Thursday, May 10, 2018

Graphic video shows vicious beating of Alabama football player, prompting $12M lawsuit

The parents of an Alabama high school quarterback filed a $12 million lawsuit Monday after their son suffered a broken arm in an alleged hazing incident at his school.

The lawsuit also asks Davidson High School, in Mobile, to forfeit its upcoming season, fire the entire coaching staff, bring felony charges against the players involved in the attack and ban hazing in all high schools across the U.S., FOX10 reported.

The suit, filed against Mobile County, comes in the wake of a graphic video that surfaced last week that appears to show multiple players beating Rodney Kim Jr., 14, in the school’s locker room, according to FOX10. About 20 players were allegedly involved in the incident, hitting and kicking Kim on the floor, his parents told the station.

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  1. Ah, some excellent decision making there by the young men of America. Can't wait till they are released from school to raise good, God fearing families based on principles of hard work, faith, civic duty and patriotism.

  2. My only thought after watching, thank heaven there wasn't a white kid involved. He'd be the sole cause and blame.


    1. He'd be the sole cause and blame.


    2. There was a white kid involved, he's the victim getting slammed by these sambos.

  3. Hazing is already banned everywhere. The school can't control it. Neither can coaches. You can charge the kids, but you better charge their son too because he was in on it too.