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Video Of Bullying Victim Bodyslamming His Bully Goes Viral, Media Firestorm Likely To Ensue


Australian student Casey Heynes became the latest YouTube sensation—and unofficial anti-bullying PSA posterboy—when he was captured on video bodyslamming a bully that had hit him in the face.

The (much smaller) bully taunted and hit Casey after school while other kids laughed and videotaped the whole incident. Eventually, the much-bigger Casey could take no more, as he picked up the scrawny antagonizer and smashed him hard onto the concrete.

We have seen no reports regarding what happened to the bully, but he appeared to injured as he struggled to walk around after the incident. Apparently, Casey got suspended from school for his actions and could face further discipline, while the kid picking on him allegedly received no punishment.

The YouTube page provided the following information, allegedly from Casey’s friend’s father:

“This 16 year old kid has been tormented every single day of his short high school life – and today he snapped!! He was suspended and may be looking at criminal charges, all because this little runt thought he could make an example of Casey in front of his “TUFF buddies!!”

A Facebook group formed to support “Casey The Punisher,” and members appear to be highly in favor of his decision to fight back. But the words some people have chosen in support of Casey might be taking things a little too far.

Bullying has been a hot issue lately—President Obama even held a conference last week to address the problem—and this is sure to add fuel to the anti-bullying campaign.

UPDATE: Watch full video of Heynes’ first interview here.

UPDATE: Casey Heynes’ first televised interview: “I’ve never had so much support.”

UPDATE: New information about Casey Heynes and his bully.


  • Sqs_geo

    Shouldn’t have made him angry, we told you you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry.

  • Gnarf

    This Facebook Group has far more members (3500 to hardly 60):
    “Casey – The kid who had enough of being bullied!”

  • Fooblah

    please use a non-youtube video source….the video got deleted over and over again by youtube during the last hours.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, non-YouTube vid coming in next few minutes.

  • Pedro

    What about the version with the Zangief theme song?

  • Guest

    What about the version with the Zangief theme song?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mathew-Sewell/1573064814 Mathew Sewell

    I think my favorite part is listening to the little sonofabitch crying at the end. “You alright?” “NOOOHOOHOHOHOH” Ahhh, the tears of the wicked.

  • Rubzone
  • Guest

    Anyone who watches this video and doesn’t see that that little kid deserved to be body slammed is a moron. This world is going to crap and the people who are willing to suspend this little boy for standing up for himself are the type of people who are at fault.

  • Guest

    Good for him. He shouldn’t have criminal charges brought against him. Kids these days have no respect. 20 years ago everyone fought to defend themselves and no law was involved. Kids today are smartmouth little punks and should get beat up.

  • Priest of the God-Beast Heynes

    This will teach you mere mortals not to trifle with the beast.

  • Wordist45

    Casey, the big guy in red, was not the aggressor. He was set up by a pack of thugs. Notice how two older kids stepped up to intervene, though a little late. One was a tall blonde girl in a pony tail. The other was a tall guy in a white shirt, who was part of the pack. At the end and you’ll see him following Casey as he walked away. This could have ended much worse. The attacker’s head could have hit that ledge instead of his leg. The attacker should have been suspended, not just Casey, and so should his buddies who staged this fight, including the one behind the camera. And what about those two girls who just stood watching, one of them laughed. They, too, should have been suspended. All the parties were participants if they didn’t intervene.

  • Guest

    That would have been a good thing if the attackers head hit. All it would have done was got rid of a future criminal. What ought to happen is the parents of the bulyy should be body slammed next for allowing their punk son do this kind of stuff.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mmitsuda Michael Mitsuda

    Excellent Body Slam! Punk deserved it. Mr Casey Heynes should sue the school for not doing anything.

  • Freerefill

    I was bullied in school as well for my weight. Fortunately it never escalated to the point where I got into a fist fight, but there were times when it got close. If I knew then what I know now, I wouldn’t have put it off. I would have defended myself tooth and nail, and damn the punishments the school imposes on me.

    No one should have to take that sort of ridicule silently and passively. I praise the courage of Casey, who stood up for himself where so many others (myself included) haven’t. Casey is an inspiration.

  • Freerefill

    I was bullied in school as well for my weight. Fortunately it never escalated to the point where I got into a fist fight, but there were times when it got close. If I knew then what I know now, I wouldn’t have put it off. I would have defended myself tooth and nail, and damn the punishments the school imposes on me.

    No one should have to take that sort of ridicule silently and passively. I praise the courage of Casey, who stood up for himself where so many others (myself included) haven’t. Casey is an inspiration.

  • PersianBULL

    LOL That exact same thing happened to me, except the lil !@#$ was bulling a guy smaller then him and i stepped in so he decided to take a shot at me. i took him down 3 times (lot gentler then casey) , and the 3rd time he gave up. but GUESS WAT! i got suspended cuz i was bigger and when lil prick goes crying to a teacher the bigger guy gets in trouble. !@#$ing pricks :D that is why i love being a bouncer now. I can now legally kick the sh!t outta these lil pricks. im a engneering student so don’t think im just a goon, i just hate bullys i was always bigger then everyone but way 2 nice. i learn not to be.

  • Anon

    Casey Heynes is an internet god! That little shit got what’s right!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joseph-Glackin/100000892011713 Joseph Glackin

    The young man who was taunted and assaulted should sue his assailant and his assailant’s parents for atrocious assault and battery, and the school for failure to provide a safe environment, failure to properly supervise children under their care, and complicity in the assault on a student.

  • The Blackdragon

    I agree Persianbull, I have two sons, one about 6 91/2, a quiet boy, was slammed many times by a little Big Guy, he quietly set his books down after asking him to leave him alone, hit him once, that was it. He was arrested at 15, and would have been expelled if it weren’t for witnesses, he is now a Brazilian jui jitsu master. My 2nd son 6 51/2 was also picked on in school, when he finally decided no more, it was claimed that he hit the little bully 10 times in about 4 seconds, no criminal charges but I had to pay $5000 after insurance for facial reconstruction on the little schmuck!!! Nobody ever bothered them again! They were awesome in football and are still great sons today. The problem with our society is that they don’t want you to defend yourself even if you are a victim and the bullies know it, but… the tides are slowly turning!

  • Linktrix291

    good for casey! i like almost everyone else here believe he shouldnt get in the trouble he is in. when there have been recent articles on the pain of bullying and how it needs to be put to a stop, this happens and the bullied gets in trouble not the bully? this isnt right!. oh yea also, if you listen carefully to the kid getting slammed, you hear a crack sound when his leg hits. casey you rule, skinny kid is fail

  • Anonymous

    I hope that little bullying brat has to stagger around like that for a long, long time.

  • PersianBULL

    no wordist. if older ppl stepped in and stopped this. it woulda have just happened again and again. you all want to think we live in this civilized age, that violence is not necessary… u live in a bubble (im not trying to single you out, sorry). I was casey, i was bullied for my lunch, i pushed around, and never did anything cuz i was scared that i might kill them cuz i was bigger ( i was very young). one day my mom talked to the vp and the vp told me to kick the shit out the next guy (unofficially) that trys to punk me… i did. and it stopped (although i started to defend all the other kids being bullied after). if casey didn’t body slam that lil sh!t it woulda just happened again and again. there needs to be a lesson made. its foolish to think that schools can be monitored to the point that this won’t happened, there just isn’t a budget for it.

  • PersianBULL

    thanks. but u think this is bad? i work as a bouncer in really bad neighborhoods of toronto, and i don’t mind it cuz i know how to act, but i never work as security in all ages parties. why ? cuz the 3 times i worked at some there always been guns involved and these lil ghetto punks ( or lost souls u can call them) have no fear of killing you, they kill you when they are 15 go to jail for 3 years and come out join a gang. they try to earn their stripe in the streets…. and i’ve noticed bouncers are the perfect target as they don’t have a gang and arn’t armed. this to me is much bigger problem. that these teens can do w.e they want due to their age. including shooting one of our guys 4 times.

  • Manon

    That little punk has no schoolyard cred now. Not only did he get his shit bodyslammed on video he also ran to mummy and daddy because when someone had enough of shit finally snapped. Whereas Casey would be a playground legend.

  • MyZoeJane

    Whatever happened to “walk away”?!?! Casey didn’t deserve to be picked on or hit, but HE DIDN’T EVEN TRY to walk away. Defending yourself means trying to escape first. Any decent martial art teaches you that. Body slammong the kid might have felt good out of vengeance, but it wasn’t right, and look where it got him!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4Y3CL4P5V5TSMXJ3WGQZW3QZB4 Julian

    Walk away? Apparently you never were bullied. Walk away gets you attacked in the back of your head and then other bullies watch and take you on next. That is what walking away does. Go tell the school principal or parents. Have meetings? Turns out the bully gets talked to and confronts you with his buddies someplace where nobody is looking. Been there done that on both sides as a kid and as a parent. BTW as a note, you being the biggest kid in the school makes you an easy target. One bully fights while his other buddies stand around and wait. Watch the video. The other two confront him even after the attack as they watch on. It was a setup. Walking away gets you nowhere.

  • Anonymous

    That little punk drew first blood and got what was coming to him. It’s outrageous that Casey’s getting punished and not the instigator. Hopefully a hot shot lawyer will offer his services Pro Bono if Casey needs them.

  • Guest

    That’s a bit unfair to say, since we don’t know how often these sorts of things happen to Casey. What does seem to be a consistent factor in these cases is that generally the one singled out doesn’t act, regardless of size. For him to take action isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it will certainly prevent these incidents from happening again.

  • Olczykjr57

    I don’t mean to generalize, but only a woman would say such non-sense. Lets say Casey did walk away, then what? What about tomorrow, or the next? What about in 3 years, when he is a senior and all Casey knows is ridicule and hatred. Perhaps later in life, he commits suicide, all because of this bully who knows no limits.
    I am a bit appalled at your statement, and you need to put yourself in his shoes. So Casey walks away… with his back to the bullies? That sounds safe, no? A good punch to the back of the head is nothing to worry about right? You have no idea what it is like to be this child. That was me, that was who I was. I also came to the end of the line with a bully in my freshman year. This skater type threw a cheeseburger at me in front of 500 other kids in my cafeteria. I destroyed that kid, I absolutely made an example of him. I was the only person to ever be removed from my highschool in handcuffs, but you know what? It has made me who I am.
    My self esteem sky rocketed that day, and I never heard one more word from bullies my entire high school career. Later after high school, I crossed paths with the individual who threw that cheeseburger, and you know what? He apologized to me, he told me that he was a confused kid, trying to fit in. He told me that he never meant to hurt anyone, but no one ever told him what was and was not okay. I was the victor, as is Casey.
    You are a shrewed, and selfish person for what you have said. You are the problem with society these days. I hope you are proud of what you have said, and take what I have said to heart. So help you god if you have kids.

  • Wewewr

    @ MyZoeJane,do you know the background to this or how many times this poor lad has walked away previous to this encounter ?, how many times he attempted previously to walk away ?
    You don’t, so less of the pious lesson, and btw Martial Arts are also commonly called ‘Self Defense’, He defended himself.

  • Poo

    Hail to the Beast…

  • bren

    what happened to the little shit who started it??

  • nausicaa55

    Exactly. Well said.

  • teto85

    Nobody will ever bother Casey at school again and the little bully has to live with this for the rest of his life.

  • Olczykjr57

    Dislocated knee, 22 day suspension

  • Shar Pei

    I’d be proud of my son for sticking up for himself. I work in criminal defense now, and would be delighted to defend Casey in any criminal charge arising from this incident.

  • Olczykjr57

    If his family needs money to fight this, I will donate.

  • Jab808

    i am so proud of that kid, the little fuck deserves that shit.

  • Llamagguuuuitcher

    Casey should be given a medal and a huge cake

    that runt should get kicked in the teeth with a hammer

  • Anonymous
  • Twan

    I wish he would have slammed him a second time- and then choked his buddies unconscious.

  • Kamki07

    I agree with you Wordist45. This could have went soo wrong and then Casey would have been in much more trouble. I went on the schools website and they have posted all on their page about how they have your kids best interest, safety and well being at heart and how this type of things will not be accepted at their school. I am sorry, but teachers know which kids are being bullied and made fun of and who the bullies are. I think that ALL OF THEM should be in trouble and Casey was just defending himself. I would press charges against everyone I could that was there and get any and everyone I could involved including lawyers. They are asking that you send an email to the school, firm but not nasty. dunheved-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au.
    My daughter is a popular cheerleader in high school and has been a victim of bullying herself. It does not discriminate. No one thinks that it could be one of the more popular kids, but it could be anyone especiallly if you are overwieght and quiet. I think that everyone might have been a victim at some point in their life. It is not a nice feeling, I KNOW….

  • Kamki07

    Is it wrong that I agree with you too PersianBull? I was bullied a few times in my life and when my Dad found out, that was the end of that. It was either kick their butts or he was kicking mine. So I chose to fight back too. My kids are not like me. They are so nice and sweet and wouldnt know what to do in a fight. My daughter asked me to let her try and handle it and her way was ignoring the problem and hoping it went away. I on the other hand went to the parents, school, and the kids themselves to let them know that I was not going to tolerate anymore of this crap. Your right, the teachers didnt do squat, but when you have proof of threats and send them to the parents and threaten them with the police. The parents tend to step of their parenting skills because they dont want to be inconvenienced and have to put up with their own kids while they are suspended from school or having to fork over any money to the courts

  • dying daily

    When will the population that feel that they have been hard done by rise against the machine.
    The right minded society is sliding into a vacuum created by the deafening silence of the “non protester”.

  • Guest

    That’s the kind of world we live in, where those who stand up for themselves get punished, and where the juvenile delinquents walk free.

  • CCTV installer

    I install cameras into schools for a living. I’ve seen footage similar to this time and time and time again. I liaise with school principals on these things all the time.

    Firstly, the little kid was suspended for 22 days as opposed to Casey’s 4. Little kid also ended up with a dislocated knee. Schools have a zero tolerance policy on violence and as such they were forced to suspend him. The short duration of the suspension to Casey shows they found in his favour but they can’t not suspend him.

    Secondly, the only thing these kids have learnt is not to upload this on the internet. The little kid wont learn anything from this because its his nature not to. He’s dumb.

    Good on Casey for standing up for himself!

  • Ufargo

    Too bad nothing happened to the little ass, maybe now he won’t bully anyone. I think the guy knew he would probably hurt him but sometimes you can only take so much and got tired of the guys crap. He obviously had his friends video tapping the event he just didn’t think the guy was gonna kick ass on him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Janet-Cooper/100000131661879 Janet Cooper

    That little shit popped him him the face twice, and you can hear Casey say, TWICE, “Would you quit? Would you QUIT?” The little turd-ball mocked him, and then Casey brought down the hammer of the gods…and quietly walked away…
    There was no malicious intent on Casey’s part…He did what was required and left…
    Notice people were laughing at the would-be aggressor afterward??
    The school people are so fucking STUPID!!!! Any lawyer or judge willsee this clip and say that Casey was provoked, tried to use reason, and only then did he act…and that will be the end of it…

    My dad was a “fat” kid, and he was thrown out of a 2nd-story window at school…His revenge was to ace all his classes, skip two grades and graduate high school at 16…

  • Stray

    Hey seriously. I heard something break. The little kid has a broken ankle or something.

  • lost soul

    nice fuckin job casey you did the right thing. although ive never been bullied myself i still despise bullying. the only thing i have to worry about is fuckin ghetto niggers in my highschool but they have never fucked around with me yet. i honestly welcome it because i always carry a knife on me and i really dont give a fuck what happens if i do kill one of them.

  • Jai

    Your an absolute idiot ZoeJane! No human being should have to suffer that humiliation (which would have been ongoing) Walking away would have further damaged this poor victims self worth and feelings of helplessness (the exact thing that bullies prey upon), for once he took a stand showed not only that kid but all the other bullies that were present that you cant always get away with acting like and ass! A few people learnt a lesson that day that they would have never gotten with “disciplinary action” Good job Casey, Exactly what was needed!

  • Matt

    I had one guy try and bully me at school I didn’t slam him I got him in a choke hold until he stopped breathing, it took 3 teachers to remove my grip from around his throat, luckily one of the teachers knew CPR. He was revived a couple of minutes later. Don’t know if he suffered brain damage, I doubt he had little to damage anyway :-)

  • Turua_fakiki

    im a big fan of casey. good on you mate. im a Kickboxer if casey needs help im here to train him FREE OFF CHARGE.

  • frosty

    What a joke if u play with fire u get burnt well all i have to say is i have been bullyed at school i tell u if i got that at school i would of done anything to make it stop well done to the big boy koz of the point one is y start the bullying on him and in return he did what any person would of done to suspend him show the low level education from te school as i have had tat crap my hole life sayying tat u get punched twice well u get burnt

  • Ladyou812

    It took a lot for this kid Casey to snap. Did you not see he was punched in the face? Did you miss him getting punched in the stomach? He was being taunted and humiliated. He restrained himself but everyone has the right to defend themselves. I tell my children I don’t want to hear they are the ones throwing the first punch. They should try to walk away or reason and try to find a solution. However, when someone lays a hand on you and physically harms you then you must stand up for yourself. Let’s not overlook that Casey was also out manned. It was not one on one. The bully had friends. They didn’t come in and hurt Casey but they could have. What message is being sent to other kids when the bully who started this whole thing gets away with his actions because he was hurt as a result of them? What message are you sending to kids out there that are being bullied? This is a problem. If Casey has to suffer punishment for his actions to defend himself the school should make sure that the other kid gets disciplined as well. If you are letting the other kid go without punishment then Casey should also have the same opportunity.

  • Advantagepool

    walk away ? wake up to yourself… You Go Casey!

  • Till_my_end

    No one should be charged with anything, they are kids…all of them, Casey defended himself, children need to learn from young to stand up for themselves, it turns them into upstanding moral adults. On the flip side kids need to learn that it’s NOT acceptable to bully other people or single them out due to prejudice or the like.

    If anything was to happen the original bully should be suspended for throwing an unprovoked punch to the face, simple.

    Life is about lessons, let the kids learn it for themselves, Casey learned it’s better to stand up for yourself other than taking a beating, the small kid learned that you have to show others respect….or you just might get body slammed into concrete..

    I’m behind Casey 100%

  • Ladyou812

    Come on! It makes me mad that Casey had to endure the assault from this other kid. But, to encourage a kid to totally lose it and give up sane thinking is not what anyone wants. Casey was controlled in his defense as he should have been. He defended himself against the person that hit him. One move that made sure the other guy was not going to come at him again. If he had totally lost control Casey would have also become a bad guy. This to me shows Casey’s character. He just wanted to defend himself. He did not want to truly hurt this other kid. I hope the school will think hard about punishing that bully at least as severely as Casey because it was not wrong for Casey to defend himself.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=43100610 Jon Martin

    should make them step into a room with a metal detector before they meet the bouncer.

  • Ladyou812

    Glad to get the whole story on the punishment to both kids.

    However, I don’t care how dumb that kid is, he better have learned his lesson! His parents better be teaching him that one until he gets it or he is going to continue to hurt other kids and possibly get hurt back. Maybe even worse if he picks on the wrong kid. His next victim may not have Casey’s self control to stop at one body slam. In other words, I hope your wrong and I hope the school keeps an eye on this trouble maker until he can show reform.

  • Olczykjr57

    Dislocated knee

  • Olczykjr57

    Knife at school, you’re as good as the bully in this video.

  • Ladyou812

    Come on, really! Yes, you should stand up for yourself but have a reasonable response. Someone hits you, hit back hard you don’t have to pull a knife and kill them. At the end of the day you punish yourself worse. You go to jail. The way to win is to do just what Casey did. He responded physically to a physical attack.

  • No

    I love how quickly this video is getting around. He had enough, and solved the issue in one quick swoop.. err slam. Then walked off when he could have continued to inflict more pain on the downed skinny fuckwad. Casey, I commend you!

  • guest

    Casey obviously gave him plenty of chances to stop picking on him. And good for him for not getting involved right away. But when he did stand up for himself he definitely made sure it counted. Dumb punk got what he deserved. Too bad not all kids can stand up for themselves like this… we wouldn’t have any bullies!

  • guest

    No need to get racist!! Holy shit. I agree.. no need for a knife. What you need is counseling. Seriously.

  • AngelTrae

    I liked your comment for the content beyond the “only a woman would say such nonsense” thing .. I am a woman with children and I showed my daughters that video and I think Casey is a hero. My daughters are not constantly bullied but there have been the few who try and I have taught them to stick up for themselves and not to let anyone walk on them. I think the fact that the little guys friend was recording it goes to speak for the fact it was not the first time he picked on Casey .. I think Casey is awesome for standing up for himself and I bet that kid shows him a little respect next time their paths cross .. as do the punks that dared to try to bully my girls.
    But do know .. not all women think like that. So please, do not generalize as you did as that comment is that persons alone .. male or female .. there are those of us who grew up rough enough to know to teach our children how to take care of themselves.
    Three cheers for Casey :) Hip Hooray!!

  • only_one

    If only more teenagers would stick up for themselves like Casey did, maybe there would be less teen suicide, depression, eating disorders and things like that? I was teased constantly through primary school and also into high school, which ended up in an eating disorder and depression. i was at the point where i wanted to kill myself. And last year, while i was doing year 12, a boy in the year below me commited suicide because of bullying. He too was a very solid boy and i bet he could of turned around and hammered most of the kids who were teasing him, if only he had the courage to.
    I’m a girl who was constantly bullied by boys from as young as prep up until around year 9, which is when i started doing something about it. After realizing that not only am i bigger than most of them, i was also stronger than them i started putting my foot down and letting them know that it wasn’t acceptable and that i will defend myself if they even try to bring me down. Pretty soon i started defending other younger teens that were getting bullied. And all of the times that i was defending myself or another student, not once did i ever get punished because the teachers knew what i was going through and knew that there was nothing they could do to prevent the bullying.
    If i didnt decide to turn things around i honestly dont know where i would be today.
    Casey did the right thing, i cant think of many people that wouldnt act similarly.
    For all we know, that boy could of been bullying other people too and hopefully Casey just put a stop to that.

  • JAy

    you are a moron too if you think the kid could have walked away,
    if you have a look and open your eyes you can see he cant get away….
    Obviously you have never been bullied I am 61 years old and still bear the mental scars of bullying when I was at school

  • lotzo

    Email the school – let them know our USA friends are even aware of them and the world is now watching – Casey being suspended is a complete injustice.

    dunheved-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

  • Steve

    Good on Casey!

    I was bullied relentlessly at school and I wish I had done something about it I’d be a different person today if I had.

    The system it totally ineffective in dealing with bullying (not just with how to deal with the pupils but also how the teachers hands are mostly tied too)

    I really hope the sanity prevails and that Casey doesn’t get treated unfairly give the circumstances.

  • Arran

    See the thing is, I know the bully most likely didn’t mean to slam him that hard. He just did it from a snap, and to be honest, I would’ve done exactly the same in his position. Why get a criminal charge for that? It seems you can just throw out a criminal charge to a normal person who only has one “snap” moment in their life, yet the real criminals are getting away with assault, murder, theft, and so on. With the current justice system our world has today, more offences are being committed because people know they can get away with it. This is just a schoolyard incident, and the kid surely should’ve known the consequences, juvenile or not.

  • just a guest

    this world we live in, surrounds us with a bad environment, you can tell that the attacker was a lad and casey did the right thing of owning the liitle lad trying to act hard

  • pat

    Casey cannot be charged as the video shows, he acted in self defense. The parents of the little turd should have been called in,demand they bring their child into line and only he should have been suspended not Casey.

    The school say they have zero tolerance then prove it, suspension for this behavior then 6 month detention every lunch time, suspension is a slap on the wrist that does nothing…

  • http://www.facebook.com/RonPaulDisciple Robert Timsah

    Go Casey! Fascinating watching the bully limp around, tring to come to grips with the fact that his leg wasn’t working right yet still had to respond.. lol. Bully’s need to get OWNED more often.

  • lost soul

    lol you expect black people to fight fair a knife makes it even

  • lost soul

    also i have defended people who have gotten picked on many times just cause i always do what i feel is right.

  • Colinrc

    Yep teachers, just like politicians, totally out of touch with reality. That little shit got exactly what was needed.

  • Rudydear

    Only a flaming liberal would be so ridiculous as to think we can ‘walk away’ from bullies. Appeasement does not work in personal life or the life of a nation. Bullies get stronger when they perceive a weakness. We live in a culture of bullies if you are a conservative and especially a conservative woman. Unions bully tax payers and businesses. Race Pimps bully everyone. Media bullies anyone who disagrees with Obama. Terrorists are nothing but bullies. The time to run and hide is over. I love Casey’s reaction.

  • Rudydear

    Only a flaming liberal would be so ridiculous as to think we can ‘walk away’ from bullies. Appeasement does not work in personal life or the life of a nation. Bullies get stronger when they perceive a weakness. We live in a culture of bullies if you are a conservative and especially a conservative woman. Unions bully tax payers and businesses. Race Pimps bully everyone. Media bullies anyone who disagrees with Obama. Terrorists are nothing but bullies. The time to run and hide is over. I love Casey’s reaction.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Awl-Jie/100000804884973 Awl Jie

    do fight than suicide ! no one has right to hurt someone’s mental everydays ! do suicide with him ! if you are getting stress from bully in school over 3 days, there is no reason to endure it. do suicide with him with gun or whatever.
    even I saw someone who is dead by blood cancer by the stress from bullies. I don’t want to see it more..

  • Blkbal

    No, the young man should have done exactly what he did. Dragging something through the civil court system wouldn’t resolve anything. His actions that day did.

  • Mother

    This is what happens when children gets fed up with their bullies. One day they will react. This has been shown today by Casey’ reaction. Parents better start teaching your children about this kind of behaviour. For Casey he was just defending himself. Why suspending him. He did not intend to fight this boy but maybe for Casey he thought enough was enough.

  • Coocachoo

    fuck off

  • Wylie

    wow im ashamed of america if this is where it is all of them shld of got suspended maybe if that kids parents werent such dicks to being the kid up properly we wouldnt have to deal with this bull crap i would file a court letter to that kid it shldnt end here that kid shld get a counsler to sort jis bullying out every kid who does this shld as for the kid who was defending himself what the hell shld of he done sit there and taken it america this is pathetic

  • Wylie

    bring*

  • Anonymoos212

    GOD i hope you live close to a black neighborhood so they can show you how racism should be dealt with

  • Gooz__99

    He tried to avoid a fight but when attacked continuously he realized he needed to defend himself, and did only that. What an amazing display of self-control.

    As for me, I would have probably stomped the kid’s head to pieces

    Well done mate

    Martin Hansen
    Denmark

  • Little C

    I myself was an overweight kid who got bullied a lot. When I went to another school I hoped it would be over, but it wasn’t, untill I knocked down a guy who was 4 years older (at least). My point; schools are jungles, and sometimes it’s needed to apply the laws of the jungle and make sure nobody dares to touch you anymore. So Casey did good, and the little sh*t-for-brains should be lucky that Casey kept his cool afterwards; I can’t say I would have at that age.

  • lost soul

    you must be ignorant not to see that ghetto niggers are scum. im not talking about black people. im talking about the ones that dont give a fuck about anyone else and have this superiority complex in their brain. you would understand if you dealt with these ‘people’ on the daily. all they do is carry weapons and hunt in packs robbing people. i even know black people who agree that niggers are scum. i honestly hope a nigger robs you because you are being pretty ignorant.

  • lost soul

    also, niggery is not confined to black people

  • Jim

    That is one of the most enjoyable body slams I have ever seen,
    I am watching it over and over loving the expression on that little pricks
    face as he staggers in the “other direction”. Casey could have taken the larger kid, no
    problem if it had continued. None of those bastards will bother him again. You know what they will be calling Casey in the future? MISTER Casey!! And answer him with Yes Sir or No Sir!!
    PRICELESS!!

