St. Petersburg: schoolchildren set fire to boy with cerebral palsy
Before that, the student had been attacked twice.
In St. Petersburg, schoolchildren have attacked a fifth-grader with cerebral palsy. Teenagers waited for him on the street, poured flammable liquid on him, and burned him. Fortunately, the boy was able to remove his burning backpack, which saved him from serious injuries. This is reported by Fontanka.
His parents have already reported the incident to the police; according to them, this is the third attack on their son. Two weeks ago, the aggressive schoolchildren hit the boy with a stun gun, and a few days later, they poured paint on him.
It is reported that one of the attackers was a girl.
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