"Torture and Humiliation" Lessons at school: Assistant principal severely beats a child with autism
A case of child abuse occurred in East Brewton, Alabama. According to the parents, the child has illnesses on the autism spectrum, but this did not stop the furious, already former Assistant principal, in W.S. Neal Middle School brutally attack and beat a frightened boy.
According to authorities, the incident fell into the lens of surveillance cameras, which was the reason for the detention of 56-year-old Donald Eugene Hardyman Jr. On August 30, the offender was arrested.
“He grabs my son by the shoulders, slams him in a desk, then flips the desk over with my son in the desk. My son gets back up, he grabs my son by his shoulders again and slams him into another desk,” described the video by Brian Hawsey, the father of the injured boy.
To date, Hardyman has been detained pending trial. The bond is 25 thousand dollars.
School officials declined to comment on this case, citing an ongoing investigation. The sheriff’s office also confirmed that as part of the investigation, the police are looking for possible other victims among schoolchildren, as it is doubtful that this was an isolated incident. If it turns out that the school covered the criminal acts of Donald Eugene Hardyman Jr., then they will also be charged.