Knock-Out Game is Back : This Time Pre-teens Are Being Used
Where are the parents? Kids are being suckerpunched and suffering broken bones, and others are being burned with aerosol cans in the name of fun
In Las Vegas, a group of teens were filmed attacking a woman and then moving to attack property and hurting others in the process.
According to neighbors who wanted the drama unfold, the woman suffered a broken finger and a sprained ankle, but they say that it’s the “new normal” where they live.
A middle school teacher in the neighborhood said:
“I want people to know that video where my neighbor is getting beat, this isn’t a one time thing.”
Others joined in to say that it’s been making living in the community a nightmare.
Jon Harris, whose wife was attacked, say that the adults know the names of the kids, and have photos and videos and have approached the parents of the teens causing the attacks.
“…two to three times a day, [the kids] are an issue and two to three times a day police come. Police handcuff them, then ten minutes later you see them back walking around.”
Middle School Kids Caught On Camera Jumping Mom
Here’s a short, two-and-a-half minute video from Fox News in Las Vegas showing a victim of a recent bout of the knockout game.
According to Jon Harris, the husband of the woman jumped,
“Sixty kids came out of no where and just rushed everyone. I don’t know how it started but we turned around and my wife was getting jumped by a bunch of kids.”
Further in the video, you can see that several teens were picking up rocks the size of baseballs and throwing them, many of them making contact with homes and cars. The husband quoted above said:
“[The group of teens] hit my neighbors’ wife with those rocks. He was also trying to protect his wife…You can’t drive down the street. They stop cars, they try to get in the cars. They start banging on cars.”
The teens are all known to attend the local Edmundo Escobedo Sr. Middle School. So, the teacher quoted above — Mr. Eric Phillips — said:
“…when I talked to my neighbor and she said her eight-year-old was not going to school because she was afraid, I said [that] the school needs to do something.”
But when Phillips had written statements brought in from the community, the school said that they would not be investigating further.
According to parents, tensions are high, with Harris adding:
“This is a situation someone is not going to come back from if it doesn’t stop.”
The school refuses to comment on the situation.
Aerosol Can Burns Mean Kids Need Skin Grafts
Meanwhile in jolly old England, multiple schools have students that engage in a trend of the “deodorant challenge,” where students hold each other down and spray aerosol deodorant on each others’ skin for as long as possible.
Since this is a very wrong way of working with aerosols, at least one student’s mother is using social media to reach out to others to warn moms and dads to check their kids for burns. One girl named Elle is being considered for a skin graft after suffering second degree burns from the other students.
Elle’s mother described the “game” as such, and posted photos of her daughter’s arm:
“…[it] involved spraying deodorant on to someone else for as long as possible… It’s that simple and results in severe secondary burns. [These pictures] or are my [15-year-old] daughter’s are THREE WEEKS ON which may still as yet require a skin graft.”
And it’s not an isolated incident. Once posted on social media, other students chimed in to say that they too have been victims and that the trend is going around their own educational facilities.
Kids Need Parents, Not Pre-Kindergarten Psychologists
Through all this, there’s a push for the health and well being of children to be stripped from parents and handed over to high priced doctors slinging medication. For example, the Child Mind Institute, which has deep connections to both Hillary Clinton and federal charges, says that millions of kids will develop a mental health disorder and that doctors should be screening very young kids for depression.
Sources: Gateway Pundit, Fox News