  • henrymoon

    what planet are you from?

  • Matts_silvia

    so so so so true , piece of shit criminal bitch is what he will turn out to be !!!!!! i really hope his hip bone was traumatized for the rest of the little parasites life , just so he lives with it forever

  • Anonymous

    So, I guess I have to point this out…comments containing racial slurs will be deleted.

  • Matts_silvia

    hahaa sweet ! that is fantastic . good old choke hold , that should do the trick . its a shame they did know cpr …… i bet hes just as much of a waste of air now as he was back then

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JI2JMXPAHOAXGBRGO26NVYYF6M ElPollodelaMuerte

    From the video it doesn’t look like the kid just walk away. There are multiple bullies around and given that its being recorded it’s obvious that this was a planned attack. You can’t just walk away from that – those kids wanted to hurt/humiliate the kid and they got punished. It was definitely not the most ideal conclusion (kid probably has a concussion from landing on his head) but kids can be nasty and you do what you have to to defend yourself.
    And why did you bring up a martial artist? That example is completely irrelevant in this context.

  • Commodoreazz

    the same sorta thing happened and my old school my lil bro saw getin picked on the school did nohting so he came to me after 4 months of it going on in front of the teachers i steped in and put the lil shit in his place and i got kicked out and the lil shit got off scott free

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1817507788 Robert Becker Bradshaw

    Started a fan page to help the kid out:
    “Help Casey Heynes. Expel Ritchard Gale”

    I’m probably going to email the support over to Australian educational representatives after it gets a fair amount of fans to show how wrong they are about suspending Casey.

  • william

    I was bullied in grammar school during the 50′s. A group of kids from school would walk behind me and step on the backs of my shoes causing them to come off. Then they would laugh at me and make mean comments. I was a tall skinny kid. They were of various heights and weight. My mother told me to walk away, turn the other cheek, etc.
    It continued for weeks. My neighbor’s father told me to slowly turn around and get close to the one who is doing this to me. “Tell him that it wasn’t right to do it to you and make a fist behind your back.
    When he is distracted by listening to your comments, pull out your fist and punch him in the mouth quickly….then keep hitting him until he falls down or backs off.” I was afraid but was desperate enough to try it.
    Guess what? It worked….they never picked on me again! It was just common sense. I learned a lesson and used what I learned for future incidents.

  • Cdtulley

    My father always said to me if someone hits you, you hit them back. He said he had no problems with me defending myself. Some guy picked on me in high school acting tough in front of his friends so i dropped him. His Friends were in absolute shock. I didn’t get picked on again. Of course I was the the one who got into trouble. You’ve only got to do it once to get your point across. No doubt its the cheapest and easiest way to rehabilitate a bully. Well done Casey.

  • Holly

    Sure, “SUE THE SCHOOL,” that’s always the answer. The school district should sue the parents of that little punk because they are negligent of teaching him to conduct himself in a civil manner. Learning to conduct oneself properly begins AT HOME…not at school. Stop blaming all that goes wrong in the world on the schools. Parents need to take responsibility for their children FIRST. And that little bully punk should be arrested for verbal, physical, and emotional assault. Unfortunately, the laws in America are more reactive than proactive; so it is more than likely that little could have been done proactively–by the school or anyone else–to prevent this ugly, and potentially deadly, display of “boys being boys.”

  • GMaw

    Jane, good grief!!!!! I imagine as a kid who has been bullied by this little punk for a while, he had walked away many times. It looks to me that he had enough of being bullied by a little spoiled brat thug, and he took matters into his own hands because no one else would! You need to get into the read world!!!!!!!!!

  • Rcasanova145

    I loved this. Little Punk got exactly what he deserved. Pick on a bigger kid, tick him off and WHAM! Great result, Casey did nothing wrong here, the Punk needs to be suspended not Casey.

  • GMaw

    Jane, please tell us you don’t have kids and that you don’t vote!!!!!!

  • Amberbunyea

    The little runt bully clearly started this.. by punching the victim.. and the victim did nothing.. until he started in on him again.. and then the bully got what was coming to him.. IMO he deserved it. Yet.. the victim gets bullied by the runt everyday of his h.s life and nothing happens to him. The victim gets suspended. I teach my children to walk away but after something like this every single day.. and nothing being done.. I probably wouldn’t be to upset if my kid defended himself/herself

  • JohnnyLaw

    You fail to realize that this took place in Australia.

  • Richard Kay

    I was bullied when I was in middle school at the near of my term by older thugs. My reaction to them was, either its my honor or its yours. I was a loner but I was tough looking, so no one messed around with me. Anyhow, what made it worse is that my English was horrible back in the days, so I had little means of exchanging verbal assaults. In the end though, as he passed by my shoulder and pushed me around, I kicked him in the stomach, which made him a fly couple feet. After that, he didn’t intimate me anymore. He began to “chill” near me, if you get the drift.
    Funny thing though. I had people watching this whole incident since I did it in the middle of the crowd. Teacher didn’t notice it (I was thinking it but just thought who the heck cares) and these bystanders didn’t do anything, as usual.

    Overall, a great experience on my hand. If you are a loner or have a child that have difficulties adjusting to the society, just make them tough and tell him to beat up your bully in anyway possible, because after your child grows up, no matter what kind of punishment he received afterward from the school, he will NOT forget about his righteous action.

  • Richard Kay

    I was bullied when I was in middle school at the near of my term by older thugs. My reaction to them was, either its my honor or its yours. I was a loner but I was tough looking, so no one messed around with me. Anyhow, what made it worse is that my English was horrible back in the days, so I had little means of exchanging verbal assaults. In the end though, as he passed by my shoulder and pushed me around, I kicked him in the stomach, which made him a fly couple feet. After that, he didn’t intimate me anymore. He began to “chill” near me, if you get the drift.
    Funny thing though. I had people watching this whole incident since I did it in the middle of the crowd. Teacher didn’t notice it (I was thinking it but just thought who the heck cares) and these bystanders didn’t do anything, as usual.

    Overall, a great experience on my hand. If you are a loner or have a child that have difficulties adjusting to the society, just make them tough and tell him to beat up your bully in anyway possible, because after your child grows up, no matter what kind of punishment he received afterward from the school, he will NOT forget about his righteous action.

  • Jennifer Bouchery

    The news we have here in Australia is that they were both suspended. It’s unfortunate that this crucial piece of information was left out as the story went internationally viral.

  • Kerkking1337

    I swear you as the teachers are the fucking retards .. suspending Casey … U should suspend the fucking redhead for being a heartless moron … casey didnt do something wrong he just defended himself because noone said something… The little redtard has to know that hes fucking with a boy whos 5 times bigger that hes gonna die !

    Fuck you Teachers go buy a brain or some glasses ! Thats really pissing me off

  • Spiritofvincennes

    When Casey gets back in school someone bigger is really going to hurt him now.

  • Spiiritofvincennes

    They were RIGHT in suspending Casey. He’s nothing more than a bully himself. He was laughing at the twirp, he wasn’t getting hurt.

  • Thedew_

    I hope that the bully loses his ability to use that leg again. And how the bully didnt get any punishments but the Casey did?!?! Fucking hell that bully deserves much more than he got and that friend of his that went stood in front of him(talking about that brick gay boy). At least that girl has some sense and said you should stop now

  • Myswtmelisa

    This poor child has probably been picked on and picked on…and why is it his bully didnt get suspended? HE HIT HIM FIRST!!! Poor Casey couldnt take it anymore!!!

  • Spiritofvincennes

    It’s amazing how you people get so hyped up over a big guy getting harmlessly picked on…he never got hurt, he laughed about it, yet you chear on the big ox that sends a twirp to the hospital and possibly injured his leg for life. You’re so callous. Hopefully Casey ends up getting his punk ass whupped for real.

  • Soldier-on-demand

    i think i prefer this outcome than the possible outcome of casey commiting suicide since bullying is supposedly the number 1 cause of youth suicide…so the bullies ego got shattered and possibly his hip…that is still better than another innocent youth taking their own lives.

  • Jim

    Sounds like you have had a simular experience in your life in that some kid
    you were “bullying” turned around and put a major league ass whuppin on
    you. Only thing about the video that disapoints me is, that Casey didn’t
    pick that little turd up and throw him at those other assholes that were taunting him.
    Teachers should probably commend him. He most likely achieved results in that
    school they were incapable of. Great show Casey!!

  • Anonymous

    There are some people that just don’t understand words. Modern society is teaching kids that words mean nothing, because they are never backed by action. When learning how to cope with bullying, its all words. As a victim you’re told to tell an adult, the adult is supposed to talk to the bully, then the bully just nods and smiles and says “yes, ma’am/sir, I won’t do it again.” Adults don’t follow you around and protect you when you’re a kid. And at the same time, teachers don’t want to bring punishment on kids like this bully, because god forbid they end up in that teacher’s class, then the whole teaching term is made hell for the teacher.

    If you have someone with no compassion, or too much ego, or a general lack of understanding of their native language (the little bully had to have atleast one, if not a combination of the three)-they won’t respond to words. What do you do when, time and time again, a dog doesn’t understand “No?” You give it a little smack on the nose. Animals don’t reason with each other, and if a person is going to act like a thoughtless animal and bully another, sometimes they need to be dealt with physically instead of logically.

  • Anonymous

    Harmlessly picked on?

    We tend to think people slip into depression at older ages (late teens, early 20s, post-partem, mid-life crisis). But it happens at ages in kids as young as these. Have you ever watched or spoken to a clinically depressed preteen? Its tragic. These kids are so young and vulnerable that they feel they have no defenders, no way out, no escape. Teachers and parents do nothing, schools do nothing, and they are taught not to be violent, and to do nothing. They can’t not attend school! Often it leads to depression.

    I knew two guys who were picked on for his weight. They developed eating disorders, it happens in boys too. One was so malnourished for so long that he lost all the hair on his head at 16 and it never grew back.

    But you say harmless.

  • bro

    casey did the right thing when i was in high school a couple years back i didnt get bullied like this but the dude kept calling me names and making fun of me and i even told my administrator and she didnt do shit and i didnt want to get in trouble so i tried to ignore it. then he did the same to one of my friends so i beat his ass right there i broke his ribs and fucked up his pretty little face.dude was 6 foot somthin and i was way shorter but that dont mean nothin. fuck bullies i hate em especially wen i see a bully do shit to other kids its not cool at all its not funny.

  • BattleButterfly

    I’m gunna have to disagree with you right there. I am a woman. Only a sensitive person would ever teach kids just to “Walk Away”. Walking away for me was a sign to warn the other person before I put my foot up their asses. Kinda hard to walk away, ZoeJane, when people are FOLLOWING you with cameras so they can watch you be HUMILIATED. Too bad for them,that the tides turned on these little imps. I think the only reason why others have a problem with this young boy fending for himself is because he’s fat. There’s a lot of anti-fat people in the world that like to demonize others because of their size. This gives little shitdumplings like the scrawny kid in the video, free-reign to punch all over introverted, quiet fat children because they are constantly told to moderate THEIR behavior, instead of telling these skinny kids to stop being assholes in the first place.

  • JohnMHill

    Punch me in the face and see what happens….I would have done the exact same thing. Way to go kid.

  • Woosh

    “Look where it got him!”….???..It got him to a place where scrawny little punks will think twice before messing with the mighty Casey, THATS where it got him!

  • Jody

    …Couldn’t agree more.

    Being close to 50-years-old, I can see how it used to be that a crime VICTIM was just that…the victim, and could defend him/herself from attack. Everyone used to focus on how horrible the attacker was, not dwell on PC notions about the rule of law or perfect world, theoretical outcomes.

    Now, everyone is expected to “walk away” from miscreants, and rely on the authorities. But what message does that send? The types of people who choose to harm others know they will get away with it, with no real consequences. If everyone knew that harming someone was LIKELY to result in immediate retaliation, there’d be less of it. I mean, how many times have I seen people run their mouths, then slink away when their victims DON’T back down?

    It reminds me of a debate I’ve had with a police officer friend of mine. One of his colleagues made some comment about everyone hating police, until someone is breaking into their homes, and then who do they call? I laughed loudly (and well) when I heard that. I countered that if I was free to gain the kind of training, weapons, and home security devices I would like, I would GLADLY take care of business myself. Disarming citizens, and charging them with crimes if they fight back against an attacker, is why we (law-abiding citizens) HAVE TO call police. We’re NOT ALLOWED to protect ourselves….unless you count mental telepathy as a viable form of self-defense.

  • Cm Cummings

    I support Casey for his decision and feel that the “bully” and those enabling the bully should be reprimanded and sent to counseling.

    I am interested as to how this will play out legally.

  • Heywood Jablome

    How many times do you have to be hit before you’re allowed to fight back? He should press charges aganist the bully for assault. No jury will ever find him guilty.

  • Heywood Jablome

    How many times do you have to be hit before you’re allowed to fight back? He should press charges aganist the bully for assault. No jury will ever find him guilty.

  • guest

    I would have cried after the first punch in the face so I think Casey did pretty good!And he probably could have done a lot worse so the bully is rather lucky Casey walked away!oh how I used to dream of having the courage to stand up to my bullies,but I never did,and to this day I am shy,reserved and trodden all over.These bullies underestimate the damage they can do to one life.

  • Gollywog

    wtf would you knwo about walkign away? when i was bullied at primary I “tried” to walk away.. but one day i snapped… and I snapped good. bit off a fat bullies nipple.

    people like you are the ones who punish the innocent.

  • Gollywog

    wtf would you knwo about walkign away? when i was bullied at primary I “tried” to walk away.. but one day i snapped… and I snapped good. bit off a fat bullies nipple.

    people like you are the ones who punish the innocent.

  • Psychobunny

    How many times is a child supposed to ‘walk away’?? Only to have the same thing over and over again? I think Casey demonstrated amazing restraint because I daresay he wanted to pummel the crap out of that kid and his buddies? He took so much, he ended it, he walked away. I can honestly say I don’t know if I could have shown such restraint.

  • Anonymous

    I’m hoping the adults? involved have sense enough to watch the you-tube video. A big problem with society today is it’s a crime to protect yourself. My father would kick my arss for starting a fight, but he would also kick it for running away from one.

  • Anonymous

    I’m hoping the adults? involved have sense enough to watch the you-tube video. A big problem with society today is it’s a crime to protect yourself. My father would kick my arss for starting a fight, but he would also kick it for running away from one.

  • No more Bullies

    How many times do you have to walk away before you get stabbed in the back. This is surely not the first time, as proven by the set up video, it was a pre-meditated attack conspired on with fellow bullies. Sounds like you were a bully.

  • Meshellw

    Its a sad day when children have to go to school and worry this will happen to them. Where are the teachers? Did the boys who punched him in the face FIRST get punished? Did his parents do anything about it? Yes, Casey did something wrong body slamming him but who was there to guide him, help and tell him what to do. If someone EVER EVER hit my son… I can tell you there would be consequences. First something would be done with the school.. then the law and his parents. I am telling you right NOW >>>>>IT IS A PARENTS JOB to teach their kids this is wrong!!! One day you parents who allow kids bully others are going to run into the wrong person and some serous damage is going to happen. I feel so bad for these kids. And the others who stand there and laugh…YOU ARE NO BETTER!!! Stop being a follower.. STAND UP FOR WHAT IS RIGHT>>EVEN IF YOU ARE STANDING ALONE!!!!!!!!!!!! it is true …what goes around comes around… I am becoming more upset each day about this stuff…. we need to talk to our kids as soon as they can understand. The younger the better. And when you find out one of your kids bullied make sure they are punished so they know you will not tolerate this kind of behavior. If not… you only have yourself to blame…..

  • Lukas-e-o-jensen

    How do you know that the bullies wont bother him again? Maybe they now have even more reasons to hit him.

  • ZX7R

    I was the tall skinny kid who got bullied regularly. Similar thing happened to me, I got punished for defending myself. My parents stood by me, which was the biggest thing. Made me feel sooooo much better knowing the peoples opinions I valued most told me I did the right thing. Funny thing was the bullying all but stopped.
    One of my kids got bullied in school also. After 4 kids attacked him, hurting him to the point of missing a few days school. I asked him why he didn’t stop them. He had the ability. He was a purple belt in karate & told me he was taught to “not fight out of anger”. After meeting with the school & learning that the bullies parents wouldn’t even come in to the school to discuss the indecent & that it wasn’t the first time the school had had trouble with this group. And after meeting with his sensi a plan was developed. My son was told to try to avoid the first attack, assume a defensive & tell the attacker to stop. If a second attack was launched he was told to aggressively block the attack (an aggressive block would consist of a very solid block of the aggressors extremity used during the attack) & warn the attacker that “if you continue to attack me I will be forced to defend myself”. Upon a third attack… all bets were off, both the sensi & I told my son to go ahead & disable the attacker to the point that my son could get away.

    That is what Casey did !!
    How can anyone fault someone for making themselves safe?
    He walked away when he could when it was relatively safe!

    OH & my son… a few days after he returned to school the same 4 went at him again. Needless to say it was the last time they (or anyone else) ever bothered him again.

    You Go Casey!

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  • Jamesalbarnes

    Walk away is a good thing IF, and I mean IF you have not been assaulted (touched) by your attacker. When that happens, all bets are off , I always taught my son’s to absorb as much verbal abuse as they could and still walk away from the situation UNLESS they were touched or hit in any way. At that point they were to defend themselves with all the skills I taught them, which were considerable, considering my 20 something years in the Marine Corp and 35 plus years of KARATE training…… So much for walking away. Sometimes the abusing party needs to know that there is a risk in bad behavior!!

  • http://jcrue.wordpress.com jcrue

    It is because kids are taught to not fight back that encourages bullying. Simple fact.

  • obaMAOspawnofsatan

    That was pleasing to the eye. Reminds me of what needs to be done to obaMAO and his union thugs!

  • Barraman

    The people who seek to suspend the victim for defending himself are the ones we can blame for allowing the Quadaffi’s of the world to keep slaughtering their people…it is the same mentality on a different scale.

  • Rcnctx

    Eloquently put, Jody! I am nearing 50 myself and PC or not, I will defend myself against an attacker…I’m not looking for a fight, nor am I a proponent of violent leanings, however, if someone decides to take a walk into my life and tries to harm me or my family, I will use every gun in my arsenal to stop them! Nuff said!

  • Anonymous

    I’m guessing the nasty little punk who was being egged on by his pack to assault the other kid may think twice before trying to pick on someone else. Good. Life lesson learned. I was a short kid and experienced bullying through much of my school years, and the teachers did nothing about it. Unless they saw it they wouldn’t act, and if they did they didn’t want to choose sides and spent lots of time wasted in “He said, she said” conversations. Utterly useless. So I had to stand up for myself, despite getting in trouble for doing so. The little punks, always in a pack, eh? So tough they are, they have to work in packs… and only force stops them. Only force stops a bully.

    So good for standing up for yourself, Casey!

  • bruce

    “Of Mice and Men”

    little prick had it commin’

  • Guest

    I wonder, if the kid had landed on his head and died, would Casey still be a hero?

  • UpChuck.Liberals

    Then I’d say the world would have been a better place. The little punk will probibly wind up in prision anyway, unless he took this to heart. Which I seriously doubt, his kind rarely do.

  • Anonymous

    That’s pretty much how I dealt with my bully, but that was way back in the seventies when kids could fight without being charged as criminals.

  • Groomersgotstyle

    In response to “Why didn’t the bully get suspended?”

    In my old high school, even if someone fought back in total self defense, both parties would get suspended. A security guard once told me you basically just have to curl up.. At least that’s what the school expected.. I’m surprised BOTH didn’t get suspended.. But I’m not surprised poor Casey did. It’s totally ridiculous

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SS7DJ4AAWMIGUUZKK6666VXSGQ C

    Boy, I just don’t get how anyone could criticize Casey, much less punish him! When I grew up, the kid who started the fight had nothing to complain about. Since when are we not allowed to defend ourselves from attack?!? This is the same mentality as when police officers are criticized when a criminal assailant gets hurt. As far as I am concerned, the little bully got what he deserved.

  • Anonymous

    Great….absolutly great!!! I was bullied in high school too. Then I decided to defend my self and sent the bullyer to the dentist. I was taken to the principals office and he commenced to shove me around while telling me that if I liked to fight so much, that I should fight with him. His shoving trurned to pushing, then slapping and, SNAP!!! I again decided to defend myself. My parents had to come and pick me up at Juvenile Hall as I was picked up for assualting the principal. I was suspended from school. When I returned to schoolwe had a new principal and I never got bullied again.

  • http://www.trommetter.com/log/ JasonTromm

    The victim in this case shouldn’t have been suspended for knocking the bully down a notch. Bully got what he deserved! I hope he’s learned his lesson. I’ve told my son to make sure you knock the other guy down if you’ve got to fight back.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3HXDVYRKBWGTA5A4M5IOPN4DBU Emerson

    I can’t stop laughing at the kid who hat his ass beaten. His swollen eye at the end was priceless. Sadly he’ll grow up to be an even bigger asshole as this video will follow him around like a wart. I’m sure his parents are failures too.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3HXDVYRKBWGTA5A4M5IOPN4DBU Emerson

    No, but he shouldn’t be blamed either for bad parenting and an evil seed who’ll probably grow up to be an abusive, date-rapist alcoholic. I’m happy when bad things happen to bad people.

  • mustang

    I see this as valuable learning lesson for the little bully and that is, you antagonize and assault someone you could end up with serious case of major a$$ Whooping Syndrome. And yes you do have the right of self defense with no reprocussions from a liberal school boarrd, that little bully could have caused serious damage to the other kid with those punches to the face. Some people are just hard headed and require hard lessons. This kid just learned something that modern society falls to teach and that is YOUR actions sometimes have undesirable consequences.

  • Proud Infidel

    I say BRAVO for Casey!!! It is the mentality that has men sitting and not standing up for themselves starts in school. You are not punished for being a bully but are when you stand up for yourself. Casey tried to avoid the fight, I think he knew that he was capable of causing injury to the squirt but when pushed he finally defended himself, quite well I think. It will be a long time before anyone picks on him again. Charging him is about the greatest example of PC and forcing a pacifist agenda I have ever seen. My son put three football players in the Hospital after five jumped him, Black Belt at 13, and when thy tried to charge him I went to court filed lawsuits against the School, all five players families, and the State Board of Education. We came to an agreement real quick, my son was suspended for three days, standard for fighting, and the football players sat out the rest of the season and was suspended for three days as well. This was in 1988 but I say use them against themselves. If we do not stand up to the Leftest we will not have any men tough enough to fight their way out of a paper bag. BTW My son went on to serve in the Army for nine years in the Infantry and loved it.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/M4XTPF2ERSF2M3M5E6N27BNR4Q mbs

    I’d hardly call that a body slam, it looks more like Casey just dropped him. The little bully is faking his injury, imo. It’s ridiculous that Casey got suspended.

  • Anonymous

    Give Casey a medal. That was one hell of a slam. I’m guessing that kid won’t ever bother someone again.

  • Wil

    Walk Away? Are you kidding me! Did you not watch the video, he took at least 3 hits before he had enough.. at least 3.. 1 in the face. There was a bigger kid on his left and at least 1 other boy behind the camera and the kid with the camera also involved and causing trouble. When he did try to walk away the boy stepped in his path. He had no exit on the other side. His only choice was to stand there and take it. As he did for several hits. But you can only take so much of a beating before you start to stand up, you know. What are you thinking? I hope your kids make it okay in school. Walk Away, does not work in reality. Only on TV! The real world is hard sometimes.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y3C7LNR7MVFRZTNARJG7DYJQPA Lincoln freed the slaved. Oba

    Wish there was some way people could remind the school in Australia to suspend the other child too. It takes 2 in a fight. The scrawny bully was trying to score points. Wish here in the USA we could have a few minutes alone with Barack Obama. he would be singing a different tune very quickly. Unfortunately, in the USA we do not have the privilege of doing so. But we can vote the idiot in 2012.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JX7G2BHLPAEBULWYJNDBQRESGQ Dry Heat

    I’m 40 now, and as a kid I was a skinny beanpole, much like my 2 sons today. We had a neighborhood bully who was the “big kid” on the block. Not overweight but just BIG, and he used it to bully all the kids in the neighborhood. One summer he put his focus on me…I think because I didn’t fall in line with his bullying. My parents spoke to his at least once that I recall, but nothing changed. My dad told me I might have to deal with it myself. One day, he was doing his thing and ended up throwing a large rock at my leg, then walking up to me with a grin on his face as I was near tears. When he was close enough, I popped him in the nose as hard as I could, and he hit the ground holding his face, then stumbled up and ran home with his hands full of blood, as the neighborhood kids watched. I can’t recall me or any of my friends being bullied by him again.

    In high school, a local punk took offense to one of my friends talking to what turned out to be his girlfriend, and since he knew where I lived (my friend was from out of the neighborhood), he began driving by my house and yelling threats, and telling my neighborhood friends and even my brother that he was gonna beat the crap out of me. One day I was working out front with my dad and he starts driving by and yelling stuff with a car full of his bully friends. My dad asked what was up, and I told him, and he said this time you better not pull a “Brian” (name of the bully from my younger days). So we called the police, and they were sitting in front of my house when sure enough the car full of bullys turns onto our street again. They saw the cop and foolishly turned down a cul-de-sac, where the policeman pulled them over and brought the bully back to my house in the back of his squad car so we could have a discussion. The kid tried once more to be the “tough guy” by talking trash to me from the back of the car. I walked right up and stuck my head in the window just begging him to take it further, and the cop just let me. The kid backed down, the cop thanked me for handling the situation well and warned the kid that if anything escalated or continued he had his address and would be at his doorstep with handcuffs. Never heard or saw the kid again. I get the feeling that if someone had popped him in the nose when he was a younger bully, I never would have had to call the police.

  • Electriclarry

    You’re kidding yourself, kids 20 years ago were smartmouth little punks too… now it’s just there for everyone to see.

  • Electriclarry

    You’re kidding yourself, kids 20 years ago were smartmouth little punks too… now it’s just there for everyone to see.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Keith-Wagner/1775033602 Keith Wagner

    Casey had every righy to defend himself, I bet that little punk dosen’t F%@k with him any more. Me being a parent might even go and kick the shit out of the punks farther for raising such a low life !

  • Anonymous

    As the mother, daughter, sister and aunt of some really big boys – 6’4′ on up – I can testify that decent kids who are big and strong are the frequent victims of such antics.

    I even had some male teachers praise how my really big and strong son handled it. He told me of an incident at school (private so a different situation from public schools) that he observed when a small kid who had made a career of it got his back.

    The physical differences between the two was similar to these two, the Incredible Hulk vs a midget. D was practicing with a basketball while waiting for carpool. T ran in, grabbed the ball and hurled it as far as he could. D picked T up and stood him in the large industrial trash can and told T you stay right there till I come back with my ball.

    D came back and told T “you’re going to live in this garbage can if you and your little friends don’t turn around and run in the opposite direction when you see me.” At which point he lifted the now scummy inside and out (it had rained earlier that day ) little twerp out and gently set him on the ground.

    The story spread like wildfire thru the school and that was the last time D ever had a problem until he moved on to high school.

    Just thinking about it today warms the cockles of my heart. I sure hope things start to go Casey’s way now that so much attention has been focused on this story.

  • Anonymous

    As the mother, daughter, sister and aunt of some really big boys – 6’4′ on up – I can testify that decent kids who are big and strong are the frequent victims of such antics.

    I even had some male teachers praise how my really big and strong son handled it. He told me of an incident at school (private so a different situation from public schools) that he observed when a small kid who had made a career of it got his back.

    The physical differences between the two was similar to these two, the Incredible Hulk vs a midget. D was practicing with a basketball while waiting for carpool. T ran in, grabbed the ball and hurled it as far as he could. D picked T up and stood him in the large industrial trash can and told T you stay right there till I come back with my ball.

