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Teenage gang charged under lynching law after 'savage attack on 18-year-old student'


Four members of a teenage gang have been charged under a state's lynching law after allegedly beating an 18-year-old student so badly he required facial reconstruction surgery.
South Carolina prosecutors have charged the boys with second-degree assault and battery by mob, a crime which until last year was known as lynching.
The eight members of the gang, the youngest of whom is just 13, allegedly set upon Carter Strange in a parking lot as he jogged back to his home in Columbia.

They allegedly turned themselves in after surveillance footage of the gang roaming the streets in the area was released on local television.
The savage attack left Carter so badly injured his mother, Vicki, almost didn't recognise him when she saw him lying on his hospital bed.


Added: Jun-26-2011 Occurred On: Jun-26-2011
By: Zipper10
Regional News
Tags: Teenage, gang, charged, beating, lynching, attack,
Location: South Carolina, United States (load item map)
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