Published: Sun, July 23, 2017
World Media | By June Phelps

Teens mock, laugh at disabled man as he drowns to death

Teens mock, laugh at disabled man as he drowns to death

Cocoa Police are hoping to charge five teens who filmed 31 year old Jamel Dunn drowning and didn't report it with failure to report a death. After Dunn's body was found, an unidentified friend of the family saw the video on social media and altered police.

A group of teens in Florida reportedly filmed a disabled man drowning, while laughing and making fun of his struggles, and did nothing to help him. The mother of one of the teens broke down in tears while her son stared blankly ahead while being questioned.

"Get out the water, you gonna die" one teen can be heard shouting.

"Buddy not coming back up".

"RIP", one of them said. When they realized that the man was likely dying, one of the teens said to another, "Bro, you scared to see a dead person?".

Their identities have not been released. "The state attorney advises it doesn't meet standard for a criminal charge".

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"They were watching him", she said about the teenagers.

A tragic story in Florida has many people across the country outraged. For example: if you have put the person in danger in the first place; if the incident is a vehicle crash; if you already have a special relationship to others by being police officer, firefighter, teacher, bus driver, employer - or the victim's spouse. "Unfortunately there's not a lot we can do about it".

Police identified and interviewed the five teens involved.

Martinez said: "There was no remorse, only a smirk".

The group then left the park without calling the emergency services to tell them what just happened.

Cantaloupe said he met with State Attorney Phil Archer on Friday morning and is optimistic Archer's office will pursue the charges.

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However, the deceased family could file a civil case against the teens in Ohio.

Dunn's decomposed body was recovered three days later.

A neighbor's security camera showed Dunn scaling a fence and intentionally going into the pond, police said.

"He went there willingly and very deliberately", Martinez said.

Family members have created a GoFundMe page for Dunn to pay for his funeral expenses. Two of the teens, who were not identified because they are minors, are seen in the video. The medical examiner determined the cause of death was drowning, police said. "The family is frustrated", she said, and "the detectives are frustrated, that we can not hold anyone accountable for this".

"The video evidence we have shows that the juveniles didn't coerce him. He walked in on his own", said Yvonne Martinez, spokeswoman for the Cocoa Police Department. She also expressed frustration with the lack of charges and slow pace of authorities. "We have a lot of investment in communities starting at a young age".

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