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Colleton County officials say no charges will be filed against the 5th grader involved in a classroom fight with 10-year-old RaNiya Wright last month. A coroner ruled that RaNiya died of natural causes two days later in an intensive care unit.

Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone said the coroner ruled RaNiya's death was caused by an undiagnosed tangle of blood vessels in her brain that burst, causing massive bleeding and swelling inside her skull.

"Natural causes" means RaNiya's undiagnosed neurological condition would likely have resulted in her death under normal circumstances - regardless of whether she was involved in a fight or simply sitting quietly at home.

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Ashley Wright, RaNiya's mother, says her daughter complained of headaches in the months leading up to her death.

Ashley disputes the coroner's findings. She believes RaNiya suffered some form of trauma during the fight that aggravated her pre-existing condition, causing her blood vessels to break.

Ashley said other students told her RaNiya hit her head on a bookcase during the fight.

The two girls had been arguing all day, according to officials at Forest Hills Elementary School in Walterboro, South Carolina.

RaNiya and the other girl were taken to the principal's office, where RaNiya suddenly grabbed her head, complained of a headache, vomited and collapsed on the floor.

She was still breathing but unresponsive in the nurse's office when medics arrived minutes later. She was transported to a local hospital with what medics described as "an apparent minor injury."

Then she was airlifted to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, where she was placed on life support.
 
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The Colleton County Sheriff's Office said no weapons were involved in the fight on March 25. RaNiya was taken off life support and pronounced dead on March 27.

She was laid to rest on April 3.
 

  • 11pink123

    It was a fight between 10 year olds. Nobody should go to jail unless they were bullying her or something.

    I feel bad that her daughter passed away.

  • Y’all Jealous Cuz I’m Prudy

    She said her daughter was being bullied. Some of the kids said her daughter was the bully. Now, its bursted, tangled vessels that caused the death. Who knows what to believe. This is just sad all the way around.

  • more

    This is disgusting! Even if these are two adults no one should be going to jail. Especially when the person had a preexisting condition.

    Shame on RaNiya Wright's mother for trying to ruin a child's life.

    This could happen to anyone!

  • Gloria

    Such a sad case all around. I'm glad that the other child will not be punished for this young girl's death.
    The parents have to really take the time and reflect on their role in this, as hard as that may be.
    If the child was complaining of headaches for months, did the parents seek medical attention for their child?
    The death could have been avoided if the child received early medical intervention.

  • LYRICS

    Very mindful of the pain and anguish the family is feeling, but mom move on and heal. Don't cause any further devastation to another family. It hurts, but trust there must've been a brighter star for baby girl...

  • MrsSpice1

    Yea well unfortunately no one will ever know not even some doctors, if rather or not her being involved in a physical attack may have led to her diagnosis being the result of her death early and thats the mystery unsolved..if she had not been in a fight would she have lived longer? Doctors diagnosis ppl everyday to only have a certain amount of time to live or whatever which in many cases that isn’t always true, the body is miraculous in how it can heel itself and survive. Im sorry to say possibly because shes a black girl they didn’t care to investigate any further.

  • Robert lee Bennett OG

    Black schools are damn ZOOS ask any teacher that teaches in a predominantly black public school

  • MrsSpice1

    Oh yea and how many mass school shootings involved black kids?

  • MsPam

    RIP Baby Girl! Where’s the post about John Singleton?!

  • WhoKnew

    RIP RaNiya. Mom may peace be with you...but for your own peace of mind get an autopsy.

  • WhoKnew

    OT.

    This is what I read.

    Singleton, 51, reportedly suffered the stroke on Friday night, April 19, 2019. Singleton’s celebrity pals have also confirmed the news via social.”

    Wow, I hope all goes well with his recovery.

  • Renee26

    Mom needs to go after the doctors that didn't look further into her headaches...sounds negligent to me

  • tia

    So she had an aneurysm??? They need to push for more answers. Raniya's altercation set her issue off. Keep pressing for a resolution mama!! Someone needs to take accountability. It ain't over..

  • tia

    You're statement may have a tad of truth to it. However, go to the white schools/suburbs and at any moment you're subject to get shot up. All those mass school shootings are not happening in the "hood." Its really damn if you do and damn if don't. I see what you're saying tho.

  • Ghost

    Just read this! Take care of yourselves folks! ??????

