Reading the attached story in the first post, the security guards were also charged with abduction, in addition to lynching. Just remember that prosecutors sometimes throw everything they can think of at a case or certain charges meant to establish public opinion more than truly reflect the nature of what occurred. There is also no way to know when media bias is adding misinformation or spin to a story. For right now all we really know is a guy died and three security guards were involved. I personally don't have much sympathy for people who have bad things happen to them when they are doing things that greatly increase your risk. Drunk off your butt "in the early morning hours" carries similar risks to "hey y'all, watch this", but to pass judgement based on newspaper stories isn't exactly prudent either.