Kid bullied in front of news crew while they interviewed him about bullying.

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News crew captures high school student being bullied as they interview him... about bullying

By Daily Mail Reporter
PUBLISHED: 14:37 EST, 9 October 2012 | UPDATED: 16:37 EST, 9 October 2012

A high school student has been filmed enduring an attack from bullies by a news crew who were interviewing him - about bullying.
Preston Deener, 15, was preparing for an interview outside his school in Brunswick, Maryland with local stationYou4State when three larger students walked over to him.
'The student came up to me and pushed me out of the way and said "What are you recording?"' Preston explained afterwards. "All of sudden, the student was chasing me and I needed help.'




Attack: A local news crew caught Preston Deener (wearing white) being punches and chased by a group of bullies as they were about to interview the youngster about bullying at his school



Desperate measures: He ran across a busy road back onto school property to escape the youth


Reporter Katie Kyros, who was about to begin interviewing the teenager, said one of the three students started hitting the youngster in the head, unfazed by the audience.
'One of the boys lunged towards Preston and started hitting him in the head so quickly,' Kyros said. 'I was shocked. They didn't even care I was standing there and yelling at them.'

While she did not catch the assault on tape, footage does show Preston desperately running across a busy road to elude one of the bullies behind him.
'It was all on camera but they had no shame about it,' she added.



Out of harms way: When he faced up to the bullies last week, he hit one and was suspended for three days

Victim: Preston, 15, was speaking to You4State about bullying when three boys approached him and one began hitting him in the head. The news crew said the boys were not put off by their presence


After the incident, Preston explained he ran from the bullies rather than face them as last week he was suspended for three days for hitting one back after they tackled him.
Now he vows to go to the administrators instead, and his mother hopes this latest incident, which was partly caught on camera, will force the school to take more action.
Cheryl Deener, who had to move her son from another school last year after he endured bullying since sixth grade, said students make fun of Preston's clothing and direct anti-gay slurs at him.
'I'm hoping now that they take this more seriously than what they have,' she said. 'Preston is very strong but I think he's a little bit shaken up with what happened today.'
The school says they are investigating the incident and believe they know who the three attackers were. You4State chose to obscure their faces due to the ages of the boys.


Anger: His mother, Cheryl Deener, said Preston has been picked on since sixth grade for his appearance


Investigation: She added that she hopes the school will take the bullying seriously now there is evidence



'A full investigation is step number one, to find out whats going on and what happened,' Michael Doerrer from Frederick County Public Schools told the station.
But it is just the latest incident for Preston, who said he has been the target of bullies for years. They have even taunted him on Twitter, he said. He said he doesn't understand why he is the target.
'I don't know,' he said. 'People just always pick on me. It's not fun.'
He added that he and his mother would be holding an anti-bullying homecoming party in Brunswick on Friday to speak out about his treatment at that of others.
'You've got to have one heart and stand up for someone who's getting bullied and it needs to stop,' he said.
Vid is here^^

He said he doesn't understand why he is the target.


Yeah, I wonder what it could be.

He added that he and his mother would be holding an anti-bullying homecoming party in Brunswick on Friday to speak out about his treatment at that of others.



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Never mind the little fagola. That reporter is delicious.

 

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The kid would be better served with a bar of soap in a pair of socks. Clean the bullies clock with a few well placed shots and they'll leave him alone.

Sometimes violence is the only solution to a bully problem.
 

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It would be great if some big adult sucker punched the bully right in the face and broke his jaw while saying " how do you like it motherfucker?"
 

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The kid would be better served with a bar of soap in a pair of socks. Clean the bullies clock with a few well placed shots and they'll leave him alone.

Sometimes violence is the only solution to a bully problem.
I don't understand why this isn't the norm anymore.
 
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The kid would be better served with a bar of soap in a pair of socks. Clean the bullies clock with a few well placed shots and they'll leave him alone.

Sometimes violence is the only solution to a bully problem.
He hit one of them and got suspended for 3 days. That's the problem with school administrators. A kid gets bullied and nothing happens. The kid decides to fight back since the school won't do anything to stop it and he gets suspended, thereby forcing him to stop defending himself. Those 3 kids knew they were untouchable and they didn't care that there was a reporter there because no adult is going to risk going to jail or losing her job and wind up being sued for doing the right thing and stepping in with more than just a, "Hey, stop that!" The kid couldn't fight back or he'd be suspended even longer and the adults can't afford to risk their jobs/money/jail time stopping it. Obviously those anti-bully campaigns are working wonders and doing much more than an anti-bully policy in schools would ever do.
 

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He hit one of them and got suspended for 3 days. That's the problem with school administrators. A kid gets bullied and nothing happens. The kid decides to fight back since the school won't do anything to stop it and he gets suspended, thereby forcing him to stop defending himself. Those 3 kids knew they were untouchable and they didn't care that there was a reporter there because no adult is going to risk going to jail or losing her job and wind up being sued for doing the right thing and stepping in with more than just a, "Hey, stop that!" The kid couldn't fight back or he'd be suspended even longer and the adults can't afford to risk their jobs/money/jail time stopping it. Obviously those anti-bully campaigns are working wonders and doing much more than an anti-bully policy in schools would ever do.

