Baez Brothers Attack AA Pilot at Miami Airport After Being Kicked Off Plane



Will Jose Baez have some new clients? If Baez takes a break from his 24-7 attempts at shilling marketing attempts for himself and Casey Anthony, there might be a couple of people who are in need of his services. As fate would have it, they have the same name. It could be the latest version of ‘My Cousin Vinnie’, or in this case … Jose. How do you say, “the two yutes” in Spanish?

Hey Jose, there are two dudes in need of you’re lawyering skills … maybe you can convince a Miami-Dade jury that they were not drunk, they were suffereing from mental anguish of being molested by George Anthony or nearly drowning in a pool when they were yutes. Good grief.

Hat Tip: Klaas

The Baez brothers, Jonathan and Luis, attacked an American Airlines pilot and a flight attendant after being kicked off a plane at Miami International Airport. They were then arrested for the assault and making threats. The incident occurred after a flight attendant tried to get Jonathan Baez to buckle his seat belt prior to take off. However, Baez was unresponsive because he was three sheets to the wind, hammered, blatto, drunk. Baez was groggy and non-compliant as he refused to fasten his seat belt. The plane discontinued taxing and went back to the terminal where the two were tossed off the plane and the violence began.

A pair of thuggish brothers brutally attacked an American Airlines pilot after he kicked one of them off a plane for being passed out drunk, officials said.

Jonathan and Luis Baez, both of Las Piedras, Puerto Rico, were arrested at Miami International Airport on Wednesday night for the assault, which left the pilot bruised and bloodied and delayed the San Francisco-bound flight more than two hours.

Want a sure fire way to get arrested, threaten a pilot on a plane that you are “going to kill them”. Obviously these two thugs missed September 11. Jonathan and Luis Baez were whisked off to Miami-Dade County jail on $9,000 bond and $12,500 bond on assault and battery charges. I guess its safe to say that the Baez brothers will have their American Airline frequent flier miles revoked and wont be using them again any time soon.

He was apparently barely compliant at that point,” American Airlines spokesman Tim Smith said. “He was exhibiting symptoms of intoxication. He was not walking well when he went up the aisle.”

Luis Baez, 29, decided to follow his brother, and the two screamed obscenities at the pilot.

“When you fly to San Juan, I will have you killed,” one of the goons shouted, according to police.

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  • Comments

    9 Responses to “Baez Brothers Attack AA Pilot at Miami Airport After Being Kicked Off Plane”

    1. Bill B on July 29th, 2011 7:23 am

      Boy if they could of just made it to San Francisco Aunt Nancy may have been able to save them. To bad.

    2. Klaasend on July 29th, 2011 7:37 am

      Since Jose Baez is from Puerto Rico and so are these two thugs there’s a very good possibility they are at least distantly related.

      If related would he then have to recuse himself? LOL :-)

    3. Greg the Great on July 29th, 2011 9:19 am

      They are related. look at those ears, shape of heads. DNA would prove it 100%!

    4. MalteseMom on July 29th, 2011 10:23 am

      They could very well be related….they all have the same distinctive hairline.

    5. rightknight on July 29th, 2011 11:49 am

      Two classless thugs acting as terrorists get
      tiny bond assessments. Wonder if these lowlife
      loons are living on our Social Security money
      as well?

    6. brie. on July 29th, 2011 12:29 pm

      Maybe Baez could fix one of them up with Casey! That would be her type!

    7. Waterboy on July 30th, 2011 12:44 am

      Just kidding of course, but I think my son went to pre-school with these two.

      They beat him up every day, until my son and I had a talk about releasing a 55-gallon drum of whoop-ass, and my son and his preschool comrades beat the two senseless every day before lunch. They renamed them Black and Blue.

      Maybe that’s what happed to them. It’s all pre-schools fault. Life is so cruel. Life is just so hard.


    8. methinks on July 31st, 2011 9:01 am

      Wow, they really do look alike. cousins? bro’s,

    9. Dave L on June 21st, 2012 12:50 pm

      Dear Scaredmonkeys,
      Along the same lines,, We use the term brother in so many ways now, so much that I think we overuse it. Brother is a family component, a sibling designation, and used in scouting, church work and Union activities. In each of these areas the meaning is similar. In my opinion the strongest meaning of brothers is the family use and the military use. In both cases the bond is so strong that both men involved would ignore danger to preserve the life or safety of the other. I wish this bond was as strong in all instances of the use of the term brother. Unfortunately the bonds in the non family and church senses are far weaker. In families we hear stories of brothers attacking predators with bare hands and primitive weapons to save a sibling. Countless brothers confront bullies to defend siblings. In the family area brothers are important and appreciated. In church we call each other in the congregation brothers and sisters and in many cases the bond is weak. Many brothers and sisters in church avoid each other outside of church and while in church put on fake smiles and feign love for each other while concealing disdain or even bigotry. There are many examples of religious violence within denominations in most religions in the world.

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