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The video shows Carr dragging Joyner-Francis by her long, braided hair through a handicap-accessible stall in the bathroom.
Carr swings her arms and lands punches onto the head and torso of Joyner-Francis, who was on the floor clutching her purse.
Wright was found not delinquent after Coonin said there was insufficient evidence to show she participated in the plan.
At the center of the prosecution's case was cellphone video of the assault.
"I know her phone had been stolen, and there was a big fight. Neighbors said they heard 15 to 17 shots and saw a large group of young people, almost all of them white, fleeing the scene in upscale cars, including a BMW.
They were coming here, I guess, to fight one more time."Friends and family poured out their grief on Facebook."Your smile was beautiful, your laugh was contagious and your soul was simply amazing! I can't believe that someone can just take you out of this world. Most of the cars had Mississippi plates, witnesses said.
During the trial, the attorneys litigated questions such as what a “reasonable” person should expect as a result of a fight, what type of clothing is worn by kids preparing to fight, and whether Joyner-Francis was a participant in the fight.
Coonin said he hopes that by banning both from social media while they are serving their sentences, it will help them regain an "appropriate appreciation" for others and understand the effect of social media.“I hope, with this sentence, that you can gain the tools to understand and perhaps help others so this horrible event does not get repeated," Coonin said.Furthermore, evidence presented during trial – including threatening messages posted by Snow on social media saying “we gonna get her” – demonstrated Carr and Snow were planning to attack Joyner-Francis, Coonin said.After Monday's sentencing, Deckers declined to comment.November 2, 2016 - Holly Dean and Lee Wooley, her fiance, comfort each other at the scene where Alana Tello, a 16-year-old student at Horn Lake High School, was shot and killed. Alana Tello's last evening began at Mc Donald's in Horn Lake and ended hours later in a Memphis park where the 16-year-old, who would have been 17 Thursday, was shot to death in a dispute apparently stemming from a stolen cell phone, according to a lifelong friend.Tello was pronounced dead at a park at 5226 Zodiac after a situation that began around p.m. Five other victims — all from Mississippi — were shot.