Friday, September 25, 2015

Student Stands Up For Blind Classmate--Levels Bully With One Punch Warning Graphic (VIDEO)

By Jeremy Tanner, Sep 24, 2015 PIX11

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – A Huntington Beach High School student came to the aid of a classmate as the teen struggled to fend off punches, and the video has many calling him a hero.

The fight happened around 12:30 p.m. Wednesday after the two students, who had a history of "not getting along," according to police, passed each other at Huntington Beach High School.

The two exchanged words and then video shows the suspect, wearing a green, knit hat, begin to pummel the other student in the face.

While trying to defend himself, a third student, identified as 17-year-old Cody Pines, steps in and ends it -- knocking the suspect to the ground with a single punch.  The victim, who is visually-impaired, appears to not see that his attacker is on the ground, and continues trying to block the blows.

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