  • Wile E. Coli

    No answer to your silly question will change that simple fact

  • PlayerP

    This is the way it is now girl...I was going to the doctor with my ex...now while I'm not a doctor, I've been on a health journey since I was a child...with that, I was telling the doctor about all his symptoms, what I thought it could possibly be and was suggesting further testing after initial tests were done and the doctor said he was fine. Fast forward...the initial tests were proof of what I had suggested the problem might be and he ignored them...to the point where my ex kept going back...the dumb ass doctor ran tests and was about to send him home AGAIN telling him he was fine until we protested...needless to say the doctor MISSED or didn't care enough about a Black mans health (I thought he was racist from the get) to make sure he was getting proper care - all this with great ins. Do you know he ended up going to the hospital THAT DAY for a month and a half! Dumb ass doctor said he could have died and should have BEEN already.

    OT: whatever the case...the fight exacerbated her condition. Whose to say when this might have presented itself....
    "But community residents whose children attend the school say RaNiya was choked out by a fellow fifth-grader while the substitute teacher was out of the classroom."
    I would still call foul on the school tho...everything in divine order I suppose...RIP RaNiya

  • WinterIsComing

    From the information that was released up until this point this sounds exactly right. If my kid was continuously suffering from headaches, I wouldn’t stop until I found what the root cause was. I understand the mom is in pain and is looking for someone to blame but she needs to look at the evidence.

  • OvertheMississippi

    Just as I figured from the start while all of the conspiracy theorists were coming up with reasons to fault the school. We are blamed for all of the students’ problems sadly. ??

  • Lady_Elle

    The family needs to hire a private medical examiner... that way they will not be left wondering.

    So sad.

  • Renee26

    Yeah it's best to go to multiple doctors when you know something is wrong and you PC isn't listening or helping... This child could have been helped. I agree the fight or stress magnified her illness.

  • Lady_Elle

    Doctors... PRACTICE medicine.

    Thank God you guys were persistent!

  • tintin

    I think the fight offset her sickness could be thr anxiety and stress of it all

  • WinterIsComing

    You must be diligent when dealing with doctors-studies have shown they have biases (conscious and unconscious) that contribute to poor handling of black folks. All my doctors (primary care, Gynocologist and dermatologist) are black, although I know it’s not always possible to have only black doctors. You have to ask a bunch of questions especially when things don’t make sense and get second and third opinions from doctors in different hospital networks. My bf’s mom was misdiagnosed by two different doctors with arthritis and by the time she got a 3rd opinion that properly diagnosed it as cancer it had metastasized to her major organs.

  • Kimocha

    Sounds like an aneurysm... This is so sad and I feel for the mother... May Raniya RIP.

  • Robert lee Bennett OG

    How many teenage black kids get killed in gangs or murder people 10x more than white kids dying in mass shootings..you people really Are dumb ass hell on here

  • Robert lee Bennett OG

    You people are so dam dumb to not understand that way way more black school age kids kill each other OR go to jail for murder than ALL these school shootings combined

  • PlayerP

    Yikes...Godspeed to her

  • Robert lee Bennett OG

    They was trying to blame Trump

  • Queen B

    Not my daughter's school....majority of those children are on point and they have awesome classroom management skills

  • Robert lee Bennett OG

    And that very very rare

  • WinterIsComing

    She died shortly after.

  • Whiplash(lacejagger)

    A majority, not all of PB schools.

  • QueDawg6

    She doesn't agree because she will miss a payday!

  • Robert lee Bennett OG

    Ok we can agree but it still ridiculous you got teachers afraid of students

  • dontgetblocked

    Just a tragedy. I bet the other girl involved in the fight, never hits anyone again. She'll carry the guilt for the rest of her life.

  • KLove

    What the coroner is describing is called an Arterio-veinous malformation,

    also known as an AVM. I was diagnosed with this about 15 or so yrs ago. I was running a 107 fever for about a week straight and had these massive headaches.....it showed up on an MRI......its too deep in my brain to operate on, and i declined the radiation...i was like nah fam im good on that....so the cause of death is totally plausible, but my question is, what was the catalyst that caused it to burst???

  • Strappyheels

    What was your partners ailment??

    I truly understand, I had to round with doctors all my life. Being a dark skin petite black woman they always thought they could overtalk me.

