According to this article, police in Garland, Texas arrested 34 people and charged them with “riot participation/aggravated assault/serious bodily injury, a second-degree felony punishable by two to 20 years in prison.” The fight was organized on the internet and subsequently videotaped.
I obviously haven’t seen the fight, so I don’t care about the details. My focus of entertainment here is two-fold. First, criminals are stupid. It’s almost universally understood that when two or more suspects commit a crime, they will videotape it. Note to criminals: your ego is not your best friend.
Second, I could not pass up this gem. I had to read it more than once to fully comprehend the essence of the statement.
Diana Rodriguez said her husband, Garland High senior Daniel Moncilla, didn’t hit anyone.
No explanation needed, that’s outstanding.