A 7-year-old boy, who was allegedly slammed 27 times, both by his classmates and his judo coach, has been removed from the resuscitation system in Taiwan, according to a report on Tuesday.
The BBC, quoting the Taipei Times, reported that the coach was charged with assaulting and using a minor to commit a crime.
The boy was not identified in the report but suffered a brain hemorrhage, slipped into a coma and was on life support for 70 days. The news site reported that the boy’s uncle filmed the incident which allegedly showed the boy being thrown out by older classmates acting on the coach’s orders. The coach has even taken a turn, according to the report.
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The report identified the trainer by his last name, Ho, and said he had since been released on bail.
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