    When I finished with one dr he was asking where I went to Medical School at. I told him in my science classes as child and in college..

  • KLove

    who knows what their insurance situation was looking like....conditions like that are hard to detect

  • Strappyheels

    A black doctor doesn’t always treat you the best either. We may have same phenotype but we have different realities.

    I had a bourgeois black dermatologist that I had to read before and he thought because I was a teen mom I was dumb. He learned that day!!

  • Ghost

    Thank you for that first hand information...I was trying to wrap my brain around the diagnosis and reading your post helped a lot. Not a lawyer but I believe there is some negligence on the school and 5th grader...she had been walking around with this for how long??? But after the fight it burst? ?????!

    so sad.....?????? For the family

  • KLove

    Well, the way the doctors explained it to me (i was around 23 at the time), was that even lifting heavy objects could cause it to burst...they told me it has the greatest chance of bursting between 25-35 yrs of age (im 40 now)...it was some scary stuff to hear...but, bottom line, its damn near impossible to determine what exactly caused it to burst...especially since she was complaining of headaches months prior...the thing is, you would need a CT scan or MRI in order to detect it, and those are expensive....I ran up a $17,000 bill for 3 days in the hospital (i didnt have insurance at the time)....i basically told the doctors "we all gotta die somehow, and Im not gonna stop living life because of this".......but i be scared sometimes...especially when i hear about folks aneurysms rupturing, or folks having a stroke

  • KLove

    Maybe Sandra can give us a medical minute post about AVM and aneurysms to help educate the masses

  • KLove

    a lawyer may be able to argue negligence with regard to the bullying complaints....however, the lawyer would have a hard time proving that the school and school system is responsible for the death based on the preexisting condition....but they will settle anyway just to make it go away, as litigation is way more expensive

  • ClaireHuxtable

    It wasn't natural. The fight aggravated her condition. She may have continued to live for an unspecified period of time.

  • ClaireHuxtable

    Thank you for sharing K. You're a strong and courageous.

  • ClaireHuxtable

    Keep living your life and making the best of each day!

  • QueDawg6

    The deeper pocket wins. The tactic is with no settlement on the table I would drag this out, she doesn't have the resources! They are playing with house money.

  • Miss Thang

    Ok so she got a head injury during the fight. As intracranial pressure increased from bleeding in the brain, main symptoms are the patient complains of a terrible headache and vomits. Then patient suddenly loses consciousness. The school did everything they were supposed to. This is a very unfortunate tragedy ?

  • Karen Brady

    That woman in the mint green looks like she's going to a sock-hop. It's distracting.

  • WinterIsComing

    I’m Sorry That’s been your experience. Mine have only been positive.

  • Curtis

    The two girls were fighting and arguing the whole day according to officials at the elementary schools. This shows both of them come from unstable backgrounds where conflict resolution is by violence and verbal outbursts. It wouldn't be shocking they are poor students either. For those who are new parents enroll your kid in a charter or Catholic school where foundation of knowledge is well established, and away from distractors like these two girls.

  • speakinmymind

    I had a black GYN mis-diagnose enlarged lymph nodes under my arm as a hair bump. She prescribed a cream for me to rub on it even when I told her it didn't hurt (as hair bumps normally do). Turns out I had Hodgkin's Lymphoma diagnosed by an Indian GYN who felt the lump and immediately ordered a biopsy. Thanks to her, I'm here 14 years later to tell the story.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    ?? When I was a student in middle school and high school, we didn't have to deal with kids who had behavioral disorders. Those kids were always transferred out and enrolled in alternate schools. I agree that students who come from low income, single parent broken homes can be a distraction because they lack the discipline and maturity that we had. The public school system should reopen alternate schools for these students. There was a report that Six Baltimore schools don't have a single student proficient in math or English.

  • Cheese eggs

    I remember that as well. A kid would act up and the administration would check those grades.....and they would be gone. It was harsh....but it worked

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    When you transfer children with behavioral problems to alternative schools, their test scores don't weigh down the test scores in the school district because those students are not counted. Even though I went to a majority Black school, our test scores were impressive. You can't say the same for most majority Black schools nowadays because they mingle the bad students in with the good.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Right! That's why our school district consistently won awards for excellence, because the incorrigibles were moved to the alternative schoolhouse next door. But leave it to the liberals to decide alternative schools violated their civil rights. ?

