Steel1 saidI'm not happy to hear about this at all. I'd like to know if his parents knew about the bullying and why the teachers and principal of the school weren't told about this. I'm sure people saw the bullying taking place. This whole thing is because no one knows how to communicate. Either they don't know how or they're too scared. It's a damn shame. Above all, what will happen to the accused bullies? They need to be counseled and informed about what their actions are capable of doing to others. Unless the root of the problem is destroyed, this will never stop This whole thing is because no one knows how to communicate
Or don't care.
Or think "he had it coming - this will teach him a lesson."
The legislature won't do a thing, if it's like most legislative bodies. Legislators will be cowering from fear of being seen to "promote homosexuality." The answer is to sue the bejesus out of every school, school board, teacher and principal until it becomes too dangerous/expensive to let this sort of thing happen.
On top of all that, what the hell are kids being taught who think it's okay to bully, or to sit there and watch it happen. What a dreadful generation is coming along if this sort of thing is allowed to happen.