The Discovery Channel had a show years ago called Most Evil. You can stream it on Discovery+.
A psychiatrist puts killers on a numbered scale based on evil. For example, someone like Ted Bundy is level 1, the most evil.
I bring up the show because I thought of it when I saw Jesus Ayala and Jzamir Keys, the two teens accused of killing retired police chief Andreas Probst, as they live-streamed it, taunted and laughed at the victim’s family in court.
More courtroom footage of the teens who killed retired police chief Andreas Probst (while they livestreamed it)
Laughing and taunting the family of their victim. No remorse and no soul.
They deserve the chair. Nothing less. pic.twitter.com/8ec5Pd7Tp6
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) October 25, 2023
The teens live-streamed their exploits on August 14, stealing cars and targeting civilians. They laughed when they ran over Probst:
Just moments later, the video appear to show the teens yelling ‘hit his ass’ and running over Probst who was cycling in a bike lane. This video which police said was recorded by Keys went viral after being posted on social media.
“The laughing, them saying ‘get his ass’- all of that has haunted me ever since,” said Taylor Probst, the daughter of Andreas Probst, to ABC News.
They also hit and injured a 72-year-old cyclist.
It doesn’t end there. Ayala jokes with the arresting officer in the car:
“Are you sure you already found the person who did it?” said Ayala to the officer in the beginning of the interaction.
“I got him in my car,” the officer replied back.
“I don’t know what you’re talking about,” said Ayala.
“It’s okay. We got so much surveillance footage,” said the officer back.
Ayala then repeatedly asks how long he will be detained and is jovial about the situation. He even asks the officer to get him something to eat saying he is hungry.
“Is it really that serious?” Ayala asked the officer.
“Yeah it is,” the officer replied back.
“Supposedly for me crashing a car?” said Ayala.
“It’s a lot worse than that,” said the officer.
The officer tells Ayala he will probably be sentenced to 20 to 30 years in prison.
“I’m not lying or being dramatic,” said the officer. “I don’t understand why you choose this life. I mean you’re like 17. You have your whole life ahead of you. You already got some face tattoos. You’re already committing some crimes. Like, why?”
Ayala seemingly expects easier treatment as a juvenile. He was 17 on the day of the crimes.
“You think this juvenile sh** is going to do something? I’ll be out in 30 days. I bet you,” said Ayala.
“You might be out of juvenile, but you’ll be moved over to adult jail because of how bad it is,” said the officer.
“Just a fu***** hit and run. Slap on the wrist,” said Ayala. “Why you got to lie and say it’s something serious? It’s not that serious.”
"You think I might come out on the news?"
New video showing 18-year-old Jesus Ayala joking around with a Metro officer in a police car during his arrest for the killing of retired police chief Andreas Probst. @KTNV pic.twitter.com/utvl5QbpjD
— Jaewon Jung (@jaewonnews) October 23, 2023
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