    D came back and told T “you’re going to live in this garbage can if you and your little friends don’t turn around and run in the opposite direction when you see me.” At which point he lifted the now scummy inside and out (it had rained earlier that day ) little twerp out and gently set him on the ground.

    The story spread like wildfire thru the school and that was the last time D ever had a problem until he moved on to high school.

    Just thinking about it today warms the cockles of my heart. I sure hope things start to go Casey’s way now that so much attention has been focused on this story.

  • Alex

    Umm… How exactly do you figure that. Even if your logic was correct (which it isn’t), drawing a link between a school fight and the armed revolution of a sovereign nation is drawing a long bow don’t you think.

  • Pammypooh03

    thats the stupidest thing I have ever heard

  • http://www.trommetter.com/log/ JasonTromm

    The victim should be given a medal for ridding the school of one bully. That little punk probably won’t bully anybody else again.

  • John

    Well as i always have said don’t put out if you cant take it . Casey well done i don’t think this little punk will be tormenting anyone for a while glad you put him in his place . as for the suspension this school needs to be held accountable if there was teacher supervision on the school grounds this would never have occurred . I praise Casey for his actions and bullys of the world note this may be you some day why poeple need to be so tough and show off to a group of there mates i will never know but rest assured it will bite you in the ass one day .

  • Pandaluvr2

    Casey,
    I understand why you did what you did. I too was bullied my entire school life, until I finally snapped and beat the crap out of them. They didn’t even get the full force of the fury that had built up inside of me all those years. I am a girl by the way, and took out many of big guys that taunted me for being heavy. As an adult now, I can say that I too went about it the wrong way. Bulley’s do what they do, because they feel very inadeqate about themselves. That little squirt that was hitting you is trying to make up for his lack in size is all. So if there is a next time, just tell him it’s not your fault he is so short & scrawny and walk away! If you react to people like that, they just come back for more. Your reaction is their entertainment. You are a puppet on strings, and they are the puppeteer!
    Take it from someone who knows, they are not worth it!

  • Ossian

    I’m thinking he (bully) is lucky he didn’t get a follow on beating/stomping and got away with just being slamed.

  • Haynesfan

    LOL! There’s a brand new, part 2 to this video where Casey fights the second dude! xD
    It’s here: http://fileups.net/2jB976

  • haynesfan

    LOL! There’s a brand new, part 2 to this video where Casey fights the second dude! xD
    It’s here: http://fileups.net/2jB976

  • Jshipman

    Is there any way we can do that to congress….?

  • xxx

    Bully bastard should thank god that Casey didn’t passed the control line on him…. like smashing him in the head or kickin’ in the floor….. poor bastard….. will surely end up working as a guard in chuckee cheese where hi’s bully powers might be affective…….

  • Maryvi0412

    Julian Im with u…walking away is worst, these bullies don’t have respect, I don’t believe in violence, but since my daughter was victim of a bully I knew the only way it would stop was her defending herself. I spoke with teachers, social workers, the school principal, the bullys’ parents but the problem kept on and it was worst.. Once I sat down with my daughter well she was crying, I was so angry I told her it’s enough nobody has the right to make a fool of you, I never wanted to say this but from know on I allow you to defend yourself, and she did. The next day the teacher called me because my daugther had beat up her aggresor. She was’nt suspended, since I had evidence of all the times I tried to stop it with no violence, the bully was suspended and her parents decide to take her to another school. Since then my daughter is the defender of the victims of bully in school and nobody is able to do anything against her, because she demonstrate nobody has the right to make you feel as you were nothing.

  • Anonymous

    If you are going to get suspended for protecting yourself, then next time I would do more than just body-slam the bully!

  • Olczykjr57

    Pretty ignorant statement

  • Seasimm

    If the moronic school administrators won’t provide justice for Casey how about this; he should march down to the Police station and file a charge for assault & battery…I’m sure the Police are smart enough to watch the video and see what apparently the school administrators couldn’t..idiots!!

  • Melissa

    Clearly evident that this was self defense!

  • Melissa

    Maybe we should start with the School Board first! Clearly they haven’t watched the same video we have!!!

  • http://www.trommetter.com/log/ JasonTromm

    That’s giving the police too much credit.

  • CM

    When my oldest son was cold cocked by a bully he’d been trying to avoid for weeks the boy was charged and ended up with a bad rep around town and well known to the local police. My son ended up with a good rep around town and respected by police.
    When some one threatened to kick my youngest son’s a**, he casually said, “Good luck with that” and walked away…end of story.
    I don’t blame Casey for what he did. I would like him to realize the he is so powerful he could gently put the bully on the ground and gently hold him there until he apologizes, or gently put him over his shoulder and walk him to the office for discipline….it would be soooo funny.

  • Hannah Duccab

    So the world is falling apart and Obama is holding a conference on bullying… brilliant!

  • Cara

    I think it’s interesting that Casey didn’t hit back. To me, it looked like he tried to stop the kid without punching him. He also didn’t continue to beat him up after the other kid was on the ground. While he slammed him to the ground pretty hard, it didn’t look malicious to me, just deliberate. Based on the video, there’s no way Casey should have been suspended. He should have been commended for stopping the assault and not escalating it.

  • Ainein

    If you’re big enough to throw the punch, you’d best be big enough to take one. I don’t feel a bit sorry for the li’l wart…asked for it.

  • Feise58

    You rock Casey. We need more good people like you!!!!!

  • Uninformedluddite

    You got it wrong with the only a woman comment although I agree with everything else you said. Our society now seems to have a lot of men that are a lot more feminine than the girls. Love those lefties.

  • IDickard1

    I agree. No offense to anyone who thinks Casey shouldn’t have done this or should be suspended, I can respect your opinion, but I view that as totally wrong. He got hit at least four times what they hell do you want from the kid, had he done nothing he would just be further bullied for being a b!tch for not retaliating. He did what he had to do and it seemed to work.

  • Uninformedluddite

    I didn’t see him laughing. You are just seeing what you want to see. Anyway with a name like that I am sure you have a warped view of history anyway. BTW: two i’s is very very ghey

  • Uninformedluddite

    Youu are a sickening excuse for a human being.

  • Uninformedluddite

    The little runts parents are suing everyone they can

  • Gypsy Pirate13

    Casey was taunted DAILY and teased and bullied by these kids. He is no more a bully than I am an astronaut. Get a grip please.

  • Gypsy Pirate13

    Methinks you may be a bully…to think that getting picked on is harmless? I think not

  • Gypsy Pirate13

    Methinks you may be a bully…to think that getting picked on is harmless? I think not

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charmaine-Chambers/1424795364 Charmaine Chambers

    This is disgusting! How is it that the kid that gets bullied always gets the blame. Where are the teachers?
    How can this continue in schools today. There needs to be something done. My heart goes out to Casey, obviously this had been going on for a while then he just snapped. Who are the idiots that make all these decisions for these bullied children to get suspended and in trouble. They are crying out for help but obviously teachers are too scared these days to listen and to help these innocent children. Praying for you Casey.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charmaine-Chambers/1424795364 Charmaine Chambers

    This is disgusting! How is it that the kid that gets bullied always gets the blame. Where are the teachers?
    How can this continue in schools today. There needs to be something done. My heart goes out to Casey, obviously this had been going on for a while then he just snapped. Who are the idiots that make all these decisions for these bullied children to get suspended and in trouble. They are crying out for help but obviously teachers are too scared these days to listen and to help these innocent children. Praying for you Casey.

  • Blaine3119

    kill the bully, once a *ick always a *ick. Also, charge the parents for the bullet!!!

  • Tim

    Duh! It happened at school which is why someone said sue the school. There’s nothing the school could have done? It happened on school grounds during the school day so what planet do you live on that you assume the school should not be blamed?

  • Stonetonejsjs

    You are a fucking idiot.

  • Shopping11

    Uncool dude.

    It’s spam, don’t click.

  • Darkeklaw

    Casey channeled his inner Chuck Norris. Way to go Casey

  • Shopping11

    No, it’s exactly right. You don’t wake up one day and become the kind of person that slaughters people.

  • Shopping11

    Agreed, instead the parents are filing criminal charges.

  • Jonnyb332

    Focus Rudy, not everything is liberals vs conservatives. This is about these kids, not everything is about you.

  • Jhummel

    I think the table turned on this young man(Little horse prick).
    I think servce him right too.Your thoughts.

  • Spendthenight

    Maybe the little guy was attacking the big guy because he said something about his sister. Maybe the little guy was bullied for weeks or months by the big guy and he finally lashed out. Wouldn’t you feel bad then? ;)

  • Spendthenight

    Maybe the little guy was attacking the big guy because he said something about his sister. Maybe the little guy was bullied for weeks or months by the big guy and he finally lashed out. Wouldn’t you feel bad then? ;)

  • Taylor

    Did you not read the news report? It said Casey had gotten bullied by this little boy every day! That’s ridiculous and that little boy deserved it. Way to go Casey. Sue the school!

  • Spendthenight

    You did notice the at the end…right?

  • Fuufy

    whoever the hell that bully is, youre an idiot, hes like three times your size. dick head.

  • ticked

    That’s what’s wrong with the system..the bully should have his azz kicked, and be kicked out of school, and the parents should have to apologize to the other parents..You can clearly see Casey was NOT the one provoking..hope the bully get’s his…

  • Valmo55

    the little $h!t had it coming, and pass a law that says bullies WILL be punished…he got what he deserved.

  • Wwilkins521

    SPAM! Haynesfan stop littering.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KQ5AHUMCV2YCEDMVZCZJVJWVNI spidey_man

    PersianBULL, I think there are a lot of us who remember being Casey; being picked on. I was a big kid like Casey too, and was told I could hurt someone smaller than me. So I took it till one day I went ape with the popular kid, put on the gloves (that’s how you resolved things in Catholic School) and in front of the class beat the crap out of him. I never got bullied after that either.

    With little punks like that twerk, you give them an inch and they’ll take a mile. Let’s see if monkey boy will get the courage to take on Master Casey again.

  • aabbccya

    or what if Casey would’ve gone home and killed himself….then what? Little effer had it coming….playground justice. Little bastard.

  • Anonymous

    The little turd committed assault and his friends (esp the one with the camera) aided and abetted.
    Casey defended himself with just enough force to ensure the little punk could not get him in the back as he walked away. I don’t see any charges here unless Aussie’s like to reward criminals. And the whole town should be up in arms if the school did not suspend the little punk and his friends or if charges are brought against Casey. I have seen this a hundred times: the little punks pick on the big quiet kids, until the big kid fights back and whoops their butts!

  • Anonymous

    If administrators would actually do their jobs: stop the bullies and punish them this would not happen. Otherwise, let the victims fight back.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=703873169 Etay Nir

    The only thing I see here is a kid who had enough and protected himself! Shame on the bully and the one who took this picture. The school administration ought to be ashamed of themselves for punishing the boy who was bullied.

    Way to go assholes…

  • Henrik

    well done! best wishes from sweden. thats how to deal with bullying shits

  • Eric

    Everyone saying Casey did the right thing is absolutely correct..unfortunately, it’s only a matter of time before the little bully’s misguided parents continue to teach their child the wrong thing and sue Casey and his parents, the boy videotaping, the school, and anyone else some lawyer can justify naming in the suit for the physical and “emotional” distress he has endured by becoming the loser in this epic internet beatdown. I’m sure they’ll continue to shape his delinquency in another manner by imparting that you can capitalize financially on situations such as these (even if you were the cause of all of it) because people (ie a jury) are so gullible to believe what a clever attorney can sell. To suffer from emotional distress and humiliation, one has to possess actual feelings, something this bully clearly lacks or else he wouldn’t have victimized Casey in the first place.

    Hey Bully..before your mommy and daddy go running to some lawyer because of your damaged reputation from becoming a punchline by landing on the undesirable end of an internet phenomenon, realize that how you feel right now, is how Casey felt every day you and your friends picked on him up until the exact moment he turned the tables on you and slammed you to the concrete. Payback sucks. Doesn’t feel too good does it?

    That being said, I hope both boys walk away having learned a lesson.

  • Realwoman

    From what I saw, it went down like this… The “gang” planned the attack on Casey and even planned to video it so that they could laugh at it later and pass it around, even post it on their web site… What you don’t know as parents is that this new age of kids watching all sorts of stagnet, sick stuff on all their screens is rapidly becoming a new age of desensitized uncaring turds like the rat pack that attacked Casey. Wake up people and get involved with your children. Censor what they see at a tender young age. Teach them what will happen to them at home if they act like this in any public place. Maybe that would at least slow the little creeps down some. I have watched a couple of children in my neighborhood act like little hoodlums, and their single Mother denied that her precious children would “do such a thing” while they watched me snickering behind her back. I an positive they are now both in jail. Lifers…

  • Monchirol

    He was cornered. And who’s to say he hadn’t walked away before? That lil kid got a clean shot he should have knocked him out then.

  • Berry Sotero

    My guess is that young Casey broke the skinny bully’s leg and the school official viewed how Casey treated his tormentor with total disregard when body slamming him to the ground in a way that could possibly endanger the little worm’s life and so had to teach Casey a lesson in not defending himself with total abandon. Notice a big kid attempting to shield Casey from getting to the worm but didn’t want to risk receiving the same treatment?

  • John

    The victim put up with it for 4 years and then defended himself appropriately while getting punched. Bullies continue unless they get stood up to. It sends a message out to bullies that even after 4 years things can get unstuck and sends a message out to victims that bullies are cowards that only do it because they get away with it.

    A freak accident could happen whereby the bully could have been hurt more seriously but it was unlikely and didn’t and would be the exception that proves the rule. But people don’t have to be bullied just in case there is a freak accident affecting the bully. If someone robs someone and gets hurt in the process they brought it on themselves and if someone physically assaults someone who wants to be left alone (as in this case) and gets hurt in self defence they brought it on themselves. Darwin holds that if we swim at the shallow end of the gene pool we are at risk anyway.

    By contrast if the bully kept punching the victim then the victim fell over and hit his head on something in a fluke accident and died that would be tragic. Alternatively victims in their teen years often committ suicide after bullying and that also is tragic.

    The harsh reality is that there is a choice of two unlikely but potential risks – bully or victim. Justice demands that we make the choice that doesn’t put the victim at risk.

  • John

    By the way Berry the school announced that the bully got a grazed knee. There was speculation about a broken ankle because he limped just after but it didn’t happen.

  • Anonymous

    A good old-fashioned lawsuit will solve that problem and I hope the school administration is bankrupted by it considering that the video clearly shows this to be totally and completely self-defense. Right on, Casey!

  • Freekling3214

    I absolutely support people defending themselves. If you notice Casey is too slow to counter the little kids punches. That’s when Slappy starts with the Sugar Ray footwork. Casey had to grapple him. He’d been punched 4 times already. yeah the body slam was a little over doing it. I think Casey surprised himself too.

    Casey was corralled and the mob was intent to worldwide publish Casey being humiliated. You know this isn’t their first time. This was 100% premeditated. Aren’t they nice?

    They sent in the smallest of their goons to add insult. (also to show how lousy friends they really are to the little kid. They didn’t care if he got hurt.) It was their own little Colosseum. Casey the unwilling bear versus (vs. is a gladiator term) Pipsqueakus (trying to be cool to impress the others). What great sport. Isn’t their little clique superior? {similar thing happened when i was a kid. My buddy Hal H (who has curly black hair, rosy cheeks, porcelain skin) was being picked on by Guy Z ( a smaller kid). Hal just punched him in the nuts and it was done. From what I hear. I don’t watch fights}

    Oh my! their sidekick mascot Pipsqueakus just got thrashed. Isn’t it funny? Observe the girls laughing.

    What happened to the kid with the camera, the kid with the white t-shirt and the 2 girls who obviously were waiting for this to happen? I despise, abhor, loath, hate people who stand around and watch a fight. They are frigging pigs.

  • Cremutator

    a hero and a martyr both.

  • Confucius

    Don’t wake sleeping dragons.

  • Jimwalk

    I am making a formal call for the resignation of the school administrator that allowed Casey to be suspended.

    He displayed extreme patience and acted appropriately with reasonable force.

    I request a formal review of this administrators credentials and the school should be forced to issue an apology to Casey.

    This is a prime example of how to act with a bully, what is Casey was not physically able to defend himself?

    Shame on the administration of this school… Please post the name of the person who authorized this suspension so the public may do its’ own investigation.

  • Guest

    I was bullied when I was a kid. I took years of verbal abuse from others. I saw this video today and had mixed feelings. Part of me thought, “yeah, he did right standing up for himself.” Then the adult in me stepped in, “where are the adults/teachers? why is someone videotaping this violence? what will the school do to stop the bullying and violence?” Lets be honest here, the school is responsible for the well being of all the children there, period. What if a student pulls out a gun next time and shoots the bully? Violence doesn’t solve violence, period. As adults we need to be proactive and stop the bullying and violence, all of us; parents, teachers, administrators, public officials. Enough talking about it people, take action to help the kids, everywhere.

  • Joseferntex

    That is precisely what I call self defence. Little turkey will think twice before doing the same thing next time. Good on you Cassey.

  • Wicked9279

    Its all on tape the state could pick it up and file charges on the bully cause it clearly shows him hitting first.

  • Biograph

    You cannot rely on the administration (authorities) to protect your child against bullying. American prinicpals are scared to death of being sued if they take action. I was a teacher for 36 yrs. and a parent of five. If any of my children had been bullied – at least that I knew about – I would give the teacher, the principal, the superintendent and the school board one week to stop it, then I’d have filed a lawsuit. Principals should be as much afraid of the victim’s parents as they are of the bully’s sire and dam. It may be another “long bow” (Remember Agincourt ?), but more Am. states are passing “castle” laws which allow a resident to shoot and kill any SOB that enters his premises unannounced and poses a threat. (I’m 74 and have my Concealed Carry Weapon permit and the gun to go with it.) When the authorities can’t/won’t protect you, you have to protect yourself. Way to go, Casey !

  • Ventiamica

    “Casey Heynes has had enough of being bullied. This 16 year old kid has been tormented every single day of his short high school life – and today he snapped! He was suspended and may be looking at criminal charges, all because this little runt thought he could make an example of Casey in front of his “TUFF buddies!!”

    Although I don’t condone violence, I felt compelled to pat him on the back with a big massive kudos”

    EDIT – For those without a Facebook account, I’ve uploaded the original video

    School :

    Maple Rd, St Marys North
    Phone: 9623 6600
    Fax: 9833 1265
    Email: dunheved-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
    http://www.dunheved-h.schools.nsw.edu.au/sws/view/376164.node

  • toranna

    what’s amazing is your stupidity. you’re probably the little twerp’s father or something. Betcha didn’t think your little fuckwad son would humiliate himself for the whole world to see. It’s okay don’t cry, ashole. You’ll get yours someday too.

  • elmore111112

    tell you what if i was the parents of Casey i would go up to the bullies parents and drop them on their heads too. it all comes down to bad parenting and peer pressure. if the bullies friends didn’t react then he would have stopped. Casey shouldn’t get punished for his actions but the bully should get expelled. if that happened to an adult they would be charged. i just hate assholes in general

  • Gollywog

    this is why bullies carry on.. you dont react they think you just given them permission to make your life hell. IN this case they wanted to be come net “hereos” and failed so badly. from now on when someone gets beaten up like that for being a cock sucker bully they will get laffed at and tormented with cries of. you got Casey’d LOL.

  • Nexium2008

    LMAO that kid deserved it!!! hope his parents are embarresed they raised a little terd that got his A@#3$ whooped… I cant stop laughing at that kid that fat boy slammed him into the ground! HULK SMASH!

  • Had it with Bullies

    I can feel a Today Tonight Story on this event coming on, I would love to see the Today Tonight Crew confront the Parents of the Bully on national TV and would’nt it be great if they did the confrontation as public as possible with the Bully in tow. Maybe then the parents of this kid would have an inkling of what Casey obviously goes through each day and maybe realise that there is something wrong with thier parenting skills. I believe this episode would rate through the roof and if I was a half decent prosecuter I would be grabbing Casey and his family “pro bono” and sue the crap out of that school to make a statement to schools everywhere that this shit should not be taken lightly anymore. The time a child spends at school should be a safe learning and social enviroment where they can develop into civil law abiding citizen, these should be some of the best days of there life. We have special schools set up for kids with dissability. I would like to see schools set up for social misfits run by hard nosed military types who would make there day so agonising that these horrible stains on the community would shape up quick so as they could return to the solace of normal school life and failure to attend would be the equivelent of parole violation and guess who pays the fine, the parents, can’t lead your child in the direction of social adequecy then you don’t deserve to have any.

  • Rickster89754

    I too bullied in high school. The bully came up behind me and racked me in the gonads with a ruler. Everybody laughed. Later, when I just happened to be behind that same guy in a college cafeteria line, I kicked him so hard in the gonads from behind that I heard later he was permanently impotent. Nobody ever said a thing to me about it either. Later I ran into the guy face to face and I told him to come on, let’s have at it, and he started to tear up, at age 35 and I just laughed in his face and walked away. Bullies need their due justice. Way to go kid.

  • Jabbawalden

    unlikely considering most bullies only bully those who cant, or are unwilling to defend themselves

  • molina

    it never said he was bullied by THIS kid daily it said he was bullied daily quote it correctly if your gonna quote it at all.

  • Howie

    Ohhhh that had to hurt…..

  • Molina

    do i need to remind the public we r talking about kids here? holy hell in a handbasket batman…”he should have choked him out”, ‘he should have slammed his head into the bricks” really? really? i understand the retaliation of the victim as being justified but when does self defense cross the line? i can see hitting the kid back but at 16 and 12 yrs old respectively and the bully being outmatched by 60 lbs and 4 in i think this kid could have hit him and taken care of business. Overkill much? this kid, the bully, was rallied by older kids, used and thought he had backup, they sent him to do the dirty work, hmmm scrawny kid trying to impress the cool kids and become one of them for protection? sounds pretty common high school big fish little fish. look at both sides not just one, im not saying the kid was right but maybe he was pressured or bullied even into the position he found himself in. hope he loses the use of his leg, get a fuckin grip, its a 12 yr old. really thats the mentality that todays society has towards childhood aggression? hmmmm pent up aggression much… this was a pathetic fight to watch…it was clearly set up for the amusement of the older kids the ones filming and laughing, the ones who even as the “bully” stumbles obviously semi coherent and in terrible pain, his “friends” laugh and do nothing… again sacrificial lamb much, the oolder kids wanted to see how far this kid would go and they sent a stick figure in to do it. i think, again i think, not know not claim to have been there, i think that the entire thing was set up by a group of sadistic teenagers who had nothing better to do than to put on a horrific display of the power of peer pressure and ego. empathy has turned to apathy people, its a pandemic, they care not for themselves so why should they care for one another?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jim-Andrew/100000841800935 Jim Andrew

    The little bloke had it coming! Ouch!!!

  • Josh

    the bully did get suspended along with the kid with the camera

  • Go Casey

    Ah, the bully verbally and physically battered Casey before Casey defended himself from aggressive physical attacks by the bully. The “educators” who decided to suspend Casey should be disciplined themselves for going after the wrong person and not punishing a child who just committed felony battery right on video. This is such a clear case of self defense.

  • Bumblingbees

    My son was being bullied by another child and was attacked with a bat. He warned the child that if he didn’t stop, he would hit him back. A week later, the bully ran up behind my son and began hitting him with a bat again – totally unprovoked and with witnesses. The witnesses reported the child with the bat. I was called to the school and my son – who had not hit anyone- was labeled the bully because he had THREATENED to hit the other child if the bullying did not stop. Go figure! No action was taken against the child who had committed violence despite there being witnesses to it.

  • Uminohoshi

    i had the same thought as most of you when i saw this video – hurrah for Casey!

    but then i watched it again and realized that the little runt was doing so while surrounded by seemingly older / bigger group of kids who were laughing in the background while someone was filming the staged attack. i just wonder if perhaps he did it due to peer pressure, i.e. misguided actions to impress the cool kids – or he was himself bullied into attacking Casey to make it a more humiliating video. i am not condoning what he did. but he was a kid, impressionable and easily swayed – just thinking that maybe he wasn’t just a bully but a victim as well, not of Casey but of his so-called friends. of course, i could be wrong

    i hope that his parents, rather than blaming everyone else, would learn from this lesson and teach that poor misguided kid that bullying is unacceptable and teach him as well to pick better friends. it is painful to watch one’s child being trashed by someone, regardless who is at fault – but they need to swallow that painful truth if they want their kid to grow up into a useful, responsible adult.

    raising children is like growing a tree. if you want it to grow up straight and steady, you gotta put a fence around it so it feels its limits – what is acceptable and what is not. once you see it is growing up well and steady (never mind a few stray branches) you can remove the fences and it will grow on its own. it is harder to correct a tree that you allowed to get bent and unruly from the start – you can trim some of the branches but it will never grow straight

  • concerned

    so who wants to fund a case against the school for failing Casey in their duty of care?

  • me

    It is times like these that we should all realize that it takes a whole community to make a change. The reason that children fight back (against bullies) is because none of the administration or authorities do anything to hold the bully accountable. So the child takes it into their own hands-and gets punished for it. It is so very sad, that we all turn the other way/until it is too late. We can talk all we want about passing laws, and changing things, but until we are all on the same page as a society-nothing will change!! I say good for you Casey, hopefully your community and administration will stand behind you and hold this bully accountable.

  • me

    It is times like these that we should all realize that it takes a whole community to make a change. The reason that children fight back (against bullies) is because none of the administration or authorities do anything to hold the bully accountable. So the child takes it into their own hands-and gets punished for it. It is so very sad, that we all turn the other way/until it is too late. We can talk all we want about passing laws, and changing things, but until we are all on the same page as a society-nothing will change!! I say good for you Casey, hopefully your community and administration will stand behind you and hold this bully accountable.

  • http://twitter.com/kmh40 Kristina Hoffmeyer

    I happen to be a women AND a “leftie” and I would have no problem with one of my kids doing what Casey did to defend themselves. Stop with the lame stereotyping.

  • Jcrady0830

    I couldnt of said if better myself. This just sickens me. I tell my sons everyday not to join other in hateful acts like this one. All parties should be suspended! Im very greatful my sons would be the ones who would stop or call someone for help. They would never let something like that happen to someone. Thats good parenting!!

  • HF

    If you don’t want to get bitten don’t poke the tiger.

  • bia333

    “Fucking idiot” “moron”etc. Some may disagree with MyZoeJane but is it necesary to bully her. The irony.

  • Also55ran

    Casey is no hero. His reaction was justified, but far in excess of that necessary to defend himself. Body slamming the puny skinny kid was akin to America ‘nuking’ every Muslim country as a reaction to 9/11. He needs to be taught his own strength and the concept of ‘force for force.’ And the skinny kid needs to be taught a bit of common sense. WAIT! I think he just finished his first lesson!!

  • Finlayson68

    yes, in my childrens school as well. my son held back from fighting by ducking and holding the kid down and he still was suspended. He never hit the other kid not once, he said he didnt want to hurt him, he was smaller than me.

  • bowen

    Seriously, it’s very possible that a child can be bullied so much that he might actually commit a school shooting (or suicide) if its not addressed properly.

  • Jim

    No Casey was NOT tough enough on that little shit! I am sorry he did
    not pick the little turd off the floor and use him as a Bowling Ball against
    the rest of those AssHoles.
    I m thinking Casey’s Dad probably told him, that he was going to have
    to “take care of the problem, himself, so next time they taunt you, Kick
    their Ass! Dads is a happy man right now AND they are NOT going to
    bully Casey again!! Period…You BETCHA!!!! Casey may have just
    solved the problem for many students in that particular school!!