  • XoXo

    I hope they get her some therapy because she’s going to need it.

  • Cheese eggs

    I'm going to agree with you on that. Not only did it work, it really made the other students feel comfortable. It needs to be re instituted.

  • the guest

    The child was murdered. People need to google research online. South Carolina known for the worst schools in the country. This child's murder is being covered up because that state doesn't want a worse reputation. People have no problem coming down hard on Chicago. But nobody wants to talk about the dangerous black kids in the south. The south is no joke. The black kids are dangerous down there because white folks want it to stay that way. Nobody lets white kids fight all day in school. This child's killing was preventable.

  • Y’all Jealous Cuz I’m Prudy

    That's what I was thinking.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The Democrats won't allow it.

  • IyanlaVanzantoftheInterWebs

    W O W!

  • IyanlaVanzantoftheInterWebs

    Miss Karen... What is a Sock-hop?

  • IyanlaVanzantoftheInterWebs

    ??

  • Cheese eggs

    Sad but true

  • GiltyPlezur

    With all due respect, it's the mom's decision when to move on and heal, not yours. The other family raised a bully who might have caused the death of another child she constantly picked on. I have no sympathy for the other family, sorry.

    Moral of the story: if you raise your children to be kind and considerate of others, you won't have to worry about them hurting their classmates. I work in public schools and like someone said above, it's like a friggin zoo!

  • GiltyPlezur

    I was going to respond to you but judging by your "hood" point of view, I don't think it would be worth it.

  • GiltyPlezur

    Several of the students had been bullying her daughter for months, according to mom. Something's going to have to be done about these public schools. They're horrible!

  • Daffanyrose

    But what if the other girl hit her first? What was she suppose to sit there and be hot and don’t defend herself. I disagree with your comment. Maybe the other girl came from a unstable environment but not the deceased.

  • Daffanyrose

    Sandra they do have them here in Silver Spring Maryland. A friend of my daughter Lily went to one in Rockville Md

  • xenaD

    I wonder wat was all going on in the alternative school?! I just have so many questions? ?

  • Li-Wright

    Mom had taken her to the doctor for 2 years complaining of headaches. Nothing mom can do. She can't sue the school the city, nobody. Only thing she can do is get a second autopsy and see if results are different.

  • Li-Wright

    @Sandra, I can attest to that. We have "specialty" schools in Chicago. "Gifted" "fine arts" "college prep" and parents will beg steal and borrow to get their kids into the better schools. But of course, the "progressives" want to do away with the specialty schools and allow all students in, even the distruptive rowdy ones. I travel to those schools and can attest that the kids are mannerable, their parents are involved, they have "community" atmosphere. You go outside of those specialty schools and it's near mayhem in the hallways.
    If I had kids I would send them to private schools; or try to get them into the specialty schools.

  • Li-Wright

    Do you remember Tammy Terrell? You may want to look up her bio on "Unsung" TVone.

  • Li-Wright

    THIS incident set her condition off. But she had been having headaches and was seeing doctors for 2 years. ANYTHING could have set it off.

  • Harley

    ????

  • Lovers & Friends

    So you are recommending parents feed their kids to Catholics?

  • GinJen

    I'm sure Drs. ordered an MRI for the child. It's up to the parents to schedule the MRI and actually take the child to the appointment. I'm pretty sure with several complaints of headaches on several different occasions, Drs. ordered for the child to have an MRI. It's standard practice and MRIs have little to no adverse effects to patients vs. CT scans. I'm sure mom would be suing the Drs. if they never ordered any imaging for the child. Atleast she needs to?????

  • GinJen

    You are absolutely correct. In fact, this is the reason so many caucasian patients got addicted to pain pills ...because Drs. over prescribed opiates to them and under prescribed to blacks. There are plenty of studies suggesting that Drs' biases and prejudices helped contribute to the opiate crisis impacting mostly whites.

  • Miss Thang

    Patients are the experts on their own health. Since she was a child, her mother is responsible for her health. You cannot hold a complete stranger responsible for this child’s death. The mother didn’t do her due diligence regarding her child’s health.

  • Miss Thang

    It was s schoolyard fight that led to a tragic death. Grow up.

  • WinterIsComing

    Yup! I agree! In this case it helped us.