The violence should occur off of school grounds. Because clearly the PC schmucks are running amok there.
 

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What's so bad about being suspended? If it's a long time, people will hear about it and it'll make your reputation darker, which if you have a problem with bullies sounds like just what you need. Also a free vacation. Where's the downside? Losing out on education? Pff high school. Doesn't count.
 
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What's so bad about being suspended? If it's a long time, people will hear about it and it'll make your reputation darker, which if you have a problem with bullies sounds like just what you need. Also a free vacation. Where's the downside? Losing out on education? Pff high school. Doesn't count.
I'd love to say that you're right about that, but it doesn't work that way anymore. Bullies today seem to be bigger bitches than they were in the good old days. They know that the kids they bully don't want to get in trouble and that makes them even easier targets now that schools have stupid "Zero Tolerance" policies. My girlfriend has a co-worker whose kid is out of school because he was being bullied. The school knows he was bullied and the Principal even told the mother "off the record" that the other kid had it coming when her son decked him. They have security video showing the other kid taunting him before her son finally snapped and hit the kid. The kid took the bullying for a long time before fighting back. As soon as he fought back he was suspended and he tried to avoid getting suspended again. Knowing that he would get in trouble for fighting back, the other kids kept bullying him because they didn't have to worry about getting punched again. It worked for a long time but the kid eventually got fed up with the school not doing anything and fought back again. Now the school's solution is to send a tutor to his house so he doesn't have to go to school even though they know the other kids are the problem.
 

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Sounds like this kid has no strong male role model in his life. Otherwise, they would have taught him the proper way to 'educate' a bully.

Stalk them, beat them, leave them bleeding in a pile of their own shit. ;)
 

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My first day of high school a senior named Terry Marshall decided to bully me. I told my dad that night that I was likely going to have to fight Terry to get him to leave me alone. My dad just said "okay". That was the end of the subject. The next day Terry was waiting at my locker with a couple of his friends. He went to shove me and I commenced to delivering him an ass kicking while his friends stand their like when Ray Liotta pistol whipped Karen's neighbor. One of the school discipline guards nabbed me and I was escorted to the Dean's office. He bitched at me about fighting in his school and blamed me for the incident. I still remember that sawed off mother fucker. He stood 5ft nothing and thought he was a bad ass. So he calls my dad's work and dad shows up about 20 minutes later. The Dean is acting like "oh your screwed now aren't ya". There is a knock on his door and one of the office ladies let's my father in. Dad is in full uniform, and he's pissed off. The Dean explains what happened and dad stand's there silent. He tells my dad that I'm suspended for three days. Dad just stands there silent. Finally dad speaks.

Dad - Is the kid you hit the one you told me about?
Me - Yes, he tried to shove me so I let him have it.
Dad - Self defense. He was about to assault you, you did what you had to.
The Dean begins to argue with the both of us and brings up that I had broken the school rules on fighting. Dad listens to him for a minute.
Dad to the Dean - He came after my boy. He has been taught to defend himself. If you suspend him I'll have a lawyer up your ass before the end of the day.
Dean - Mike, go back to class I need to speak to your father.

Two things happened that day. Terry never fucked with me again, and that Dean never fucked with me again. I asked dad what he said to him, but he never gave me an answer. I know...cool story bro.

The point of my cool story bro, is that we are raising an entire generation of pussies. A rite of passage around my house was surviving your first encounter with a bully. I had two older brothers that beat the shit out of me all the time. When a bully came around, he had no idea that he was about to kick over a hornets nest. When I went crying to my dad because one of my brother's punched me he would just go "quite being a pussy and punch him back". I wasn't the only one raised like that at my school. And this "anti-bullying" shit is ridiculous. When you kicked a bully's ass, that usually meant you had a new friend. Brad Wilson was a fat 6th grader that punched me in the face when I was in the 4th grade. I went home sobbing to my dad that Brad hit me. Did my dad call the school? Did he call his lawyer to start a lawsuit? No, he put boxing gloves on me and taught me how to defend myself and he actually endorsed me going to school the next day and punching Brad in his big fat nose and his fat fucking gut. The school did nothing. I think they made me miss recess for a couple days.

This touchy-feely words hurt fucking PC society will be our downfall.
 

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Dad is in full uniform, and he's pissed off. The Dean explains what happened and dad stand's there silent.

Dean - Mike, go back to class I need to speak to your father.

Two things happened that day. Terry never fucked with me again, and that Dean never fucked with me again. I asked dad what he said to him, but he never gave me an answer.
One possibility, and this is only conjecture on my part... The little dean liked the strong silent type and got his gay on with your dad after they were alone in the office. Now where is that wavey hand thingy?
 