  • Madbalrog

    I’m with you there. The school should be held accountable for the kids while still on school property, a good lawsuit against the school just might wake the dopes up a little.

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  • Deanks

    I am not a father but if Casey were my boy, I’d be very proud of him. (Although, I’m not aware of any previous history between those boys) He did not provoke his menace. He patiently gave his “attacker” a chance to stop harassing and walk away. When the bully continued his provocation, Casey did what was necessary but no more. He could have been more vengeful when his attacker was down but realizing the matter was solved, he walked away.

    My father taught me to stand up for myself. That is all that Casey was doing. He tried “turning the other cheek.” Since that didn’t work, I believe God wants a man (or a young man) to be what He made us to be. MEN! This was a day of victory for Casey that will carry him into manhood. His dad can be proud!

  • Anonymous

    How do you know Casey hasnt already walked away a hundred times? How many times do you have to walk away before the “authorities” actually do something about it? There comes a point in time where enough is enough..

  • GoodforCasey

    Kid got what was coming to him! He should have been body slammed…I bet Casey gets some respect from now on.
    Good to hear that at least both kids got suspended. Casey should be let back in school and that little snot of a bully should get a two week suspension. That little snot should have to wear a shirt that says “I’m a bully and I got what is deserved”…make it hot pink and make him wear it for a month!

  • Goodforcasey

    Your an Idiot!
    Not the place to voice your anti-America ignorant rhetoric!
    Maybe the United Nations should solve the problem….moron!

  • fusillijerry

    Remember kids: Don’t fight the bully or you will go to jail.

  • fusillijerry

    You’re right. The twerp slugging Casey thought the big kid had his back. I was wondering how the big kid was involved, but him thinking twice after after Casey turned out to be the Anti-bully Avenger is a good explanation. Casey was set up by two cowards.

    I’m pretty sure that once his parents see this clip he won’t be grounded.

  • mlb

    The bully clearly had a broken, if not fractured shin from that drop and it was obvious that Casey wasn’t exactly thinking of where the little creep was going to land- other than the ground. I couldn’t tell if that was a teacher who came up behind them and said soooo meekly “boys stop..” she clearly wasn’t about to step in, useless. Casey has a great video in his defense, I doubt criminal charges will ensue -unless they come from the bully’s parents. Any judge who rules in the bullies favor will be sending a message that bullying is okay- unfortunately this school apparently had no problem with it. Probably thought the fight was unfair because Casey was twice his size.

  • anton

    “So if there is a next time, just tell him it’s not your fault he is so short & scrawny and walk away!”

    You really think this would stop the bullying? And no, if you beat them down they don’t come back for more.

  • Mskolozynski

    QUOTE: “I’m thinking he (bully) is lucky he didn’t get a follow on beating/stomping and got away with just being slamed.”
    ———–
    Then Casey would have been legally wrong, as the bully was no longer a threat.

  • Anonymous

    I would have picked the little pink and threw him down once more then did a body splash on his head for good measure the little punk!

  • Anonymous

    As soon as the fake tough kid threw the first punch then the other kid had every right to defend himself. I applaud the kid for body slamming the cowardly punk into the ground. Maybe he will learn that you do not start stuff that you cannot finish.

    As soon as the next sister-wife has another son, I am naming him Casey Body-Slam Magic_Pants.

  • Jerrycares

    Too bad for the little pissant, I guess he won’t be punching him in the face any longer. Nice limp you got there, twit. Your parents should have done that to him long ago, so I guess maybe he finally Gets it. Loved his dodge and weave like a real boxer–just before he hit the ground good and hard.

    This should be a training video for all kids who are being bullied.

  • Pialt

    Are you kidding me??? I will put money on Casey having put up with this crap for YEARS. Cool thing is that the little twerp will have NO cred anymore – even 6 year old girls will know he is the little shit that got slammed by Casey. And rightly so. School has to do the PC thing, but every kid in the world that is /has/ will be bullied is screaming Caseys name. Please get a clue.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000568226511 Alex Tsushko

    Good job! Knock his socks off!!!! Parents start listening to what your kids are telling you at home, and if your kid is the bully talk to him before someone knocks out.

  • Pialt

    Rudy, it’s not about you this time; your Fox News/ Rush Limbargh/ Glen Beck ranting is tiresome. Focus, grasshopper, focus…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000568226511 Alex Tsushko

    Im sorry to that happened to your son, next time take the matter in to your hands. The school board and teachers don’t care about our kids brothers and sisters. All they care is to get a paycheck twice and month

  • Pandaluvr2

    Anton,
    What I meant was to beat them at their own game. They have insecurities, that is why they bully others. They are trying to make up for what they lack. He lacked strength & height. I am sure he doesn’t feel comfortable in his own body. He has little man syndrome. Bring his faults to his attention and others attention and he’ll lay off hopefully. It’s hard to explain. Also hard to understand if you haven’t been through it personally.

  • Lori M

    Good idea Keith!! We need some dad’s to get involved and teach the bullies to be gentlemen and the victims how to protect themselves.

  • Missi

    This is why kids go nuts and go off at school, if the authorities don’t handle it justly eventually the kids being bullied will and sometimes it can be really bad! Everyone has the right to be protected and feel safe at school this is crazy!

  • SkinnymanCalifornia

    In my sophmore year in high school (USA) we had to seniors (last year high school) who were in a woodworking class.

    They constantly would pick on one or another sophmore each day. I warned them that one day one of them wouldn’t come to school and that on that day the other one would pay.

    Well that day came and we took the one senior in the back room and beat him black and blue – no permanent injuries except to their pride.

    They never laid a hand on another sophmore. Bullies only understand physical retribution.

  • Noel

    Yes Keith you 100% right and when you kick the shit out of the punks father for raising that punk, give him a extra wack from all caseys supporters

  • Noel

    Yes casey should of stood on top of the rail and jumped on the punk like the wrestlers do..the punk kid wouldnt of worried about his little ankle then…

  • Noel

    Go Rick,, thats right,, he didnt think you would remember 20 years later….but you didnt forget……

  • Noel

    Walk Away,,, what alot of bullshit,, walk away.. poor casey has no doubt walked away on several occasions i would say… this time caseys says to the so called tough punk “F….K you pal you are about to be driven into the concrete”……Walk Away .. Crap…..

  • Jan Smink from Holland

    It wouldn’t surprise me when that bully was de director’s son.

  • Noel

    Well put Liamagguuuuuitcher,,,, i will even supply the cake and hammer….(may have to get that little punk with the sore ankle onto you for having such a long nickname on here though} …took me a while to type it..

  • Sean

    I also think, not only should the bully get his ass beaten, the boy video typing this occurance should be suspended as well as the bully. Who would ever think I am going to video tape my friend punching a fat kid in the face. Hmmmm explains alot about the raising of that kid as well. I believe in an eye for an eye, or a slam dunk LOL little panzy he went and cried to the principle. He should get a slap for that as well.

  • Jazzmuzik7

    when he comes back from his punishment, he should receive a medal, a trophe, and a nomination for class president !!!!! i love that kid !!!

  • Jazzmuzik7

    when he comes back from his punishment, he should receive a medal, a trophe, and a nomination for class president !!!!! i love that kid !!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JEAYJX7UO4JESM5JSUFB5VXWT4 Karen Lewis

    My son was at a friend’s party and two kids were picking on him. He got them both in a choke hold. Luckily we can laugh about it because some grown-up finally paid attention and made him let go of them. They did it again and he got them again. The grown-ups are supposed to be chaperoning the event, not making googly eyes at each other.

  • wiseone

    I just got to say, you are one dumb fck. You obviously grew up extremely sheltered if you think that was excessive. Also, america didnt nuke any muslim countries. Anyways even if they did that would be a terrible analogy. I hope that you dont have kids one day for they will surely be lacking in the skull.

  • MamaBear

    The mother of the bully was quoted as saying that she teaches her kids to walk away from violence. Typical blinded parent.

  • Dr D

    it actually is a very astute comment. It’s the PC idiots and the “violence is never the answer” who are the same dolts who drive cars with stickers that say, “war is not the answer”…Bullies-and that is what Kadaffi is-are cowards. “War is not the answer”. Really? How do you stop Hitler? By sending him poems? No-it was war. When Obama (the biggest pussy) said, “Kadaffi must go”, Kadaffi having been bombed by Reagen started to negotiate a departure-until he realized that Obama was simply voicing empty words and wishes. Once the “bully” realized there would be no consequences he decided, “time to kill a lot of people”.

    About the “violence is never the answer”-apparently it was the answer in this case. As a person who has been attacked and successfully defended myself on about 12 occassions-I can tell you that you meet force with excessive force and end it….Seems our young friend here has figured that out.

    When do you think you, Obama and the PC police will figure it out????

  • Dr D

    it actually is a very astute comment. It’s the PC idiots and the “violence is never the answer” who are the same dolts who drive cars with stickers that say, “war is not the answer”…Bullies-and that is what Kadaffi is-are cowards. “War is not the answer”. Really? How do you stop Hitler? By sending him poems? No-it was war. When Obama (the biggest pussy) said, “Kadaffi must go”, Kadaffi having been bombed by Reagen started to negotiate a departure-until he realized that Obama was simply voicing empty words and wishes. Once the “bully” realized there would be no consequences he decided, “time to kill a lot of people”.

    About the “violence is never the answer”-apparently it was the answer in this case. As a person who has been attacked and successfully defended myself on about 12 occassions-I can tell you that you meet force with excessive force and end it….Seems our young friend here has figured that out.

    When do you think you, Obama and the PC police will figure it out????

  • Jim

    I say bravo to Casey and thumbs up for that amaziing display of self-control. I have to admit he’s a much better person than I as I would have taken the time to kick the shit out of that little punk once I had him on the ground. No doubt the parents of that little turd are at this moment trying to figure a way to get compensation for the asswhooping inflicted on their little darling, which mean some f****ng lawyer is already laying out the paperwork and seeing dollar signs. If that turns out to be the case, then I’ll be sure to contribute whatever I can to the defense fund.

    Jim
    Puerto Rico

  • Matt

    Absolutely right. I was a victim all the way through school. You can’t walk away, because the bullies who aren’t as bold become more emboldened by your submissive behavior. Think of pack animals, or mob behavior. The little guy, needing to prove himself, steps up to the big submissive kid who always walks away. Where is the threat? He’s just going to get hit a few times then walk away again, right? Other wanna be bullies see that big kid back down from a scrawny little punk will then think to themselves, wow, if that litle runt can pick on im, so can I. and the cycle continues until every time Casey walks by someone, he gets a free smack to the face or as I got while in highschool, a rap on the top of the head by a class ring.

    So what does fighting back get you? At the minimum, a reprieve from other potential bullies, but possibly a reassessment by other previous bullies who now will want to re-establish their “superiority.” Casey was right to fight back, to stop that one bully and give pause to all other potential bullies, but he may have to continue to fight back. With his new found fame, that may now be an easier prospect for not only Casey, but a whole host of other victims that can see the support and the results of making the decision to to fight back.

  • Alexbmm

    I agree with Sean, first of all that guy broke a policy by bringing the camera to school, second video taping a fight with out informing the staff, that’s whole 10 years in prison! Casey should have slammed some sense in to those punks, im very supersized that the kid is still alive not dead!

  • Jo

    This reminds me of a horrible incident years ago where a woman fought against her rapist using self defence skills and successfully put him to the ground. She was then charged for assault.

    It’s terrible that when people successfully protect themselves, they’re the ones punished.

  • dm

    Just let me tell you this…if there had been no video of the event…the bully’s dad (and anyone else) could have accused Casey of being the instigator, since “obviously” he was the bigger kid, and the smaller runt “wouldn’t” have done anything to him. Hah! I hope someone else comes along and beats the crap out of this little sh*t!!!

  • AGainstBullying

    This happens so often! The manipulative bullies and their bystandards.. when the victims actually react they get punished, why should he face criminal charges, what he did was not great but he was acting in self-defense… He was being humiliated infront of a camera, who knows what else these kids were doing to casey off camera.. The bullies and bystandards always come together and will say its the victims fault.
    A friend of mine was bullied then he finally hit back, and he gets suspended and he gets labelled the troublemaker! This is teachers and principals that make this judgement! If it is to change it has to be educated from teachers to students to workers!

  • dm

    If this thing does go to court, I am sure that Casey will be able to get a good lawyer. And let me know…I’d be happy to donate a little cash to help out. And by the way…where were all the teachers! Huh all you liberals! What about it Obama! This is what you all are trying to push forward; no bullying in school. A lotta good that’s doing. This kid defended himself from a little piss-ant punk.

  • Mothership

    I am an australian living in an old USSR country. This video has been shown all over as an example of the Unfairness of Western Systems……Why dont you put the name of the school on the internet so everyone can know what Cretin is in charge of our younger generations education…..Shame, Shame Shame to the school. I bet the pretty footwork of the bully is a bit slower now!

  • TiMmO

    its a shame the dumb as bully didnt know the kids would snap.
    people can only take so much shit before snapping.
    heck look at all the high school massacres thats was the result of people bullying.
    the bully should have been more punished

  • Thegfxkitchen

    The only problem with dealing with a bully is it can often have the opposite effect to what most people report. I once set about beating up the toughest guy in school. Suffice to say after that alot more people wanted a crack. People see you as a measuring tool and want to square-dance with the “tough kid”

    Times change though, I’m only 22 but even then attitudes were different. I recall a kid down the street giving me some trouble at school with his friends. So my dad invited his parents and him to one of our BBQ’s and told me to give him a taste when he had no mates with him. Problem solved. He knew if he pissed about in school I’d see him afterwards. I wouldn’t say I was bullied though, I don’t like that word. If someone says or does something and you respond, that’s not being bullied. It’s when you allow it to happen that you’re a victim of bullying. Imo.

    These days I’m unsure though. It’s okay as parents to condone this and that. And morally I have no issue, but it’s a different playing field than it was. Destroy some kids ego and you’re liable to get knifed up depending on the school and location.

    I guess it depends what type of school your kids in. Fine if you’re middle class, but I wouldn’t want my kids bringing attention on themselves at the local schools. Then again I don’t intend to send them there haha

    So I’m conflicted on the issue, good on the kid still, but be careful what you tell your kids. Have a look at the type of situation they could get in. Times have changed. Fists are outdated

  • T_payn

    i have tought my kids self defense and also enrolled them in to MMA because of the hole bullying bull sh** at there school my oldest son got jump with in the school (washroom) by 3 kids and my son had no choice but to stand up for him self one of them was sent to hospital and the other 2 had to find a new school because they were kicked off the property

  • Molly

    ok so whilst I agree that the “larger” child named Casey should not have been suspended and his tormentor was given a lenient punishment from the authorities, he has infact also been suspended from school. Casey got 4 days suspension, The tormentor got 22 days suspension.

  • Mdecristo

    Casey brought back memories of my Son 45 yrs ago.He was pushed off the curb,pushed down the stairs and came home one day with the pocket slashed off his jacket.He begged me not to go the Principals office.He said “Mother they will kill me”.It took me many years to get over being predudice.

  • Eastercat

    Newton’s third law: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction…….
    That little punk had it coming. I am a mother of 3. My eldest is a 12yr old boy, 65kg and 175cm tall. One would think he would be free of bullying bcoz of his size, sporting ability and academic achievements, sadly this is not the case. After moving schools twice, countless emails, letters, meetings, ripped uniforms, blood noses, nervous breakdowns, “just walk away” and “be assertive” pep talks etc I finally let his father revert back to our neanderthal roots. Especially after having teachers tell us off the record that there was F#*k all they could do about it!!
    Having been a victim of bullying myself, I fought tooth and nail to help my son in accordance with policy and the law, all the while knowing deep down that the only way to trully help him was to teach him to defend himself, as I and my husband had to do at his age when faced with bullying.
    Thankfully he hasn’t had to use what we taught him to the full extent. A shove, getting up in the bully’s grill and not backing off seems to have worked, at the end of the day they are cowards themselves and are probably enduring bullying at home.
    Getting suspended, expelled or sued are small prices to pay in comparison to my son’s life. No child should ever think that suicide is the only way out of being bullied, so good on you Casey, I reckon you’ve done much more than put a bully in his place.
    Would be nice to see the parents, policy makers and politicians make a start on dealing with these issues before another child thinks that the only way out is to kill the bully or heaven forbid, themselves.

  • Sarrell

    The video clearly shows the bully hitting him…He should have been suspended too. WAY TO GO CASEY !!!!!!

  • Jodynh

    Several years ago, my kids were being bullied by a boy who weighed more than my two combined. In fact, he weighed more than I did by about ten pounds. A talk with his mother did no good. She had told him that he was hurting people, but that just told him he was getting what he wanted — to hurt people. The next time my children came home crying because the bully had pushed them down, I told them to come with me while I talked to the little monster. I looked him right in the eye and told him that I wasn’t afraid of him. I said, “Your size didn’t matter at all to someone who knows how to take you down.. I took judo and karate in college, and I have thrown a 230 lb. man over my shoulder. Because he was my friend, I didn’t kick his face in when he got back up. Every bully I’ve ever known has eventually picked the wrong victim. The lucky ones lived, but they ended up living behind bars like animals in the zoo. If you don’t want to end up like that, you’d better change your ways NOW.” My kids thought it was hilarious that the bully was afraid of their mom, and he left them alone after that.

  • Abcedef

    I bet he doesn’t get picked on anymore, a similar situation happened to me in 5th grade. Picking a kid up by the throat and throwing them over a lunch table in front of the entire class set me up for life. Generally just one public display of “don’t fuck with that kid or he’ll kill you” is quite effective.

  • dm

    A lawsuit needs to be brought up against the school and its administrators. it’s like…they too hear the bell ring and school’s over, as well as any /all of their responsibilities. thank God Casey has a strong chin. It’s clear the little shit instigated THE ATTACK; first with a clear punch to the face, and then another to the body. What was case supposed to do? Turn away and get attacked with his back turned…I DON’T THINK SO. And with the aggressive stance this little crap took, I am with sure that if Casey did curl up in a ball, as a coward would have, he would have been kicked at least a couple of times.

  • Jesus

    I cannot believe what I am hearing here, violence is never the answer, why is it you americans always think that the only way to solve a problem is to attack someone.
    I thought that with your new president you would have figured out the bast way to handle an agressor is to turn the other cheek, after all isnt that what you cristians preach

  • Bballhandles23

    Haha The footwork comment made me laugh very hard. And its sad the little kid squared up and put all effort into that punch and it didnt even effect that Casey individual.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LWPHZXJNT4SSWAHQHPNJQ7EWFI Me

    Hey Jesus, what does Christian have to do with anything? They were video taping that fight to further harrass Casey. How much hitting does Casey have to take? As for our President, I am sure if America was attacked he would retaliate, he would not turn the other cheek.

  • Ma_garza

    That little punk was the final straw for Casey. How many times is Casey supposed to walk away? The bullying would probably escalate. Defending oneself is about taking a stand and putting a stop to abuse. It’s better to see Casey retaliate instead of resorting to committing suicide because the tormenting becomes unbearable.

  • JB

    This shows how public schools only reward to week and incompetent. The bully should have been punished! If Casey would have been black, I bet the table would have been turn!
    Casey, I support your actions and the bully disserved more of a beaten! Casey, there will always be a little man, “napolean syndrome” but remember that strong is the one who is standing last!

  • Jmelyn45

    me too!!

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  • GuestX

    Excellent post.

  • Gandd68

    i believe that casey is in the right for hitting back. why should he have to put up with being bullied? it doesnt matter on what age/size the bully is. a bully is a bully n a coward. all bullys deserve a taste of their own medicine. well CASEY x . bet your parents are PROUD of you. i know i would be. good luck with your future and be happy xx

  • Guest

    Casey showed remarkable restraint.If I was his parent I would be proud.He only did enough to send a message of enough is enough then walked away.The bully’s parents should be disgusted with such shameful behaviour.

  • Noel

    That punk scrawney bully was jumping around like Jeff Fenech (or should i say attempting to) then casey body slams the punk into the concrete….i like the look on his face as he hobbles away..Mummmmyyyy Mummmmmmyyyy that bad boy hit me Mummmmmmyyyyyyy

  • Noel

    Good on Casey… No child should EVER have to go to school worried about being bullied,,,,,,,

  • himes

    tell your son that the next time that lil sh*t messes with him i got his back thats bullsh*t Ive been tormented for 9 years and it finally stopped this year but it changed me a lot its a load of sh*t and if the brat hits him again tell your son to take the bat and beat his b*tch ass

  • Jghytfvg

    At our school we have a rule that if someone hits you 3 times without any retaliation you are allowed to hit them Back in self defense. Too bad they don’t have anything like that in Australia

  • Smroper31

    Yeh Casey! Little shit got what he deserved.

  • Sprat

    Jesus – Did you even watch the video? Would it have been better had Casey just stood there and got the crap beat out of him, given his attacker a hug, and then told him that he still loves him? Have you ever been attacked yourself?

    Turning the other cheek does nothing more than turn the victim on himself, lowering his own self-esteem, and diminishing the respect that others have for him. I was taught (and practiced) this as a child… and the bullying only got worse. If I had to do it all over again, I would do exactly as Casey did.

    A bully bullies because they seek to exploit the weakness of others. Show no weakness, stand your ground, and defend your territory. This is the only way to stop a bully.

    Your response makes you sound like a bleeding-heart looney-toon.

  • MaxiRoni

    Are you kidding me????? The mother wants an apology! I bet “Richard the Rat” could care less about an apology. It’s the mother’s pride that hurts more than the body slam her son took. Give him some Motrin.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=684125632 Aaron Harmon

    Violence is often the only solution to violence. I was big and I was bullied for year. It only stopped when I started fighting back. if you turn the other cheek, he strikes that one, and also tells his friends what fun it is.

  • Kurt

    The bully deserved to be punished and the principal should be fired.

  • http://www.facebook.com/subterraneancinema Don Alex

    Casey ROCKS! But please get the facts right, Casey was suspended for a few days, and little Ritchard was suspended for weeks. That’s the truth. With that said, long live Casey, ruler of Australia!! :-D

  • Revcdub

    Casey got 4 days suspension. If it were me, I would have demanded 6.

  • Rick891542

    I was bullied once by a kid when I was in the 6th grade. He tripped me outside at recess. When we were upstairs I picked him clean off the floor and threw him into a round table. He showed up the next day wearing an arm sling. That’s justice. You can’t reason with a bully. The only way they way up is with brute force. They hit you once hard, you hit them twice-harder. This guy never even so much as looked at me since because he just didn’t know what I was capable of. That bully learned never to bully anyone again, not just me. So, kicking he sh-t out of a bully is in fact doing the community a service. Then I felt like beating on his dad cause let’s face it, it starts with the father or older brother.

  • Rick891542

    I was bullied once by a kid when I was in the 6th grade. He tripped me outside at recess. When we were upstairs I picked him clean off the floor and threw him into a round table. He showed up the next day wearing an arm sling. That’s justice. You can’t reason with a bully. The only way they way up is with brute force. They hit you once hard, you hit them twice-harder. This guy never even so much as looked at me since because he just didn’t know what I was capable of. That bully learned never to bully anyone again, not just me. So, kicking he sh-t out of a bully is in fact doing the community a service. Then I felt like beating on his dad cause let’s face it, it starts with the father or older brother.

  • Life

    Jesus turned the other check. God had rath ask sodom and gomora (sp) So read more and learn that we are human not God. Casey is a hero !

  • Life

    Jesus turned the other check. God had rath ask sodom and gomora (sp) So read more and learn that we are human not God. Casey is a hero !

  • RBA

    Last time I checked, Casey is from Austrailia….guess they like a completetly justified ass kicking too!!

  • poster

    is the writer that dumb? the opening of the clip clearly shows the smaller kid striking the bigger one in the face. after that its on, self defense all the way. he is entitled to defend himself and he clearly did so. criminal charges my ass, if anyone is facing them its the idiot starting it. if the police/sity etc file charges, the file them right back, they would bi fired in most places, this is clearly self defense. Once struck you can defend yourself period. school grounds or not. and actually the school might be in violation by suspending him when clearly he defends himself, as is is right under the law, which school rules cannot superseed.

  • fox d. storey

    WELL JESUS, WHEN I WAS A KID, I WAS A FOREIGNER AND SMALLER THAN CASEY. A GUY BIGGER THAN CASEY PICKED ON ME VICIOUSLY ON A REGULAR BASIS. TO ADD INSULT TO INJURY OTHERS WOULD JOIN IN TOO. I FOUGHT THE BIG KID AND CHOKED HIM OUT. I ALMOST KILLED HIM. I WAS LEFT ALONE AFTER THAT. SO TURN THE OTHER CHEEK WOULD HAVE GOTTEN YOU SLAPPED IN THE BACK OF YOUR HEAD AND PUNKED!!

  • Anonymous

    Unbelievable! The world has gone completely bonkers! It’s the same with some of those “zero tolerance” school stories.

  • Duggadugga

    You say to read, but cannot even spell. Contradictory? Perhaps.

  • Rixmbx

    I like the kid who was supposed to be the little bully turd’s backup! At the end, after Casey slams him, the back-up starts to go after Casey, but is intercepted by, get this…a GIRL!!!!
    YES, that is a GIRL who steps in between Casey and the bully turd’s backup!!!!
    TOO FUNNY!!!!
    THAT girl should ALSO get a medal!!!

  • Control Freaks

    That was just down-right COOL! Too bad Casey didn’t stick around to see what that scrawny punk’s next move would have been. I would have loved to have seen Casey body-slam that butt-nugget again!

  • Terry

    (TiMmo) I cannot comprehend your comment about what the ‘shame is’ that the bully got some small angst back for his torment. He shoulda got 10 times that whippin ….

  • Jorge

    GREAT STORY!!!
    You should be a writer!

  • bt

    Body slamming a kid on the pavement? He’s lucky he isn’t dead with his skull split in two. Both kids deserve punishment.

  • Spiritofvincennes

    You call someone else dumb? You are dumb when it comes to the law. Self defence is defending yourself with reasonable measures; not using deadly force if your life is not in danger. They will both be charged with assault and battery. Casey’s charge with be worse Assault & battery causing bodily injury with a deadly weapon (the concrete).

  • Spiritofvincennes

    Proud for practically killing a kid a third his size. I hope you arn’t a parent.

  • Spiritofvincennes

    Especially if you try to kill them instead of just defending yourself.

  • send casey to jail

    Using deadly force when you yourself are in no fear of losing your life has never been determined as self defence.

  • John’s Stupid

    Actually the 12 year old boy had a fractured leg. (that means it was broken and it was obvious by the video that it was more than a scraped knee. DUH

  • Spiritofvincennes

    Why did a big 16 year old Casey let a puny 12 year old that can’t even throw a decent punch PUNK him everyday. I’m gonna send my big 10 year old in there to kick Casey’s butt.

  • Spiritofvincennes

    So he has a battered face and an xray that says the legs broken but you think he’s faking it?

  • Spiritofvincennes

    Kill himself? Now that would have been really stupid. He is 16; the little guy is 12. All he had to do was hit him good once and it would have been over.

  • JUSTICE

    FUCK THAT KID THE AGRESSOR I FOUND HIM AND I WILL KILL HIM

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/ZP5C7HQX5YKASGA4LE2ZHXZIRQ Philip

    Spiritofvincennes…..is that Greek for “opinion without thought?”

  • http://twitter.com/wowvillians WoW Villains

    Thank fully it was caught on tape. A clear case of complete self defense on Casey’s part. The boy hit him once, then again, then attempted another time. No court or justice system in the world can possibly expect anyone to allow a third strike to fall on them. And the best part is… he didn’t even hit the kid! He grabbed him to stop the strike, lifted him off the ground, and gravity was the guilty party that took the punk down! Freakin hilarious watchin’ the lil’ booger limp around all jacked up! I know, I know, ‘violence doesn’t solve anything,’ well… I bet this bully is done! And in the words of Drew Carey, “Don’t tell me ‘violence doesn’t solve anything! World War I, World War II, Star Wars, and the Super Bowl!”

