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QBREES9 03-04-2013 11:47 AM

Bullied Boy Dies in Hospital: Family
Bailey's family says he was jumped by two classmates during recess at Darby Township School back in January and suffered a concussion as well as a broken nose as a result. He then began to suffer seizures the next day, forcing doctors to put him into a medically-induced coma.

Joy Fecanin, the boy's grandmother, told NBC10's Katy Zachry that he had to have a blood transfusion after getting pneumonia.

On Sunday, the following message was posted on the Building Hope for Bailey Facebook Page:

Bullied Boy Dies in Hospital: Family | NBC 10 Philadelphia

Mardigras9 03-04-2013 03:03 PM

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That's just horrible.

Danno 03-04-2013 04:11 PM

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Nice response from Dave...

Again we learn of an appalling act which is even more shocking due the ages of all involved. From the virtual rooftops we scream for blood until we shut off the monitor and wander back into the world in which we are both fearful and disappointed while seemingly awaiting the next tragedy du juor. Shorty after every horrific event, we are flooded with expert opinions as to how to thwart future similar crimes but the answer is always to limit the vehicle instead of addressing the nature of the evil.

Children are naturally not wired to be violent and sexual. Something is changing their chemistry whether it be in the food, in the drugs, from video games and movies or social exposure. It is simply not enough for us as a society to point fingers, sign petitions and demand justice.

We are at a critical state when children are killing,... dying, raping and being raped. It is not natural and it is not their fault. We as adults are letting this happen through our inability and or refusal to address our own shortcomings and our continued dependence on someone else to fix our problems. Our politics, entertainment and interpersonal relationships have all become trash. Parents ( both single and couples) work several jobs so that they can afford daycare and to buy their child the latest shoot em up video game or tickets to an overtly sexual "teen romance" movie.

We feed the young mind with empty calories, violent images and our own tribulations and then scratch our heads when they don't act like angels. We should stop blaming them, everyone else and ourselves and start to seriously pursue a way to slow down this path we are on.

No longer should we just shrug when we see people ( old and young) wearing inappropriate clothing in public nor should we ignore the language traditionally reserved for bachelor parties that is commonplace today. We need to expect ourselves, our children and others to act in accordance to the values that we exhibit to rather than impose on others.

It is heartwarming and inspiring to see people react to these increasing outrages and I hope that a social awakening will result.

QBREES9 03-04-2013 11:47 PM

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I really want to see what the other kids get charged with. 1st degree Manslaughter.

Crusader 03-05-2013 04:15 AM

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Manslaughter is when the killing was not intended but was a result of the action?

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