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title=” (Source: Lyrik Martin Facebook Page) “border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ >( Source: Lyrik Martin Facebook Page ). CLAREMONT, N.H.( AP)– Teenagers in New Hampshire teased an 8-year-old biracial boy with racial slurs then pressed him off of a picnic table with a rope around his neck, injuring him, the kid’s family stated.
The child was dealt with at a healthcare facility for cuts to his neck following the near-hanging Aug. 28 in Claremont, the kid’s grandmother, Lorrie Slattery, informed the Valley News (http://bit.ly/2wkX70X!.?.! ). He has given thatbeen released and has actually gone back to school in Claremont. Slattery stated the kids were
in a backyard when a few of the teens got on the table and got a rope that held a tire swing. It’s not clear how the rope navigated her grand son’s neck, but Slattery stated the teens pushed him off the table. No grownups are believed to have experienced the incident. A professional on abuse who spoke with the boy at the medical facility said he swung from his neck 3 times before being able to remove the rope, Slattery said. None of the teens pertained to his help, she said. “One young boy said …’ Let’s do this, ‘and after that pressed
him off the picnic table and hung him,” Slattery stated. Claremont Cops Chief Mark Chase told the paper his department is examining an Aug. 28 occurrence including several juveniles. He decreased to supply information and chose not to validate the case involved the 8-year-old boy. Chase did not respond Monday to calls and e-mails from The Associated Press.
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