Disabled man Jamel Dunn died in June in a pond, an event police discovered was filmed by five teenagers who taunted him
A group of Florida teens who laughed as they recorded on video a disabled man drowning had no obligation to rescue him, it has emerged.
Jamel Dunn, 31, died on 9 June in a pond. Police in the city of Cocoa discovered later that five teenagers, ages 14 to 16, had made a video of the drowning, which was published on Friday by Florida Today. The teenagers can be heard laughing at Dunn, telling him he’s going die and that they weren’t going to help him as he struggled and screamed.