More Violence in Frisco ISD?
Bullying caught on video.
It's not that we want to keep writing and exposing the problems at Frisco ISD, it's just that material from Frisco ISD keeps filling our inbox.
In another case of school violence, parents have blown up our tipline with the following video which allegedly shows a Frisco student punching another Frisco student at Lone Star High School.
Youtube has removed the video so we’ve published it on Rumble:
The incident seems to stem from a game of "slap" but with clearly one student going overboard with the amount of strength used in the slap/punch.
We are told the student in pink is on the spectrum and the student in the white shirt punching him is a football player.
Sources say that this is a game gone incredibly overboard and that students took advantage of the disabilities of the student in pink.
One student slaps another very lightly, gets punched very strongly back, knocking off his glasses and the rest of the students walk out while he's screaming and crying.
In the audio you can hear the other students walking away after the punch seemingly calling the student in pink a "stupid ass" and leaving him to cry.
The video was posted on Snapchat by Lone Star High School students.
State Representative Jared Patterson has already commented on the incident:
We are saddened to see this behavior as life is hard enough for students with special needs without the additional stresses of coming to school and being bullied, either physically or mentally.
Parents we’ve spoken with say bullying is commonplace at FISD. Maybe this is reflective of how the school board treats Frisco parents.
This is a developing story.
Update: A student has sent us the following photo alleging this is the person in the white shirt. We are working to verify.
Update 4:57pm: We originally named the source of who posted the video. We’ve removed said source name.
Update 5:07pm: The Frisco Police Department Facebook page has provided an update stating they arrested two Lone Star High School Students:
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