NBC10 Boston is reporting about a recent attack on a 13-year-old student that was posted on social media last week.

According to the article, the mother of the injured Condon School student says her eighth-grade daughter suffered injuries to her hands, parts of her hair were ripped out, and she has a fractured rib from the incident that happened last week after school roughly about a block away from the D Street school.

Evidently, according to the BPD report, the girl was walking home from school when another Condon student approached her, calling her a snitch and a liar. She then punched her, grabbed her by the hair, threw her to the ground, and dragged her.

Luckily, a good Samaritan broke up the assault and walked the young girl back to her school.

You can read the details here. 

One Comment

  1. Unknown March 13, 2024 at 12:29 pm - Reply

    This is the same group of kids that dragged my 58 year old husband out of our hallway and beat him. I heard the video was also posted to the internet. We went to the police and ask if they could put a detail there when school lets out, because of them harassing employees and customer of the local businesses. I was told “it has been sent up the street” (I do not know what that means!) but supposedly it means that there is some “other” location that handles business when they are being harassed. I also heard there was a witness and knows all the kids names but will not come forward. I’m 4th Generation Southie and have lived her for 63 years – and it pains me to see the lack of discipline in these children, and the lack of support from the authorities. Please need to get their heads out of the SAND!! and really see what is going on.

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