Family: Teens Pushed Biracial Boy Off Picnic Table With a Rope Around His Neck
September 13, 2017 - Picnic Time
(CLAREMONT, N.H.) — Teenagers in New Hampshire taunted an 8-year-old biracial child with secular slurs and afterwards pushed him off of a cruise list with a wire around his neck, injuring him, a boy’s family said. The child was treated during a sanatorium for cuts to his neck following a near-hanging Aug. 28 in Claremont, a boy’s grandmother, Lorrie Slattery, told a Valley News. He has given been expelled and has returned to propagandize in Claremont.
Slattery pronounced a children were in a backyard when some of a teenagers got on a list and grabbed a wire that hold a tire swing. It’s not transparent how a wire got around her grandson’s neck, though Slattery pronounced a teenagers pushed him off a table. No adults are believed to have witnessed a incident.
An consultant on abuse who spoke to a child during a sanatorium pronounced he swung from his neck 3 times before being means to mislay a rope, Slattery said. None of a teenagers came to his aid, she said.
“One child pronounced … ‘Let’s do this,’ and afterwards pushed him off a cruise list and hung him,” Slattery said.
Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase told a journal his dialect is questioning an Aug. 28 occurrence involving several juveniles. He declined to yield sum and refused to endorse a box concerned a 8-year-old boy.
Chase did not respond Monday to calls and emails from The Associated Press.