Imagine getting a phone call from your child’s school that he or she was just assaulted.
Then you see the video of what actually happened and it sickens you to your core.
That is what a Nevada parent is dealing with today after seeing a viral video of a young female student who was punched three dozen times while a teacher did nothing to stop it.
I lost count of the punches at 30.
All the while, students are filming and laughing.
Not only that, but a teacher made a very feeble attempt at stopping the fight, when what she should have done was pull the girl off the other student.
However, she was probably worried she would get into trouble.
This is the “fight” as it went down…
GRAPHIC FOOTAGE: This was filmed in a school in @ClarkCountySch. A student viciously attacks another student and appears to knock her out. Teacher and other students watch and do nothing. Horrifying. pic.twitter.com/J9E2DVns7W
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) February 6, 2022
Realize that just about every time that girl took a shot to the head, the front of her head was getting bashed into the desk.
Around the 20th punch or so, it seems like she goes motionless.
After the fact, a local news outlet covered the story, and it appears that the young girl suffered a major concussion and had seizures on the way to the hospital.
She was literally almost beaten to death, and it happened in a room full of people.
The school, of course, begged people not to share the video, but the exact opposite of that should be happening right now.
Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara, on attacks in schools, stated, “Violent acts, assaults, and bullying will not be tolerated in the Clark County School District, and those who choose to engage in these activities will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”
Every parent in the country needs to see what happened because if it is happening in one school, rest assured, it is happening in others.
What do you think should happen to that teacher and student?
Tell us in the comments section below.
Source: Las Vegas Sun & The Blaze