They could have taken her to Leicester Royal Infirmary, they could have phoned 999, or asked Mrs Burder for her help.'But they didn't.'Jurors were told how phone analysis, ANPR roadside cameras, and shop receipts showed how instead of driving Megan to seek help, the men spent hours driving around until the crash.
Leaving Megan in the car, they pulled up at a shop at 8.06am, buying £15.08 of lager and cigarettes.
Prosecutors claim Megan remained on the back seat of the car until at least 10.16am.
In a statement after her death, Megan's mother Carol described her daughter as a 'beautiful, talented, loving daughter and sister'.
Often, a convoy is organized with armed defensive support.
The three took the drug at Burder's house, although a post-mortem revealed that Megan's blood toxicity level was ten times that of the defendants.
The prosecutor told the court Megan could have been spiked, while post-mortem tests showed Burder's semen inside and on her chest, as well as 'unusually' under King's fingernails.
Miss Moore told the jury the shop's outside CCTV showed King walking back to the Vauxhall as he 'appears to be looking at the backseat of the car'.
From 8.46am, there were 'calls to escorts - working girls - and websites', the prosecutor added, with listings such as 'busty, exotic brunette', and 'escort - will blow your mind'.