Jordan Davis' parents say they're preparing for a re-trial. They've taken their mission to New York City, appearing on network television, talking about the case, and their fight for justice for their son. They also sat down for an in- depth interview with Channel 4's Vic Micolucci. 3 00-0507-1252-1:002:19- 2:2612:18::30 "Jordan Davis' parents have been here in New York City for a few days now. THey say it is so important that they spread their mission to the world. Not only do they want to get Justice for Jordan Davis and see Michael DUnn convicted on 1st degree murder charges, they also want to make sure that the laws change so that no other families go through the same pain and suffering that they are going through." 10:04:48- 10:05:14 Right now he's a Jordan Davis movement but before that, he was a kid that liked to have fun. And like to play around and lead his guys to fun playing basketball and going to the mall and looking at girls and smiling and trying to be suave and debonair His father remembers the good times 10:06:55 "He would make your heart just expand." 17- years with his son that he will forever cherish. Now Ron Davis and Jordan's mother Lucy McBath are pushing to make sure their child is not forgotten. When the jury came back with guilty verdicts on 4 out of 5 charges against Michael Dunn, but said they were deadlocked on first-degree murderit wasn't easy for the teen's parents 10:17:00-10:17:35 We had been prepared. Our team had been preparing us wihtin the last few hours that tht migt be the reason for such a long deliberation. I can't honestly say that I was surprised. Devasted, but I can't honestly say that I was surprised because I think we knew all along that there would be vindication for the boys but Jordans charge alone would be the hardest to get a conviction. Jordan's mom and dad know they'll have to go through Jordan's death all over again, but they're glad prosecutors are going to re- try Michael Dunn for murder. 10:18:25 So we're looking forward to trying the case again because the principle for Jordan,,..it is his legacy. and in spite of whatever verdict we receive, we will know and Jordan will know that we've done everything that we can for him. for justice for him 10:18:40 Ron Davis and Lucy McBath tell us they're not angry with the jurors who couldn't come to an agreement after the trial - they respect them. But they are upset with the laws regarding self-defense and Stand Your Ground - because they're letting people shoot and kill unarmed people like their son Jordan. ..and think it's justified. 10:14:35 if you have no witnesses, to the action, then you're only going to rely on the actions of the shooter. And that's not fair to the victim, victim's family. 10:19:40 We're so grateful that there's dialogue, they're speaking out about what's happening in the country. what we want is to do is become knowledgeable about the very laws in their own state. We want them to understand critically what the laws are affecting citizens within their own states. We want them to speak out you know, not just in rallies and things of that nature. We want them to call their legislators. we want them to talk to their civic leaders. 12:19:40 "jordan Davis' parents will continue to be here in New York City for a couple days continuing to spread their message that they want justice for Jordan.They after that, they're going to go back to Jacksonville, and then to Tallahassee to talk to lawmakers and everybody that they can to make sure they change the laws for the better. In New York City, Vic Micolucci, Ch4, TLS."