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Dad Attαcks 11 Year Old on School Bus For Bullying His Autistic Son

by / June 4, 2014 Black News 6 Comments

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How far would you go to protect your child? Children don’t stand a chance in a confrontationburnis_hurd against adults so it is certainly wrong for an adult to assaυlt a child, but what would be your reaction if a schoolyard bully continually harassed your child?

A California father took matters into his own hands when he allegedly attαcked an 11 year old bully on a school bus.

Burnis Hurd, 44, asked his nine year old autistic son to point out the bully who’d been picking on him. When Hurd’s son pointed out the bully, Hurd smαshed the kid’s head against the school bus windows. Hurd also used that opportunity to caution other children on the bus against mistreating his son.

Hurd even went so far as to warn the other kids on the bus that he would kιll them if they ever laid hands on his son again.

The bus driver did not stop the father from pummeling the child or get involved in the incident. It wasn’t until the 11 year old showed up at school and complained to the principal that an arrest was made.

Burnis Hurd is being held on charges of child abυse and bodily injury to a child. His bail has been set at $50,000.

Although most people would also do anything to protect their child, going so far as to hυrt another child is against the law. This isn’t the first time that a parent has gone to jail for trying to protect their child from bullies and it probably won’t be the last.

 

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6 Comment

  1. You it maybe wrong , but it seems a youth is killed in Fla. with that "BULLSHIT" stand your ground law , following someone is not standing your ground . Now here is a father protecting his son , an Autistic child . It shows that the extra adult on the bus , not the driver was not doing his/her job . #1 the extra adult should be sitting in the back to view all the students. # 2 the extra adult has a responsibility to monitor any child with they think is in need of constant help . Hope he has a good lawyer , temp insanity

  2. I totally agree, something has to be done to stop bullying.

  3. As much as I despise bullying I must say that I am on the fence about the way the father handled this one. Yes I would have gotten on the bus to see the bully and after warning the child not to bother my child anymore, I would have made a visit to the school to have a heated discussion with the principle about the lack of supervision on the bus and my plans to take my complaints farther. Also, demanding that the child and any other children that actively participated in the bullying be punished. Once the father laid hands on the child he also became an offender. Although I can understand how angry we as parents can get when we are trying to protect our children we also have to remember to set examples for our children. Secretly I hope he scared the S*** out of the child and any other child who has bullying tendencies.

  4. GO DAD! Nobody wants to talk about the bullier being 2-years older than the bullied kid. At that age, 2 years is A LOT! And the bullied is autistic too! How come nobody did anything about this situation before? They never do! GO DAD!

  5. 7LViOJ Say, you got a nice blog.Thanks Again. Awesome.

  6. There is definately a lot to learn about this issue. I love all of the points you ave made.

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