    Bullying is wrong!

    Not being allowed to defend ourselves, facing punishment for our most basic human right; survival without injury, or being forced to be the victim while waiting for an Official to protect us… that is the greater wrong!

  • Cottonsince85

    he should receive an apology from the school for having been put in that situation in the first place

  • Pastormikeb68

    Casey turned the other cheek…twice. Self-righteous christian-hater…

  • Michlambert

    awful incident, including most of the comments

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GFNDO2LV35WEEJZRZPQJ343VSI Phil

    “Reacting” doesn’t work if the bully is twice your size and/or you are being bullied by a gang. That’s what happened to me for years. No teachers, no parents ever intervened despite by pleas.

    On the video itself: I’d say it’s fake. No kid half his size is going to pick on that huge Casey for very long. Boys are good at faking violence for a laugh.

  • Havi

    Party A commits assault and battery on Party B. Party B is left with no choice but to execute self-defense by neutralizing the threat. Party A, is neutralized and Party B, after defending himself, does not execute any further defensive moves and continues on his journey that had been interrupted when he was assaulted by Party A. The entire exchange is recorded on video.

    Party B, exercising his freedom of self-defense when faced with no other option, is suspended? Huh? So he should have simply stood there as a human punching bag?…..Can someone explain what I am missing here? Have I been wrong in thinking that when words cease and actions follow…such as violent actions, the perpetrator has just given me permission to respond likewise only up to the point of neutralizing the threat?…ok…lets test this….if Party B had been the perpetrator rather than merely victim…what kind of punishment would he have received?…the same that he received in this case as victim….I rest my case.

  • Jcbackfist

    you are a statistic if you are not willing to defend yourself. Casey won’t be bothered by that stupid kid again. You are a fool

  • Lkj

    The little p*ssy Dick Gale (lmfao…sounds like a little biotch in a c*ck sucking contest) didn’t get what he had coming. His “jackal” buddy saves his ass. Best part of him ran down his worthless mothers leg.

    I wish the little p*ssy lived here in america, we got a kid just like him on the street, he’s so f*cked up he and his buddy’s are getting thier asses beat by the adults on the street…lol and the cops look the other way every time cause he and his buddy’s are such f*ckups. His worthless mommy is moving out, he’s had his 18th birthday, now he can’t walk down his own street. It’s great after all the years of sh*t he caused the street as a minor.

    Casey Heynes, you now live as a lion my friend. Once and a while in your life you will have to back down because of sheer numbers. Just go your way for the time being, them look them up one at a time. Notice how even the biggest “jackal” would act like he was going to do something but feared to touch you.

    I always went to thier home when I knew they were alone, knocked and politely asked them to put thier shoes on and come outside.

    This worked for me everytime, and I’m old now. You can ask the 20 something steroid moster next door to me who thought he was the alpha, he “Sir’s” me now. Or the guy 30′s or so, across the street that thought it might be funny or intimidate me to point a handgun at me. I caught him in his garage, he’s now my biotch. never raises his eyes to me.

    Best of fortune Casey, don’t get a big head, just do what you have to do. Expect nothing but what happens in a fight & You’ll do just fine.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GFNDO2LV35WEEJZRZPQJ343VSI Phil

    Attitudes to these kinds of social issues in Australia seem to be similar to those in the US. If anything, Australians are even more “think of the children” PC obsessed than Americans. This means children are to be preciously bubble wrapped and body guarded until they are 18yo, are tabula rasa and are not supposed to show any primal urges whether violent, sexual or anything else. It’s true the culture is a bit less law suit happy than the US though and settlement figures are not as ridiculously huge.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GFNDO2LV35WEEJZRZPQJ343VSI Phil

    The schoolyard is and always was a violent, dangerous place where you can get systematically bullied over years, harassed, beaten, raped or even killed. I know I was damaged by the bullying I received – I still have big issues with trust. If I feel I am being bullied as an adult (adults bully by more subtle means) I react quite badly which can escalate the situation. CCTV is the answer at school but someone has to be watching. Punishments need to be decisive but corporal punishment only teaches kids that it’s ok to hit.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jerry.sexton1 Jerry Sexton

    What a stupid video. That little shrimp was no bully. The kid that was twice his size proved that. I was bullied in school, and the bullies were always the big kids.

  • Wdef200

    It’s this that made me think the video was staged at first. However I think it is genuine. I am wondering if Casey has done wrestling or someone had taught him how to do that slam. It seemed carefully precise to my untrained eyes – hard enough to disable the attacker but not hard or sloppy enough to kill him?

    Perhaps someone who knows wrestling or self-defense could comment on whether that is a trained slam?

  • UK_MAC

    Jesus, did you not watch the video closely?? Casey offered the bully a nice chat with milk and cookies, unfortunately the bully was a bit preoccupied with punching Casey in the face at the time and pretending he was Mike Tyson!! This is not a Christian, Muslim or Church of the Flying Spagetti Monster Religious issue, this kid had been bullied for years and fought back after taking this for a very long time .. Whether you like it or not.. sometimes you have to fight fire with fire as a LAST RESORT.. Casey did!! I pity your children if they ever get bullied.. you would probably head down the school to give the bullies sweets and thank them for testing your childrens patience. You really are a total numpty!!!!

  • Anonymous

    No matter how you dress it up, that bully had it coming.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GFNDO2LV35WEEJZRZPQJ343VSI Phil

    Another point: young boys don’t reason like adults (if you can say most adults “reason” much at all, that is!). We can and should teach kids to try to deal with conflict reasonably without violence. But in the end, the schoolyard is a vicious jungle, especially for boys. Ask any teacher – boys can be real animals. When reason fails, boys should be taught how to fight back decisively. And learning not to pick on someone bigger or stronger than you is an important lesson for any boy.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GFNDO2LV35WEEJZRZPQJ343VSI Phil

    Generally true that bullies tend to be big, yes. But big fat dumb kids can be the target of much ridicule. But only until they fight back so I wouldn’t have thought it would last long.

    Then there are the cowardly shrimps who love to join the pack once they catch the scent of blood because they could never initiate the bullying on their own. Pack aggression doesn’t need big bullies – only a number of them. This little shrimp was backed up and egged on by the pack.

  • tallanh

    When I was in school, I walked away maybe 50 times. The only thing that walking away did was it assured that within a few days, I would be walking away again. I retaliated once. I never had another problem.

  • Dlong

    I live with a female Teacher. The Girls a far more vicious and it continues thruout thier academic and professional lives, alot of time in thier personal life. Boys will just eventually fight whatever the dispute. So what, welcome to the world. Sounds like something a world leader would do eh ?

    You got alot to learn about women. I hope you don’t do it the hard way.

    The next time a woman say’s they should rule the world, ask them if it would be just like they acted toward each other on the playground in grade school, or would it be more like they treated each other in high school hallways and bathrooms, or is it going to be the love fest they exibit daily at work with one another.

    You will never hear a man come home from his job crying or angry that some other man is ” trying to destroy him”. But you might hear him say, ” if that guy keeps F’n with me I’m gonna beat his ass”.

    Wake up, before its too late.

  • nobody famous

    As a kid your only option is to fight back, unfortunately that will make you a bigger target in the future. I was admonished many times for defending myself, eventually being excluded from school. I left a trail of battered casuals in my wake..

  • Harry B_Water

    So now we see the true colors of school administrators. Yeah right, you cannot defend yourself in their perfect Utopian world. You have to suck up abuse so they can maintain their grand illusions of the perfect world.

    The little bastard slammed into the ground got exactly what he deserved. His parents are screwed up for defending the little fart and need to be sued for foisting their little twit on society. As for the administrator, he needs to be trussed up and used as a punching bag for bullies. Bet he would change his tune then.

  • http://twitter.com/gorash aaaaaaaaa

    That little kid was an idiot, he totally deserved it. I don’t care if his internal organs exploded or his brain was damaged.

  • BrainStorm

    What, are you stupid? First, what does the president have to do with anything in this situation? Second, at first he did did turn the other cheek and did not fight back. But do you just sit by an let someone beat you to a bloody pulp, while you purn the other cheek and pray for their soul? Get your bible out of your a$$. That little punk deserved to get a lot more than he got. The school should NOT have suspended him either. But they should be holding educational meetings with all the kids at the school. And a way for the kids to report when another is being bullied anonymously. People need to take responcibilty for their actions, That punk should have really gotten hammered.

  • Gailpage54

    Which European country that was conquered by the Germans or Russians are you from ?

  • Collison3

    Loved it,Nice one Casey

  • xxxPushXXX

    If your stupid enough to pick a fight with someone. Your stupid enough to get yourself owned. Its really great that the bully did not have anything happen to him as a result of this. If I were the parents of Casey I would ask the schools if its ok to be a bully now days? And if its ok to pick on teachers to? Im glad im out of school.)

  • http://www.facebook.com/aris.katsaris Aris Katsaris

    You’re the sort of person that enables the existence of bullies.

    It was *extremely* right that Casey did this — this bully will think twice before bullying other people again. Casey not only prevented his own further bullying, but he has also probably significantly improved the lives of a number of other kids that would also be getting bullied.

    “look where it got him! ”

    It got him rid of the bully. If back in highschool I knew I could trade away 3 years of bullying by accepting 4 days of suspension, I would have done it in a heartbeat.

    (and to the idiots who blame “feminized” liberals for being soft on bullies, I’m a liberal who has also enjoyed watching “Powerpuff girls” and “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic”, and I’d give Casey a medal for what he did)

  • http://www.facebook.com/aris.katsaris Aris Katsaris

    same here

  • http://www.facebook.com/aris.katsaris Aris Katsaris

    Harmlessly, you moron? Punches to the face is harmless? Humiliation is harmless? Daily bullying is harmless?

    I wish people like you could actually experience emotion enough, to be able of atleast conceiving what daily suffering multiplied by years is really like.

    We all can understand why you support the bully — because you are or were one yourself. Only bullies could ever be stupid enough to think bullying to be harmless.

  • Jim

    I will be happy to purchase two of the ‘Don’t F*ck with Casey” shirts
    for every kid involved in this incedent, including the girls, the camera guy
    the instigators, the turd that got slammed AND CASEY (especially Casey)
    if the School Administration will make them wear it for two weeks as punishment.

  • Nagman

    I’m a teacher in Australia, and I’ve gotta say most teachers I know support Casey. To all those saying teachers are at fault though.. what exactly should they do in that situation? It is nigh on impossible to expel kids anymore as politicians have put so many conditions because they wanna look like the education system is producing these productive graduates who finish year 12.
    Should teachers be at every corner of the school monitoring everything the kids do? I didn’t become a teacher to be a police officer, nor to be an animal trainer, nor a child minder. I did it because I want to teach my subject and hopefully engage students. Many times when teachers do something the parents support their little darlings and blame it on everything but themselves, who are, in the main at fault for raising the little shits, because they have abbrogated their duties to the TV and computer games. Most kids are actually quite decent and nice students, but in every group of 25, it only takes 1 or 2 to create a bad seed. Individiually 99% of students are nice, but in a group they become little terrors, because they are trying to prove to everyone that they are “cool”.
    The suspension does seem harsh but you can imagine the parents of the little turd using it in court if they sue the school saying that the school did nothing when an older and bigger kid broke their precious darlings ankle.
    The ideal solution would be for others to intervene when they see bullying, but how many of you (including myself) actually would have at that age?

  • Mrl9

    Here is a way better version.

    http://img854.imageshack.us/i/7y1.mp4/

  • Grandroyal_1

    First off this took place in Australia. Second I’m not a good Christian, I will whip some ass. Third I bet Obama would have gave the bully a spinning pile driver.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Todorightortodogoodministries Guss Racava

    The system all over the world has become the supporter of EVIL….Isaiah 5 : 20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

  • Kwats

    Casey got punched in the face first, then repeatedly hit. He reacted in a way that I have told my own kids to react to a bully: A bully will continue to torment you until you give them a reason not to. You will probably get one chance to stand up to a bully, SO LAY HIM OUT. I would fully support Casey if he were my son. This is not the same as instigating fights, it is self defense. Is he supposed to stand there until the kid really hurt him?

  • http://www.dealhorizon.com JohnSharp

    In a non-school environment, “self-defense” would be one of the key considerations for how Casey should be treated. This is self-defense, pure and simple. Any parent who has taught their child to stand up to a bully knows how powerful and positive that lesson can be.

  • Neilm46

    That’s the Liberal way of seeing things. Don’t defend yourself, there is some other authority that will defend you. As if you’re awakened in the middle of the night with an armed intruder and the police will just be waiting outside to help. Another article: The behavior exibited by this young man should not be incouraged. He should have just walked away. Right! He looked pretty trapped to me, and scared!

  • Hassan53714

    Maybe he should hit him anyway. I used to be blamed for hitting my little brother just because he would cry and say that I did so, so i used to get punished, until I started hitting him every time he pretended when the faking stopped. If the bullied will get suspended for defending himself, might as well do some serious damage, so it’ll be an example to all bullies

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=756175900 Don Mathews

    Schools now treat the victim the same as they do the bully. If you defend yourself rather than running to a teacher you face the same charges as the person who hit you. This despite the fact that the supreme court has ruled that there is wiggle room in the nation’s no tolerance policy. It’s easier to get rid of both students than it is to figure out what happened. There was a case some years back where a student (Matthew Malloy) followed the policy against fighting back and the bully darn near killed him. He’s now suing the school district for quite a bit of money. Schools are victimizing children by teaching them that it’s better to be a victim than face the consequences for fighting back and I’ve often wondered how this will play out when one of these children faces an abduction. I’ve told my kids that we’ll face the consequences and that should anyone hit them that they have my permission to kick the living crap out of the individual. But I think it goes deeper than the school – I think it’s a money making scheme by the local govt. who charges both the victim and perpetrator of violence with assault – both pay 100′s in court fees and then 100′s more in “anger management” therapy – nice little way to generate income.

  • Outsource Congress

    Look no further than Wall Street and Congress for absolute proof of juvenile delinquents running the show.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=756175900 Don Mathews

    This isn’t about you or the hardships of teaching – this is about a policy that teaches children that it’s better to be a victim than to face the consequence of fighting back. This is about treating the victim the same as the bully because it’s easier to let the police deal with the situation than it is to figure out what happened. If the idea of not fighting back becomes ingrained in our children what happens when someone outside the school wants to make a victim out of your child? Likely he/she will have an easy time of it thanks to your school’s policy. So should there be a teacher or security guard monitoring everything kids do? YES!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=756175900 Don Mathews

    What an idiotic comment – it doesn’t matter the size of the person – if someone is hitting you for no reason they are a bully. Small kids can be just as strong and aggressive as big kids especially in situations where they think they can get away with it. Following your logic a 6ft student can’t be bullied if the one punching him is 5′ 5″ – does that really make sense to you?

  • Nynorsk

    Casey MUST be punished for not worshiping at the altar of non-violent conformity. A public whipping and three days in stockades would show others that this is a serious offence. A permanent lifetime ASBO needs to be issued for him. How dare Casey think he could act in such a way? If the powers that be do not destroy his life now, they may not get a chance later.

  • Vaughnland

    Unfortunately, that’s the only way to handle bullying in many cases. Just like going to jail, you need to hurt somebody and then nobody will bother you after that. If you’re not big enough to do it like this kid, the good old ski mask and baseball bat technique works when you can catch the bully alone, after school.

    That’s life.

  • Kemper

    Uhm.. the smaller boy received no discipline? Unless the video was edited, I see a couple of face punches and some gut punches. You think the bigger kid was going to outrun the little one?

    In my day, you were allowed to defend yourself, and the person who started it got the worst punishment. Both should have been suspended, the little one should be visited by the juvenile authorities.

  • Kouts

    What if I come up to you and stick you in one cheek and you turn the other cheek and I stick you again, then hit you with an uppercut to the stomach, knock you down and continue to kick the crap outta of you while my friends cheered me on… What do you do?

  • Blinkers

    The School was lucky it was finished this way and not with a gun.

  • Punks Owned by Casey

    To the Pnk Azz little bully and his friends: You are idiots to pick on a good natured guy that size. He finally had enough abuse and you got what you deserved. Be thankful he didn’t pile drive you head first.

    To the Pnk Azz parents and school administrators: You FAIL if you suspend Casey for responding to bullying and do nothing to the tormentors and their posse.

    To Casey: From the video, it’s clear to anyone with two brain cells that the Pnk Azz bully pushed and pushed. Never question what you did as being right. You have a right to defend yourself – no matter what the screwed up adults may tell you. That punk and his Pnk Azz posse had it coming. They were lucky that’s all you did. This is a good lesson for little thugs.

  • El

    Yeah, if he strikes you, turn the other cheek and let him strike you again. But if he strikes you a third time, beat the crap out of the little shit! Which is exactly what Casey did.

  • JimD

    I like how the little PUSSY in the white shirt backed down from the GIRL at the end.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bella-Donna/1192331356 Bella Donna

    Awesome! I could watch that little puke get his comeuppance ALL DAY LONG!

  • Big Sarg

    Yep it’s about time somebody put that little skinny pathetic excuse for a human in his place…..I hope the little bastard’s really hurt! Good going Casey don’t take that kind of crap from anyone…

  • Deemie

    He called me FAT, I called him an AMBULANCE

  • Cocodlicious

    Goes to show if your going to pick on someone make sure you can take em! The kid getting his ass kicked needed to be suspended not “chubbo”. The big guy was backed into a corner and hit several times before fighting back and when he did fight back he didn’t throw a single punch. If I were his parent I would kick that scrawny kids ass then do the same to his parents for raising such a punk. I know my family has my back and we all know I was raised right. If any of us came home with an issue like this the family worked together to resolve it. When your faced with several brothers at the same time things rarely come to violence and diplomacy is at its finest!

  • Jumbie

    The liberal way of seeing things? I consider myself very liberal. Punch me and see what happens! BTW, go back to your home schooling and learn how to spell.

  • Ladero74701

    Violence is NOT the answer? Yeah, and religion and The Bible is violence-free. What a crock of horse hockey. In an ideal world and idealistic world, that would be the case and it may have been when I grew up but I just wish I could have slammed a few asses to the concrete. I applaud this MAN for slamming that bully boy’s ass to the pavement. You can bet this wll make that bully boy think twice before being a jackass. Leave our President out of this. We’re not attacking your leaders so back off. Last, since you seem to not be Christian, EVERY religion is set to destroy those who don’t believe like they do. Just saying.

  • Mike87u

    Excellent job by the big kid.. I bet the runt will pick his fights a bit more carefully now so he does not get bodied slammed again– sounded like it just might have hurt. I think either neither should have been suspended or both, but certainly not the one only who defended himself.

  • TC LEARY

    Turning the cheek is good until the one that is hurting you destroys your cheek or attempts to. Then you blast him into the infinate unknown. Case closed!

  • Alcondean

    I was bullied much the same 35 years ago and with the same repercussions. I finally could not take it and defended myself to the point I was never bothered again. But, I did get a suspension for fighting in general. From that experience I have talk my children to never start a fight, but to always finish it.

  • Avenger

    And people wonder why Columbine happened.

  • Nagman

    The victim was not treated the same, not that I know the details but someone above said that casey got 4 days, the bully got 22. I agree that 4 is even too much, but, again I say that the school has to protect itself from being sued my some token gesture. In an ideal world the bully would be be expelled as 22 days suspension sounds like a lot of time in front of the playstation, however schools cannot act as they want due to regulations.
    The number of teachers / supervisors would need to be multipled many times to monitor as you say, which will come from your taxes and as a rule, the general populace people don’t want to pay it.
    I assume that you would also support your policy of constant monitoring to the general population as well, a cop on every street corner etc… I dont particularly want to live in a police state. As i said earlier 99% of kids are nice, they dont need to spend1/3 of their day being treated like inmates in a prison.
    In this particular case I have no problems with the response of the victim, however where do you draw the line at when to retaliate? When things have reached the point that Casey encountered? When a kid swears at another kid? When a kid gives a greasy to another kid?
    The police are the right people to deal with the situation, thats what they are paid for, to decide if a crime has been committed and act on their judgement, and let the courts decide if their judgement was correct. Teachers are not police, nor are they judges. If it was up to me, all schoolyard fights would be refered to the police and they would decide.(not only school fights btw, even fights on the sportsfield). Unfortunately I think your idea doesn’t lead to learning how to fight back as much as learning to fight, because the bullies will use and abuse it. They’ll goad the victim verbally into throwing the first punch and then retaliate and claim victim status. Not many people have the moral fortitude Casey has shown to ignore the verbal -and in this case- physical provocations.

  • Nagman

    The victim was not treated the same, not that I know the details but someone above said that casey got 4 days, the bully got 22. I agree that 4 is even too much, but, again I say that the school has to protect itself from being sued my some token gesture. In an ideal world the bully would be be expelled as 22 days suspension sounds like a lot of time in front of the playstation, however schools cannot act as they want due to regulations.
    The number of teachers / supervisors would need to be multipled many times to monitor as you say, which will come from your taxes and as a rule, the general populace people don’t want to pay it.
    I assume that you would also support your policy of constant monitoring to the general population as well, a cop on every street corner etc… I dont particularly want to live in a police state. As i said earlier 99% of kids are nice, they dont need to spend1/3 of their day being treated like inmates in a prison.
    In this particular case I have no problems with the response of the victim, however where do you draw the line at when to retaliate? When things have reached the point that Casey encountered? When a kid swears at another kid? When a kid gives a greasy to another kid?
    The police are the right people to deal with the situation, thats what they are paid for, to decide if a crime has been committed and act on their judgement, and let the courts decide if their judgement was correct. Teachers are not police, nor are they judges. If it was up to me, all schoolyard fights would be refered to the police and they would decide.(not only school fights btw, even fights on the sportsfield). Unfortunately I think your idea doesn’t lead to learning how to fight back as much as learning to fight, because the bullies will use and abuse it. They’ll goad the victim verbally into throwing the first punch and then retaliate and claim victim status. Not many people have the moral fortitude Casey has shown to ignore the verbal -and in this case- physical provocations.

  • Higginjd

    I think the little bully suffers from little man syndrome which his father may have looking at his size. I hope the bully ends up in a wheel chair.

  • Xxxx

    Are you serious???? Please tell me you went up to that school and raised holy hell, the audacity of them to label YOUR victim to the one who was swinging the friggin bat. They have got to be kidding me.

  • dingbat

    Never give a bully a second chance. That happened to me in 5th. grade, the big punk grabbed me for no reason and tried to squezze me as tight as he could. I smacked him in the jaw with the palm of my hand and in an instant, he let go. That’s the first and last time he messed with me. For those of you who think with the “Leave it to GOD” mentality are plain crazy. Here on earth, we do what we have to do to keep us safe from evil.

  • whatever

    would you please learn how to spell….for crying out loud. We americans do not always lean towards fighting, but when you bully someone, turning the other cheek only makes the situation worse, I know because I was bullied throughout my entire grade school years. NOTHING I did worked and ever day I was beat up and my lunch money was stolen and I was the one who was punished. I hated school because of that and it made me very prejudice against hispanics because of it. To this day I cannot stand those people. They are mean and very ignorant, all they know how to do is bully people and steal and cheat and manipulate. You can call me every name in the book and it won’t change the way I feel about them. I get really sick and tired of working my ass off every day to pay my way in this world only to have people like them steal it from me and the government lets it happen. I also get tired of listening to people say how we are all the same and how we should look out for one another….wtf, we are NOT all the same, we are all very different from one another. You say you want to look out for one another and then you end up screwing one another, what a laugh. This bully should be suspended for the rest of the year and Casey should be called a hero for kicking that punk’s ass. The parents of that punk should be sued as well.

  • http://twitter.com/schuenator EricSchumacher

    One thing I never noticed in the last time I saw this video. Watch Casey after he throws the bully to the ground. The way he looks at his oppressor, literally broken and stumbling on the ground, is like this horrible mix of vindication, confusion, sadness, and anger. I feel for Casey, I really do. It sucks getting picked on. I feel for the other kid too. Who know if his parents can afford the surgery he looks like he’ll need after this incident. Sadness all around. Violence begetting violence.

  • Anonymous

    Please see Izzy Kalman’s website “Bullies to Buddies” for other approaches to minimizing bullying in schools, at home, and at work, which relies on bullying victims learning to see things differently and respond in different ways to verbal bullying. He says his approach does not work if the bully is emotionally unstable or has a history of violence, but generally his approach is said to work in most cases as it usually prevents the escalation that ultimately leads to physical violence (and there was probably a long history leading up to this incident not obvious in a video). http://www.bullies2buddies.com/

  • Asdf

    his actions there were totally justified. the kid bugging him got what he deserved.

  • John B

    I can’t believe this poor kid who’s life has been made miserable by a gang of kids now faces charges after he defended himself. He is clearly punched in the face and it is audible. Frankly he should be lauded. It wasn’t just one boy. the boy with the camera was taunting him “…this is getting sad bro…” and another “…we’re laughing at you…” followed by this punk kid punching him after which he doesn’t moved. No wonder rage built up in him after day after day of such treatment. It was stuff like this that caused the Columbine shootings and other college massacres. I’d like to think that for once, the law will get this one right. Prosecute the other boy.

  • BulliedNoMore

    I was bullied by 6 kids in Jr. High and into 9th grade. When I had all I could take I stopped it. I was tired of being scared, I was tired of running and I was tired of being hunted. I stopped it by turning the tables. I did the hunting. I hunted each one of them down individually outside of school and beat the hell out of each and every one. A couple did need to see a doctor.

    Ya know what? No one ever F#@&d with me again. The rest of High School was peaceful. As a matter of fact, I gained a measure of respect as a result. I’m betting Casey will too.

  • BulliedNoMore

    Bravo! I had the same experience Alcondean.

  • Peterslz

    Dear Casey,
    You astound me with your amazing discipline and self-control. Very, very few people (children or adults) that I have ever met would have been able to take the abuse that you did without retaliating in the same manner. Your move of self-defense to stop your attacker, and, most importantly and impressively, how you then just walked away when you so easily could have become HIS attacker while he was down, just absolutely floors me.
    I wish that I could say that I would have that kind of self-control. If more of us did, the world would be a much kinder place.
    Bless you. I pray you never have to deal with another situation like this again. However, if you do, I know you have the fortitude to face it with the grace you did this one.
    With much respect,
    An American friend.

  • Albert

    While I would agree that violence is generally not the answer, sometimes those of us on Earth have no other choice but to confront Evil. Casey is clearly not a violent lad. He took it and took it. And then — he stopped it. Good for him.

    Please do not choose to use this incident or the comments here as a opportunity to gratuitously insult Americans. Yes, we Americans have made mistakes — including quite recently. But we have done a lot of things right too, and spent our blood doing it. For example, my Uncle Pete served in Patton’s 3rd Army. He was one of those who liberated the death camps – where madmen slaughtered innocents without remorse. That was not the time to turn the other cheek.

    Was it?

    With kind regards,

    Al

  • RT

    I agree. I got picked on throughout middle school and high school, until my Sophomore year when a guy who regularly bullied hit me in the back of the head while I was sitting in class. I turned around and put my hands on his throat, and said “Don’t do that again.” The teacher, to my surprise, let it go and in fact told me I did the right thing. Nobody bothered me after that.

  • RT

    I agree. I got picked on throughout middle school and high school, until my Sophomore year when a guy who regularly bullied hit me in the back of the head while I was sitting in class. I turned around and put my hands on his throat, and said “Don’t do that again.” The teacher, to my surprise, let it go and in fact told me I did the right thing. Nobody bothered me after that.

