(Sept. 9) -- Eyewitness News has obtained a videotape copy of a series of fights involving the 311 Boyz gang. Members of the gang have been charged with the brutal attack on Stephen Tanner Hansen.
The entire tape is about 30 minutes long and it shows around 10 different fights between boys and girls. The court released the video and some disturbing photographs taken the night Stephen Tanner Hansen was attacked by the Summerlin area gang.
Home video taken by a member of the 311 Boyz gang shows a teenage boy yelling, "Line them up ****, line them up!"
There's taunting and fight after fight. Another boy stands between two other teenagers with their shirts off and yells, "Let's get it on!" and the two boys start pummeling each other.
This is a disturbing look into how members of the 311 Boyz gang spent their nights this summer. The video shows some kids getting threatened. One boy is shown trying to get away as gang members yell," Kill him, ******* whoop his ass!"
The video shows the boy being chased and then nearly being hit by a car. The driver honks his horn and startles the boys. The teens even taped several fights between girls. You can hear the boys egging them on in the background. "Rip her shirt off! Rip her shirt off!" they yell.
At the end of the tape, the teens identify themselves. "311 Boyz" is heard several times during the fights.
The District Attorney's office says the video will most likely be submitted as evidence against the nine boys charged with the attempted murder of Stephen Tanner Hansen. Photographs released by the court today show the bloody car seat where Hansen was sitting the night he was allegedly attacked by the gang.
Other photos document where a rock shattered the windshield. That rock hit Hansen in the head. One of the most disturbing photos shows what Hansen looked like after the attack. The rock shattered all the bones in his face. A bone is protruding out of the side of his face and his forehead is caved in.
While the videotaped fights aren't related to the attack on Hansen, prosecutors believe this tape will help their case by showing the violent behavior of the teens.
The video was obtained during a search warrant. The D.A. says the reason the media could obtain a copy is because it was submitted to the court by the prosecution during a bail motion and it is a matter of public record.
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