VIDEO: White Boy ‘Strangled’ by Black Girl on School Bus in Virginia
A Fort Belvoir mom has released shocking video of her 12-year-old son being “strangled” by a girl twice his size on a school bus in Virginia and claims her son’s abuser only received a slap on the wrist. WATCH: From WUSA 9, “VIDEO: Boy choked on school bus, mother demands consequences”: Taylor Brock said her son was […]
A Fort Belvoir mom has released shocking video of her 12-year-old son being “strangled” by a girl twice his size on a school bus in Virginia and claims her son’s abuser only received a slap on the wrist.
From WUSA 9, “VIDEO: Boy choked on school bus, mother demands consequences”:
Taylor Brock said her son was captured on cell phone video being choked by a female classmate on a school bus from Walt Whitman Middle School in Alexandria.
In the one-minute video, the girl could be seen smacking her son and grabbing him by the mouth. There was a brief exchange between the two before she grabs him by the neck. Seconds later, the girl appeared to be choking him against the seat.
“My son came home crying, and I saw the marks on his neck,” Brock said. “It breaks my heart that there are all these kids on the bus and not one decided to stand up.”
The incident happened in late January, but she posted the video through her business website on Monday. She said the response from the school to keep her child safe has been inadequate.
Brock said she not only pressed charges but had a Fairfax County judge grant a protective order against the girl earlier this month.
“When I got my son a two year protection order, the Judge who saw this video and pictures asked if the girl still attended the school to which I replied ‘yes,’” Brock said on her website. “The Judge was confused and asked if the school knows about this event and if they understand the severity and gravity of what happened. I asked the school why they thought suspension was enough for strangulation to which they replied, ‘We have protocols we have to follow and execute punishment according to the School’s Code of Conduct.’”
“They can’t create a safe environment for our kids if they sweep these violent acts under the rug, hoping no one hears about them,” Brock said.
Brock also shared photos of the marks left on her son’s neck from the abuse.
It strikes me that if the girl in this situation had (falsely) claimed her son cut one of her dreadlocks it would make international news as we saw with a viral hate hoax out of Virginiain 2019.
Instead, this vicious abuse is just going to be ignored as we saw with another similar attack in Homestead, Florida earlier this month.