  • WinterIsComing

    Good question

  • WinterIsComing

    Folks are too smart these days to give their children to the catholic pedophile ring. Furthermore, passive aggressive behavior is just as bad as other types of aggressive behavior.

  • WinterIsComing

    Lebron James opened up a school in his hometown for underachieving, low income students. He provided them and their parents with resources and opportunities. Their test scores improved tremendously.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    That's great to hear! It definitely makes a huge difference when parents are involved in their child's schooling. The children are happy because they see how attentive and involved their parents are. Lol @ "parents will beg steal and borrow to get their kids into the better schools."

    I pray the Democrats don't close those specialty schools. They hate to see Black children excel at anything.

  • Miss Thang

    So stfu

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I don't want to know. All I know is I didn't want to end up in there. ?

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I'm surprised because Maryland is a blue state.

  • GinJen

    100!!! Facts on facts!

  • Daffanyrose

    Yes me too.. I’m going to try to find out the name of it and get back to you

  • Cliffpetty

    And this is why I tell my boys. .let the last option be fighting. With kids on all kinds of medicine and adults you never know what's going on in their body. Very sad

  • HoneyHitchcock

    I’m not sure if the mom knew of her condition. I heard on tv that it was an undiagnosed birth defect.

  • HoneyHitchcock

    Right, the family will settle this case for little to nothing.

  • DC Ren’ee

    Lady more forward, get another Opinion on the autopsy. 2yrs might want to look at yourself for doing nothing in those 2yrs...

  • OvertheMississippi

    Dance in the 50s. Happy Days era.

  • Tee Tee

    When your child complains of a headache take them to a doctor ASAP!!!!! My cousin complained of a headache for weeks her mother finally took her to the hospital she had brain cancer!

  • Li-Wright

    Did they have insurance? Possible the family didn't have insurance was getting diagnosed by the Medicaid doctors and not seen by a specialist. A specialist would have put the child through a battery of tests including neuro tests and MRIs.

  • LYRICS

    Valid. As I mentioned "very mindful" of the grieving process. Sometimes trying to "seek justice" when u may be very well apart of the issue (not once did I say there wasn't) may be a hindrance from moving forward through the grieving process. I KNOW it's on her time (that's the point of grieving), I was just saying that this "justice walk" is not the way to do it.??????

  • Alextra Ballard

    No matta how we try to spin this it’s still a very sad situation..it’s gonna take momz sometime to process and except these findings.

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  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    She got into a fight. Kids get into fights all the time. That doesn't mean she was murdered.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    Sadly, I think you might be right. I'm sure she was probably thinking she could sue and maybe collect millions.

  • Chocolate

    Yes, it’s sad and tough! No one can make sense of a seemingly healthy child dying of natural causes. But these pre-existing conditions can have u here today and gone today!

  • Chocolate

    I’m sorry. Same thing happened w my friend’s 10 yr old brother.

  • Renee26

    She took her to the doctor many times... That's what mom was supposed to do... Go to PROFESSIONALS for help. Those professionals failed her. They are responsible.

    Malpractice suits exist for that very reason... Professionals can be held responsible for their negligence.

  • currvalicious

    How dare you judge this child. Did you know her & or her family personally to make such claims? I doubt it.

  • currvalicious

    This is exactly what I believed happened. And remember, the ME works for the city. So, that office is here to protect the city's interests. Such as squashing a potential lawsuit.

  • Reina1718

    Yes, 2yrs is crazy even for an adult

  • Reina1718

    Yes, it could be anything. Even a tooth pain could kill u

  • currvalicious

    Your positivity is refreshing as well as uplifting. May the Lord continue his favor upon you.

  • currvalicious

    Wow! That's chilling. Thanks for sharing your story. Blessings to you as well as that astute Indian doctor.

  • currvalicious

    "Don't cause further devastation to another family". persuing justice on behalf of her daughter?? Really... Well nothing can be more devastating than the death of your child, especially a sudden & unexpected death. IDC what anyone says, that fight with that bully caused that rupture.

  • currvalicious

    Exactly. And these insurance companies don't go above beyond to make sure their patients are getting the care & services that are paramount for quality of life.

