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NJ mom unconscious, beaten up by the school bully, who allegedly taunted her son, the lawyer said

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A New Jersey mother was attacked and beaten unconscious last week by a 13-year-old, who the day before, it was the students who told her son to go back to Mexico, her attorney said on Tuesday.

Beronica-Ruiz, 35, was attacked on Wednesday in the Passaic, about 10 miles north of Newark, new jersey, while pushing her 1-year-old baby in a stroller and walking next to her, a 12-year-old son, and her lawyer, Daniel Santiago, it said. Ruiz was admitted to the hospital with a broken eye socket, bruising and a bloody eye.

The alleged attacker, a 13-year-old boy was among a group of students who are against tito’s son, at the school cafeteria the day before saying, “Mexicans need to go back behind the wall,” Santiago said. Ruiz, the son countered: “We are all immigrants,” and the three students, and threatened him with violence, and Santiago added.

The boy reported the threat to school officials, who kept him in office for, protection of, nj.com have been reported. The school, which was reportedly not in contact with the boy’s parents. He went home and told his parents what had happened, and, according to the report.

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Ruiz went to the school officials the next day to ask why they have not contacted, Santiago said. The vice principal apologized for not contacting her, and said: “the situation is under control, WPIX reported.

Passaic Mayor Hector, Hector C. Lora, told WPIX that the alleged attacker has been arrested and charged as a juvenile with aggravated assault, and simple assault. He was released to his parents with a head start on a Family court appearance, nj.com have been reported.

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Santiago said he plans to file a lawsuit against the school on behalf of the Ruiz family. An investigation is on-going.

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