A 7-year-old boy in Taiwan who was allegedly punched 27 times during judo training – both by his classmates and his trainer – suffered a brain hemorrhage and was eventually taken out of the resuscitation system, a report said on Tuesday .
The BBC, citing the Taipei Times, reported that the trainer has been charged with assaulting and using a minor to commit a felony, but his charges would likely be increased to include or be replaced with “injuries causing death “.
The boy reportedly attended judo training in April and suffered a brain hemorrhage after repeated injuries. He fell into a coma and was kept alive for 70 days, according to reports.
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“I still remember that morning when I took him to school,” the mother of the unidentified boy told local media. “He turned around and said, ‘Goodbye mom.’ At night it had become like this. “
The uncle of the young victim allegedly filmed the allegedly violent class. Footage of the incident shows the boy being thrown out by older classmates acting on the coach’s orders, according to the report. The coach would have even taken a turn.
Then, when the child fell unconscious, the instructor allegedly accused him of faking the injury, the report said.
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The report identified the trainer by his last name, Ho, and investigators determined he was not a licensed instructor.
Ho was eventually released on bail equivalent to around $ 3,583, according to the BBC. If found guilty, he faces life imprisonment.
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