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An 11-year-old died from a brain hemorrhage after his schoolmates kicked him in the head

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Bullying in Mexico affects 40% of primary and secondary students in public and private educational institutions.

Data from the National Human Rights Commission indicate that approximately 7.5 million minors have suffered some kind of harassment, intimidation, discrimination, theft of belongings, unfounded rumors, insulting jokes, or physical aggression.

Last week, in the Mexican state of Hidalgo, an 11-year-old boy lost his life resulting from injuries provoked by two other boys, reported the parents of the victim who died at the Actopan General Hospital.

The minor was in sixth grade at Benito Juárez Elementary School, in the Xitzo community, in the municipality of Santiago de Anaya, and according to the minor’s father, Obed Moreno Salvador, the events occurred on March 7.

It was the school director, identified as Rufino “N”, who took the minor to his home after the alleged attack, minimizing what happened.

Witness testimonies indicated that the school principal abruptly picked Adriel up and forcibly put him into his truck to drive him home.

The father of the victim stated that the school principal assured that the minor had only been pushed to the floor, and only had his arm injured.

When he went to the hospital, the doctors confirmed that his collarbone was loose, but Adriel also had a stroke on the brain, presumably caused by blows to the head.

After almost a week in agony, the minor died on Tuesday, March 12th, and his father reported that other kids testified that two students pushed the child to the floor, and “kicked him in the head while he was lying on the ground.”

“They kicked him in the head on the left side of the skull, he had a severely large bruise and the internal bleeding progressed very quickly”, Adriel’s father said.

Moreno Salvador demands justice and that the school director, Rufino “N”, as well as the sixth-grade teacher, Flor “N” be held responsible for their omissions, in addition to punishment for the two children responsible for the attack.

TYT Newsroom

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