COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- A judge sentenced a Mableton man to five years in prison for punching out a Pebblebrook High football coach in Oct. 2008.
Ronald Lee will also have to serve 10 years of probation for the attack.
The judge could have sentenced Lee to 20 years in prison.
Prosecutors said the attack happened after the coach made the defendant’s son run sprints after practice."I didn't say a word. I turned and when I turned that's when he stepped closer and he hit me," said Preston Moses in court Tuesday. The sucker-punch. The classic nigger combat technique.
Moses is the assistant football coach at Pebblebrook High School. During the 2008 season, he made Ronald Lee’s son run wind-sprints as discipline for missing part of a class. Days later, Moses testified, the father punched him out without provocation. The coach’s 7-year-old son was right beside him.