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These Are The Disgusting Pictures Of One Little Boy’s Encounter With A School Bully


Bullying is a big problem and happens in almost every school, more than one out of five students have reported being bullied, according to the National Center for Educational Statistics.

Even though there are many forms of bullying and they are all harmful in their own way. Seven-year-old Jak from Shropshire, England was a victim of continual brutal physical torment that was so extreme it landed him in hospital.

His mother, Elaine shares his story in a Facebook post in pursuit of justice for her son. She revealed that her son Jak, was bullied by one child constantly. He was stabbed with a pencil, scratched, called names, punched and even hit around the face with a tennis racket.


The bully even convinced his brother and some friends to jump on his head. But the most recent incident is what made Elaine to seek justice on a much grander platform.


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

While at school, Jak’s bully hit him repeatedly then ended up pushing him so hard, he hit his head on a metal pole. He suffered a large bump on his head that pushed Elaine to take him to the emergency room.


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

The lump caused him unbearable pain and he suffered a concussion.


Since then, Jak has undergone surgery to drain a blood clot and also had to have an electric vacuum inserted.


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

Elaine also went to the Telford Police Station but considering that the boys were under ten years old, there was nothing they could do. The mother also claimed that the school has done nothing to solve this issue.


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

“My son has been in a hospital bed for 6 days,” Elaine wrote on Facebook. “Not once has the bully missed a break time or received any punishment!”


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

To deal with the pain, Jak has had to take antibiotics, painkillers and even morphine.


Since she didn’t get any help from the police or her son’s school, she created a page on Facebook that’s called “Justice for Jak.” The page has already amassed over 206,000 likes and followers.


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

Donations have begun to flood in from across the world to support Jak.


Jak’s hair won’t grow back and his scarring will last forever.


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

“We need to stand up to bullies,” Elaine wrote on Facebook. “Pull together and make a change! Teach our children to be kind, teach our children to speak up.”


Source:Facebook / Justice For Jak

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