Two white girls, 10 and 11 years old, are accused of a hate crime because they allegedly attacked a black girl in the school bus with a black eye and pulled out her hair
- The police in the state of New York have sued two white girls aged 10 and 11 for intimidation in the second degree
- 11-year-old was also accused of third-degree attack as a hate crime
- The police received a complaint from a parent who stated that her 10-year-old daughter was in a school bus when she was beaten and racially abused
- The African-American girl suffered a black eye from being hit, lost her by pulling her hair, and bruised her knee
- A 28-year-old bus monitor is also charged after he has not intervened
An 11-year-old white girl has been accused of a hate crime after the parent of an African-American girl said her daughter was beaten and racially abused while driving a school bus.
New York police received a complaint from the parent on September 10, describing the girl's injuries, including a black eye after a punch, pulled hair, and a bruise on her knee after falling on a bus seat.
Two girls, an 11-year-old and another 10-year-old white girl, both students at the Governor Middle School in New York State, were responsible for the attack.
New York state police have sued two white girls aged 10 and 11 for harassment and third-degree mistreatment as a hate crime after beating a 10-year-old black girl
The girls were then accused of & # 39; second-degree harassment & # 39; and the 11-year-old was also charged with & # 39; third-degree mistreatment as a hate crime & # 39; according to WWNY.
The two girls and their families will have their cases dealt with in court.
A 28-year-old white bus monitor, Tiffany Spicer, would have stood and watched the attack instead of stepping in to stop or prevent the attack.
She has been accused of & # 39; three counts endangering the well-being of a child & # 39; in the attack.
The police received a complaint from a child's parent at the Governor Middle School in New York State, saying that her 10-year-old daughter was beaten and racially abused on the bus
& # 39; It is probably the most professionally devastating event since I started working at Governor in 1984, & # 39; said the Chief Inspector of the Governor Central School District, said Lauren French.
& # 39; How do we benefit from this? How do we treat everyone better? & # 39; Asked French.
She said the district has reached several sources to which we have access, to provide our staff with additional training and additional training, support, recognition, conversation for our students. & # 39;
It is not known if the attacked girl had to seek medical treatment for her injuries.
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