  • z3n

    Jumbie, you are probably not a true neo-liberal (socialist) then.
    Also, though I was a product of public schooling and have no reason to defend them, I should tell you that every home-schooled kid I ever met FAR out performed their public peers academically. The only drawback is that some of them did indeed seem a bit socially awkward. But your unprovoked attack on home schooling is an obvious indication that you are indeed the liberal-socialist you may or may not intend to deny that you are, as I am sure you are perfectly happy to sap the hard-earned money out of every sheep tax-payer in order to support bureaucratically bloated public school money-sinks, even when their children do not attend.

  • z3n

    Jumbie, you are probably not a true neo-liberal (socialist) then.
    Also, though I was a product of public schooling and have no reason to defend them, I should tell you that every home-schooled kid I ever met FAR out performed their public peers academically. The only drawback is that some of them did indeed seem a bit socially awkward. But your unprovoked attack on home schooling is an obvious indication that you are indeed the liberal-socialist you may or may not intend to deny that you are, as I am sure you are perfectly happy to sap the hard-earned money out of every sheep tax-payer in order to support bureaucratically bloated public school money-sinks, even when their children do not attend.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BEMA22TH36T2HVE2KK5MZ7AEPE Frank Adams

    It’s unfortunate that your school takes such a stance. School is suppose to prepare you for life outside of school. Everyone has the right to defend themselves from harm. Curling up into a ball is not a solution. And unfortunately no disciplinary action would come of it because the bully could just deny the event, leaving the victim with no recourse. I commend Casey for protecting himself and admonish the school for supporting bullying.

  • Neilm46

    The Left are so sensitive, but I’m encouraged that you defend yourself…

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  • Davidtaft

    I am a professional and could not have been happier with the result. Payback is a bitch and sometimes we bite off more than we can chew. Think that little shitdisturbing Mike Tyson wannabe will think twice about being a tough guy again? Wish he got knocked out cold. Totally agree that Caseys new name is MISTER Casey.. Bullies of the world… take note….Judgment day is coming for you…and that right soon!!

  • Phlankspeed

    Prosecute? Lawsuit?

    Geez, it’s just two boys sorting things out. Little bully boy was a fool for goading somebody twice his size. Casey was a tolerant gentleman up to a more-than-reasonable point, then taught the little one a lesson neither of them will ever forget. Good for him. Only grownups could make it more complicated…

  • Phlankspeed

    Prosecute? Lawsuit?

    Geez, it’s just two boys sorting things out. Little bully boy was a fool for goading somebody twice his size. Casey was a tolerant gentleman up to a more-than-reasonable point, then taught the little one a lesson neither of them will ever forget. Good for him. Only grownups could make it more complicated…

  • Jessica

    Totally agree! The bully instigated the whole issue and Casey was only using self defense! Unbelievable that at least both don’t face suspension. Although I have to say that I believe Casey shouldn’t have received anything but maybe a little chat by the school officials. I had the same case in high school where I was hit from behind by a girl who “like my boyfriend”. When I retatliated after being hit, we both received paddlings. Wrong? Yes I think so. I was only defending myself. Worth it? Absolutely, I creamed her!!

  • Jessica

    Totally agree! The bully instigated the whole issue and Casey was only using self defense! Unbelievable that at least both don’t face suspension. Although I have to say that I believe Casey shouldn’t have received anything but maybe a little chat by the school officials. I had the same case in high school where I was hit from behind by a girl who “like my boyfriend”. When I retatliated after being hit, we both received paddlings. Wrong? Yes I think so. I was only defending myself. Worth it? Absolutely, I creamed her!!

  • Jessica

    Totally agree! The bully instigated the whole issue and Casey was only using self defense! Unbelievable that at least both don’t face suspension. Although I have to say that I believe Casey shouldn’t have received anything but maybe a little chat by the school officials. I had the same case in high school where I was hit from behind by a girl who “like my boyfriend”. When I retatliated after being hit, we both received paddlings. Wrong? Yes I think so. I was only defending myself. Worth it? Absolutely, I creamed her!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BEMA22TH36T2HVE2KK5MZ7AEPE Frank Adams

    Wow! Nicely said!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BEMA22TH36T2HVE2KK5MZ7AEPE Frank Adams

    Wow! Nicely said!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BEMA22TH36T2HVE2KK5MZ7AEPE Frank Adams

    Wow! Nicely said!

  • Yellowbab

    Well he didnt land on his head did he!?! that bully deserved everything he got and more if you ask me! GOOO CASSEYY!!!

  • Yellowbab

    Well he didnt land on his head did he!?! that bully deserved everything he got and more if you ask me! GOOO CASSEYY!!!

  • Yellowbab

    Well he didnt land on his head did he!?! that bully deserved everything he got and more if you ask me! GOOO CASSEYY!!!

  • Chazdevil1951

    I always tryed to teach my boys to walk away if it was just verbal insults. But when the first punch landed it was open season. They are both now very responsible adults and standing up for themselves certainly did not hurt them. No one wants to go thur their entire life being beat up and picked on.

  • Chazdevil1951

    I always tryed to teach my boys to walk away if it was just verbal insults. But when the first punch landed it was open season. They are both now very responsible adults and standing up for themselves certainly did not hurt them. No one wants to go thur their entire life being beat up and picked on.

  • Jeffreyfurgerson

    What was Casey supposed to do the smaller kid punched him two or three times.He defended himself and rightly so. If he turned the other cheek the kid would have hit him there as well. He could have hurt that kid alot worse but chose to walk away. I applaud you young man for standing up to the bully.

  • Phasmatrope

    …??? It HAS to be said, this article is REALLY incorrect (or at least rushed); the bully WAS disciplined after the attack, and suspended for 20 days (Casey himself was suspended for 4 days). While the bodyslam itself IS painful to watch, you can see the bully (somewhat) breaking his fall with his arm. Might the kid have permanent damage down the road? It’s possible, and I hope not. But in Casey’s defense, if the attack WAS being filmed by the bully’s friends, we have NO idea how long this little punk had been punching and generally baiting him at the time before somebody hit “Record” (not to mention that similar bullying could have been happening from other kids, over the proceeding days or weeks). For the time being, yeah, let this video be required viewing for any other bullies who think of picking on other kids.

  • Adam

    Lol, what a pussy that skinny kid is!

    Bullies are all the same: tough when they’re picking on someone whom they perceive to be weaker, and surrounded by other cowards goading them on, but once force is used they show their true colours as pathetic little wimps.

    This Casey should receive a medal, but, in accordance with the usual lunatic left-wing policies, the authorities have once again sided with the perpetrator and not the victim. I honestly don’t understand how any sane person can argue that being punched in the face does not justify a forceful response in self-defence. What should he have done? Just stood there getting pounded?

  • curdog

    killing him? jesus…people like you are the problem.

  • curdog

    killing him? jesus…people like you are the problem.

  • Anonymous

    Too bad that the little bully hit his leg and not his neck. The little piece of crap needed some street justice.
    We had a bully in our school who was HUGE compared to his classmates. Every day, after gym class, when the boys were in the shower room, the BULLY would start using his wet towel to snap his naked classmates in the genitals. After numerous warnings, by his classmates, that he was going to get the shit beat out of jim if he continued the behavior, he was cocky enough to continue the bullying.
    Well, one fine day his entire group of classmates kept their promise. As a group they threw him to the floor. He was kicked repeatedly, in the genitals, by each boy who had been victimized by him. If this BULLY had snapped boy x 20 times in the past, then boy x gave BULLY BOY 20 kicks to the groin.
    Needless to say, when the street justice was done BULLY BOY had a scrotum the size of a basketball.
    His father called my father to complain.
    My father said “Tell your lard-ass son that he got what he deserved, and if he ever attacks my son again, my son has my permission to do whatever it takes to teach BULLY BOY a lesson he won’t forget.
    Well, needless to say, BULLY BOY NEVER AGAIN attacked anyone……….

  • kg

    The school administrators ought to be liable on several counts for something like this to happen there must be a toleration level. It is the “bully” who needs counseling, suspension and the victim who needs full support, counseling and hurray for the public to come out in full force. Thank goodness for the video.This is not over by any means as now Casey has to face a social set who may just get worse as time passes. The bully, his friends and his family needs to be sued on all counts.

  • Phasmatrope

    That’s actually incorrect, according to other articles, the bully WAS suspended, for 20 days (Casey just for 4). Whether that news came out after this article, or Brad just didn’t do his research though, I’m not sure.

  • curdog

    People like you are the reason those stupid laws exist.

  • curdog

    You’re right, he should have set up some pillows first, or maybe asked little brat if he would mind moving to softer ground.

  • kg

    What is the bully’s name?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Samantha-Patterson/100000876004192 Samantha Patterson

    Oh sure. Parents are NEVER responsible for their beastly little brats. It’s the school’s fault. Schools teach bullying after all.

    Or no, wait. As I recall it, classes were my refuge. The mindless little vermin vermin who attacked me may have done so at school but they also did it in the neighborhood, at summer camp, at church, and so on.

    TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR PRECIOUS “ANGEL”.

  • BBJ

    Good for him! I hope the kid who got slammed still hurts. When I was in 7th and 8th grades, I was the biggest kid in my school, and I got beat up _every_ day by gangs of kids at lunch. When I would fight back, I got in trouble because I was “bigger and should know better.” This frequently included getting whipped with a birch pointer. Once little kids know they can pick on bigger kids with impunity, they do it. I hope the little jerk that got slammed remembers this incident every morning when we wakes up and realizes he can’t move without pain anymore.

  • Phasmatrope

    That’s actually incorrect, according to other articles, the bully WAS suspended, for 20 days (Casey just for 4). Whether that news came out after this article, or Brad just didn’t do his research though, I’m not sure.

  • MEJ

    I agree violence isn’t the answer but children have a more concrete attitude to it. I was a bullied girl in grade school and the first year of high school. In grade school (age8) I was pushed and shoved more than once on the school grounds as well as the bus. The older girl that shoved me around finally tripped the tripper and I shoved her to ground. It was enough to stop her. Now it’s even worse in schools. The fault lies squarely with the educational institution and the parents. Schools apparently don’t or can’t stop it and parents are too apathetic and obsessed with their own lives while forgetting children need more guidance.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/QRBH4JALO3QHPPKJWYQJCI2YXA andy m

    How is the school meant to have stoped this? Are you honestly saying you think the school has the power to monitor every child every second of the day? School will always have bullies, there’s nothing at all you can do about it, it’s just how kids are. The power the school does have is to review the evidence, and take the proper action, which is to punish the bully and commend Casey for defending himself. Too many parents sue schools these days for things they couldn’t possibly have any control over.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/QRBH4JALO3QHPPKJWYQJCI2YXA andy m

    “failure to provide a safe environment”??? Are you on crack? How the hell is the school meant to do this, aside from never letting any kid near another. Social interaction is a part of school life and bullying of this type can never be stopped by schools, the best they can do is try to nurture a fight-back attitude and a sense of responsibility between students for students to look out for bullies and support victims.

  • George

    You’re worthless….

  • 750mcm

    Two items to bring up here. First Casey needed to let that can o w.a. stay open just a little longer to make sure the bullies, and future bullies watching and cheering on got a lasting impression of what happens when one is pushed too far! Second to single out Jesus the lesson that can be learned here is that if we do not make sure there are more people like Casey in the world when enough is enough take action to right a wrong, then we can look forward to more of the following…. Hitler, Saadam, Moussulini, and any other evil in the world.

  • CharliesMom

    A close friend of mine is handicapped and was attending a “Hospital School” specifically for disabled children. During the Summer program there he was struck by one of the other students, and then when the school season started again, the same student struck him again and gave him a black eye and popped a lens out of his glasses. My friend NEVER struck the other student, never threatened to, and even told employees about the incident after the first time it happened. Ending result: His mother didn’t want to send him back until the other student had been given consequences, but seeing as “they are a hospital rather than a school” they don’t have consequences. She didn’t send him back, and he lost his enrollment in their program (which has a waiting list and everything… Sort of a big deal).
    Casey’s video, I hope, sends a message to bullies, and the general population alike. We have to treat each other fairly and nicely, and if you push the wrong person too much, there will be consequences.. one way or another…
    YOU HAVE ANOTHER SUPPORTER HERE, CASEY!!!!

  • CharliesMom

    A close friend of mine is handicapped and was attending a “Hospital School” specifically for disabled children. During the Summer program there he was struck by one of the other students, and then when the school season started again, the same student struck him again and gave him a black eye and popped a lens out of his glasses. My friend NEVER struck the other student, never threatened to, and even told employees about the incident after the first time it happened. Ending result: His mother didn’t want to send him back until the other student had been given consequences, but seeing as “they are a hospital rather than a school” they don’t have consequences. She didn’t send him back, and he lost his enrollment in their program (which has a waiting list and everything… Sort of a big deal).
    Casey’s video, I hope, sends a message to bullies, and the general population alike. We have to treat each other fairly and nicely, and if you push the wrong person too much, there will be consequences.. one way or another…
    YOU HAVE ANOTHER SUPPORTER HERE, CASEY!!!!

  • Sandra Martinez

    RITE ON… LIL S*IT DESERVED GETTIN BODY SLAMMED LIKE THAT. CASEY TRIED TO GET AWAY FROM HIM BUT HE INSISTED ON PICKING ON HIM. GOOD FOR YOU CASEY…..

  • Sandra Martinez

    RITE ON… LIL S*IT DESERVED GETTIN BODY SLAMMED LIKE THAT. CASEY TRIED TO GET AWAY FROM HIM BUT HE INSISTED ON PICKING ON HIM. GOOD FOR YOU CASEY…..

  • Anonymous

    Watch out bullies! You pick on the wrong kid one day and you’re going to learn a lesson real quick…

  • Robert Scott

    A few years ago, in Yuba City, CA, my son was in 8th grade and was jumped by two boys on his way to class. He tried to walk away, only to have both kids keep coming after him. When he saw he had no other choice he fought back. A teacher saw it, took them to the office and all three were given “in-school suspension”. I met with the principle and when I pushed her on the issue of my son receiving the same punishment as the aggressors she told me that students were not allowed to defend themselves.
    I was shocked by her response and her blind attitude. I told her that schools are no different than other parts of society. There are going to be predators that will continually pick on people. They do it until someone stands up to them and then they move on to the next target. She wasn’t happy when I told her that I fully supported son’s (or my daughter’s for that matter) actions in defending themselves.
    The High School’s policies were no different. It is amazing what liberal, politically correct, state and local school administrations are doing to our public education system. We never home-schooled any of our four children, but anymore, I don’t blame anyone who feels compelled to take on the challenge to ensure their children are taught the necessary subjects and educational foundations they need in this life instead of some of the garbage the schools are required to teach.

  • http://twitter.com/alanknox Alan Knox

    There are many ways to stop bullying in schools and elsewhere. I know that it is frowned on by many but I honestly believe having studied all alternatives that the most effective method of stopping bullys is extreme violence. Casey Heynes has done nothing wrong and should be held as a beacon to others. I believe that the headmaster should be facing some scrutiny and asked why the bully thought he was going to get away with his aggression on his placid victim? He certainly didn’t fear authority catching him and acted with impunity.
    I don’t care if they are middle eastern tyrants or schoolboys with attitude it is time to stop them in their tracks.
    Bullys deserve all they get.
    And well done to Casey for a well executed use of justifiable force.

  • Always fight back!

    I got bullied by the hispanics too… They were little bastards. One pulled a knife on me and demanded my money, but I managed to get the knife away from him and jammed it all the way through his porky little foot. I’ll never forget the satisfied, redeeming feeling I got from watching that little punk crawl away with his foot gushing blood as 15 people watched. No one bothered me after that. Standing up to a bully is the only way to be left alone, and if you’re ganged up on, its OK to lose as long as you leave some black eyes, fat lips and broken teeth on your aggressors… They will pick on someone less likely to fight back next time (they are all cowards, after all).

  • Guest

    It’s worth it. My kids are well-trained in self-defense (1 black belt, 1 brown belt, and 1 gold belt in Tae Kwon Do). The rule is that you never hit first, but if another child touches you in a violent way, then you defend yourself with all possible force, and we’ll worry about consequences later. If it means suspension or even a lawsuit, so be it, but no one will ever mess with you again. Never be a victim.

  • Gamer417

    cant wait for Tosh.O to get a hold of this

  • Guest

    dick gale. sounds like a gay pron actors name skeet skeet skeet

  • Greg Wright

    This is simple and factual so all other comments that don’t coincide with this post can get a better moral compass. The (skinny) bully hit repeatedly the big fella. That is assault, not a new tag called bullying and there are laws against that. The Big fellow simply defended himself. This comment based on the limited evidence the video shows. We don’t know what happened prior to this taped portion of the incident. However if this is the whole incident , the Big fellow acted in self defense and put that ignorant kid in his place.

  • Zulu

    Casey Bom-ba-ye ! Casey Bom-ba-ye !! Casey Bom-ba-ye !!!

  • Billg1045

    no matter what the topic is, it is always the evil socialist liberal versus the level headed moral conservative, right?

    one question: can you define the word “socialist” for me? because I’m willing to bet you don’t know what it means, or what communism means, or what the difference between them is (yes, there is one).

    read a book!

  • Anonymous

    Grow up

  • wjpr

    My political sensibilities are pretty liberal/progressive (by our 21st Century standards) and I don’t care what anyone thinks of that. It’s what I believe is better for our country and the world.

    That said, I’m perfectly okay with myself for pushing the kid who punched me in the ear without provocation in 9th grade backwards over a railing, which gave him a concussion and broke his collar bone when he landed on his head and shoulder. In college, I piledrived an angry drunk who swung at me on the street outside a bar (again, no provocation!) and he was still out cold when the ambulance took him away. People around told the cops what happened and I wasn’t arrested or charged. I’m okay with that, too.

    Not surprisingly, then, I support Casey.

    Look, I understand what schools are TRYING to do. Self-control is what separates us from the rest of Earth’s animals. You can’t have none and expect no consequences. If people counterattack any way they want, it’s deadly anarchy. A bodyslam is dangerous, believe it.

    But school administrators, police, and prosecutors also have to understand what is and isn’t HUMAN. There’s some individual difference involved, but insisting that someone who’s just been punched in the face not COUNTERattack is akin to telling him not to blink for an hour.

    The lesson they’re teaching in Casey’s case isn’t “everything will be okay for you if you just do nothing and tell an authority figure later.” The only message they’re sending is: “You are and always will be a victim, whether of bullies or of authority figures. Just keep taking it, then when you’re older be filled with quiet rage, maybe beat your wife and kids or buy a gun and shoot everybody at work.”

    Poor kid, and poor rest of us.

  • Socialism is a gateway drug.

    Yeah… I know the difference between socialism and communism. One begins with an, “S,” the other with a, “C.”

  • Sports Are the Idiot’s Refuge

    SPORTS are all about BULLYING. Remember Hitler’s obsession with sport? The Germans haven’t lost that spirit, either…nor have the Italians and Spaniards.

    Gym class and “team” sports are the caveman refuge for B-, C-, D-, and F-grade losers who never should have been graduated. That’s one reason why American education ranks so poorly and will never achieve greatness.

    Rather than multi-million-dollar salaries, the ghetto scum who can play ball should be handed library cards.

  • Sports Are the Idiot’s Refuge

    SPORTS are all about BULLYING. Remember Hitler’s obsession with sport? The Germans haven’t lost that spirit, either…nor have the Italians and Spaniards.

    Gym class and “team” sports are the caveman refuge for B-, C-, D-, and F-grade losers who never should have been graduated. That’s one reason why American education ranks so poorly and will never achieve greatness.

    Rather than multi-million-dollar salaries, the ghetto scum who can play ball should be handed library cards.

  • Rmb3302

    LOL! That little idiot definitely got more than he bargained for.

    I gave presentation about bullying to some school administrators on 3/16. Here are some facts I told them: 1. A student is 3x more likely to be bullied on school grounds than on a bus. 2. A student is bullied on the playground every seven minutes. 3. A bullying episode lasts, on average, less than 38 seconds.

    I went back and reviewed the video. The video was 41 seconds, and the entire incident came to a screeching halt after 25 seconds. I also agree with other commentators that Casey was set up because Bully #2 was about to take his turn until the older female student intervened on Casey’s behalf.

  • wjpr

    Robert, has zip to do with “liberal.” It has to do with STUPID. (I’m sure you agree with that part.) See my other comment. Do a find on my username wjpr.

  • wjpr

    “I gave presentation about bullying to some school administrators on 3/16.”

    You sound like you have some expertise in this area. If you’re up for it (time-wise or whatever), could you have a look at the comment I left and reply? Maybe just say whether I’m making sense or if you think I’m off-base? My comment is under username wjpr.

    Interesting topic to me.

  • Bcaka

    Good for Casey! Stomp the bully…did you see the grin on his face in the final few frames? He’s not hurt, he needs to have the living s*it beat of of him until he has to eat through a straw

  • RrLlBb

    Way to go Casey. That little creep bully deserves everything you gave him and more. You did the right thing. Everyone else buzz off!!!

  • Dan

    You are correct Sprat – all he did was throw him on the ground. I doubt in his mind he was doing little more than flicking a fly off his shoulder. I’d of kicked him in the head.

    Did you see bullys backup come into the picture afterward if it wasn’t for the girl stepping in he would of gone after Casey. In my mine Casey not going after the second guy coming into the picture proves his action was a reaction. Beacuse my thought when I saw the second guy was – kick to the knees take him down and beat the crap out of him.

  • wjpr

    Uh, occurs to me I ought to mention that I’m not one of the “victims” who’s “filled with quiet rage,” I don’t beat beat my wife or kids or anyone else, and it has never crossed my mind to “shoot everybody at work!” I’m referring to people treated like Casey; I’m not one of them. If I WAS mad at everybody at work for some reason I’d be the type to blame myself!

    Can’t be too careful about giving people the wrong idea on the ‘Net these days. :-)

  • TorchBurningMob

    Looks like some kids (who’s pos parents for years have been professing: not my kid!) just wanted to post someones humiliation on youtube. They just didn’t realize it would be them.

    I would like to thank Casey for his service. At some point we might have had to deal with the same grown a hole ‘s on the street.

    Casey, they have to live as cowards until the end of thier days. You don’t, whether you ever want to fight again or not.

    These are the little monsters your neighbors are raising. All you have to do is watch one nanny 911 show too realize that as much as you may feel your family is messed up, these people are just freeks.

    “It takes a Village to kill a Monster” just ask Doctor & Mrs. Frankenstien. It’s not just a story.

  • Billg1045

    lol so you think it’s wrong to generalize that all women would tell their kids to walk away from a bully, and then you tell us how the lefties are worse than women.

    so you’ve successfully managed to do the same thing that you criticized the other poster for, and also denigrate your own gender in the process.

    thanks for the laugh, genius

  • Crapcollector

    The Bully hit Casey First
    The Bully hit Casey Second
    The Bully hit Casey Third
    The Bully hit Casey Fourth
    The Bully hit Casey Fifth
    Casey hit the Bully on the Sixth attempt.
    Yup Casey is at fault… right…

  • Macbheath

    IMHO sports are a great outlet for energy and aggression. Can’t play unless you follow the rules, and if you don’t penalties follow immediately. Team sports encourage cooperation and ideally selflessness. Seems a better way to spend ones time than playing video games. Get those fat little kids running around the track, maybe they won’t turn into the grumpy slobs that populate the cities these days. as for bullying… back in the good old days when kids could get into fights without having to hire a lawyer…. My sister (8) who was 7 years younger than me was being bullied by the next door neighbors son, every day after school. He would chase her home and then throw rocks at the door. I wanted to put him in his place but knew I couldn’t because I would be the bully. I was responsible for my Sis until my parents got home. So I told her she was going to have to stand up for herself, and that the next time it happened I was going to lock her out of the house. So the next time arrived and I looked out of the window and my sister is straddling the boy and pounding his head on the pavement, and he is bawling. So I let her in and she never had another problem … but the neighbors were pissed and wouldn’t talk to my parents … no loss there. The neighbors believed their precious little boy could do no wrong.

  • j_cat

    Yeh, ask the Japanese what it was like to have gone to war against two of the biggest Liberals of the last century, Roosevelt and that sweet-talk, no action type Truman. (!) Please note that “liberal” can by definition mean “aggressive”! Don’t confuse liberals and pacifists.

  • http://www.jasonmasseymedia.com JMM

    We do not know what happen before or after. But off the video evidence – he was self protecting. This could have ended very badly for both parties, if Casey would have released the little one wrongly – death could have been an outcome. Then you have a crime on your hands.

    Why so much hate…

  • FistandFeet

    Wrong ! Total misread on #2. Your briefing is garbage. Had you read the article, you would have realized this went on for YEARS, it took SECONDS to solve. I wouldn’t let you brief the Fruit of the Loom Guys.

    Bully #2 ACTED like he was going to do something and got close enough to do something and had the time, if he hadn’t been scared sh*tless of the same treatment he would have done something.

    Bully#2 is nothing but a coward, posing. And walking behind Casey was just a way to try to save face for the other pos kids that were there.

    You must have never had a 2 or 3 verses 1 before. I guess someone must live in the gray pretending otherwise.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H5MZ5DZUALFYD7RJZVYHUNXY6A Anonymous

    are you serious? He did turn the other cheek and the midget hit him again! Eye for an eye. God taught us survival so we could procreate, never forget that. Casey did everything right.

  • kathy

    Perhaps the parents of the bully could use a body slam or two for raising a kid like that?

  • http://twitter.com/Vizrahen Robert McColl

    you all got trolled.

  • McKockiner

    Pure SELF DEFENSE!! What is the kid supposed to do, run like a coward to the teachers? It’s obvious the kid didn’t want to fight and only did what was necessary to stop the bully. After which, he walked away with no further antagonizing. BRAVO CASEY!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IWMIMDZ4Z4IU4MEAAZCSGVD6C4 elZaphod

    So you’re saying it’s unfortunate that in the USA any blowhard with an Internet connection is unable to physically fight the President? Dear Secret Service, please mark this troll down as the lamest threat to the President yet. What a tool.

    By the way, what does “vote the idiot in 2012″ mean exactly? Are you implying you will be voting for yourself next year?

  • Jay6615

    Just watched it again! Hope the runt is hurt so bad he has to have his leg amputated. Beautiful moves! Now, he’ll get a little respect. He sure has mine!

  • Jay6615

    to JMM, The crime was committed when the little turd first laid hands on the other kid. If the bully winds up maimed and in a wheel chair for the rest of his life, then too bad. I sure wouldn’t shed a tear. In fact, if I were the kids parents, I would be inclined dole out the same treatment to the school principal.

  • Sage

    We do know what happened before and after, did you read the articles or just watch the vid. And yes it could have ended tragically for “the little (bullying lump-o-sheet) one”. Ruining Caseys life and his own families as well as many who were not even there or involved. Damn shame that one “little one” has the power to cut such a path of destruction in so many lives. don’t you think ?

    However, I consider this little pos a 2011 Darwin Award Nominee. (because winning the award means you must die) Along with people who text while driving, use thier cell phones at gas pumps (read your manual before responding. they could be made to conform to a vapor or confined space enviroment at a negligable cost to the consumer, but they are not. read your manual.) putting on make up at the wheel…ect and so forth.

    So you see,while the rest of us don’t mind watching your whatever “award moment” stupidity it may have entailed which removed you from the gene pool. And lets face it, you were already at the shallow end.

    We do not want your stupid ass to take us or one of our loved one out in the process. And now you understand, it’s not hate that you see here. But disgust, exhaustion, frustration…ect

    Don’t you get it ? When people cuss and complain, they are actually trying to make thier situation better.

    They’ve just run out tools to deal with the fools.

  • Zemane

    To bad his leg was not broken.

  • http://twitter.com/tprete Tyler Prete

    Who cares if you get suspended? High school isn’t all that meaningful. What does it matter if you miss 4 days? Learning how to stand up for yourself is worth it, no question.

