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Hate Crime? 6’6” 270 Pound Student Knocks Out, Pounds Unconscious School Employee Into Floor Over Nintendo Switch (Video)

A 6’6” 270-pound black male student attacks a white teacher at Matanzas High School for taking away his Nintendo Switch during class…

The video reveals the unconscious woman being brutally assaulted and struck in the head roughly 15 times.

He should serve at least 20 years in prison for attempted murder and some students think they should add hate crime to the charges.

The violent attack happened at Matanzas High School

WATCH (warning: graphic video)

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The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office said the employee, a paraprofessional at Matanzas High School, was attacked Tuesday morning.

A student told deputies the woman tried to take away the 17-year-old’s Nintendo device during class, the sheriff’s office said.

Deputies said surveillance video showed the student — who is 6 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs 270 pounds — push the employee to the ground, knocking her unconscious. According to an arrest report, a school resource officer said surveillance showed the employee was pushed 5-6 feet before ending up on the ground.

“The actions of this student are absolutely horrendous and completely uncalled for,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “We hope the victim will be able to recover, both mentally and physically, from this incident. Thankfully, students and staff members came to the victim’s aid before the SRDs could arrive. Our schools should be a safe place – for both employees and students.”

“Creating a safe learning and working environment on our campuses is critical. Violence is never an
appropriate reaction,” said Flagler Schools Superintendent Cathy Mittelstadt.

WESH-TV video report shows the student being handcuffed (raw arrest video at Facebook):

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