Beware the catastrophe of bullying.. this video killed an 8-year-old child

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The school hid it and the judiciary revealed it.. and compensation of 3 million dollars to the family

After a four-year legal battle, an American family living in Ohio was awarded $3 million in compensation, after their 8-year-old child committed suicide as a result of repeated incidents of bullying at his school.

According to the New York Times, Gabriel Tay was attending Carson School in Cincinnati before he committed suicide by hanging in his home after suffering bullying.

According to the Al-Hurra website, the investigation minutes indicated that a video clip documented the assault of the little boy, who was in the third grade of primary school, in the school bathrooms, causing him to lose consciousness for 7 minutes, while students were passing by, some of them kicked him, while others were referring to him sarcastically.

Gabi’s mother stated that she did not know about this incident, as the school nurse called her to tell her that her son fell into the school and passed out for several minutes.

Two days after that incident, and after school had ended, the child returned home, entered his room, and hanged himself with his bed covers, leaving his life immediately.

The grieving mother said that she felt that her son was being bullied, and went to his school to verify these matters, but she was getting answers in the negative and that everything was going well, and therefore a few minor scratches on the children are not important.

Gabi’s mother explained that when she asked to see the video documenting the case of her child fainting, the school administration refused to fulfill her wish despite the presence of more than 31 surveillance cameras inside and outside the building.

After four years in court, the Cincinnati School District agreed to pay Gabe’s parents $3 million in compensation and to erect a memorial to the late child at his school in his honor.

The settlement also included reforms to the district’s school monitoring system to ensure such a tragedy would not happen again, and the family’s lawyers would review the system’s procedures and related reforms twice a year for two years.

“We will make sure these reforms take root and end bullying throughout the school system,” said Al Gerhardstein, a lawyer for the Gabriel family.

In the same vein, another lawyer for the family, Michelle Young, explained that her clients hope that the changes in the new system will become a role model in providing a safety net for children in schools.

“Gabriel’s parents longed for this moment to confirm that the tragic death of their child was not in vain,” the lawyer added.

Beware the catastrophe of bullying.. this video killed an 8-year-old child

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After a four-year legal battle, an American family living in Ohio was awarded $3 million in compensation, after their 8-year-old child committed suicide as a result of repeated incidents of bullying at his school.

According to the New York Times, Gabriel Tay was attending Carson School in Cincinnati before he committed suicide by hanging in his home after suffering bullying.

According to the Al-Hurra website, the investigation minutes indicated that a video clip documented the assault of the little boy, who was in the third grade of primary school, in the school bathrooms, causing him to lose consciousness for 7 minutes, while students were passing by, some of them kicked him, while others were referring to him with irony.

Gabi’s mother stated that she did not know about this incident, as the school nurse called her to tell her that her son fell into the school and passed out for several minutes.

Two days later, after school, the child returned home, entered his room, and hanged himself with his bed covers, leaving his life immediately.

The grieving mother said that she felt that her son was being bullied, and went to his school to verify these matters, but she was getting answers in the negative and that everything was going well, and therefore a few minor scratches on the children are not important.

Gabi’s mother explained that when she asked to see the video documenting the case of her child fainting, the school administration refused to fulfill her wish despite the presence of more than 31 surveillance cameras inside and outside the building.

After four years in court, the Cincinnati School District agreed to pay Gabe’s parents $3 million in compensation and to erect a memorial to the late child at his school in his honor.

The settlement also included reforms to the district’s school monitoring system to ensure such a tragedy would not happen again, and the family’s lawyers would review the system’s procedures and related reforms twice a year for two years.

“We will make sure these reforms take root and end bullying throughout the school system,” said Al Gerhardstein, a lawyer for the Gabriel family.

In the same vein, another lawyer for the family, Michael Young, explained that her clients hope that the changes in the new system will become a role model in providing a safety net for children in schools.

“Gabriel’s parents longed for this moment to confirm that the tragic death of their child was not in vain,” the lawyer added.


The school hid it and the judiciary revealed it.. and compensation of 3 million dollars to the family

After a four-year legal battle, an American family living in Ohio was awarded $3 million in compensation, after their 8-year-old child committed suicide as a result of repeated incidents of bullying at his school.

According to the New York Times, Gabriel Tay was attending Carson School in Cincinnati before he committed suicide by hanging in his home after suffering bullying.

According to the Al-Hurra website, the investigation minutes indicated that a video clip documented the assault of the little boy, who was in the third grade of primary school, in the school bathrooms, causing him to lose consciousness for 7 minutes, while students were passing by, some of them kicked him, while others were referring to him sarcastically.

Gabi’s mother stated that she did not know about this incident, as the school nurse called her to tell her that her son fell into the school and passed out for several minutes.

Two days later, after school, the child returned home, entered his room, and hanged himself with his bed covers, leaving his life immediately.

The grieving mother said that she felt that her son was being bullied, and went to his school to verify these matters, but she was getting answers in the negative and that everything was going well, and therefore a few minor scratches on the children are not important.

Gabi’s mother explained that when she asked to see the video documenting the case of her child fainting, the school administration refused to fulfill her wish despite the presence of more than 31 surveillance cameras inside and outside the building.

After four years in court, the Cincinnati School District agreed to pay Gabe’s parents $3 million in compensation and to erect a memorial to the late child at his school in his honor.

The settlement also included reforms to the district’s school monitoring system to ensure such a tragedy would not happen again, and the family’s lawyers would review the system’s procedures and related reforms twice a year for two years.

“We will make sure these reforms take root and end bullying throughout the school system,” said Al Gerhardstein, a lawyer for the Gabriel family.

In the same vein, another lawyer for the family, Michael Young, explained that her clients hope that the changes in the new system will become a role model in providing a safety net for children in schools.

“Gabriel’s parents longed for this moment when the tragic death of their child was not in vain,” the lawyer added.





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