Cops Want to Charge Dindus Who Mocked Drowning Man

JAMEL DUNN. BLACK TEENS MOCKED HIM AS HE DROWNED.

Those Florida teens who mocked a fellow black as he drowned could be facing misdemeanor charges relating to failure to report a death.

Cell phone video and youtube have proven to be a boon to race realism. Only a fool would claim that blacks are just like us now.

CBS News

COCOA, Fla. — Police will recommend a group of teens who laughed and filmed a man who drowned in a retention pond face charges for failing to report the man’s death, authorities in Florida announced Friday.

Authorities said the teens did nothing to help 31-year-old Jamel Dunn in his final moments. They said some of the teens, aged 14 to 18, showed no remorse when detectives questioned them about the incident, CBS Orlando affiliate WKMG-TV reports.

“I want to think that’s a natural instinct for any of us, that if we saw somebody in trouble or somebody having an issue, that we would at least try to get them help,” Cocoa police chief Mike Cantaloupe said Friday.

In a minute-long video shared on social media, the five teens laughed and shouted insults at Dunn as he screamed for help and struggled in the murky water on July 9, police said.

“F—— junkie, get out the water, you gonna die,” one teen said.

“Ain’t nobody’s going to help you, you dumb b—-,” another said. “You should’ve never got in there.”

Florida law doesn’t require a witness to help a person in need, so police originally said it wouldn’t be possible to charge the teens with a crime.

“We just didn’t have any criminal charges,” Cantaloupe said. “But we just kept looking.”

But police continued to discuss the case with state attorney Phil Archer. Cantaloupe decided to file a misdemeanor charging document under a statute that requires witnesses to report a person’s death to authorities, WKMG-TV reports.

The state attorney’s office in Florida will determine in the coming weeks if the state will pursue the charges recommended by police. The teens will remain free if and until the state attorney decides to bring formal charges.

Cantaloupe said he plans to meet with lawmakers to draft legislation that would require witnesses to help a person in distress.

“I think that would be the huge win, I think that would be justice. We don’t want another family to go through what the Dunn family has gone through,” Cantaloupe said.

Before Dunn entered the retention pond, he got in an argument with his fiance for 10 to 15 minutes.

“Regardless of the circumstances surrounding his decision to enter the water that day, there is absolutely no justification for what the teens did. Pursuing criminal charges is a way to hold them accountable for their own actions,” Cantaloupe said.

Execute them, Florida.

As of this hour there are no comments on the CBS site on this story. I suspect there were comments but that they were taken down as too racist, which means too close to the truth.

8 thoughts on “Cops Want to Charge Dindus Who Mocked Drowning Man

  1. No they are not like we are. Even though I am a horrible evil racist, I would still have tried to save him. I would do the same for him as I would do for a drowning dog. It is the white thing to do. The last thing I would do would be to mock him and laughed as he died. That is just sick. There is nothing funny about death.

    “Cantaloupe said he plans to meet with lawmakers to draft legislation that would require witnesses to help a person in distress.”

    Pretty sad when you have to pass laws to make people behave like white men.

  2. Bloody apes most likely can’t swim,and too full of themselves to admit to each other that they’re all terrified of water. Ah well,if Obama had a son……

  3. Despicable ignorant, foolish teenagers, heartless, soulless, without conscience. Stick ’em all in juvenile detention for a year, then community service for another ten!

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