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Japanese Boy Beaten to Near Death in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on July 4, 2009

Japanese boy, 14, needed brain surgery to remove  potentially fatal blood clot after racially-motivated beating at Forest View high school, Tokoroa, New Zealand

Ryotaro Wright, whose mother is Japanese, was attacked by at least 4 students, who repeatedly punched and kicked him and then dropped him on his head in the playground in Tokoroa.

The boy needed brain surgery for a potentially fatal blood clot.

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Ryotaro Wright suffered a potentially fatal blood clot in his brain after he was beaten to near death by schoolmates in a racially motivated attack. Surgeons opened the side of his head to relieve pressure. Photo / John van de Ven. Image may be subject to copyright.

Ryotaro’s grandfather, Pete Treanor, said he believed the boy was picked on “because he was Japanese.”

The victim’s father, Llewellyn Wright, said: “One of his eyes was dilated and wasn’t responding. I knew it was pretty bad.

“Now, he looks terrible, just terrible. The doctor’s told us that he will have headaches for a long time, maybe even the rest of his life.”

Grandmother Susan Treanor said the school also had to be held accountable.

“I’m just so mad about it,” she said. “The school really needs to look at itself. He’s been targeted by bullied before and nothing got done.”

(Source: Various reports including  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2564495/Boy-needed-brain-surgery-after-bullying)

The Wrights and Treanors  should be grateful that their son and grandson didn’t meet [hasn’t yet met] the same fate as the Korean student, Jae Hyeon Kim, whose head was chopped off with a spade (!)

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