Ten police departments respond to massive brawl at Ohio movie theater [VIDEO]
Nearly 200 to 300 juveniles got into a huge fight Friday evening at the Cinemark movie theater in Valley View, Ohio. In a video taken by a bystander, one youth can be seen pounding another one over and over, holding him down on the ground. Valley View Police Chief Matthew March said it took 10 police departments to handle the commotion. After the outbreak started, theater security and police moved the youth outside. The juveniles became agitated since they had paid for tickets, so the theater began reimbursing them.
According to News Net 5,
March said officers began telling people inside of nearby restaurants to stay inside for their safety and some restaurants were even told to lock their doors.
A NewsChannel5 photographer reported he was told to leave the property when he first arrived because it was “not safe.”
The photographer reported at the time people were being lined up along a wall by police.
Where were the parents of these juvenile delinquents? Parents should know where their teenagers are at all times and who they are hanging out with. If this movie theater had a reputation as a gang hangout, it should be off limits for kids. Sadly, most parents have been told by the left that it’s not their fault if their kids get into trouble, and better to err on the side of say anything, do anything, otherwise you’re being too judgmental. Watch the horrific beating below.
Rachel Alexander is the editor of Intellectual Conservative. She is a senior editor at The Stream, and is a regular contributor to Townhall, the Selous Foundation for Public Policy Research, and The Christian Post, and provides weekend news items for Right Wing News. She frequently appears on TV and news radio as a conservative commentator. She is a recovering attorney and former gun magazine editor. She previously served as a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona, corporate attorney for Go Daddy Software, and Special Assistant/Deputy County Attorney for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. As co-president of the UW Political Science Honor Society, she obtained degrees in Political Science and History from the University of Washington, followed by a law degree from Boston College and the University of Arizona. She was ranked by Right Wing News as one of the 50 Best Conservative Columnists from 2011-2016.