Nothing happened. The bullying continued until this woman took matters into her own hands and approached the parents of the bullies themselves.
“Even at that, my son still got abused both physically and verbally,” she said.
After a few more encounters with people of the same minds as Castro and Ambrose I knew it was time to leave South Hadley.
I had enough.
I drove back out of town, past Phoebe’s old home and past the school where nightmares were created with a sick feeling in my stomach.
Will the school authorities ever stand up and take responsibility?
Well if the likes of O’Brien keeps the fight up – and I sincerely hope he does- then it’s a possibility.
Watch this space.
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