I appreciate everyone's strong emotions on this....there is in fact no law broken and nothing to "report", this is purely a case of bad horse management.
I now have some control over the two worse colts, the one with that bad leg and another that's mouth was one of the worst. I have pulled all of the cheat grass that I can, check and flush their mouths once a day. They are eating and the one with out the bad leg(Manny) is doing very well.
To make things simpler, I have named them...the bad leg is named Maverick and the other is Manny.
I am concerned with Maverick tho. He is eating OK, have him on real nice timothy hay and trying to get him to eat some senior grain, soaked. He is on antibiotics and I am treating the leg wound two-three times a day. He is coming into the barn at night and blanketed and turned out in a little paddock with Manny during the day. He is drinking and his manure is semi normal. It tends to be lighter in color and he is not digesting the hay as well as Manny.
Today I noticed that the left side of his scrotum was swelled up a bit. I usually own mares so I don't know if this is an issue from the infection in his leg and/or health or if it's just him growing... It is swollen on the same side as his leg wound.
Still working on obtaining ownership, so that I don't have to fight to give him any treatment. Trying to get them to ok the vitamins. His urine is a little on the thick side but not horribly stinky. Finally his gums are a normal color and his eyes are brightening up. Think the vitamins will really do him some good.