  • mikel

    My School was that way too. Even if you didn’t fight back you got suspended for fighting too. With that in mind if one does decide to fight back you might as well obliterate the other person. After all, you’ll be suspended just the same even if you don’t hit back.

  • Insatiablexphile

    I was bullied a lot in school. In middle school I had kids that used to wait for me before the morning bell and throw rocks at me (yes, that hurt). One day in gym class a bunch of boys (I’m female) pushed me into the corner and the “leader” started unbuttoning his pants to try and freak me out- the gym teacher came over, laughing, and said “break it up guys”- something like that. I dreaded going to school. I never once laid my hands on anyone, I learned to completely IGNORE them and it stopped. While I sympathize with Casey, violence ultimately just creates more violence.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QOVSBYTWIPEKSOJEQJNFXBS55I Ppqer

    Where the parent? File a lawsuit against the school……this will fix the problems real quick.

  • Wybaltimore

    thats what his lil ass gets,,,,,,the victim should have laid on him

  • Wybaltimore

    thats what his lil ass gets,,,,,,the victim should have laid on him

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3KAJO7FMP54SJATKDLYZNH47X4 Joe

    That is awesome! That little shit deserved that body slam!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RI7KXKKAHNONPDOVGLFVWVBIDQ Patterns In the Ivy

    That was one of the most awesome videos I’ve ever seen in my life. I laughed so hard. It really caught me by surprise (probably the dirtbag bully too) I can’t really say that violence is ever good, but there are times when it’s the right thing to do, like in self defense. Probably changed the course of his life for the better too. Good for him.

  • CJIzzles

    I love it! And the little bully’s “back-up” seemed a bit scared too. And even more scared when the girl stepped up. That little dude got dishragged! pwned!

  • AJ

    I played Baseball, Football and Basketball. Never bullied anyone, but I did put a few kids on thier ass and got it a couple times myself. They are physical contests. I liked to play sports not watch on tv.

    I was bullied after a Baseball game once by a kid who was an actuall neighborhood bully, his cousin and his friend for no reason in paticular other than they didn’t like me when they were in a group. Individually we were cool although I didn’t know the cousin that well, but had hung out with the other two on and off for years.

    Luckily for me the Umpire was going to make a head call and eye balled the situation. He calmly walked over explained to the three of them that they would fight me one at a time under his supervision. And asked me if that was ok. It was enough to get me to fight the bully with some confidence since I wasn’t really mad or liked to fight. I won the fight and found to my surprise I was willing for more. Of course as we see above it only took one and they were done.

    Your some Historian. Hitler was Obsessed with himself. It was just a matter of which avenue would suck the most people into his meglomania. He was a failed artist by trade. He received his twisted sense of superiority and destiny by being the only survivor of his unit in ww1, and fed by people who needed a figurehead. He was never athletic, he just used the olympics to try to convince the world of aryian superemacy.

    And you know who the first people to put that bs to rest were ? Jesse Owens and Joe Louis, the very same “ghetto scum” that you seem to have an axe to grind with. Little racist are we ? Have you ever heard the saying: It doesn’t matter the color of the cat, as long as it catches mice. Or maybe you need it spelled out for you: NAACP=Nigga’s Ain’t Always Colored People. Get it whitey.(i am also white)

    I’ve worked with some of the old nazi youth in my time, and what you must realize about the Germans is they have a plan to win as well as one if they lost. Get it ?

    Besides, if your so smart, why are the ghetto scum getting millions instead of you. And better lookin white women than would look at you twice unless you paid them to do so. And they treat them better than the cow your married to.

    You were right about my grades F’s D’s & C’s, but not my intelligence or my future income if that is the measure of a loser your using. I didn’t graduate but was still able to earn six figures(low) and then in my spare time patented projects with the military 1 classified under the DoN, 1 under Land Warrior (at the time, I think its future warrior now) ,DARPA, Colt and the PMC industry. I am also currently working on a multi million dollar project with the DoA. (I read alot of IRONMAN comics when I was a kid in the 70′s.)

    I also did most of the research for my (very hot) gf’s Masters of Ed. Thesis along with all her other work at the time.

    As for your last statement about Greatness, I am unsure if you meant the educational system or the country ?

    America for all it faults is the greatest nation on earth. And never had the best educational system ever. Our supremacy came from the fact that the rest of the industrial world was bombed out, we stole the best nazi scientists, and had demanded gold from any one on the lend lease program. Then after the war, broke the bretton woods agreement and kept the gold. And if I’m not mistaken the first “ghetto scum” to die for this country was black. (crispus atticus I think)

    I would also point out that highly educated people (aside from surgeons) have not fixed one thing correctly since jonas salk. You guys have been in charge for quite awhile now, hows every little thing goin ?

    I know that if the average workman did the same job a highly educated politician did. We would never know if our brakes would work, if our house would be flooded when you got home, electricuted if you touched a light switch. Or if the construction workers did the right job to hold up the buildings you’ve spent your life in.

    You see, we can do without you. You could not survive without us. The unwashed masses who built this country.

    More blood and misery has come from the ink signatures of the highly educated than any gang, serial killer, terrorist or baby killer you can name put together.

    So think of being as smart as you acually think you are, a natural athlete, Tall, attractive to all types of women, and a proven warrior that can operate multi-million dollar equipment you could only dream of as a kid. And realize there is someone out there like that, it’s not just ever going to be you.

    How you feel now smart guy. A little more bitter ? : ) It’s all true, someone out there has more than you.

  • Anonymous

    You’re just like the bully,a doucebag.

  • just a guy

    Why am I getting porn related ads under “You might also like:” at the top of the posts? Is this video related to porn somehow?

    And I think the person filming the fight should be brought up on charges for letting this unfold with out stepping in. A shame!

  • Lotzolov05

    takedown two points!

  • Guest

    Same stuff happened to me when I was a kid. My dad made me fight the kid. I fought him. I made him bleed. I won. I walked back inside the house and cried. I was never bullied again.

  • Hindmost

    In my book he’d still be a hero. I was bullied by older kids most of my childhood. I hated them. I grew up, got a college degree had military service in Vietnam, got a Bronze Star. Most of my detractors avoided military service, cowards that they were. I am confident now that I could handle my former tormenters now. Happily nearly all of them are already dead due to their poor self-care as adults. I’d love to defecate on their graves but I’m afraid I’d catch a cold.

  • Yomamma

    This is awesome. That other kid will definitely think twice before trying to bully Casey again. Notice even his friend had second thoughts after Casey slammed the other kid. Good for you Casey.

  • 2mywy2

    Bull Sh*t! A violent person only understands violence. The trick is….hurt them so bad, they won’t bully you again. Look at the result of JC turning the other cheek, he got crucified. The Jews lost 6 million of their race by not fighting back. Oh BTW, you’re and idiot.

  • Fleshwound11

    that little asshole got just what he deserved and his little butt buddy that tried to stick up for him after he got his shit slammed deserves to get green lighted little punk

  • Holycow

    Boom goes the dynamite. That should be on SportsCenter.

  • JMM

    Sage,
    I did read the article – I am not like most that take everything we see on the net as truth. MSM has taught me this. Everything is hear say unless you were there. I was not there, the article states he was bullied his whole life there and he finally broke out. Violence with Violence is still the wrong medicine. There is self defense and then there is rage. This child was powered by rage and hatred to the actions of the mislead smaller child. This is why I commented why so much hatred, focused at both parties involved in the altercation.

    When I was 7 years old, I lost my eye to a horse accident and had to be wrapped with gauze on half my face. This lasted even into going back to school. So I was bullied and ridiculed for my half gauze face. I was pushed, shoved into lockers, tripped to floors, etc… Hell – at 7 yrs of age this was a lot to deal with and remember many times getting off the buss in full tears to my Mother. She was very helpful with my time dealing with this and explained the facts of life, people have discomfort with that they cannot control or understand. They are not comfortable with them selves or had problems with bulling when they were younger – they are taking this out on you. At 7 yrs of age it was hard to completely understand, but as I developed with my new condition of having one eye and fitted with an artificial eye – I had a great group of class mates that helped back the bully comments off. This hatred was washed away with friendship and comradery. So I fully understand the emotional part of bullies and their actions.

    As for the whole rant/tangent with text messaging and other insults – I think this is disgusting.

    People always have a lot to say – but actions speak louder than words. Actions make people react. Words only show you know how to talk and write.

    The best to you.

    JMM

  • mk72

    This incident happened where I live in Australia & I can say in response to some comments that although Casey was suspended from school for 4 days so was the bully & his buddy that shot the video. Also the bullies mother did NOT defend her son, in an interview with a television reporter said ‘Her Son got what he deserved.” Also she would like HER son to APOLOGISE to Casey. Not the other way around.
    I don’t care that people say Violence is not the answer but sometimes it is necessary to send a message to the bullies that enough is enough. So yes, Casey sent a message that he will not take any more abuse from this arrogant little prick. I bet no one will bully him anymore!

  • Matt Ruth

    The thing I can’t stand is how many people on Youtube comment (or videotape their reactions) and say thing like “the fat boy rules” or “go fat kid”. They pretend like they aren’t part of the problem by “rooting” for him, but really they are just as bad as the bullies are. Luckily, many good people call them out on their bullshit (wanted to end this comment on a high-note).

  • Matt Ruth

    The thing I can’t stand is how many people on Youtube comment (or videotape their reactions) and say thing like “the fat boy rules” or “go fat kid”. They pretend like they aren’t part of the problem by “rooting” for him, but really they are just as bad as the bullies are. Luckily, many good people call them out on their bullshit (wanted to end this comment on a high-note).

  • Hoggle243

    The same thing happened to me when I was a schoolkid. I ended up going to anger management and therapy because I hit back after getting the crap kicked out of me many times. The other kid was from a super rich family(surprise surprise) who were convinced their kid was an angel who would never do such a thing. He ended up beating up another kid so bad he broke his arm, only then was he stopped by the school. This crap happens every day, there are times when it is simply appropriate to resort to violence to defend yourself.

  • Hoggle243

    The same thing happened to me when I was a schoolkid. I ended up going to anger management and therapy because I hit back after getting the crap kicked out of me many times. The other kid was from a super rich family(surprise surprise) who were convinced their kid was an angel who would never do such a thing. He ended up beating up another kid so bad he broke his arm, only then was he stopped by the school. This crap happens every day, there are times when it is simply appropriate to resort to violence to defend yourself.

  • Hulk

    I was bullied in high school. The summer between my sophomore and junior year I grew 4 inches and gained 35 lbs. The first day of the new school year as I sit at my desk awaiting for class to start, a certain bully smacked me upside the back of the head and started laughing and calling me names. I calmly stood up to present my 6’3″ frame that now weighed 225lbs with about 7% body fat and informed the idiot that that was the last time he would ever hit anyone until he was out of school. I hit him square in the jaw knocking three teeth out and breaking his jaw. Yeah, I was arrested, but the prosecutor declined to press charges in light of the witness testimony and the arrest record was expunged at 18. I was a hero for two years! I graduated at 6’6″ tall and weighed 255lbs while bench pressing >400lbs. and squatting >600lbs. and played football on scholarship at an outstanding university. The moral of this is to teach kids a better self image where they don’t feel the need to put others down. If parents do that, kids like me wouldn’t have to break them in half when they cross the line.

  • Aaron

    You are an idiot. First of all, this took place in Australia. Second of all, what the hell does this have to do with liberals. Coming up with ridiculous generalizations makes me wonder of ignorant idiots like you. Third of all, just because Obama is president doesn’t mean he can correct every little detail of every little problem in the country.Yes, with a lot of pressing matters such as the economy, Middle East conflicts, and Japan, I’m sure Obama has plenty of time to magically flick his finger and eliminate bullying across the nation. What?… do you really think we have things such as the school boards and county governments and other local committees just for the hell of it?

  • Aaron

    Well I don’t know what bullying has to do with politics but okay! Let’s just somehow connect the two and pretend we know what we’re talking about! By the way, my pasta tasted pretty terrible last night. I think it’s the liberals’ fault. I don’t know how, but I just know.

  • Anonymous

    Say that to me and we’ll see where that red marker ends up. Common sense can tell you that this is political correctness run a muck.

    “BTW, go back to your home schooling and learn how to spell”

  • Anonymous

    Does anyone know if the Heynes family has a Legal Defense Fund set up anywhere ?

    If so, where?

  • http://www.facebook.com/nickysee Nick Cochran

    “z3n”, please learn the definition of ‘socialist’ whether schooled at home or not. Thanks.

  • Anonymous

    The kid didn’t “snap”. He decided he took enough punishment, and ended that punishment. People seeing this as “snapping” are half of the problem. Why is the little bunny hopping weasel hitting on this kid (probably intimidated because he was bigger) not being described of having screws loose?

    The big guy defends himself and it’s “snapping”, but the little shit was just being himself.

  • Anonymous

    The kid didn’t “snap”. He decided he took enough punishment, and ended that punishment. People seeing this as “snapping” are half of the problem. Why is the little bunny hopping weasel hitting on this kid (probably intimidated because he was bigger) not being described of having screws loose?

    The big guy defends himself and it’s “snapping”, but the little shit was just being himself.

  • Warmstrong2

    Typical school administration injustice that causes some kids’ worst experiences growing up to be school related. No adult would be treated this way in the real world.

  • Warmstrong2

    Typical school administration injustice that causes some kids’ worst experiences growing up to be school related. No adult would be treated this way in the real world.

  • Neilm46 is smart!

    Aside from your atrocious spelling, I can definitely see where you’re going with this. Liberals should be blamed for everything that stems from the inherent evil nature of men. Yep. When people are being bullied, their first reaction is to think about what would a liberal do in this situation. In that case, I had my wallet stolen once and frankly, I blame the liberals. Now I have no idea how that and politics even relates, but somehow, I know it’s right.

  • Josh

    Agreed. Would also like to see the bully go to juvie and see how he fares with others both bigger and meaner than him.

  • raymchopper

    GO Casey!!! I too used to get picked on but one guy in High School. He would emberass me SOOOO bad in front of my own friends and girls even though I played sports and was a foot taller. I simply did not care to fight.

    This went on for three years until one day I TOTALLY became fed up and knocked the crap out of my tormentor. Knocked him out cold with one punch to the temple.

    This guy NEVER bothered me EVER again and we actually became friends after HS.

    Sometimes you have to do the right thing just to survive.

    GO CASEY and BS to the school for the suspension. Watch the video to gather all of your facts!

  • Guest

    The only regret here is that the other child was not killed.

  • Anakadeen

    If you guys would stop talking (writing), and get to court, this bullying phenom would slow down. I have never been in a case, or heard of one where the bully and school were not pronounced guilty and the cash money awarded to the victim. The schools only react when money is involved. So, if you want to be a good parent, or concerned citizen, make the effort (I know it is hard and time consuming), but take your evidence, witnesses and video to court and sue the bully, his parents, the school and the idiot at school that punished the victim unfairly.

  • Jj320

    Too bad the little bastard lived.

  • darlene

    the school is wrong,the law is wrong,they sound like they knew what was happening to Casey and did nothing about it.I just don’t see any wrong in what Casey did,he just made the bully stop hitting him,he didn’t kill him.If i was Casey parents i would sue the school for child endangerment,and the bully’s parents for mental and physical damage’s.making parents pay for their child’s bad actions would get they to be better parents.

  • Dwdaniel

    Actually Jesus is right but for all the wrong reasons. I was a Casey in school. There is no doubt that Casey will be punished…not the bully. The big guy is always at fault. I cannot count the number of times when some twerp would start hitting me (often several years older) and some adult would shout at me, “Why don’t you pick on someone your own size?” Better to keep walking… until there are no witnesses.

  • Horlchoo

    Perhaps the bully will receive punishment in due time. The video must be very embarassing for that boy. He’ll probably lose friends and find himeself in a life of drugs and petty crimes. He will marry at some point and beat his wife and kids, spend time in jail where perhaps he will be raped by fellow inmates. When he is released from prison for the last time he will hang himself at the ripe age of 30. :)

  • UTube8H

    Good! That little brat deserved it and he’ll think twice now.
    As far as the decision, maybe Casey should come back and beat the shit out of the administrators for such an insane decision to punish him. Ever hear of Hannibal?

    Go Casey!

  • Peregrine2

    Hey Jesus, you misspelled Christian. And you decided to NOT capitalize it. I wouldn’t consider it blasphemy, but it IS disrespectful. One thing that Americans try to be is respectful of our allies. Clearly, you are neither respectful nor one of our allies. Just because someone is Christian doesn’t mean you should stand there and take a beating by anyone.

    So, by your definition, I should turn the other cheek when I get punched 5 times by someone. By your definition, I should take the fact that the other person is recording the entire incident to be shown on the internet, to further humiliate me. Sounds about a logical as allowing one dictator to slaughter millions of his own people all in the name of his own self described societal mold. I’m sure you have heard of an incident in 1999, in Littleton, CO. A couple of teens, outcast because they were different, weird, or whatever label you want to put on them, decided to eliminate their aggressors. Let the kids defend themselves, and put a stop to the bullies. If we don’t, there WILL be another Columbine…. and another…. and another.

    I used to be bullied by another kid on the way home from school every afternoon. One afternoon, I decided that I had taken enough of this kid’s abuse. I didn’t “snap”. I made a concious decision to defend myself. This kid didn’t care that I had a stick in my hand. He was going to bully me anyway. So he got a surprise when I started beating the living crap out of him right there in the alley. He never bullied me again. Luckily, I was off of school property, so the school couldn’t do anything about the incident. And we never heard from the kid’s parents. Apparently, he bullied a lot of kids up until that day. Years later, after we’d grown up, I seen the guy again. He apologized for being so abusive during our childhood.

    Christ wasn’t a preacher. He was a teacher. There’s a huge difference.

  • the bully terminator

    I agree with you and I’m going to go punch these idiots that are going to punish Casey for his reaction in the face like that kid was punching him and see how they respond once they wake up from getting knocked out. I might even kick them in the head a few times while their laying there bleeding (to knock some sense into them) Being involved with young kids I’d have to say probably the bully was a teachers kid or a coaches kid, or a school board members kid or the school jock and Casey was the kid that everybody picked on because he didn’t “FIGHT BACK” so all these tough guys used him to build their egos (like their parents) and then expect to use the pity me i got hurt, so these clowns with no common sense can punish Casey. Give me a break I got so pissed at Casey watching this until he finally slammed that little puke to the ground. I’m glad that kid got hurt, he deserved it, and I laughed my ass off watching him stager around clueless. But I did watch the other bully start to go get Casey what happened after the video was shut off. They probably all ganged up on him as that is what usually happens in these cases, These pussies can’t fight one on one and when they do & that one goes down that all attack like a pack of wolves. Thats why they always attack a person thats by them selves or a loner. And that’s why they always hang out in groups. This was a pre-meditated attack on Casey by this group of kids and they all should be sent to a reform school for what they did to Casey. They were all involved and planned it out thats why its video taped. The teachers, adminstration, school board and even the parents of these kids are as guilty as the bullies are. And this “We didn’t know this takes place in our school” is a crock and just a poor excuse for their total “Lack of Concern” for kids like Casey.
    What he did was a natural response from any man that is being attacked by someone. It was simply self-defense and he had every right to defend himself in this case. The little puke that got hurt got what he deserved. and should have gotten more. If I find that they punish Casey for defending himself for being attacked by this group of bullies I will personnally go this school and kick every teacher, school board member and the parents of these bullies and anyone elses involved with this that decides to punish Casey asses. They are the ones responsibile for this behavior for allowing it to happen. How many other kids at this school get picked on like Casey was. And oh yea where is our great president in this case what will he do wait until it gets national media attention before he gets involved in it Then he can get his face on the t.v again. I’m sure he’s seen this video and should be there in Casey’s defense. He so big against bullies in our schools. Now the time for him to step up and do the right thing. That bully belongs in a reform school along with the rest of his bully friends until they learn to respect other people. And the parents of all those bullies, well if they stand by and don’t put their kids in a reform school themselves that says alot about their character and probably those parents are bullies as well and encourage this type of behavior from their kids or the kids bully those parents all the time also. If the parents of these bullies do not punish those kids they are part of the problem. If they are affraid of their kids they can contact me and I’ll come do their job for them. But at least one thing is for sure I HAVE A NEW HERO NOW AND THATS CASEY!!!!!!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/NickFun NickFun

    I did the same thing when I was that age — and I was never bullied again! Good for him!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JQSHYDSMCJFGNLQ734P7XXLK7M p

    all too true, the outcome of punishment for the kid that got punched, repeatedly.

    my response, considering his advantage, (he is fat), would have been to grab that little sucker puncher, twist his ‘shooting arm’ behind his back with enough force to make the kid say ‘uncle’ (and then some, don’t leave any marks outside, only some good memories inside his peevish little skull)

    or perhaps lay him face down and sit on him while he wiggles and screams, until he promises to ‘back off’ permanently.

    some times these smaller ones need a boost in their self confidence by ‘taking on’ somebody bigger (and less violent) ,

    perhaps he was being used by the brat with the cell phone. those types can actually be a more dangerous type of bully. they grow up and become politicians and lead people into protracted conflicts (aka WAR), just for their own sadistic amusement, so beware!

    sadly, often the only available learning tool for teaching a lesson to some jerks (with thick skulls) is direct and immediate pain. often it’s the only thing that registers on their primitive, manly, non-empathetic brain.

    they mostly learn this from their parents who, are pretty much alike them.

  • busher

    Hey they should do like our Texas Legislature. Pass a bill that allows them to have a gun. Then all problems will be solved!. We know that students will exercise good judgement at all times.

  • Leroybraun

    I got bullied in junior high so I began weight-lifting and learned fighting skills. Very few people bothered me but one guy in high school tried to bully me. He got a similar treatment, but it was during gym class so he landed on a wrestling mat. Nobody bothered me again. I am a very mild-mannered person who respects others. Why do bullies feel the need to hurt others? What is their mental deficiency?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JGDGAYJRJ7TQNTT3S6OICLNYSQ redonkulus bzuh

    Oh yeah, that’ll help, sure. Four years later and 120 thousand in legal fees for nothing?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JGDGAYJRJ7TQNTT3S6OICLNYSQ redonkulus bzuh

    Oh yeah, that’ll help, sure. Four years later and 120 thousand in legal fees for nothing?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JGDGAYJRJ7TQNTT3S6OICLNYSQ redonkulus bzuh

    Thank you for being sane. I swear I read the responses here and all I could think was “what kind of men are we raising, that they go running to an ‘authority figure’ for every little thing.”

  • Klb700

    To he’ll with your martial arts! He should have broke both of the little bastards legs and if were one of my sons I would have told him to bash his goddamn head in!

  • Releggneh

    Way to go Casey! Enough is enough! These little punks think they can do anything to others and nothing will happen. Why is Casey suspended? I think the little runt and his buddies should all get thrown out!

  • Shokora

    This is EXACTLY what should happen when kids are getting bullied. Kids (and people in general) should behave chill towards eachother, if one party starts using violence in some way against the other party it’s not a crime to stop that with violence, it’s just logical…

    I got bullied for 2 years, like 15 people chasing me and stuff. One day I was fed up with it, hit a random one straight in the face, kicked the leader to the curve and made a little bitch out of him. Nothing ever happened again and I have never been in a fight ever since :)

    This is not promoting violence, this is showing that anyone has the power to use violence and therefore assymetrical relationships like bullying are impossible to form.

  • Kab1

    I was a short weak fat kid in grade school and I and others of my geeks friends were bullied verbally AND physically. I learned a lesson from a bully one day. I sitting outside when I saw the bully, He came up to me and said watch this. Then he walked over to another boy and said hello, the other kid said hello and smiled, then Gary hit that boy-(victim) in the mouth and a gain in the nose. He left the kid crying and scared. then he came back to me and said “you know how I can do that?”, because I don’t care and it’s fun. I never turned my back on Gary again, but I learned something. “Hide in the weeds”. Surprise is a great weapon. This was in 6th grade. Most of us walk to school through a woods. One day, a Great DAY! I waited for Gary after he passed me in the woods. I walked up behind him and screamed STOP! Gary turned and I hit him 3 or 4 times. Then I told him ” I will always be able to find you alone, if you or any of your thugs hurt me or any of my friends, “I” Will find you and YOU not your thugs Will PAY! ” HE never bothered me again no one saw me and I bet that bastard is in jail by now. FEAR and SURPRISE are great protection. JUST plan that no one sees you. By the way, all of are our great soldiers are trained to not get taken by surprise. I hope they never do.

  • Jlzuasr

    he might also have kicked the bully’s face so he can happily be suspended, what the school authorities are thinking? suspend him??? what about the bully, he hit the boy three times before getting what he deserved, pleeeeeeaseeeee.

  • Jlzuasr

    he might also have kicked the bully’s face so he can happily be suspended, what the school authorities are thinking? suspend him??? what about the bully, he hit the boy three times before getting what he deserved, pleeeeeeaseeeee.

  • Rattlesnake Bob

    When I was 13, a classmate took a roundhouse swing at me for no other reason than I was playing the position in a ballgame that he wanted to play. I ducked and he swung again and then a third time. I started swinging in defense and knocked him down. The team captain came over to break it up and the aggressor took a swing at him in frustration at which time the team captain knocked him down. The next day the principal called the team captain and me into his office and notified us that the aggressor had a broken arm and his parents were suing the school and it would be up to our families to cover medical expense. Days later, we learned that the aggressor fell out of a hayloft after school and broke his arm on his parents’ farm. The funny thing is that years later, the Mother of the aggressor still maintains that the team captain held her son while I savagely beat him. If you want to avoid controversy, and condemnation, lay down for abuse and learn to enjoy being bullied, because there are plenty of twisted kids and parents who are bullying stylists, nowdays.

  • Rattlesnake Bob

    When I was 13, a classmate took a roundhouse swing at me for no other reason than I was playing the position in a ballgame that he wanted to play. I ducked and he swung again and then a third time. I started swinging in defense and knocked him down. The team captain came over to break it up and the aggressor took a swing at him in frustration at which time the team captain knocked him down. The next day the principal called the team captain and me into his office and notified us that the aggressor had a broken arm and his parents were suing the school and it would be up to our families to cover medical expense. Days later, we learned that the aggressor fell out of a hayloft after school and broke his arm on his parents’ farm. The funny thing is that years later, the Mother of the aggressor still maintains that the team captain held her son while I savagely beat him. If you want to avoid controversy, and condemnation, lay down for abuse and learn to enjoy being bullied, because there are plenty of twisted kids and parents who are bullying stylists, nowdays.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1394766895 Daniel Wolstenholme

    Liberals of the first half of the 20th Century are very different from the post-60s liberals of today.

    Finally, even today’s liberals view self-defense very differently from wars between nations. They’ll denounce self-defense at any opportunity they have, while simultaneously waging unjust and unnecessary wars. Just look at Obama for proof: a few hollow words about bullying, while simultaneously waging two unnecessary wars and also torturing people in Gitmo.

    For liberals, it’s all about boosting the power of the State, while quashing the power of the individual People. Liberals want to build giant, all-powerful States, just like Hitler’s Germany and Stalin’s Soviet Union, with themselves in charge, which requires removing all power from the People. So if they want to start a war to make themselves more powerful, and their corporate buddies richer, that’s OK, but if you want to defend yourself against some criminal who wants to rape your wife and daughter and kill your family, they want you thrown in prison because you’re usurping the power of the State, because in their mind only the State should have the power to legally use violence.

  • Alexwingaling

    Interesting, once again these people who love getting tax payer dollars and all the perks still do not protect the innocent at the schools. Casey you did the right thing. Do not let anyone push you around, especially the school employees.

  • Bbbbnnn

    serves that little punk right.

