Teen who defended blind classmate who was being beaten by a bully is suspended and kicked off football team

Teen who defended blind classmate who was being beaten by a bully is suspended and kicked off football team

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A school bully cruelly beating up a blind kid was given a taste of his own medicine when a classmate knocked him to the ground. Shocking video of the fight, recorded by a bystander, shows the teen tormenter repeatedly hitting his partially sighted boy on the head.

Another student quickly leaps in, stopping the pounding with a single punch.


The hit leaves the bully on the ground. He leaves the boy lying bleeding on the ground while he checks on the visually impaired victim, before turning back to the attacker and asking him:

“You trying to jump a f****** blind kid, bro?” the teen says, hovering over him. “He’s punching a bling kid bro, “What the f**** is your problem?” “I swear to God if you touch this kid again, I’ll f*** you up”

The fight took place at Huntington Beach High School in Southern California on Wednesday at lunchtime, district officials said.

Friends of the bully pick him up from the floor as a crowd of youngsters gather around the trio.
The 30-second video has been viewed nearly 480,000 times on YouTube, where commenters cheered the rescuer and bashed the bully.

The Huntington Beach Union High School District said officials are investigating and have begun interviewing students and witnesses.

Well, the bully got arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor battery and released to his parents, according to Huntington Beach Police.

Police officer Jennifer Marlatt told My News LA news that the argument had begun after the victim walked past his tormenter, and quickly escalated into a physical fight.
‘Another student saw the fight and intervened to prevent the suspect from further assaulting the victim,’ Marlatt said in a news release.
Students said the visually impaired student was attacked for no reason.

Grant Morels said: ‘I saw like a half circle around a group of kids and I wanted to see what was up. And I see this kid like getting wailed on by another kid.’

No arrest is expected for the intervening teen who has been praised by his peers and online for standing up for his classmate.

But his school took a different approach and are believed to have  suspended and kicked him off the football team after he breached their ‘zero-tolerance’ policy on violence.

 

A petition to get him reinstated on the team has now been launched online, which stands by the high school student’s actions.
The campaign’s website states: ‘We believe (the teenager) should be back on his football team and back in school where he belongs. While violence is never the best option what Cody did to defend his friend and classmate was justified.
‘And schools ‘zero-tolerance’ policies out even the person saving disabled friends.’
The petition has now had more than 1,000 responses with many criticizing Huntington Beach High School’s decision.
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