17 year old soccer player kills referee with one punch.
One punch and a man is dead.
Ricardo Portillo, 46, was refereeing a youth soccer match near Salt Lake City when he called a penalty against the goalie. He issued the teen a yellow card, and the player retaliated by punching Portillo in the jaw, NBC's Salt Lake City affiliate KSL reports.
Portillo died after being in a week-long coma. Court records obtained by KSL state that an autopsy revealed his death was "a result of injuries related to the blow to his head."
Portillo, who leaves behind three daughters and four grandchildren.
Then we have this gem.
A 17 year old beats a cop to death.
The 17-year-old arrested in the violent beating death of an El Paso police officer last month is now charged with capital murder, court records show.
A state district court grand jury indicted Juan Antonio Gonzalez on Tuesday in connection with the brutal beating of Officer Jonathan Molina, 29, on Sept. 25 on a Central El Paso street. Molina died nine days after the attack.
According to court documents, Molina suffered a fractured skull, internal head injuries and multiple facial fractures.Yeah, innocent 17 year olds. I enlisted in the marines when I was 17. By my 18th Birthday, 8 weeks into the 13 week term, I knew how to choke someone to death, how to shoot them at long range, shoot someone at close range with a .45 and how to use a bayonet up close and personal. Skills that I have never had to use.