The teens accused of fatally mowing down 64-year-old retired police chief Andreas Probst with a stolen car on Aug. 14 appeared in Las Vegas Justice Court on Thursday. Jesus Ayala, 18, and Jzamir Keys, 16, face a variety of charges including murder and are being tried as adults in the death penalty state.

According to police, Ayala, whose alleged inhumanity was caught on film, appeared wholly unrepentant upon being taken into custody, telling officers, “You think this juvenile [expletive] is gonna do some [expletive]? I’ll be out in 30 days, I’ll bet you,” reported KLAS-TV.

Ayala, whose criminal record in the juvenile system is substantial, added, “It’s just ah, [expletive] ah, hit-and-run — slap on the wrist.”

Las Vegas teen bet arresting officers he’d only receive a ‘slap on the wrists’ for mowing down 64-year-old former police chief in stolen car: Report – TheBlaze

They have been told they can get away with their crimes because (insert progressive excuse here) so they have no morals or fear retribution for doing their murderous deed.

And you know what? Until I see they are sent to Death Row, I will expect they will get that slap on the wrist.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “Two-Tiered Justice System collecting the obvious results.”
  1. Did the 16-year-old have a record, or not?
    If not, my guess is he looked up to and idolized the 18-year-old thug for being “so cool!”, and now that they’re both under arrest for (among other things) murder, he’s suddenly seeing the harsh reality of the justice system. Suddenly, it’s not “so cool!”
    If so, then this is just another instance of the two-tiered “justice” system churning out street criminals who get harder and less sympathetic with each trip to juvie or prison, until they finally do something that can no longer be ignored or wrist-slapped.
    The prosecutor and judge are in a bind right now. While the two suspects almost certainly had know way to know their victim was a retired police officer, their next move will send a message to the currently-serving LVPD officers: either the judge and DA have their backs and will strongly prosecute cop-killers, or they don’t and won’t.
    I wouldn’t bet on either outcome; it could go either way.

  2. Seems to me this is one way to ask for an, ah, unofficial visit sometime in the not too distant future.

  3. This happened in Nevada…which is still fairly conservative, at least compared to NY, Kali etc. Odds are these two morons will do hard time…a lot of it.

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