Reports say Tom Keneaster was attacked after 16-year-old Alferis Coby requested toilet paper. Coby allegedly beat the guard, took his keys and released Deionthay Harper and Jahrell West.
The manhunt continues for West.
• 52.2 percent of homicides are committed by black; nearly all by young black males who comprise about four percent of the nation's population. Still, the predatory left complains that blacks are unfairly incarcerated.
• The mainstream Marxist media refuses to accurately portray violent black teens on television and in the cinema. The nation's education venues assure us that black criminals are victims of white privilege.
The escape was reported Nov. 16, 2015 and occurred at Harris County Juvenile Detention Center Sunday
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Two of the three teens who escaped from the Harris County Juvenile Detention Center Sunday have been captured.
Alferis Coby and Deionthay Harper, both 16, were caught by the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force.
"They wasn't doing their job," Harper said when asked how they escaped. He told KHOU 11 News it was a mistake and he won't do it again.
Jahrell West, also 16, is still on the run and he's considered dangerous.
Authorities were especially concerned about Coby. They say he has a lack of empathy, is extremely aggressive and is considered to be a high risk for psychopathic behavior. Coby was charged with capital murder for allegedly killing a man at a Midtown nightclub earlier this year.
Meanwhile, the guard who was beaten by the 16-year-old ringleader Sunday said he remembers little about the attack – other than the pain.
Coby beat 61-year-old Tom Keneaster unconscious and used the guard's keys to free the other two inmates.
Keneaster said he's been dealing with aggressive kids since the Harris County juvenile detention facility opened about 10 years ago in downtown Houston. But nothing like what happened Sunday.
"I had a tooth knocked out and a little bit of fracture in the face," Keneaster said.
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