Scary New School Bullying Video—The Victim Got Suspended, Too! Why??

Wed, March 16, 2011 3:10pm EST by 7 Comments

In this controversial new video, a boy is taunted and punched repeatedly—then he just can’t take it anymore!

This new video of a school boy being abused by a bully has gone viral and sparked a major controversy. After being taunted, punched and kicked, the victim can’t take it anymore and he body-slams the bully. But both of these students were suspended! The victim was suspended for 4 days for resorting to a violent retaliation. Do you think that’s fair??

The bully was suspended for 21 days after school officials saw the video, but still—we’re not sure the victim should have been punished at all! What do you think??

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Poetry

Posted at 7:53 AM on April 6, 2012  

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Dotty

Posted at 11:25 AM on May 2, 2011  

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subrosa

Posted at 3:42 AM on April 22, 2011  

Everyone, including the author of this blog, needs to stop and reconsider the effects of the message you’re sending. We’re not doing the victim of this attack any favors by encouraging his behavior. Did anyone see the size difference between the two?? If he takes the advice you’re espousing here, he will resort to that kind of “self-defense” again and could easily wind up killing another child on accident. Then both lives would be ruined. But as long as he was allowed to “fight back” then so be it?

Since when do we buy in to the old “he started it” excuse anyway? Two wrongs don’t make a right, last time I checked. That’s what we still need to be teaching kids. Frankly, I’m surprised to hear otherwise from a readership of mothers. But perhaps I shouldn’t be, when the writer herself is “not sure” of the moral lesson. Let me help you by pointing out that the bigger kid could have walked away at any moment; it’s doubtful he would have been detained successfully if the other had tried. So the reaction we witnessed was not “self-defense” but violent retaliation — condone that and you succumb to what you claim to condemn. Wake up! If we want children to behave like decent human beings, we’re going to have lead by example first.

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Afton

Posted at 4:49 AM on March 17, 2011  

Kid at the end should have been suspended too. Damn pack mentality. He stood up for himself and then the bully’s friend gets angry. So sad. Maybe the teachers will get in trouble for not noticing something going on, eh?

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Louis

Posted at 8:49 PM on March 21, 2011  

Glad to see the young lady step up at the end and push the bully’s friend back. Way to go girl!

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meika

Posted at 7:33 PM on March 16, 2011  

THERE IS NO WAY THAT THAT IS REAL, CAN’T PEOPLE SEE THAT THEY PLANNED THE WHOLE THING!

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Simon

Posted at 6:10 AM on March 19, 2011  

The kid that got body slammed broke his ankle, it was not planned. Why would kids plan getting thrown onto concrete?

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