A year-old California boy died more than a week after he was punched at school. Photo courtesy of Karla Palumbo. A year-old California boy has died more than a week after being punched by two classmates in an attack that was caught on video.
Parents demanded answers from school administrators during a packed meeting in Moreno Valley Wednesday after a fight at a middle school left a year-old hospitalized. Full Story. Local News.
By Luke Kenton For Dailymail. Charges have been upgraded against the two California teenagers accused of brutally attacking a year-old classmate in a fight that was caught on video and later resulted in his tragic death. Announced on Wednesday, the new charges come in addition to counts of assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury.
Two juveniles suspected in the fatal attack of another student at a California middle school are now facing voluntary manslaughter charges, officials said. The year-old victim, named Diego, was transported to the hospital following a fight at Landmark Middle School in Moreno Valley on Sept. A second student also then reportedly threw a punch at Diego. The first student then appeared to hit Diego a second time before running away.
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The suspect, who was not identified because of his age, plead not guilty in Riverside Juvenile Court to one count of voluntary manslaughter. September On Sept.
Rodney Glen King April 2, — June 17, was an American construction worker turned writer and activist after surviving an act of police brutality by the Los Angeles Police Department. A civilian, George Holliday, filmed the incident from his nearby balcony and sent the footage to local news station KTLA. The footage clearly showed King being beaten repeatedly, and the incident was covered by news media around the world.
The beating of year-old London Wallace, of Fresno, Calif. The unarmed teen can be seen being punched multiple times and left bleeding and crying, in the footage aired by ABC News. You can see London Wallace crying. He likes playing basketball.
A California cop claimed a year-old boy took a "fighting stance," making him fear the boy was going to throw him off a second-floor balcony which is why he had to punch him in the face several times. But police body cam footage proves that to be a lie. Now the teen, London Wallace, is suing the Fresno Police Department and the officer, Christopher Martinez, as well as 25 other cops identified as John Does in the lawsuit.
The husband and wife were attacked taking out the garbage by a small group of teenagers, police are hopeful someone will come forward with the identities of the suspects. A couple in California taking out the trash over the weekend ended up victims of a "very brutal" attack that was caught on camera, according to officials. Video: Grant Brown, 19, saves 6-year old boy from a dog attack in Conroe, Texas.