This story makes no mention whether these monsters are here legally, which should always make you suspicious. Nor does it identify the race of the victims. When you have one pet group of the left attacking another things can really get tricky.
Three teenagers ganged up on two homeless men and fatally beat them before leaving their bodies nearly unrecognizable, Albuquerque police said Sunday.
Alex Rios, 18, and two boys, ages 16 and 15, are being held in Bernalillo County detention facilities a day after allegedly killing the victims in an open field, police spokesman Simon Drobik said.
A criminal complaint filed by police says Rios has been charged with two counts each of murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree felony and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He also faces three counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and one count each of tampering with evidence and robbery.
The younger boys will likely be charged with murder as adults, Drobik said. The Associated Press is withholding their names because of their ages.
“I personally, after reading that complaint, was sick to my stomach because of the nature of the violence and the age of the offenders,” Drobik said.
One of these animals told authorities they may have been involved in many other attacks.
The teens said they wanted to look for someone to beat up and possibly rob. One teen told authorities the other was “very angry” over a breakup with his longtime girlfriend. A criminal complaint said one of the teens told police that they had attacked more than 50 people in recent months.
Thankfully they”re incredibly stupid in addition to their penchant for violence.
Rios told investigators he acted as a lookout while the other boys attacked both men with bricks, sticks and a metal fence pole. The younger suspects, however, told police that Rios also took part in the attacks.
Both describe how all three covered their faces with black T-shirts before walking over to the victims. According to the 15-year-old, they all took turns picking up cinderblocks and repeatedly smashing them into the men’s faces.
The suspects said after the attack, they took one victim’s driver’s license and debit card. The license was found in the teens’ home, police said.
Investigators have not yet confirmed the identities of the two victims. Their transient background and the severity of their injuries have made identifying them difficult, Drobik said.
This news source identifies the other attackers.