Skip to comments.Two teen locker-room bullies who threatened to sexually assault 15 year old boy arrested
Posted on 05/21/2014 1:14:33 PM PDT by massmike
A pair of former Indianapolis high school students face felony charges after allegedly bullying a freshman earlier this spring.
Kyle Johnson, 19, and Austin Martin, 18, face six charges each including three counts of Class D felony criminal confinement and three counts of Class B misdemeanor battery.
Authorities said there were three incidents after spring break in which the unidentified freshman was grabbed, tickled, slapped, and touched on or around his butt.
The 15-year-old told authorities Martin had made comments to Johnson after gym class about putting finger's into the freshman's 'rear end' on at least three separate occasions at Clinton Prairie High School.
A probably cause statement quoted by The Indianapolis Star quoted the victim as saying Martin had restrained him 'in a bearhug fashion' and pinned him against a locker or wall white while Johnson would slap the boy's butt 'and lift up hard on his butt cheeks.'
In each of the incidents the boy was reportedly wearing shorts or underwear.
The statement was corroborated by the two juvenile witnesses.
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Two teen locker-room bullies who 'pinned boy, 15, against the wall, slapped his butt and threatened to sexually assault him' are arrested after video of it appears on Instagram
a couple things
Instagram should be sued for child pornography
The Boys should arrested for distribnuting it& they should be charged as sex offenders and for sodomy
Why were they arrested?
Obviously the “victim” was a “bigot” that doesn’t appreciate the joys of gay sex that was being gifted to him.
18 & 19 year old high school students?
Sound like stellar folk, there. I guess they will learn how it is done in the Pen.
They look like a couple of faggots.
One of the problems is you’ve got ‘19 year old high school students’ still taking up space in school rooms, vs out looking for (legal) work. Now their names are out into the worldwideweb of the internet.
Don't you have to be an 18-year-old high school student at some point, in order to graduate? I know I was 18 when I finished, and I was never held back.
Lot of schools won’t let you start Kindergarten if you are not a certain age by September. So yea I can see kids still being in school at age 18 or 19.
Plus some kids fail a few grades.
In fact, this whole "class" thing (blacks, women, sodomites) should be rejected, at least legally and constitutionally. The unconstitutional federal "sodomite rights" argument has been strengthened by the unconstitutional federal "civil rights" of blacks argument.
The only "class" the Constitution recognizes is former slaves (blacks) in the 13th and 14th Amendments. And the ONLY power the Constitution gives the feds regarding blacks is to forbid state laws requiring segregation. The feds have NO authority to interfere with any individual or state discrimination except state law requiring segregation.
What's it going to take to fix that problem?
If these deviates had done this to me they wouldn’t have to wait for the Kersey Brigade or the police, I would have left them in rotting in a field.
A second revolution.
Our Nation is so far from it’s founding documents that a revolution is the only thing that can set it right.
That, or a terrorist plane hitting a joint session of congress a-la Tom Clancy.....
Nonsense. The 14th Amendment does not limit itself either only to blacks or only to segregation. Section 1 of that Amendment says, in relevant part (emphasis added):
"No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
Now they get to experience what it feels like for real - in prison.
Yup, that's the view of the 20th Century Fabian Progressives who with no compelling constitutional reason to do so overturned long-held SCOTUS precedent (Slaughterhouse 1873).
The 14th Amendment was famously written hastily and badly. But Justice Miller got it right when he wrote the Supreme Court majority decision holding that Louisianas granting of a semi-monopoly in the slaughterhouse industry to one company was not a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment because the Fourteenth Amendment was established ONLY for the purpose of invalidating state laws that segregated blacks.
I graduated at 17.
“Don’t you have to be an 18-year-old high school student at some point, in order to graduate?”
No. My lady friend’s daughter started college at 16. Chemistry and Bio-mechanical Engineering.
- 1. 1st miracle: The political election process begins to work again because we have another, miraculous Third Great Awakening (because the root problem in our country is a spiritual one), or
- 2. If not, then a 2nd miracle: The Convention of States by the Citizens for Self Governance actually pass and implement the needed constitutional amendments, or
- 3. If not, certain states begin nullifying unconstitutional federal law with the requisite severing of financial ties to the federal government. If any state did that and put themselves on a limited government/limited tax basis, the free market would soon make that state very wealthy. The feds would need to borrow money from them. If Hong Kong, void of natural-resources, can do it, any state like Texas can do it.
From there, we're in God's hands.
I graduated at 17 from HS.
They’re into homosexual rape?
Lock them up with Big Turk, the one-eared serial killer with the muscles and tattoos, and let them get an object lesson in homosexual rape.
Maybe once their *ssholes are roughly the size of a Buick, they’ll understand a few new things about life.
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