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Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video on white kid gets the piss beat out of them in Davenport Iowa - 'This kid blatantly attacked my son': Mother of student attacked at West High School speaks out, wants action - African american crime violence bully brain bleed knockout game punch put in hospital felony charge and leftist media denial deceit delusion of black community dysfunction - around black don't turn your back - the myth hoax of black victimization
In video of the attack recorded by another person in the lunchroom at West High School where the attack took place, Macaluso can be seen being hit by the aggressor and falling to the floor. The aggressor continues to hit Macaluso as he lie on the floor before grabbing a chair and hitting the victim with it. Macaluso appears to be blacked out or unconscious in the video. TV6 has seen the video, but because of copyright permissions and the graphic nature of the attack, have chosen not to share the video in its entirety.
Family of boy who attacked another student at Davenport West speaks out
On Monday, November 4, one student repeatedly punched another student in the cafeteria, leaving the victim with a serious head injury. According to both families, the dispute began when the victim, Charlie, took an "inappropriate, but playful" photo of another student for the school newspaper. The student in the photo asked for it to be taken off social media, but began being bullied soon after.
The boy's mother, Angela Hughes, said ever since the video of the fight went viral her son has been wrongfully portrayed and is a victim, himself, of cyber bullying.
"There’s been an image put out of our baby, our 15 year old, who they portrayed as like a thug or a bully," Hughes said referencing the video shared across social media. "And he is the furthest thing from that."
Hughes said up until now, the narrative surrounding the fight has been one-sided and she is ready to defend her son.
"It’s a nine second clip. And everybody got that one side of the story. But nobody knows what led up to this," Hughes said.
She claims what happened on Monday was a product of cyber-bullying.
The photo that sparked the fight shows Hughes' son laying down for a pose in the West High hallways. Behind him, in the same position, is the school's janitor. Hughes said her son described him as a "friendly, cool" janitor. However, Hughes finds a deeper issue with the photo.
"The photo, with a grown man, in the picture with my son was inappropriate. I should have been contacted immediately," said Hughes. "When the superintendent did his interview (with media) he said that the photo made him uncomfortable. But it didn’t make you uncomfortable enough to reach out to the parents involved?"
She said the school was aware of the photo and had pulled her son into the principal's office the morning of the attack to ask if he was a target of bullying. Hughes said she was never aware of that meeting and that she should have been notified.
"Once the photo is out there you can’t take it back," Hughes said. "Everybody knows that. That’s common sense."
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