You won’t believe bail for teens who attacked cops!

Talk about a brazen attack on the police! Many Leftist in leadership will have a lot more blood on their hands, if this keeps up.

In Boston, two cops were serving a warrant when six of the friends of the criminal in question attacked the duo.

Two Boston police officers were hospitalized after they were attacked by six teenagers related to a person they were arresting, authorities said.

The officers, a woman and a man, went to an apartment in the city’s Roxbury neighborhood on Monday morning to serve a warrant on a 19-year-old man for defaulting on court appearances.

Seven people were arrested in all, including the person police were originally seeking, Woobenson Morrisset.

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Woobenson Morrisset, and Lorcen Morrisset, 18, who are accused of participating in the attack, were scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday. It’s not known if either has a lawyer.

The other teens, a 17-year-old boy and girls, ages 13, 14, 15, and 16, were arraigned on assault and battery on a police officer and other charges in juvenile court Tuesday. The 17-year-old was held on $500 bail and the bail for the other teens was set at $1.

$1 bail for attacking COPS! That certainly taught those cops a lesson for doing their jobs and serving a warrant. Lord knows the judge has made it clear that beating a cops butt is not that big of a deal.

 

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