These kids need put away for a long time. They’re old enough to be charged as adults and they are lucky they didn’t kill this kid.
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A video showing the brutal beating of a sixth grade boy by three 15-year-old students on a Florida school bus as the driver watched helplessly as they broke the victim’s arm and left him with two black eyes has sparked a flood of outrage and debate.
Fifteen-year-olds Joshua Reddin, Julian McKnight, and Lloyd Khemradj were arrested shortly after the July 9 incident for aggravated assault, according to a WFLA report.
The video of the merciless pounding, however, was only recently posted to social media where people have debated why the Pinellas County bus driver John Moody 64, did not physically intervene to help the victim during the attack.
“You gotta get somebody here quick, quick, quick, quick,” Moody is heard saying in the video. “They’re about to beat this boy to death over here,” he adds but never once does he move to intervene beyond calling for help.