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Justice has yet to be served for the autistic student beaten up on camera


Vivian Brundidge, the mother of the bullied student, is growing weary with how long it is taking for her son to receive justice.

The Bell County Attorney's Office says it can take anywhere between four to six weeks to receive recommendation on a juvenile case from the Juvenile Probation Office. Once they receive the recommendation, the County Attorney's Office will be able to make a decision regarding the case.

"This is new to me, so I'm going by what they are saying," explains Brundidge. "And I'm hoping that they can kind of picking up the pace a little bit, because the child who did it is still out there."

The assault where Brundidge's thirteen year old autistic son, Deandre Losero, was beaten up and filmed by classmates happened in March. She immediately informed the school district about the incident that left her son's wrist broken, but they said since the incident happened more than three hundred feet from Liberty Middle School.

She then followed up with the Killeen Police Department, and they turned the case over to the Bell County Attorney's Office.


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