  • MNjumpoffacliff

    Your heart just aches for her

  • AriesSun

    The pre-existing condition was a ticking time bomb and that seems to be what killed the girl.The parents bare some responsibility in this because if the girl complained of headaches for 2 years,then she should have took her to the doctor and the blood vessel abnormality would have been discovered.

    I really hate to say this but I believe this is about money.

  • TransMichelle

    Where does it say she took her to the doctor many times?

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  • TransMichelle

    What you "believe" and the "facts" are totally different. Stop thinking that everything negative dealing with black folks is a conspiracy.

  • the guest

    They are scapegoating the health of this little girl to cover up her murder in school in order to protect the state, school district, and school from lawsuits and bad press. The murdered little girl's parents should at the very least sue the teacher for negligence.

  • LYRICS

    Fair enough, but (I was keeping the family of the deceased in mind) can u imagine what this court proceedings would be like? They're gonna make that poor baby out to be a monster, regardless of what caused her death or even if she was a bully. Not to mention what the other family is going to do! "Devastation" was used for lack of a better word. Bottom line, getting closure for themselves (maybe an independent autposy/investigation to disprove their theory) is what matters. Going through an unfair justice system for them to tell u that their initial conclusion stands, hurts more not to mention the horrible ish they're gonna say about that lil' baby....

  • Tee Tee

    Sad?

  • GiltyPlezur

    No, it was repeated bullying that she had to endure. I can guess what side of that you were probably on during your school years.

  • GiltyPlezur

    You just proved my point.

  • Chicagowise

    A cerebral AVM (arteriovenous malformation) is a serious condition and if this an accurate diagnosis, she was is serious trouble. However, while the physical aspects of the fight didn't her... it's possible the altercation elevated her blood pressure, causing the tangled blood vessels in her brain to burst. They need to hire a lawyer that specializes in medical claims.

  • Skin Deep Beauty

    Child Charter AND Catholic Schools have the same dayum element you speak of. Exactly why these suburbanites are on ALLLLL KINDS OF DRUGS, killing their entire families and shooting up public places. EXACTLY why these priest be having their way with these children and the kids don't rebuff until they grow up and become serialist!!

  • rayne215

    i wonder what insurance she had. if its state insurance, the drs probably didnt bother to check for such condition

  • rayne215

    this happened in Delaware, a teen girl died after a fight and it turned out she had a heart condition as well. the girl was initially charged but it was dropped

  • OvertheMississippi

    1. Chicago White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar remains hospitalized after a brain hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm caused him to collapse in the dugout during Friday’s game.

    2. She was kicking a penalty kick, and she just collapsed,” he told the Westerly Sun. Maddie Potts, 17, slumped onto the pitch during a game in Rhode Island on Saturday and died hours later from a brain aneurysm. School District Superintendent Barry Ricci said the tragic death was not related to the game.

    3. Dana Housley was playing in a game Saturday when she reportedly told her coach she felt dizzy and collapsed. Family and teammates had held out hope the 15-year-old player would survive the traumatic event.

    WHOSE FAULT ARE THESE DEATHS? The opposing teams?

  • the guest

    Not one of these individuals were a 10 year old girl being physically assaulted in their 5th grade classroom. A little girl whose health condition is being scapegoated and murder being covered up to protect that state's reputation for having the worst schools in the nation, and to protect that state, city, school district, and school from lawsuits.

  • the guest

    THANK YOU!

  • the guest

    Her daughter was being bullied. And what typically happens is that eventually the bullied kid begins to stand up for themselves or fight back. Then for fighting back the bullied kid is called a bully. Best to move your child to a new school when they are bullied.

  • Miss Thang

    That girl was not murdered. Stfu. Damn.

  • the guest

    Pardon, she was killed.

  • OvertheMississippi

    Thank you!!

  • OvertheMississippi

    Wow! Just wow!

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  • Braxton P. Hartnabrig

    Why get mad at the state and not the parents for having the worst schools in the country. Ultimately, if the students are all tought at home by the parents to be respectful and listen to their teachers and not cause trouble, then maybe the young girl would be and live and the schools wouldn't be so bad. I bet this school is majority black students .

  • Braxton P. Hartnabrig

    OH PLEASE!!! I BET this school is majority black students from black single mothers. And don't tell me that the school being majority black students from black single mothers is not the issue when it is. I bet the lil girl she was fighting with is black also and her mom is a single black parent. Why did the father and the mother of this young lady both have separate press conference?

