COCOA, FLORIDA (Accredited Times) — Five innocent African-American teens face charges over a drowning incident in Central Florida despite not causing or participating in the drowning incident itself. The shocking charges provide more fodder for progressive activists angered at institutional racism and microaggressions against innocent African-Americans.
The incident began when a man, Jamel Dunn, 31, entered into a pond in Cocoa, Florida around noon on July 9, 2017. Dunn, who apparently could not swim, soon began yelling for help. At the time, Dunn was wearing a black shirt emblazoned, “I’m Blessed”, along with a red hat stating, “Only God Can Judge Me!”, which also happens to be a song by rapper Tupac Shakur, who was assassinated in September 1996.
Shortly thereafter, God apparently began judging Dunn, who started to drown. Five African-American teens, aged 14-16, who were present at the scene, began laughing at the irony and sheer hilarity of the situation.
“Ain’t nobody going to help you, you dumb bitch!” one of the African-American youths noted. “You shouldn’t have got in there!” Indeed, the drowning victim shouldn’t have entered into water. Instead of calling the police, the African-American teens laughed at the hilarious situation, recording the incident for social media.
Roughly a minute later, the drowning man can be heard whimpering before submerging underwater. “He dead”, one of the African-American teens stated, as the others laughed uproariously. Authorities found Dunn’s body five days later.
Prosecutors noted initially that the African-American youths had done nothing wrong. “In the state of Florida, there is no law in place that requires a person to render aid or call to render aid to a victim in distress”, Yvonne Martinez, a spokeswoman for the Cocoa Police Department, told the Accredited Times on Friday.
Nevertheless, racist police officers have indicated that they plan on seeking to prosecute the innocent African-Americans on trumped-up charges of not reporting a death, a misdemeanor that carries a sentence of up to a year in prison. Notably, however, the statute in question does not include a time frame for reporting the death, and the African-American youths obviously needed to speak with legal counsel before doing so, given the rise in false charges against innocent African-American defendants. The African-American youths also cooperated fully with authorities and did in fact report the issue when contacted by police. Plus, the incident was seriously funny, and they had to get over the sheer hilarity of the situation before reporting it.
The news comes in the wake of a shocking Accredited Times report that a racist golden retriever had saved a baby deer from drowning, but did nothing to help African-Americans or other People of Color. Some conservatives have highlighted the contrast between the incidents, arguing that the dog acted more humanely than the teens, but that is obviously racist and ignores how hilarious the situation was.
The racist charges could spark peaceful protests, including riots and looting, by other innocent youths in Central Florida.