Last month, you may have seen the viral video of two teens mowing down a retired police officer.

It happened in Las Vegas, where Jesus Ayala and Jzamir Keys stole a car.

The two teens were in the car and started recording themselves.

They saw a man, legally cycling in the bike lane.

Then, one of them said, “Yeah, hit his ass!”

And they sped up the car and mowed over the cyclist, killing him.

It turns out the cyclist was a retired police officer from California who is widely respected in his community.

But if you can believe it, it gets worse.

Today, the two teens were in court.

They showed absolutely zero remorse.

In fact, they smirked at each other in court.

They laughed, mockingly.

They grinned at the victim’s surviving family members, even flipping them off as they left the courtroom.

What has happened to the world?

How can teenagers think that killing a grown man is “funny”?


Where are their parents?

Hopefully the judge and the jury make the right decision.

Blaze Media has more details on this horrifying incident:

Jzamir Keys, 16, and Jesus Ayala, 18, are accused of fatally mowing down 64-year-old retired police chief Andreas Probst with a stolen car on Aug. 14 — a horrific slaying caught on film, along with the duo’s maniacal laughter. In court Tuesday, the alleged murderers kept on laughing.

The victim’s daughter, Taylor Probst, was present at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas for the hearing. She indicated that Keys and Ayala “did not respect the court whatsoever. … They were just d**king around the entire time,” reported KSNV-TV.

The duo apparently also taunted the victim’s grieving family.

“They (the defendants) were flipping us off,” continued Taylor Probst. “They were snickering, laughing, trying to mad-dog us and intimidate us, which didn’t work.”

Taylor Probst said, “It just makes him look bad,” referencing Ayala’s rude gestures to the family. “How can you sit there after taking a man’s life and act like such an entitled p***k?”

Crystal Probst, the victim’s widow, said she didn’t let the teens bother her despite their apparent efforts to intimidate the family, reported the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Folks, this is why the “Culture Wars” matter.

Our culture is getting more and more callous, violent, and hateful.

The left keeps promoting ideas that lead to the destruction of the nuclear family as well as the destruction of the moral code of society.

If something isn’t done, this new generation will wreak even more havoc upon the world.

To be clear, today was not the court date.

Today was simply an appearance.

It is unsure when the actual trial will take place, but it appears that public opinion is rapidly turning against the two teenagers.

The New York Post confirms the callousness of these young adults:

Two Las Vegas teens accused of fatally running over a retired police chief laughed at each other, smiled, and seemingly flipped off their victim’s family during a court hearing earlier this week.

Jesus Ayala, 18, and Jzamir Keys, 16, were back in court on Tuesday more than two months after they allegedly recorded themselves intentionally plowing into Andreas Probst, a 64-year-old retired police chief, who was out on a morning bike ride.


The teens’ antics began when they sat down for the hearing in Clark County court, covering the right side of their faces to hide themselves from the cameras before appearing to cover their mouths to suppress their laughter.

The teens, who were both minors when Probst was killed, were charged with murder and are being tried as adults.

Probst’s family slammed the teens’ appalling actions, saying they “really had no remorse.”

Given that they murdered a retired cop in cold blood, the teens already face serious penalties.

But they did themselves no favors by laughing in court and blatantly disrespecting and mocking the officer’s family.

So what do you think their sentence should be?

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