Judge refuses to release 4 accused of beating disabled youth

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Brittany Covington, Jordan Hill, Tanishia Covington, Tesfaye Cooper,

CHICAGO — A Chicago judge has refused to allow four black people recorded by a cellphone taunting and beating a mentally disabled white youth to leave jail, saying they are accused of such “terrible actions” that they are a danger to society.

Cook County Circuit Judge Maria Kuriakos Ciesil rebuked them during a Friday court appearance, asking: “Where was your sense of decency?”

The beating of an 18-year-old youth was captured on video by one of the assailants and has since been viewed millions of times on social media. The footage shows the suspects taunting the victim with profanities against white people and President-elect Donald Trump.

They are charged with two counts of committing a hate crime — one because of the victim’s race and the other because of his mental disabilities.

8 comments

  • Jeff hog

    About time we have a judge that can stand up to the liberal policy’s and keep these pieces of DUNG in jail. Go to trial and right back to prison where they belong. Nothing but useless, non contributing to society low life thugs.

  • #whitelivesmattermorebecausetheypayforstuff

    Maybe think about putting in some overtime today. This quartets rehab bill looks like it’s hitting the 7 figure mark. Business is booming at Uncle Sams orphanage.

  • grunt

    Where is Jesse Jackson? Where is Al Sharpton? Where is Barack Hussein Obama?
    All are strangely quiet on this.

    • dre

      they all have addressed this wtf does that mean? Do you want me to post the video of the white teenswho beat an tortured another white and it was quiet save you bias comments wrong is wrong.

  • marcus wilson

    that eliminates all these fools some people say you need brains for college by looking at them they still wear diapers

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