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12-year-old duct taped dallas

DALLAS, Tx. — A Dallas mother alleges that her 12-year-old son was bound to a chair with duct tape and beaten by classmates even as a teacher stood by and ignored the attack.

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The NY Daily News reports:

The woman said his hands were taped to the chair, he was wrapped with a telephone cord, and the attackers knocked him to the ground. The boy’s shirt was torn as well, she claimed.

The Monday attack remained under investigation Thursday, although disciplinary action is pending against the students and the substitute.

Richardson said the teacher never intervened – and her son was finally rescued by a girl in his class who scared the attackers away.

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