Eagles Stand Up Against Bullying
By Kevin K
There was an incident of Bullying in Upper Darby SchoolDistrict, a School District outside of Philadelphia, in which the victim wasbeaten by seven older students that has now made National News.
According to 6 ABC News inPhiladelphia, “The segment began with the teen, Nadin Khoury, his mother, andstepfather speaking openly about the incident, which we first reported Mondaynight on Action News.
Khoury was attacked by sevenolder teenagers, bullied, beaten, and hung from a fence by his clothing. Ithappened in Upper Darby back in January 11th.
The teen told "TheView" why he thinks this all started.
"They were messing with mebecause I'm one of the smallest ones and, when we first moved to the area, theysaw my mom was African and they made fun of my mom a lot," Khoury said.
The teen said he's hoping thatsomeone will step in next time something like this happens, and call thepolice. In this case, police said witnesses did nothing to help.
The seven suspects, who attendthe Alternative High School for Troubled Students, remain in police custody forpsychiatric and risk evaluation”.
To surprise the student that was victimized a surprise appearance from WRDeSean Jackson, OG Todd Herremans, and C Jamaal Jackson.
DeSean Jackson handed a jersey to the victim and autographedit. All three players said that they “have his back” and offered him and hisfamily tickets to any Eagles game next season.visit http://ichoose2live.com/
for more information on Anti-Bullying. Eagles Center Jamaal Jackson is an advocate for this website.