Hundreds of people poured into a church in Florida to pay their last respects to a disabled man who drowned as a group of teenagers watched and mocked
him, and filmed his death rather than try to help him.
Jamel Dunn, 31, drowned on July 9 - his struggle watched by five teenagers in a park in the town of Cocoa, close to Orlando. Yet they did nothing to
help and failed to call the emergency services.
They did, however, film his death and post the recording online. Mr Dunn’s body was recovered five days later after police were alerted by a friend
of Mr Dunn who had seen the video.