A Florida man charged with animal abuse and child cruelty earlier this year has regained temporary custody of the teen daughter. ABC 3 reports that Damon Becnel has been fighting for custody over the past several months after his daughter was taken away from him in January over child and animal abuse claims. The videos allegedly painted a disturbing picture of what went on at the home behind closed doors. Inside sources reveal brand new bombshell information. Click here to watch.
Man Brutally Beaten By 11 Teens, State Attorney “Wouldn’t Touch” Case
The middle school football teammates admitted participating in the beating and stomping of Pat Mahaney on Aug. Mahaney has since died. The six teens, who told police when they were arrested that they were "bored," were 13 at the time of the beating. Mahaney was walking to his North College Hill, Ohio, home from a store when he was attacked. Mahaney was picked, Champion told Judge Sylvia Hendon, because he was available and looked vulnerable.
Her status as a bullied murder victim attracted substantial media scrutiny in Canada. Virk was first swarmed by a group of "friends. Glowatski was given a life sentence after being convicted of second-degree murder. Sim Ellard was tried three times. The verdict of her third trial, a conviction, was set aside.
Michael James, the last of the teens charged in the North College Hill "bored" beating case was sentenced today. James earlier pleaded guilty to felonious assault in exchange for prosecutors dropping an aggravated riot charge. Judge Sylvia Hendon sentenced James to probation and a complete mental health diagnostic program. However, she said, "this court is supposed to rehabilitate children, not break them. That should end the controversial court case that saw Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter kick Enquirer reporters out of the public courtroom in what she said was a move to protect the six charged in the case.