Cops investigate after black schoolkids attacked white students and forced them to say ‘Black Lives Matter’ on camera at Ohio elementary school
- Ohio schoolkids might face charges for forcing and assaulting students into saying ‘Black Lives Matter’ on the playground
- The February 10 incident at Kenwood Elementary is being treated as an Anti-White hate crime
- Footage of the incident shows the students being tossed around and hit by several of their peers
A criminal investigation at an Ohio elementary school has been launched after black students forced their white peers to say ‘Black Lives Matter‘ on camera and assaulted those who didn’t.
The incident at Kenwood Elementary on February 10 showed the altercation play out as two students were initially seen escorting their peer to an area on the playground while punching the student in the head.
Footage of the 17-minute video showed the student being tossed on the ground while another student joined seconds later. About 10 minutes later a third student was thrown right beside them.
The students involved in the incident were interviewed by school staff as Springfield Police attempt to charge the suspect for menacing and assault for knowingly harming a victim, according to Dayton247now.
Ohio schoolkids might face charges for forcing and assaulting students into saying ‘Black Lives Matter’ on the play ground
The incident is being treated as an Anti-White hate crime and lists at least four students involved. The names of the students weren’t immediately available
School Principal Evan Hunsaker told police he was informed about the incident the following Monday.
‘He stated that a few of the students who had tried to avoid the situation, were chased down and escorted, dragged, or carried to the spot on the playground. One student was also punched in the head by one of the suspects,’ the police report reads.
Springfield City School District officials released a statement and won’t be disclosing how the students will be punished.
‘The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) prevents the District from disclosing personally identifiable information or details about the discipline of a child to anyone other than their parent or guardian,’ the obtained by WHIO statement reads.
‘As it relates to this incident concerning participants and staff involved, the Springfield City School District followed appropriate procedures in accordance with Board Policy.
‘Moving forward from this experience, the District is working closely with counselors, mental health experts and multiple community partners and agencies to provide support to children and staff directly involved, as well as those not directly involved.
‘The District will use this experience as an opportunity to strive for greater acceptance, grow and reinforce community connections.’
The incident at Kenwood Elementary on February 10 showed the altercation play out as two students were initially seen escorting their peer to an area on the playground while punching the student in the head