Beronica Ruiz

A virgin from New Jersey pushing her baby in a stroller was brutally attacked and left for dead by a high school bully who made an exception to her 12-year-old son who defended the rights of Mexican immigrants.

Beronica Ruiz, 35, from Passaic, was brutally attacked after she filed a complaint with the school's deputy director about three students threatening her son and told him to go back to Mexico, said the lawyer from the woman Friday.

Ruiz was admitted to hospital for two days after the 13-year-old student – one of the three who had defied her son – allegedly jumped at her while she was with her baby and the 12-year-old boy.

Beronica Ruiz

Beronica Ruiz

Beronica Ruiz

Beronica Ruiz, 35, of Passaic, was brutally attacked after she filed a complaint with the school's petty officer about three students threatening her son and told him to go back to Mexico, said the lawyer from the woman Friday

Ruiz was admitted to the hospital for two days after the 13-year-old student - one of the three who had defied her son - reportedly jumped at her while she was with her baby and the 12-year-old boy

Ruiz was admitted to the hospital for two days after the 13-year-old student - one of the three who had defied her son - reportedly jumped at her while she was with her baby and the 12-year-old boy

Ruiz was admitted to the hospital for two days after the 13-year-old student – one of the three who had defied her son – reportedly jumped at her while she was with her baby and the 12-year-old boy

& # 39; This was a horrific and brutal attack & # 39 ;, said lawyer Daniel Santiago. & # 39; It takes a certain amount of madness to brutally attack a mother with a stroller and leave her for dead. & # 39;

Ruiz suffered a broken eye socket, bruises and a bloodshot eye that remained red days after the attack.

The day prior to the attack, Ruiz & # 39; s son was taunted in the school canteen of Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy School no. 20.

& # 39; They sang & # 39; Mexicans must go back behind the wall & # 39 ;, Santiago NJ Media told.

Ruiz suffered a broken eye socket, bruises and a bloodshot eye that remained red days after the attack. The day before the attack, Ruiz's son was taunted in the school canteen of Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy School No. 20

Ruiz suffered a broken eye socket, bruises and a bloodshot eye that remained red days after the attack. The day before the attack, Ruiz's son was taunted in the school canteen of Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy School No. 20

Ruiz suffered a broken eye socket, bruises and a bloodshot eye that remained red days after the attack. The day before the attack, Ruiz's son was taunted in the school canteen of Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy School No. 20

When the young man replied: & # 39; We all come from immigrants & # 39; the bullies allegedly threatened the violence, Santiago said.

When the boy went home that afternoon, he told his mother about the threats of violence and said he was afraid to return to the school.

Ruiz then went to the school and complained to the vice-principal, and demanded to know why the school had not told her about the abuse.

The vice president admitted to the mother that he had called them, but that he had become busy with other things, Santiago said.

Ruiz then went to the school and complained to the vice-principal, and demanded to know why the school had not told her about the abuse. The vice president admitted to the mother that he had called them, but that he had become busy with other things, Santiago said

Ruiz then went to the school and complained to the vice-principal, and demanded to know why the school had not told her about the abuse. The vice president admitted to the mother that he had called them, but that he had become busy with other things, Santiago said

Ruiz then went to the school and complained to the vice-principal, and demanded to know why the school had not told her about the abuse. The vice president admitted to the mother that he had called them, but that he had become busy with other things, Santiago said

& # 39; That is a hopelessly inadequate response, & # 39; said Santiago. & # 39; My bad & # 39; is not a good excuse for not calling (the parents), not for telling them. & # 39;

The vice principle reportedly also refused to refuse the student for the attack and said that the attacker & # 39; had the same right to an education as her son & # 39 ;.

It was only after the boy's father, Alfonso Vasquez, contacted Passaic Mayor Hector Lora that the teenage bully had been suspended, Santiago said.

The attack took place after the teenager was suspended.

Lora said in a statement: & # 39; As both father and husband, I am indignant about this incident. As a mayor, these are things you would never want to do in your city or wherever.

It was only after the boy's father, Alfonso Vasquez, contacted Passaic Mayor Hector Lora that the teen bully had been suspended, Santiago said

It was only after the boy's father, Alfonso Vasquez, contacted Passaic Mayor Hector Lora that the teen bully had been suspended, Santiago said

It was only after the boy's father, Alfonso Vasquez, contacted Passaic Mayor Hector Lora that the teen bully had been suspended, Santiago said

& # 39; This incident is being taken extremely seriously. I have personally spoken and spoken with the family. I have met with my chief of police, local officials and school board, as well as board members to ensure that accountability is given and that this family receives justice and all the help and resources that we can offer.

& # 39; The details regarding what led to this incident are still under investigation. However, one thing is very clear: what happened to this mother is unacceptable, and whatever we must do as a city, as a community, to do better for our families and our children, we will do. & # 39;

The mayor said the student was suspended from school and accused of mistreatment.

A spokesperson for the Passaic County Public Prosecutor's Office said that the accused, as a minor, was charged with one count of each major abuse and simple assault, and was released under the guardianship of his parents in the run-up to a Family Court appearance.

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