Long before Michael Dunn shot and killed African American teenager Jordan Davis in a Jacksonville, Florida, parking lot, the now-47-year-old software developer tried to order the murder of a business rival, put guns to the heads of two different wives, and believed that America was being “taken over by minorities” and that “white people need to stand up.”\nThose allegations were made by a former friend and neighbor of Michael Dunn, Charles Hendrix, who lived next door to the now-notorious “loud music killer” for eight years.\nHendrix also testified to Dunn’s sick idea of a honeymoon. He said that he was told by Dunn’s first wife, a Colombian national named Clara, that the day after they were married, Dunn took her to a Florida “switch club,” which she described as “a place where couples switch partners.”\nAt this club, Michael Dunn forced his new bride to have sex with other men, whom she had never met before, according to Hendrix — and Hendrix’s wife who was also interviewed.\nHendrix was interviewed on videotape by lawyers for the parents of Jordan Davis, who sued Michael Dunn for the teen’s wrongful death. The lawsuit was settled in December, and the statements of Charles Hendrix were ruled not admissible in Dunn’s trial.\nBut Davis family attorney John Phillips made the Hendrix interview public last week, in response to character witnesses called by Dunn’s defense team and who described Michael Dunn as possessing a “calm demeanor.”\nThe Michael Dunn depicted in Hendrix’s testimony comes across as anything but calm. According to Hendrix Dunn once tried to persuade Hendrix to kill a man named Greg Walker who was suing Dunn’s business.\nAccording to Hendrix, Dunn, “approached me, in front of another guy, and said, ‘This guy Walker has go to go.'”\nWhen Hendrix asked if Dunn wanted him to physically beat the man, Dunn replied, “No, I want him dead!” Hendrix said he reported to the police that he had been asked to carry out a “hit,” but they ignored him.\nHendrix said that he believed Dunn “always wanted to shoot somebody.” Hendrix described Michael Dunn as “selfish” and “arrogant” and a bully who became overbearing and intimidating with people who disagreed with him. He said that though Dunn never directly expressed a desire to shoot another person, he told Hendrix, “I can’t wait for somebody to try something with me when I have my gun!”\nHendrix said that much of his information about Michael Dunn was told to him by Dunn’s two wives, both of whom would often take refuge in Hendrix’s home, in tears after fights with Michael Dunn.\nBoth women separately told Hendrix that Michael Dunn held guns to their heads and threatened them.\nA lawyer for Michael Dunn dismissed the Hendrix allegations as “baseless,” “ridiculous” and “preposterous.”\nDunn was convicted Saturday on three counts of attempted murder for shooting at the vehicle containing Davis and three of his friends. But Michael Dunn so far escaped a murder conviction for killing Jordan Davis because the jury deadlocked on that charge.