White teen-aged students chained black boy to lamppost, whipped him to mock slave auction

By ROD ARDEHALI FOR MAILONLINE

A school is refusing to expel a group of white pupils who chained a black student to a lamppost and whipped him in a reported ‘mock slave auction’.

The terrified youngster was hit with sticks by seven teens who hurled abhorrent racist slurs at him and made references to the slave trade.

Three of the alleged involved were originally expelled but were allowed to return to the classroom when the board of governors overturned the headteacher’s decision.

The governors decided the expelled trio should instead be suspended for two weeks along with the other four boys involved.

The terrified youngster was hit with sticks by seven teens who hurled racial slurs at him and made references to the slave trade. Three of the alleged involved were expelled but allowed to return to the classroom when the board of governors overturned the headteacher's decision

The secondary school in Bath, Somerset, claims it ‘thoroughly investigated’ the incident in January took action ‘in line with statutory procedures’.

The victim’s parents did not wish to comment but other parents expressed their outrage at the troubling situation.

Full article at The DailyMail

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