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Two of the young girls in the northern part of the state of New York, have been charged with a hate crime after an alleged attack on a female classmate on the bus, the school, and the subject of her racist slogans, according to police.
The students, between the ages of 10 and 11, the Governor of the Central School District, allegedly hit a 10-year-old girl on Sept. 10, according to the researchers. The mother of the child who was attacked told the police that she had been “physically assaulted” and “subjected to racist language on the school bus.”
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Authorities said the black kid got hit in the eye, and had her hair pulled, and suffered a contusion to the knee.
Two female high school students have been identified as the main culprits in the attack, the Governor general of Police stated in a press release, obtained through Fox News. The girls were each charged with one count of second-degree aggravated harassment, and an 11-year-old was also charged with a hate crime.
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The Bus monitor, Tiffany Spicer, a white 28-year-old, employed to keep students safe while they are on the bus, and was also in charge of the incident. The police said that they were witnesses to what was going on with the students, “but it is not an attempt to get them to stop and/or prevent said conduct.” She was charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Tom French, the head of the Governor’s schools, told WWNY-TV that the attack “is probably the most professionally devastating event that has occurred since I began to work with the Governor in 1984.”
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“How are we better off? How are we going to be with anyone else?” she said. “I am convinced that we are better than this, and we will have to take a stand.”
The students and their parents will be presented to the Pc. Lawrence County Probation “for further action,” according to the police.