Attorneys say 8-year-old was bullied before killing himself

Attorneys say 8-year-old was bullied before killing himself

It's choppy because security cameras typically capture fewer frames per second than a cell phone camera. But as the school has so far declined to release the video, precisely what it shows is in dispute.

Now, the mother wants answers as to why this all happened.

Two days later, Gabriel was dead, having taken his own life. The boy in the red and gray coat hits another boy in the stomach, "sending him to the floor in all fours".

In documents obtained by the Inquirer, a Cincinnati Police homicide detective described the behavior on the video as "bullying and could even rise to the level of criminal assault", if not for the ages of the students involved. Two days after he was attacked, Gabe Taye committed suicide. His mother found him in his bedroom. The district added that it's not clear if there's a connection between the school incident and Taye's suicide. At first a school official called Taye's mother, Cornelia Reynolds, and told her he had fainted.

It was not until March that the video was brought to their knowledge. "I think that's a very big component", Branch said.

A Hamilton County coroner's office spokesman said Friday that new evidence has prompted the reopening of the case, but he wouldn't say what that evidence is. Other students poked and touched Gabriel for as long as almost five minutes until a school official appeared to care for the boy, according to a Cincinnati Police Department detective's written account of what he saw on school surveillance video.

The school spokeswoman says the school had zero reports of bulling that year before the incident. The file included a copy of a February 3 email from a homicide detective to an assistant principal at Carson Elementary School and other Cincinnati school officials describing what he saw on the video obtained from the school district's security department.

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In a statement, Carson Elementary said they are concerned about the lack of adult supervision, but the school followed protocol.

In the school district's statement, it was revealed no charges would be filed. Neither doctors nor the boy's mother knew what had happened earlier that day, her attorneys said.

On the evening after the school told Gabriel's mother he "fainted", the boy was nauseated and vomiting. She claims there is proof her son was bullied at his elementary school days before his suicide, and says she doesn't feel enough was done to prevent bullying at his school.

Gabe Taye hanged himself from his bunk bed with a tie in January.

"There is concern that there was more violence going on in that school". Gabriel did not go to school January 25 but did January 26. The school's assistant principal, Jeff McKenzie, is then seen rushing into the room.

"There needs to be a lot more response in that school to what is going on and the parents need to know what's going on". "Covering it up and pretending it's not happening isn't doing anyone any good". Experts sometimes intervene in these situations, working with educators to respond to mental health issues in schools and with local media about how to responsibly cover the issue. Teachers described him as a positive, neat, well-spoken and behaved student. The mother came to get the 8-year-old after the school called her.

The Cincinnati Public School statement provides a different version of events. He was sent to the nurse's office, then taken home by his mother. After his death, she took those as signs that students were bullying him.

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