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Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Extreme Bullying: Any Given Day in the Ugly File
From The Ugly File:
Here is a story that maybe you can just not read.
This is gruesome and mean. Stories like this, however, have become ubiquitous.
maybe you can listen to this song first. Then beware...
CLAYTON, Mo. — A St. Louis County man has been convicted of
beating and sexually humiliating two
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 22-year-old
Nicholas Nettles of Northwoods was the last of four defendants. The men held
the teens in a home for several hours in October 2011, recording the attacks
and posting them on Facebook.
Police say the teens, ages 16 and 17, were tied to a chair
with duct tape, thrown down stairs, beaten with sticks and burned with
cigarettes. They were forced to shower naked together, kiss each other and
stand outdoors wearing girls' underwear. Nettles was convicted Wednesday of
eight crimes, including kidnapping, sexual exploitation of a minor and
third-degree assault. Sentencing is Jan. 31.
The victims knew their attackers. The crime was reported
after a mother saw her son looking at a Facebook posting.
Defense attorneys claimed it was horseplay that got out of hand.
But prosecutor Sheila Whirley said the crime was
"extreme bullying" and "worse than bullying. This is criminal
conduct that goes beyond bullying. They just wanted to victimize