Autistic teen victimized in outrageous ALS prank
September 7, 2014 - als
BAY VILLAGE, OH (WOIO) — Ready to finish a ALS ice bucket challenge, a internal teen waits to feel a startle of cold water, though what was poured on him instead has repelled a community.
Bay Village Police are questioning a organisation of teenagers indicted of personification a vicious fun on a classmate who has autism. Authorities contend a plant is a 14-year-old boy.
The teenagers allegedly assured a plant to do a ALS ice bucket challenge, though instead of transfer H2O and ice on a teen, they chose to fill a bucket with feces, urine, cigarette butts and spit.
“It shouldn’t occur to any child with special needs or not,” pronounced a teen’s father, David Mensen.
The teen’s relatives contend on Tuesday night, a organisation of classmates invited their son to one of their houses to do a challenge, while only wearing his underwear.
“He didn’t wish to and they said, ‘No, we have to. It’s a challenge.’ They had it all set up,” pronounced a teen’s mother.
The organisation afterwards posted a video to Instagram. Meanwhile, a teen returned home and pronounced zero to his parents, until another crony brought it to their attention.
“He was fearful to tell us what happened. He was embarrassed. He was afraid,” pronounced Mensen.
After saying a video, a victim’s relatives reported a occurrence to police.
On Sept. 4, Bay Village Schools expelled a matter to students, parents, staff and village members:
Dear Bay Village students, parents, staff and village members:
Many of a students and staff members have been participating in fundraising for ALS by a Ice Bucket Challenge. It hurts us deeply to see such a smashing bid disfigured to deliberately means someone pain.
We are ancillary a Bay Village Police Department as they vigilantly work to finish their review in this case.
Bay Village Police tell 19 Action News that they wish to have their review wrapped adult in a timely manner.
So far, no charges have been filed. News of a antic trafficked fast around a tight-knit community.
“I’m troubled by that. Would would wish to do something like that?” asked Alisha Samuels. “Expel them, definitely, ’cause that’s only wrong in each clarity of a word.”
“It’s unequivocally terrible. It’s unequivocally sad. They took something that’s for a good means and took advantage of someone,” Annie Carter said.
Although their son is doing good and bravely returned to school, a relatives have a summary for a teenagers that flustered him:
“I wish we will be punished to a full border of a law, that still to me would not be enough, though that’s what we wish,” pronounced Mensen.
School officials contend no disciplinary movement will be taken until after military have finished their investigation.
As a outcome of this incident, several village members have designed a pacific burial opposite bullying to uncover that hatred is not tolerated in Bay Village. The eventuality will take place off propagandize grounds, in front of a Bay Village High School on Wolf Road on Friday, Sept. 5 during 6:15 p.m.
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