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Three New Mexico teenagers accused of beating to death two men who were sleeping in a vacant lot giggled as they delivered their blows, a survivor of the vicious attack told NBC News on Monday. "They thought it was funny," the victim, who goes by the nickname Skeets, said after he returned to the Albuquerque crime scene. "They were giggling and laughing at us, mocking us, calling us homeless. I said, 'I don't know why you guys are bothering us. We didn't do nothing to you guys.'" ...Alex Rios, 18, Nathaniel Carillo, 16 and Gilbert Tafoya, 15, were arrested shortly after the bodies were found and confessed — admitting they had been attacking the homeless for a year and had assaulted dozens in just the last few months, according to court papers. ...The suspects variously estimated the attack went on anywhere between 20 minutes and an hour. Afterward, the 16-year-old scooped up dirt, put it on the beaten men's faces and said, "Eat mud, bitch," the youngest teen told police, the court papers say. ...
Sometimes I wonder whether we have a generation of sociopaths.
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