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There's bullies and then there's assholes. Bullies usually learn their lesson.We knew a bully in school who was an asshole. He probably lost more fights than won but you'd think he would have quit after losing a few, nope. The funniest one was his last, in H.S. He picked a fight with a kid who whooped his ass and gave him a black eye, walked around after it with sunglasses on.


The school, in this story, woun't be too happy if the kid just snaps
 

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He added that he and his mother would be holding an anti-bullying homecoming party in Brunswick on Friday to speak out about his treatment at that of others.
If my mother had announced plans to hold and anti-bullying party when I was in school, I would've said to her, Mom, let's just cut the bullshit and call this anti-bullying party what it is... my funeral.
 

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I'd love to say that you're right about that, but it doesn't work that way anymore. Bullies today seem to be bigger bitches than they were in the good old days. They know that the kids they bully don't want to get in trouble and that makes them even easier targets now that schools have stupid "Zero Tolerance" policies. My girlfriend has a co-worker whose kid is out of school because he was being bullied. The school knows he was bullied and the Principal even told the mother "off the record" that the other kid had it coming when her son decked him. They have security video showing the other kid taunting him before her son finally snapped and hit the kid. The kid took the bullying for a long time before fighting back. As soon as he fought back he was suspended and he tried to avoid getting suspended again. Knowing that he would get in trouble for fighting back, the other kids kept bullying him because they didn't have to worry about getting punched again. It worked for a long time but the kid eventually got fed up with the school not doing anything and fought back again. Now the school's solution is to send a tutor to his house so he doesn't have to go to school even though they know the other kids are the problem.
I'd be a little suspicious of the co-worker's story. The other kids were just "taunting" him? Not a real bonafide bullying, complete with classics such as the Knuckle Sandwich or Rock-Laden Snowball Peltings or just Being Hurled Into the Nearest Body of Water? Maybe the co-worker's kid is just a douche with a temper and deserves to be held back.

I'm always suspicious of when hens get together and talk about their personal lives. No offense to Ms. Uterus. I go to hospital clinical once a week and had to eat lunch while two of them in my group (one the instructor, not for nothing but she's easily the hottest milf I've seen, including porn. 4th divorce) yakked incessantly about their horrible ex-husbands and custody battles. Of course they were fully and sympathetically on each other's side with all disgust and no question. I'm trying to contain myself thinking, you dummies are just as in the wrong as the husbands, actually moreso. But people listen to other people bitch and it's their nature to sympathize because they're there.

Anyway, if the kid was really being wronged, he should have hit harder the first time.
 

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When I was little I got the bully by sharpening a popsicle stick on the curb and stabbing him in the neck with it. I was about 8 or 9. I bet that sumbitch never fucked with another kid the rest of his life. I got in trouble, but probably did the worId a service.
 

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The violence should occur off of school grounds. Because clearly the PC schmucks are running amok there.
Doesn't help. Many schools have declared what the students do to and from school also count as school property. So unless you all go home and then meet up somewhere later, you still get suspended then.....(see below)

What's so bad about being suspended? If it's a long time, people will hear about it and it'll make your reputation darker, which if you have a problem with bullies sounds like just what you need. Also a free vacation. Where's the downside? Losing out on education? Pff high school. Doesn't count.
The problem is not the first suspension. The problem is the second suspension when it becomes an expulsion.
 

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Part of the problem is the Zero Tolerance policy.

It never works. Every situation is different and requires
a different approach to handling it.
 

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When I was in 4th grade, I had a 7th or 8th grader come after me in my own yard for no particular reason other than I was there by myself. I javelined a 2x4 into his head, shattering his ear drum. Dad did beat my ass for it when the dumbass' father came by later with dumbass and a doctor bill in tow and tried to goad dumbass into trying to beat me up in my yard again. I see where it came from.
 

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First of all, fuck this reporter. She stood by and watched a kid get his ass kicked? If I was the station manager, I'd fire her. I'm a chick. And I also used to be a reporter. If I saw a kid catch a beating while I was on a story, I'd have jumped in and fought those shithead bullies off. Forget your story. Shit. Now it's better. But then again, maybe that's the difference between the newspaper broads and the TV bimbos.

Second, what the hell else are these kids supposed to do now? You can't fight back. YOU get in trouble. YOUR record grows and grows as you try and scrap your way out of the bullying. YOUR life is going to get progressively more fucked up as teachers call you "the troublemaker." If you want to go to college, YOU won't get in because of your "discipline problem." YOU will also have a nice criminal record that will follow you for the rest of your life. We've made it so these kids getting teased have to make a life-altering decision every time they go into class. You either take it silently until you slit your wrists or you defend yourself the way all of us adults would have a right to do if someone came swinging, punching and pushing at us and run the risk of fucking up your future over a bully. Well, you only get pushed so far before you fucking snap. I totally understand these kids that go to school and blow away a few of their classmates and shitty teachers. Don't think it's right, but like I said, what the hell else are they supposed to do? The schools and administrations have taken away the natural way of resolving issues and problems in favor of pretending everyone gets along.