The school superintendent Ken Basil suspended the two teens involved in the incident and said, "The incident was investigated, and we have disciplined the students involved. We're done with it."
Meanwhile the Union County Sheriff's office indicated their hands are tied because there was no bloodshed.
Are you kidding me?
Suppose this incident happened on the street, in public, and not inside a school. Do we think the police would just let it go because there was no bloodshed?
Just because this happened inside a public school doesn't mean these teenage thugs should not be held to the same standards of justice that exist outside the walls of that school. The laws exist for a reason and should apply everywhere. The thugs should have been arrested and thrown in jail. Time to send this younger generation a message that this kind of behavior will not be tolerated, period!
I'm glad that Brian Randle is continuing to pursue this matter and I'm sure I speak for all of us when I say we support him all the way!