Skin color has become an excuse for bad behavior as criminals who assault police are treated like heroes, the trend may slow down if cases like this are seen in the media as backfiring on those who commit them.
The Times Union reported:
Three black University of Albany students were indicted for allegedly lying about an altercation on a CDTA bus that gained national attention and divided the school along racial lines.
A subsequent criminal investigation and footage from cameras on the bus that early morning in January dispelled those claims and appeared to show that the friends were the aggressors, according to Albany County District Attorney David Soares’ office.
Twenty-year-olds Ariel Agudio, Asha Burwell, and Alexis Briggs will be arraigned in County Court before Judge Stephen Herrick. They previously pleaded not guilty in March to similar charges in City Court.
The indictment alleges that around 1 a.m., while aboard a CTDA bus on the UAlbany campus, the women struck and injured a 19-year-old female passenger.
The indictment also alleges Agudio repeatedly struck and attempted to injure a 19-year-old male passenger and attempted to hurt two other female passengers, ages 18 and 20.
Burwell also is charged with allegedly having physical contact with a 19-year-old male passenger.
The three also falsely reported the incident to law enforcement, the indictment states, after they got off the bus. They repeated the allegations in days following the incident that cast the school into the national spotlight and prompted a rally where Burwell appeared with Briggs and Agudio and tearfully demanded justice.
They should be jailed for a couple of years as an example for other young people.
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