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October is national bullying prevention awareness month.
And a community in Ohio is now rallying for a ten year old his parents say was put publicly mocked by an adult for the way she walked.
She's an elementary student she has cerebral palsy a disorder that requires her to use crutches.
To help -- walk.
The child's grandmother videotaped a neighbor last week walking with a lip as he picked up his son for the bus stop.
An -- the family says as a form of bullying against their daughter the man accused has denied any allegations that may face criminal charges when this case goes to court and equipment now joining -- more.
We're hearing from the neighbor now for the first time that yes -- certain.
-- Loves that little girl and that it's a work injury to blame for the way he was walking ten year old -- -- parents aren't buying it.
When he hit so hard your ribs give bruised and it may be -- almost a broker would cure so Bruce.
So when you go like this -- won't -- -- for pressure of time not even sure what to say that.
Other than that was a horrible excuse for.
-- -- -- -- -- can't Ohio community had a pizza party for hope yesterday to show support for the Holcomb family is close to draw attention to bullying as a whole.
-- hopes parents say the nine year old boy teased her for about a year on the bus and they finally decided to go to the media when his father -- -- Other bullying complaints have come to -- the last couple of weeks across the country as well -- disturbing attack at an Indiana school.
A -- been unconscious as other students stand by and watch.
And and Missouri mentally challenged teenager who found out kids were plotting a homecoming prank.
To help -- better and quack like a duck and fortunately that -- this is only a handful.
What we've been reporting resigning -- as is anybody that particularly as a parent it's so hard to watch that video with the child.
Pummeling another child of the statistics you alluded to this or to startling overall when it comes to bowling it's it's unbelievable this -- -- statistics support you nearly one -- three school aged children.
Are bullied each year that's upwards of thirteen million students school dropout rates are much higher for kids who -- bullied.
And kids who bully others are more prone to have criminal convictions and become child and spouse abusers not something that we can all do across the country.
Is where -- this Wednesday October the tenth for unity day it's the movement to make it orange.
And make it and so I hope a lot people -- will choose to -- so.
That's a great idea I did not know that that's Wednesday Wear orange thank you very much I --
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