Happy Tony Stark! My assignment was Marvel Adventures Tony.
Title: The Baby-Sitter Experiment
Pairing: Steve/Tony, with background Jess/Luke/Danny
Warnings: There is no plot. None. Nada.
Summary: Steve and Tony volunteer to babysit. Fluff ensues.
Thanks to humantrampoline85, because I couldn’t come up with anything to write so she just spammed me with one awesome prompt after another. And thanks to musicalluna for giving this a once-over for me so I could post it without embarrassing myself. And thanks to everyone who pitched in and helped me with the lab equipment. My dash is full of awesome science people. Thank you!
The Baby-Sitter Experiment
Luke Cage held his daughter against his chest like he was afraid what would happen if he let her go. “You’re sure about this?”
Steve shot a glance at Tony, but to his credit, Tony didn’t look insulted, only amused. “Luke. What do you think I’m going to do to her?”
Luke hesitated for a minute and that was long enough for his wife to sweep in and lift Danielle from his arms. “Worst case scenario,” Jess Jones said as she plopped the baby down into Tony’s waiting arms, “he turns her into a cyborg. But at least she’d be a very well-built cyborg.”
Dunn was previously found guilty of three counts of attempted murder in a February trial for shooting at an SUV carrying Davis and three of his friends.
During that trial, the jurors deadlocked on the decision to convict Dunn of first-degree murder.
Tuesday saw Dunn testify in his own defense. The jury began deliberations early Wednesday morning.
From The Florida Times Union:
Dunn, 47, testified that Davis was angrily getting out of a Dodge Durango while holding a shotgun and threatening to kill him when he pulled out his own handgun and opened fire on Davis and others in the vehicle.
“You’re not going to kill me, you [filtered word],” Dunn said he yelled at Davis seconds before firing ten bullets at the Dodge Durango Davis was in.
Dunn said he was scared for his life and would have been killed if he hadn’t pulled out his own gun.
“I shot to defend my own life,” Dunn said at one point while testifying on Tuesday.
During closing statements, Assistant State Attorney John Guy reiterated that no weapons were found on Davis or inside the SUV he and his friends were riding in.