Entitled Teen Throws Rocks at Cops… Gets a BRUTAL Response! [VIDEO]

Entitled Teen Throws Rocks at Cops… Gets a BRUTAL Response! [VIDEO]

This kid is 14 yrs-old and well beyond the age of “knowing better”, and yet…he still decided throwing rocks at police officers would be okay. Now, he is being held responsible for his disrespectful actions and I think it’s safe to say he’s regretting his stupid choice, as he should be. He is being charged with aggravated battery on a peace officer, but this is what his defense attorney has to say about the charge…see if you agree.

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From KRGE:

After the dust settled from the riot following Donald Trump’s Albuquerque speech, the search was on, for 30 suspects the Albuquerque Police Department says targeted their officers. So far they’ve arrested three, including 14-year-old Marcus Griego.

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“The commander actually witnessed Marcus throw a rock directly and hit the sergeant that was standing next to him,” said APD Spokesperson Celina Espinoza.

APD says a picture of Griego was taken after the rock was thrown and that officers confronted him.

Espinoza said, “My understand is that Marcus kinda laughed it off and kinda just pretended it wasn’t a big deal.”

Griego is charged with two felony counts of aggravated battery on a peace officer. His defense attorney says Griego did go to the Trump protest but denied to his parents that he threw a rock.

he District Attorney’s Office intends to prosecute the 14-year-old as an adult. His attorney says that’s an over-reaction, and felony charges are too much. APD seems to agree.

“We don’t want to make an example out of a 14-year-old. We want to be able to guide and lead him in the right direction,” said Espinoza.

APD is open to lesser punishments like having Griego go on ride-alongs or work at the horse stables but his attorney says prosecutors seem like they’re going for the jugular in this case.

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14 years-old is no little child. Throw the book at him. Let it be an education to him. Getting angry for an injustice by the government is one thing, but trying to infringe on the free speech rights of those you disagree with is UNACCEPTABLE. He needs to learn that life is not a free ride. If he does not learn now, he will be be an adult soon and guess what kind of adult he’ll be? Am I being too harsh?

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