Thursday, 7 November 2019

Shocking moment mother is kicked in the head and beaten unconscious in front of her children at a roller rink by couple who took her disabled son's skate frame

This is the sickening moment a mother is beaten unconscious at a Colorado skate rink after she confronted another woman about a plastic frame that was snatched from her son.
Monique Reetz got the device to help assist 13-year-old Raymond who was diagnosed with rare genetic disease, leukodystrophy, at birth.
But Reetz  says a fight started after she simply requested back the frame to help balance her son.
Videos show Alana Arguelles and her husband Alfredo beating Reetz as her young children, and many others, watched on in horror at Skate City in Colorado Springs.
'It felt like lightning bolts in my brain,' Reetz told KDVR about the brutal moment she was punched and kicked. 

Monique Reetz was attacked Saturday at Skate City, Colorado Springs, by a woman who took a skate training frame used to help her son who has leukodystrophy
Monique Reetz was attacked Saturday at Skate City, Colorado Springs, by a woman who took a skate training frame used to help her son who has leukodystrophy

Alana Arguelles was not charged for the fistfight but her husband Alfredo was arrested for third-degree assault and child abuse
Alana Arguelles was not charged for the fistfight but her husband Alfredo was arrested for third-degree assault and child abuse
Reetz explained: 'I went up to her and I said, 'Hey, did you take my son's rolly?' and she automatically started jumping crazy. Confrontational.'
A witness filmed the violent incident and Reetz is seen trying to defend herself against Arguelles.
At the same time Arguelles' husband is seen following the action, yelling: 'F**k that bitch up.'
Reetz's daughter is heard crying: 'Mommy, no!' 
But she is knocked out when Alfredo walks over to the fight and stomps on Reetz's head. 
Reetz is seen in the fistfight
Reetz was punched and kicked to the ground after she asked Alana Arguelles: 'Hey, did you take my son's rolly?'
Reetz was punched and kicked to the ground after she asked Alana Arguelles: 'Hey, did you take my son's rolly?'
Reet'z daughter is seen immediately running over to care for her mother as an employee rolls over to help the woman pinned to the floor.
'The most devastating thing is to do that in front of my daughter and son,' Reetz said. 
The mother was taken to hospital and was treated for internal bleeding as well as a concussion.
She shared on social media that the 'whole right side of my face is bruised from him'.
Monday Reetz explained to her Facebook followers: 'I just wanna say thank u alll for all the support!! This was very devastating not only for myself but especially for my kids! 
'They did not deserve to Go through that!! I would never put my children in a position like this but I had to protect myself when someone comes charging at me!!' 
She added in a comment: 'I hate that my kids had to go through that it’s not fair to them at all they will never forget this!' 
The attacker's husband Alfredo is seen stomping on Reetz's face
Her daughter rushed over before a member of staff came to help
The attacker's husband Alfredo is seen stomping on Reetz's face (left) after he yelled to his wife 'f**k that bitch up'. Her daughter rushed over before a member of staff came to help
The mother was taken to hospital and suffered internal bleeding as well as a concussion
The mother was taken to hospital and suffered internal bleeding as well as a concussion
The video was viewed more than 170,000 times by Wednesday and the suspects were identified. 
Alana Arguellas was not charged for the attack because it was a two-person fistfight, police said.
She has since denied the accuracy of the video, KRDO reports. 
Alfredo was arrested for third-degree assault and child abuse, Colorado Springs Police Department said.
He has since been released from custody. 
The roller rink owner has said a decision will be made on whether the couple is banned, based on the outcome of a police investigation. 

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