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March 25, 2016 -- A special needs student was allegedly beaten with belts by three male students while their teacher watched. 

The offense was video recorded by another student. 

This is why live video cameras should be installed in every government school with parents having access to the feeds.


Parents are compelled by force of law to submit their children to be subjected to physical and emotional abuse at government schools.

The crime was committed at Cleburne County High in Alabama. 

A substitute teacher has been arrested, along with three Cleburne County High students, after a video surfaced of the students hitting a special needs classmate in school.

Jennie Sue Jackson, 39, has been charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Her bond is $18,000. She is being held in the Cleburne County Jail, Heflin Police Chief A.J. Benefield said.

In addition, three male students, aged 17, 16 and 15, were arrested Wednesday following a video which was made by another student, Benefield said. The video, which was apparently taken on Tuesday afternoon, showed the students hitting a 17-year-old special needs student with belts and threatening to hit him with chairs.

Benefield said Jackson was in the room when the incident happened around lunchtime.

"Multiple students saw it, and videoed it, and it was shared on social media," he said.

The Cleburne County Board of Education and Superintendent Claire Dryden furnished the video and helped investigators identify the students involved, Benefield said.

"(School officials) fully cooperated since the beginning," he said.

Two of the students face misdemeanor charges of harassment and menacing, while the third is charged with harassment. They were taken into custody Wednesday.

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  1. In olden days, mentally deficient students were schooled separately to protect them from assault.