A horrific video has surfaced showing a teenager being beaten mercilessly by another student at a Texas high school.
Several students looked on while another was punched in the face repeatedly in a bathroom at West Brook High School.
The other students recorded the incident on their phones rather than help.
The teenager was punched in the face no less than 14 times as he attempted to cover up.
He was also kicked in the face at the end of the recording.
Here’s the disturbing video of the incident:
Video of another brutal beating that allegedly took place at a high school in Beaumont, TX
This needs to end
— Dan Lyman (@realdanlyman) September 13, 2022
Here is another angle of the incident.
Someone also recorded the aftermath here.
A Texas city councilman is calling for change after a "horrific incident" took place in a high school bathroomhttps://t.co/L1aiFzIYBQ
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) September 15, 2022
The Post Millennial reports on this horrific story:
In a cell phone video of the violent altercation at Westbrook High School in Beaumont, TX that has gone viral on social media, a teenage boy can be seen viciously slamming another boy into a stall door before knocking him to the ground and repeatedly punching and kicking him. Throughout the short clip, boy attempts to kick away his attacker, and covers his head to protect it from the blows.
KFDM has reported that the perpetrator of the attack is being held at the Minnie Rogers Juvenile Justice Center following the incident.
“You can best believe I will file charges,” Beaumont Independent School District (BISD) Police Chief Joseph Malbrough said to the outlet.
“Immediately after the incident took place on Wednesday, our officers were able to take the young man into custody and provide the necessary services for the victim, as well as the necessary steps that follow after we take a juvenile into custody.”
Teenager arrested following video of 'horrific incident' at West Brook High School, Councilman Mike Getz says https://t.co/a7vuNwIQJY via @12NewsNow @POTUS @VP @SecCardona @SenMannyDiazJr 🛑 STOP IGNORING BULLYING STORIES & ENACT KING’S LAW TODAY! Eradicate hate by implementing!
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12 News Now has more details:
Councilman Mike Getz said he was asked to be a Beaumont ISD ambassador. The morning after the first night of ambassador training, Getz saw a video that has since surfaced on social media.
“My cell phone was blowing up with people sending me links to a horrific incident at West Brook,” Getz said.
The video, which 12News has seen, appears to have been taken in the boy’s bathroom. A teenage boy can be seen punching another boy, who is on the floor, in the face and head at least 14 times before kicking him in the face.
The boy on the floor tries to cover his face as he is hit multiple times. Other teens can be seen in the bathroom when the incident is taking place.
The boy who was seen punching and kicking the other was arrested and could possibly face robbery and assault charges, according to Getz. The councilman hopes he will be prosecuted as an adult.
Apparently this isn’t even the first time this kind of thing has happened at this particular school.
One mother spoke up about her fears of sending her son back to West Brook High after he was involved in a fight that had to be broken up by an officer with pepper spray:
A very similar incident occurred at another school, and has been incorrectly linked to this story.
There appears to be confusion due to the similar nature of the incident.
It even takes place in what appears to be a high school restroom.
Here is the video of that incident:
If the roles were reversed, this would be on every major news outlet as a hate crime. pic.twitter.com/LtU972sDgq
— Scott Morefield (@SKMorefield) September 13, 2022
While this may be a different incident, it speaks to the larger problem in our public schools.
Students simply aren’t safe.
This second video is even more disturbing in that the child being beaten appears much smaller than his attacker.
Also, where is the statement from the Biden Administration on either of these incidents?
Should these be considered hate crimes?
In both incidents, a white student is beaten by a black student.
That doesn’t fit the mainstream narrative so nobody cares…