A 15-year-old schoolboy is facing a prison sentence after pointing a gun against his teacher and calling "putting his head…
A 15-year-old schoolboy is facing a prison sentence after pointing a gun against his teacher and calling “putting his head down” as if he were to perform her.
The teens, which can not be named for legal reasons, appeared before a youth judge in France on Sunday after the scary event.
Immediately after 10 o’clock on Thursday, the boy and a group of friends forced themselves to a classroom where the teacher noticed work at the Edouard Branly High School in Crete, a southeastern suburb of Greater Paris.
The boys can hear sniggering, because the female teacher is still calm and executes the instructions barking on her.
A video was recorded and it was published on social media on Friday – goes viral and causes shock and outrageous abuse country.
President Emmanuel Macron called on his Ministry of the Interior to “take all steps to ensure that what happened was punished and that this type of behavior is permanently banned from schools”.
The boy whose face is hidden in the video was reported by the teacher, who has not been named, and later turned to a police station with his father.
He insisted that the gun was fake and he just thought about a joke, without any intention to scare his teacher.
In turn, she made a complaint about “violent threats to a weapon”, punished by imprisonment for up to five years.
Although a weapon is a fake, charging is still when a gun is “used as if it is correct,” said a legal source near the case.
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Makeshift weapons including hockey sticks, petanque balls and a crutch were used to repeatedly striking the youth around the head and upper body.
He was finally beaten by scary locals who witnessed the assault and rushed to an intensive care unit.
The pictures – mainly involving white youngsters in their early teens – were conducted in Garges-les-Gonesse, in the department of Val d’Orise, about 32 km from central Paris.
About 10 suspects were involved in the attack, with those currently in custody, including the two schoolchildren aged 14 and 16 and a 20 year old man.
A legal investigation has been launched, with judges investigating attempted murder, worsening violence and armed gang attacks.
The two minors were kept in a custody facility, while the third defendant was placed in custody in an adult prison.