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Juvenile Justice recommends probation for teens accused of beating another student

The three teenagers caught on tape beating up a younger student on their school bus are all now charged with aggravated battery.
They appeared before a judge yesterday.
The did not have anything to say when they left the courtroom but one of their father's did.

"Consequences, just consequences is all I can say."                             
The teens were caught on a bus surveillance camera beating up a 13 year old boy in early July.
The victim's arm was broken in the attack.
The Juvenile Justice Department is recommending nine month probation and anger management for two of the boys -- while the third, the reported ring leader faces an additional robbery charge for allegedly stealing money from the victim after the beating.
The prosecution asked to enter the bus surveillance video as evidence to illustrate that the Juvenile Justice Department's proposed punishments don't match the severity of the crime.
The teens are due back in court August 27-th.