Seven New York teenagers caught on video that defeated Khaseen Morris (photo), 16, after he was stabbed to death, were charged last week for crimes for their role in the horrific murder on September 16
The seven New York teenagers caught on video reporting the defeat of a defenseless 16-year-old boy who was stabbed to death, are charged with crimes for their role in the horrific murder on September 16 that went viral on social media.
Police say Tyler Flach, 18, from Lido Beach, New York, is the man who threw a knife into the heart of 16-year-old Khaseen Morris several times outside of a Long Island mall two weeks ago before seven co-conspirators the unarmed and surpassed teenager while an estimated 50 bystanders watched and did nothing but broadcast the deadly encounter on Snapchat.
The alleged accomplices of Flach – Haakim Mechan, 19, Marquis Stephens, Jr. and Javonte Neals, both 18, Taj Woodruff and Sean Merritt, both 17 – were arrested last week and charged with second-rate gang attack.
Two additional 16-year-olds who also received charges for a crime attack were not identified because they are minors.
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Tyler Flach (left), 18, from Lido Beach, New York, is the man who stabbed a knife several times in the heart of 16-year-old Khaseen Morris two weeks ago outside a Long Island shopping mall. He was arrested and charged with murder days after the incident. Taj Woodruff (right), 17, was one of the seven teenagers charged last week for gang attack for beating and kicking Morris after being stabbed
Javonte Neals (left) and Marquis Stephens Jr. (right), both 18, were accused of gang attack for their role in the deadly attack on Morris on September 16 outside a Long Island comic center
Haakim Mechan (left), 19, and Sean Merritt, 17, were charged last week for gang attack for their role in Morris' death. All seven accomplices were sued Saturday in Hempstead, New York's first district court
None of the seven accomplices are gang members, the police said. Their attack on gangs relates to the group allegedly committing a violent act together.
All seven suspects of gang attacks were sued Saturday in Hempstead, New York's first district court. The Morris family attended the court hearing before they went to a local funeral home to say goodbye the same day.
Allegedly hundreds of mourners were accompanied who remembered the 16-year-old as an energetic young man full of life with a bright future ahead of him.
& # 39; He wanted to go to college for photography, & # 39; told Khaseen & # 39; s sister, Kedeemah Morris Pix 11 on Saturday, her hair was decorated with purple flowers – the favorite color of her deceased brother. & # 39; He has drawn a lot. He wrote music. He loved to dance. He was a comedian. He was probably the funniest person you would ever meet in your life …
The family and friends of Khaseen Morris, 16, laid his body to rest on Saturday after a ceremony at Tower Funeral Home on Long Island, New York
Khaseen's sister, Kedeemah Morris, said her brother wanted to study photography at the university
Family and lovers of Khaseen Morris leave Hempstead, the first district court of New York after the assertion of its attackers on Saturday
Khaseen Morris supporters will be in Hempstead, New York's first district court, on Saturday
& # 39; I'm going to miss everything about my brother, & # 39; she added. & # 39; I saw it just before it happened. I wish I had told him to stay home. & # 39;
The sadistic voyeuristic dispute allegedly started about the ex-girlfriend of another juvenile. Researchers said that Flach is an & # 39; employee & # 39; belonged to the girl's ex-boyfriend, who was perhaps jealous of Morris' friendship with the girl.
& # 39; It was completely unnecessary. It just shouldn't have happened & # 39 ;, Morris family friend Jakye Walters said WABC TV. & # 39; & # 39; (Khaseen) was just a nice person who was really funny, who loved life. & # 39;
Flach was arrested three days after the incident and charged with murder. He and Stephens are being held in Nassau County prison.
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