RIVERHEAD, N.Y (WPIX) -- A petite and frail-looking Rosario Lucero traveled all the way from Ecuador to face the seven Patchogue teens accused in the brutal racially motivated beating and stabbing death of her son Marcelo Lucero back in November.

But the heartbroken mother didn't get to see Jeffrey Conroy the one accused of stabbing Lucero, she only saw the two teens that are free on bail.

While it wasn't mandatory for Conroy and the four others held in jail, to be present for a pretrial conference, Nicholas Hausch and Jordan Dasch did show, but kept their backs turned to Rosario Lucero.

Speaking through a translator, Lucero described the pain of losing her son, to what has been called a hate-fueled pack of thugs that regularly cruised the streets of Patchogue looking to attack hispanics.

"He was to her the biggest thing in her life, he was the moral support, the economic support, he was everything to her," Lucero said through a translator.

Not only did Hausch and Dasch not face the grieving mom during proceedings, they didn't offer any condolences outside of court.

"As far as an apology that would involve culpability and that's never been our position," said Nicholas Hausch's attorney Jason Bassett.

Rosario Lucero and her daughter Isabel hope to stay in the country to attend upcoming court dates.

"They're here to see Marcelo Lucero's bedroom, to see his clothing, to see what he left behind, to see the things that they would have loved to have seen if he were still here, if he were still alive," said Fernando Mateo of Hispanics Across America. "But that only brings back the memories of when he was here and that saddens them the most."

Rosario Lucero went on to say not only does she feel bad for the loss of her son, she feels bad for the mothers of the suspects. Those suspects all face lengthy prison sentences if convicted.