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July 30, 2019



DAILYKENN.com --A ten-year-old white boy suffered a concusion after being smashed in the face with a dodgeball, reports say. The alleged attacker was a ten-year-old black boy. 



As expected, apologists for black crime and low impulse control are laying claims of white racism. We expect, however, had the races been reversed the outcry would be to lynch the attacker. 

There is a reason why government schools were racially segregated. It was to protect white students from black violence. Apparently the alleged attacker was using the ruse of a ball game as an excuse to commit violence. We'll now start the countdown as we await social-justice warriors to appear on the scene to protest real social justice. 

From  yahoo.com ▼

The situation began back on Apr. 29, when Bryce received a one-day suspension from Ruth Eriksson Elementary, in Canton, for allegedly hitting a classmate in the face with a ball during a game of dodgeball. The child reportedly sustained a concussion, but because it was an accident, Lindley didn’t expect punitive measures against her son Bryce to go any further.

But the injured child’s mother — who declined to release her name or her child’s to the public — says her son had a previous medical condition that made him susceptible to head injuries. Further, she alleges to 7 Action News that this particular injury was no accident, adding that he “sustained facial tissue damage to his face. He had a black eye and a bruised nose.” She says that her son had already experienced similar incidents while engaging in physical activities at school, and that she “tried not to let it get to this point.”

The case, Wayne County’s assistant prosecuting attorney Maria Miller tells Yahoo Lifestyle, “was evaluated by our Juvenile Prosecuting Unit, and it was determined that there was enough evidence to for us to charge aggravated assault.”

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