Teens who taunted drowning disabled man won’t face charges

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New York Post—COCOA, Fla. — Florida prosecutors say they aren’t charging a group of teens who taunted a drowning disabled man and recorded his death. State Attorney Phil Archer released a statement Friday announcing his office’s decision not to criminally charge four juveniles and one adult for failing to help 31-year-old Jamel Dunn at a Cocoa retention...

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