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Sallywrj Post time: 2017-7-24 17:57
Few days ago, a lady was assaulted on the bus, and she called out loud, however, the offender got an ...
The case in central Florida's Brevard County involves the July 9 drowning of Jamel Dunn, 31, in a retention 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 by Florida Today. The teens 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.
"Generally, throughout the U.S., there is no duty to rescue," said David Weinstein, a former federal prosecutor now in private practice. Still, he added: "It seems like common sense that those kids should have tried to help the guy instead of filming it."