Knock-Out Game Case Dismissed After Witness Skips Court – 7 Teens Celebrate Outside Court (Video)

Seven St. Louis teens are now free after viciously beating a local man in the knock-out game. A key witness did not show up for court on Wednesday.
KMOV reported:

Seven teens all between the ages of 12 and 14 are now free after they were accused of beating a 52-year-old man as part of the so-called “knock-out game.”

The attack happened on October 21st, leaving Matt Quain with a broken jaw, several stitches and a black eye.

Prosecutors had no choice but to drop the case when the key witness, a 13-year-old girl, failed to show up for court Monday.

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay was the first person on the scene in late October after a local man was beat unconscious by the teen mob.

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