Bosler: Jobless frustrations prompted attack.
Count assault suspect John Bosler among the 99 percent
. Perhaps if he'd had a constructive way to voice his frustration -- like today's Occupy Wall Street protesters -- we wouldn't have to report the following:
Last week, the 33-year-old Bosler, of Jefferson County, pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree assault for attacking his parents. The crime occurred in February when Bosler reportedly got into an argument with his father over his joblessness.
According to KSDK
, Bosler struck his father several times on the head with a metal pipe. He then grabbed a butcher knife from the kitchen and stabbed his dad before reportedly turning his attention on his mom -- chasing her about the home and slashing her on the hand before ending the attack.
Bosler is to be sentenced on January 18.