'28NAT/chanting "the whole system is guilty."In front of the Southside gas station where Jordan Davis was shot 3 times, frustration and even anger from activists, over the jury decision on Michael Dunns' murder charge. . ) 11:43:02"it's a stigma in certain urban neighborhoods, that young men can be treated less than human'Activists from as Florida and Georgia attended todays rally, including New Jim Crow Movement, Jacksonville Progress Coalition, and the Revolutions books. Organizer say it's incomprehensible to them, as to why the jury couldn't reach a verdict on murder - with police evidence that revealed Davis was unarmed, coupled by statements made on the stand by Dunn's finance.11:48:15"it means any child could be next, and we are saying, we don't want this anymore."Activist Aleta Toure' says the jury's ruling is so painful to protesters, because in their opinion George Zimmerman should have been convicted of murder as well. But A jury aquitted Zimmerman saying he killed Trayvon Martin in self defense. Activists say they want lawmakers to know they they are watching.11:45:53"we need to let them know we are watching, for the heart and souls of our people, we were just here with an open sore that was supposed to heal, but right now, we are right where we were, with that same open sore after zimmerman. Orgnanizers say the promise of a retrial, is no consolation. 11:36:40"i do not have any faith in the angela corey and the STATE attorneys office, they have consistently done injustices not only to the martin family and other adjudicated in the state of Florida." 3 Tarik .. are they planning more protests?