  • Braxton P. Hartnabrig

    Do you see what color the mother is? That will tell you it's about money. You see the new come up amongst people that look like that is to not raise your kids right hoping something like this would happend and then lawyer up in hopes of the big pay day. This is the new low income blacks come up.

  • Braxton P. Hartnabrig

    "2yrs might want to look at yourself for doing nothing in those 2yrs"

    Now you know that for the most part AA put the blame on every one else except themselves. It's cultural behaviour that has been passed down.

  • Braxton P. Hartnabrig

    " Did the mom tell the school about child's condition?"

    Black mothers be like "THAT'S NONE OF THEIR BUSINESS "

  • the guest

    Of course this is a majority black school and I went online and read that state has the worst schools in the country. Teaching is not just a paycheck and it's not just teaching. Teachers are accountable for what transpires in their classroom.

    The parents, that's two parents, that murdered innocent little black girl has a father and mother who both gave press conferences pleading for justice for their little girl.

    Where the parents fail in these situations is by continuing to send their kids to a school where they know they are being harassed.

    The murdered little girl's parents should have removed her from that school months ago.

    STILL, the teacher is accountable for a classroom fight under her watch in her classroom where a child's violence killed her classmate.

  • DC Ren’ee

    Maybe...Sometimes!

  • the guest

    This particular little black girl who was murdered was a child of TWO PARENTS very involved in her life. Both the father and mother held press conferences.

    I think the media is overlooking the jealousy factor in this case. The murdered little girl has two parents and in every photo appears very loved, cared and provided for by both parents.

    I guarantee the violent girl who committed the murder comes from circumstances you describe in your comment.

    Parents need to get it in their heads that you can't take excellent care of your child then put them in environments with neglected kids. Neglected kids whatever race are prone to jealousy and violence.

  • the guest

    The murdered girl and her parents are obviously not depraved low income people. Their mistake was not removing their little girl from that school.

  • Sha

    Not necessarily, it's been a come up as you want to call, in EVERY race, The caucasian race just keeps their cases on the low, when suing. Come on with this race bull shit. Happy Monday.

  • SpiceGirl

    Just WOW! Rest easy baby girl!!

  • Braxton P. Hartnabrig

    "The black kids are dangerous down there because white folks want it to stay that way"

    I totally disagree. Black kids in the south are dangerous because they are pass on a dangerous lifestyle called REAL NIGGA. To blame white folks are any other folks for the problems in black house holds is plain ole irresponsible. Couple of things that are not tought in these house hold enough are 1. respected towards teachers and anyone of authority and, 2. How to resolve a conflict with out violence.

  • free

    we need a "cracker-detector" in this blog. that is all.

  • more

    I think you should try actually reading the story. Hood folk don't like to read i see .

  • Gowns. Beautiful Gowns

    NONE of this haas anything to do with this child fighting in her school...shut up

  • Carrington

    She looked just like her mama!

  • YellowSauce

    THIS is why I don't give too much credit to "experts" this child was beaten and died 2 days later ...HOW can that be natural????!!!! and so they are trying to say that even if she didn't get beat up she would have died anyways???? ... I'm confused and this mother neeeds to sue the coroner of course after getting a second opinion ... the school AND the parents of the bully .... I wouldn't rest boy ... This is a travesty

  • Strappyheels

    I hope you sued her ass!

    My aunt sued Kaiser Hospital because of my lil 2nd cousin being born with cerebral palsy. I forgot the whole story but they clearly were wrong.

  • Leigh Burton

    The little girl already had severe medical problems and was in a serious bus accident a few years before. The fight triggered the severe medical problems!

  • Jayde da Blade

    Bullshit. ...

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  • PlayerP

    They still don't know...auto immune for sure but his symptoms don't fit any of the usual suspects...the specific thing I was asking the doctor to check he kept dismissing and saying his levels were fine...he did that the last time and after we protested it was THE NURSE that caught it
    It seemed as if he was more interested in appearing to be right that than actually being right...the ego is a hellava drug

  • PlayerP

    Awww...sorry to hear...blessings to you and yours

  • Karen Brady

    LOL.. you seen the movie Grease? Basically that.

  • Strappyheels

    Unfortunately, it is.. Ego has killed many..

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