  • Maxx99

    I’m a teacher and I see bullying all the time. The bullied children don’t want to snitch on the bullies however. As horrible as it is to say, the only thing that will make the bullies stop is an @ss beating by an older larger child. A little dose of their own medicine.

  • RK

    Is this Australia!!?? I thought the States was the only place that was this screwed up. Casey deserves a ****ing medal

  • Hunter

    serves the little punk right !

  • Ricknettles

    The article is incorrect: Casey received a one day suspension only; Ritchard, the bully, was suspended for two days.

  • Ricknettles

    He was also suspended (the article is incorrect) for two days.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DJFPU62CR5QF3SBHN2FDNXFLXM Anonymous

    no need to get the law invovled i say, BOYS WILL BE BOYS.

    Maybe Obama can learn a thing or too from that big boy. If a bully attacks you, fight back.

  • metamanda

    z3n, you also need to learn the definition of “neo-liberal”, which is precisely the opposite of socialist. Neo-liberals believe in the efficiency of private enterprise and free markets. You’re making a pretty good case yourself for the inadequacy of public schools.

  • Eric

    Honestly, the bully got what he deserved fair and square! Im pretty sure Casey’s intentions weren’t to demolish the bully because Casey couldve continued hitting the bully while he was on the floor. Casey showed that kid a lesson, and im sure he learned from it. Casey shouldnt be getting suspended in school, for defending himself … if he was .. i’ll feel like its completely unfair. Put yourself in Casey’s shoes! Put some sense into your head!!!!!

  • Honors Student

    Big props and support to Casey.

    -Stanford, California

  • The one

    it shows that our society is falling a part ! since we are unable to tell right from wrong !
    I would punish the ones who had Casey suspended along with his attacker in a public place for all to see! in a way ! that will put fear in the hearts of all evil doers !
    ITS TIME FOR A CHANGE ! WHERE KINDNESS,JUSTICE, LOVE AND UNITY RULES !
    WE MUST REALIZE THAT WE ARE ALL CONNECTED AS ONE , WITH ONE ANOTHER AND THE UNIVERSE !
    WHAT HAPPENS TO ONE HAPPENS TO ALL OF US WHO LOVE THE TRUTH !

  • Eric_L_blue

    Little fucking cocksucker got what he deserved. Casey should have finished the job and taken a piss in his mouth.

  • Bricolty1

    Good job Casey, you did what you had to do and the little shit deserved it. His parents should thank you cause their little bully son might stop being a shithead. Bet he won’t mess with you again.
    Omaha

  • Richard C. Keech, M.D.

    My first reaction on watching the video was that the bully deserved what hed got. Even if that it right, the school — any school — has a fundamental obligation to protect students from anything that interferes with learning and student safety. That the School had allowed any student or students to bully Casey and get away with doing so is a prima facia violation of that basic duty. The student or students who bullied and taunted Casey should have been dealt with long before Casey snapped. If Casey caused significant injuries to the bully, it is appropriate that he should be suspended from school so that the situation can be dealt with, but the bullying student or students deserve suspension, too. Correction of deviant behavior ought to be at the core of all actions taken by the school, rather than punishment. Correction is positive and constructive, whereas punishment is negative and destructive.

  • Guest

    “When do you think you, Obama and the PC police will figure it out????”

    Based on my watch time, we figured it out about 5 hours ago when we sent 110 tomahawks in. Just saying!

  • HeinekenPete

    Casey is now known world-wide, so why not post the punk-ass bully’s name
    and let the whole WORLD laugh at him. THAT would be justice…

  • Cabezacoco

    My applause to Casey. He showed restraint in his reaction by walking away as soon as he finished body-slamming the little dirt-bag. As big as he is, he could have done some damage to that twerp if he had kept up the assault. Yes, suspend Casey for a day for defending himself and not running away (sarcastic tone); but seriously, the school needs to suspend the dirt-bag at least a week for assaulting Casey.

  • ZGardner

    At my school, everyone gets a 7 day suspension and walks away in handcuffs. Whether you throw a punch or not; whether your a legal adult or not. Might as well teach the bully a lesson in the process. Plus it makes you feel better, especially when you find out that your bully’s suspension doesn’t start until they get out of the hospital.

  • serbwog

    hahah legend! a kid who tryed to bully and he fucked up hahahah!!!!

  • ZGardner

    At my school, everyone gets a 7 day suspension and walks away in handcuffs. Whether you throw a punch or not; whether your a legal adult or not. Might as well teach the bully a lesson in the process. Plus it makes you feel better, especially when you find out that your bully’s suspension doesn’t start until they get out of the hospital.
    And schools are surprised when kids go on shooting rampages??? Hello…. its the f’ing bullsh*t like this when the victim gets punished and the bully doesn’t that causes this. The kid gets picked on everyday of his life, and he’s the one that gets punished?!?!?! Sue the school, you have a video of clearly self defense (and schools always settle)!
    I USED to be a bully. Thank God I’m not anymore, I feel bad about it all the time now. Now I’m that guy who comes out of nowhere and beats the sh*t out of people’s bully’s as they are getting bullied. I stand up for those who can’t/need help, I take their suspensions for them.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7JBOQUYNV2FT5RL6VSHNWKSBQM 3for5spotshooter

    Actually he was mugging for the camera..

    The real bully backing him up stepped in then ran away as the school staff member arrived.

    Looks like 3 bullies punking the kid..

    The third…

    Was holding the camera…

    Then thought it funny and posted it on the internet..

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Anthony-Potter/1426107167 Anthony Potter

    Funniest part was watch the little kid lumping around and then collapsing. The big kid could have dismantled that punk after that slam, but like a man who has made his point he simply walks off.

  • FATMAN

    Hey Casey,
    YOU ARE NOW A HONORARY “DEEETROITER”!!!!! YOU ARE WELCOMED IN THE 313. THE HELL WITH THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, THEY NEED TO GET THEIR ASSES KICKED ALSO FOR GIVING YOU A SUSPENSION

  • Strangerfromcl

    Right on that little punk was askin for it and got it but good.. he will think twice about this sort of crap behavior next time!

  • Sexysince82

    That skinny little turd just got saved from a future of an inflated ego and undoubtedly the purchase of a hummer.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7UTWIG5LKJW73PTKL7ADA23SAM john

    Good thing you left Republicans out of the equation, we all know they’re not psychotic bullies. Chickenhawk wars based on lies work out great right genius?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Frank-Remmell/1346312031 Frank Remmell

    Way to go kid!!…Bullies deserve this kind of treatment! Maybe if this bully walks with a crick the rest of his life, it’ll teach him a lesson and remind him of what happens to bullies.

  • Thesamdman

    I was constantly bullied when at secondary school and my father taught me not to fight back. At one point I even paid protection money to another boy to act as ‘minder’ to get me part way home on a few occasions. My father’s reasoning was, to fight back is playing into the bully’s hand and that was what they wanted you to do. I went along with that reasoning and suffered for 4 years until just before I left school.

    I had a similar breaking point to young Casey on one occasion when I was bullied by an ‘under bully’, one slightly lower on the pecking order within the bullying group. I just snapped and went berserk and gave the boy a good hiding. I have to confess, I felt wonderful! At last I had stood up for myself and solved the problem for good. To my great surprise, almost immediately things changed and the bullying stopped and the former bullies were slightly friendly towards me. This was a real turning point.

    That was 40 years ago, I have a young son and daughter now and I just cannot subscribe to my father’s philosophy of becoming a passive target. My experience taught me that the way to stop a bully is to take direct and forceful action – and you will only have to do it once. I will be teaching them to avoid trouble if possible but stand their ground and fight decisively if they are picked on. I don’t want them to have to go through the dread I had when anticipating another day at school.

  • Thesamdman

    I was constantly bullied when at secondary school and my father taught me not to fight back. At one point I even paid protection money to another boy to act as ‘minder’ to get me part way home on a few occasions. My father’s reasoning was, to fight back is playing into the bully’s hand and that was what they wanted you to do. I went along with that reasoning and suffered for 4 years until just before I left school.

    I had a similar breaking point to young Casey on one occasion when I was bullied by an ‘under bully’, one slightly lower on the pecking order within the bullying group. I just snapped and went berserk and gave the boy a good hiding. I have to confess, I felt wonderful! At last I had stood up for myself and solved the problem for good. To my great surprise, almost immediately things changed and the bullying stopped and the former bullies were slightly friendly towards me. This was a real turning point.

    That was 40 years ago, I have a young son and daughter now and I just cannot subscribe to my father’s philosophy of becoming a passive target. My experience taught me that the way to stop a bully is to take direct and forceful action – and you will only have to do it once. I will be teaching them to avoid trouble if possible but stand their ground and fight decisively if they are picked on. I don’t want them to have to go through the dread I had when anticipating another day at school.

  • Auntie Helen

    I guess you lot are brought up with a culture of ‘sue ‘em’ .Here in England you sort your own problems out. That sorts the men from the boys and shows you where you are in the pecking order. Besides we can all recognise the stupid little bully who will go on to own a gun and then get shot one day.
    Why do all say it’s the school’s fault? Do you what the school to send you round with minders all day to keep an eye on you? Whatever happened to parents teaching children what is right and what is wrong? where is this bully’s parents. Hang ‘em I say!!!!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/kellie.lupton Kellie Lupton

    this is the sort of shit that pisses me off i was a victim of bullying now i raise my kids not to be be bullies, however recently my son was assulted at school by a girl that had 2 boys pin him down for her, she had 1 day suspension, since then she has assulted 5 other kids ……… her mum is a COP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 whats that have to say for you……

  • http://www.facebook.com/kellie.lupton Kellie Lupton

    this is the sort of shit that pisses me off i was a victim of bullying now i raise my kids not to be be bullies, however recently my son was assulted at school by a girl that had 2 boys pin him down for her, she had 1 day suspension, since then she has assulted 5 other kids ……… her mum is a COP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 whats that have to say for you……

  • Davey

    When I was at primary school over fifty years ago several boys wanted me to join their gang. I refused and because of this they were constantly having goes at me. I sorted them out when they attacked but the idiotic teachers accused me of being “the bully who is always fighting”. I would be aged about seven or eight but even at that age I could tell that most of the teachers were fools. Not much changes does it?

  • Davey

    When I was at primary school over fifty years ago several boys wanted me to join their gang. I refused and because of this they were constantly having goes at me. I sorted them out when they attacked but the idiotic teachers accused me of being “the bully who is always fighting”. I would be aged about seven or eight but even at that age I could tell that most of the teachers were fools. Not much changes does it?

  • poliltimmy

    Hey nit wit, christian does not deserve capitalization!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bernard-Vollentine/1522424689 Bernard Vollentine

    I’ve been where Casey is. Fat, bespectacled nerd in grammar school with a huge bulls-eye painted on my back., I once literally carried two of my tormentors to the principals office on my back and tearfully advised the shocked secretary that “…they were picking on me.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Anders/100001418688930 Michael Anders

    in my opinion the bully got exactly what he deserved and i don’t think that Casey should have been the one to be punished for defending himself against a bully… i mean seriously how would some of you like it if someone was to come up and hit you in the face? you would fight back too right?!

  • Anonymous

    I’m 35 now and when I was in jr high school (7-9 grades) I had a very similar problem. I fought back and was labeled the trouble maker even when I was the defender. I was suspended several times, even had to change schools. I eventually dropped out at age 16, left home and went to the city where I found drugs and more violence. I was hospitalized, jailed and sleeping in the open for years until I found my wife who saved me. We have been married 7 years and have 2 beautiful children. I worked as a laborer while learning heavy equipment operation and now I have my own excavating business. Super long story short – Help your son now and don’t let him go until you are sure he is ready – otherwise he can waste a lot of time dancing on the knife edge of drugs and violence. These childhood wounds run deep and will boil over eventually. Best wishes.

  • Johnmkelleher

    Lawsuit? School administration? You and your kind ARE the reason most school districts are close to bankruptcy a good deal of the time! Maybe the school administration should have a monitor assigned to each precious little thug just in case he/she forgets themselves and mindlessly decides to punch another human being in the face at some point during their school day? Would that be a more acceptable use of your school tax dollars? Give me a break. Justice was served in this video for the crime committed, in my opinion. Too bad it was video taped. Had it not been, that little punk would have just faded into humiliation like he should have instead of getting even the minimal amount of attention he has. As for big Casey, right on my man! That young man just provided visual gratification for more people who were bullied when they were youngsters than he will ever know! Teach AND discipline your children people….please. No, it’s not easy, but our future depends on it.

  • Dwightmlee

    all bullies should be killed

  • Young601

    Way to go Casey! The bully got exactly what he deserved. And the school district should pay the price for not doing anything to prevent this. I hope they get sued.

  • http://twitter.com/tweetnada John Paul

    This is exactly why you have SCHOOL SHOOTINGS because there is no justice, no support, all animal pecking orders, domination games, and shows we as a society are full of cr@p. Everyone must take things into their own hands, and they do and it escalates and some end up depressed, on medications that have side effects of homicide and suicide, which fuels the inner rage, get guns, bombs, etc, and you get what we have here, a failure.

  • Boballen34

    If Casey was my son, and got suspended for this, I’d take him to Disneyland for his suspension day. Schools are backwards…ridiculous.

  • MDKCS5

    THE END OF THE VIDEO SAYS IT ALL. after the kid gets slammed some other bigger dude steps towards casey to say something…like he was there all along backing his bully buddy. he should get suspended as well along with the girl who pushed him back after casey walked away..There were a lot of bullies in this fight.

  • John

    Hey Jesus,
    Never miss an opportunity to bash America. This bully got what he asked for. Enjoyed your thorough analysis into the American psyche—go hug a tree.

  • Brian Li

    This is what happens when children get fed up! I also want to note that I believe this is a lucky case. Only God knows how many children are bullied all their lives and don’t have a chance or any strength or support to defend themselves. Victims for life! Sad. I’m so glad this happened and perhaps victims around the world will not feel so alone. And HOPEFULLY, the adults and the school administrations and even work environments administration worldwide will not only start paying more attention to injustices occurring right before their eyes but also take responsible actions to protect our society. I can’t believe the victim who just minds his own business had to be suspended. I can’t believe the victim (Casey Heynes) had to be punished because the school did not protect him and allowed atrocities happen to him for who knows how long! Shame on the school. Yeah, if the bullies parents won’t discipline them, what can we do??? We must take the matter into our own hands…

  • Brian Li

    YEAH ! Shame on the school for not protecting Casey Heynes and for suspending him, the victim for who knows how long. And when he finally gets fed up & had to take matter into his own hands, now he is the bad guy! BS!!!

  • Brian Li

    SO TRUE!!! What choices do children have in a life, a world where there is no justice and they are the victims??? Either one ends their life or defend themselves!

  • Littlefroggy

    i bet he wont pick on him again the little scrote

  • Sue

    Right on Casey!!!! Enough is enough

  • Triggerpoint1

    Casey gets suspended because he would not take the abuse any longer. No wonder these kids feel they can torment others given the example set by the school authorities. The one who threw the first punch was the ONLY one who should have been suspended. You did good Casey despite what your local school authorities are trying to tell you. Casey you should consider running for Class President. Good job man.

  • Anonymous

    Your sign in name says it all. You are “uninformed” and as such maybe you should keep your “uninformed” opinions to yourself since they are stupid, moronic and gee whiz, uninformed. If you want to bring political slurs into this conversation which has nothing whatsoever to do with politics, we can talk about the heartless, greedy, selfish, ignorant, sheeple righties who have colluded with Wall Street and have sold the USA and its hardworking middle class down the river. But that doesn’t belong on THIS TOPIC!
    On the topic – Good for you Casey! This female “lefty” supports you 100%!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YCWGJZJIXNXTABHOR7CG4JUV6I PJ

    Yeah that littler kid could have gotten really hurt–but he didn’t. And he still received a valuable ass kicking that will teach him not to be such an a-hole next time. Hope it becoming viral brings that little twirp added shame. Go Casey!

  • commoncents

    good job casey!!! stand up for yourself, but be careful too, don’t get blamed for someone else’s stupidity, sometimes it’s good to swallow your pride, but in this case you did the right thing to that little beotch.

  • Freddie

    Victory to the Victim !!! – but did you spot the bully’s mate going after Casey ?

  • Mlv080598

    I total agree with you pal!!

  • Nguyenhercm

    I was in your son’ situation almost 50 years ago in my country. The bully lived near to our home. He bullied almost every boys and sometimes girls in our neighborhood. I decided to fight back. He was scare of me. My dad was afraid of this boy and yelled at me when I was fighting him (he was much bigger than I), but I got suport from my mother . Every body in my neighbor knew this kid and all afraid of him. I decided to protect my friends as well after that incident. I’d hit him first every time I saw him in our neighborhood. He still bullied others when I was not there but he behaved better afterward. People in this country are making an excuse for those coward little monster that worsen the problem.

  • Izzy

    Alex. Speak for yourself. I am a teacher and I deeply care for these kids. Myself and other colleagues get completely annoyed when we report bullying and nothing happens, even though there is a zero tolerance policy. So saying we don’t care is a bunch of bull. Its administration that calls the shots.

  • Sandytay1968

    They both did get suspended , zero tolerence rule .

  • IllinoisJoe

    The only bad thing is that Casey didn’t pick that little pos up and slam him 7 or 8 more times crippling him for life. For the rest of his undeserved life, every day that pos wakes up his first thought would be how much he hurts.
    Personally, If I was Casey’s father, I’d follow the little punk home and cripple his father as well for raising such a piece of garbage.

  • TheCaseyKilled:P

    God Casey Was Smart To Attack Back At That Small Little Moron.

  • supportiveparent

    I would tell my children to stick up for themselves any day. If there was a bully, you first try to walk away or ignore it. If that does not work, and the bully puts his or her hands on you, then you fight back. My kids are not violent by any means, but I hope that if faced with a persistent bully, they know when to fight back. And if a bully doesn’t know better than not to pick on someone twice their size, they are gonna get hurt! Common sense.

  • Dee

    I was bullied as a young girl all through high school, I completely understand how it feels, I can’t remember how many times I wished I could do things like that in revenge, I am not saying that it wasn’t extreme…he had had enough, where are the teachers, it had to have gone on for sometime to get the victim that upset, when my child goes to school I would hope that teachers or parents were more involved to at least to stop things like this from ever getting to this point….Our kids need our protection so they do not have to react this way as it could have been a very very bad injury, I hope the little bully and all his friends learn a lesson from it, he could have a broken back right now and is very lucky….maybe take it as a sign…not to bully anyone.

  • wiseone

    THE REASON PEOPLE GET BULLIED IS BECAUSE THEY ARE ANTI SOCIAL WIENERS. THE REASON THEY DONT FIGHT BACK IS BECAUSE THEY ARE WIENERS. NOT SAYING BULLYING IS RIGHT BUT IF YOU PARENTS WOULDNT BE SUCH WIENERS RAISING YOUR KIDS THEY WOULDNT GET BULLIED

  • Cmiller524

    The zero tolerance is a PC policy that is lacking rationality. Is the kid supposed to stand there and take a dangerous beating?

    When there is clear evidence of fault and instigation…the aggressor should be punished, not the kid who defends himself.

  • Anonymous

    Honestly, some of you people really need to learn how to read for comprehension.

    The school’s fault here is redundantly obvious. Specifically, it went out of its way to promote itself as a safe haven where bullying is “not tolerated,” etc., and that clearly was just so much publicity hogwash seeing as Casey had apparently been tormented by these putrid, scrawny little twerps for ages at this supposed “safe haven.” Then when he finally took matters into his own hands and defended himself, he got suspended (or so it was being reported at the time).

    If being punished for defending yourself is appropriate in your eyes, all I can say is that you MUST be from England, which brings me to the asinine and typically pompous and condescending comment about how English people “sort their own problems out.” Honey, please, I doubt many people here are buying that crock. If you live in England and somebody breaks into your house to rape, molest, rob, torture or kill you or your wife or your children, then you better *pray* that he has a gun because if you use lethal force to defend against somebody who’s just busted down the front door and advanced into your bedroom, YOU will go to jail for using excessive force.

    Here in the good ol’ US of A we face no such dilemmas, thank goodness. Forcibly enter my house with nefarious intent and you can say goodbye to life. All very mete and proper.

    In any event, justice was served, and served poetically. I give full and righteous props to my good man Casey and wish him the best.

  • caz

    I was bullied as a kid and it sucked,so good on casey the little shit deserved it and was very lucky that casey didnt do more than just body slam him.Keep your head up casey the world is supporting you,and maybe future bullies might think twice before they torment any other person.I snapped after many years of bullying and was left alone after that as by themselves they are all cowards.

  • Zane

    its purely a matter of who got hurt worse. i wish that little cunt got punished.

  • Katsclown1001

    Although I do not agree with violence, I think Casey handled this very well, he did not over do it beating the kid senseless but instead took charge of the situation by giving the tormentor one good slam to the ground and then walking away. I applaud you Casey Heymes for getting your bully to stop with “just enough” self defense and without going over board… WAY TO GO CASEY ;-) You are an example to all who are bullied and who do the bullying that enough is enough!

  • RealitySandwich

    Good for Casey. He handled that well. That bully had it coming.

  • Jmccoy

    Criminal charges for defending yourself? What a load of crap. Good for you Casey

  • http://twitter.com/tweetnada John Paul

    true, that little kid could easily have died or had been paralyzed and been a quad 4 the rest of his life. Then later as an adult, typing with his tongue, or eyes, he would be an advocate against bullying and bullies.

  • http://twitter.com/tweetnada John Paul

    or, go overboard and shoot. You can’t honestly say that children bullied don’t have fantasies of gunning down all their tormentors since it seems the only solution and soothes their feelings of powerlessness and injustice. Rambo, superheros, etc.

  • http://twitter.com/tweetnada John Paul

    I was bullied by a kid, and I was the school bus DRIVER. This kid bullied other kids on the bus first so I had paperwork on writing him up. The mother came to talk to me one day instead of her kid getting on the bus, and of course, all the exact things the kid did on my bus, he told his mother that I did those things to the kids and him. Why? because at one point, the kid got in trouble from other things he did on the bus, so he tried to get his mother to bully me and the bus company by lying to his mother. She never got anywhere since I had the paperwork and after interviews with all the parents, all the managers at the company, and all the kids on the bus, she had no support on her side. Sure did make a big mess and take a lot of peoples time and money. Long story short, I didn’t get in trouble, and the kid & family moved.

  • spotsymom

    I agree w/you Spirit. First thing I noticed was the size difference between these two kids. Casey is 16 and the other kid is only 12. The fact that Casey had enough strength to overpower him, lift him up, and then body slam him, means that he could have walked away with a lot less effort.

    No one is a hero here. If a bystander intervened then there would have been a hero. This story could have been about a real tragedy. If this kid died after being thrown on the pavement, Cody would be labeled a murderer. People would be up in arms demanding he be tried as an adult and criticizing his parents for letting him watch too much wrestling. I find it interesting that he chose to snap and retaliate when a younger and weaker aggressor approached him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1148241277 Dino Reed

    Hi mate, im a single father of two girls, and i have watched your attack over and over.I even showed my kid’s what happened to you…. All i can say is you did what you had to do, you made a stand and said straight out that your not taking no more and then you made your stand against that guttless little twit… i was bullied and beaten at school as well the difference with me is my teachers and fellow students were aware of it yet did nothing to stop it..
    Be proud of who you are and the beliefs you hold close to you and continue to grow in to the man we all you will become…when you said you considered suicide i cried as ive been there i attempted it three times so i understand where you were in your heart when you contemplated it hold your head high my friend and know you are just as important as the next person and you deserve all the happiness in the world….
    you are one step higher now my friend and other bullies should reconsider there actions and get beyond that themselves and develop in to ppl who are respected rather than feared.. i hope your life becomes happier and holds joy in your heart, but know that my kids and i are behind you all the way … take care mate and all the best always

  • Stringfellow Hawke

    The girl only came in at the end and she was defending Casey by pushing the bullies buddy away from him and telling him to back off. I applaud her too, besides Casey defending himself

  • Adriel Minnifield

    if someone hit me i would say wwjd u know i mean everybody has a breaking point so if you keep hitting on me im goin to snap no matter wat i mean.im not sayin that their was a reason for him to do that but u know wat goes around comes around u know wat i mean.my mom always told me if you can pass a lick you can recieve one.so all i have to say is he got what he deserved.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PERZE73YFGFFVCRHQHLCW346VU Sarah Carroll

    Not exactly. It will just cause the administration to band items such as cell phones, camcorders, cameras, etc. You can never make a school “bully free”, especially by filing a lawsuit. If anything, it will simply cause more of an uprising and get more kids involved in trying to bully other children(Since children tend to go against the laws and rules, doing this will get them more excited and ready to cause trouble-of course those are only the idiotic morons like the scrawny kid above)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PERZE73YFGFFVCRHQHLCW346VU Sarah Carroll

    Not exactly. It will just cause the administration to band items such as cell phones, camcorders, cameras, etc. You can never make a school “bully free”, especially by filing a lawsuit. If anything, it will simply cause more of an uprising and get more kids involved in trying to bully other children(Since children tend to go against the laws and rules, doing this will get them more excited and ready to cause trouble-of course those are only the idiotic morons like the scrawny kid above)

  • Sitco2

    What more needs to be said? Way to go Casey! And three cheers for the person with the camera! It’s high time for a public outcry to put an end to bullying!

  • Jeff

    So one time new kid came to school and all local punks would get lunch money from many freshmen, and he payed. But then he count that he gives so much money that he could buy a bike in half year or full year. One time he gave this idea to other freshmens and seniors heard that and told him he aint making home that they would woup his ass to death, kid knew there was no justice from anyone, not from teachers cause its ussr and not from freshmens cause they are scared and seen other kids get their bones broken. so kid waited and look through the window after school and saw many ppl waiting for him. so he took his pencil, sharpened, and waited for many ppl to get to beat him and decide to prove a lesson…he made sure he looks scared so it takes only one senior to beat him, well when he got out two came up to him but he was very fast and poked guys eye with a pencil, then did the other, made kid blind, other guys took his buddy and all were shocked and called for help bout crazy kid. they called kid crazy but after year he had good grades and he explained: I knew if i wouldnt do it i still would get beat every day and give money away and been beaten to death cause i went against their gang. brave boy, i think some punks just need to be really dropped one day like this bacteria by a big boy.

  • Zaynesimardmoore

    i am about 5’2 and i have got picked on by taller kids i told my best friend he is 6’6 and beat the crap out of the bully he did not get suspended cause he was not on school property. But my point is that don’t be afraid to tell anyone about someone bullying . The kid that was bullying me was 5’12
    .Now you ready i am now 6’10 and the kid that bullied me got to the high school and was 6’1 i can now beat the crap out of that kid the funny thing is that i did and still to this day in school i do karate i
    can do high kicks inany dirrections you should try it some time it feels cool in compotitions to just be able to knock someones lights out and not get suspended for it but i do get suspended in school anyways no one even bothers to bully me and my friends

  • B.G.

    Too bad he didn’t kill the little fucker.

  • Trevor Mann

    Any violence in school is just not on, I was in a school where this type of thing happened daily – (I was on the bully side of things) so I did not get it too bad. There has to be a lot more to this story, although no matter what is behind this story, that skinny little runt deserved all he got and more. If someone had retaliated against me like that when I was the perpetrator of bullying, I would have matured a lot faster and I think I would have given up on my bullying ways immediately. Both parents of these kids need to have a serious discussion to ensure that it does not happen again, the little runts folks need to beat it into him if necessary, and the bigger kid needs to get his confidence levels up so that bullies leave him alone in the first place. Parents, make sure your boys are boys, capable of holding their own in these situations before it gets to a point where the kid snaps. If that slam dunk had been slightly to the left, the little runt might have had his skull cracked open and could have died from such a blow. Parents listen to your kids and make sure you control this behaviour, whichever side of the fence your kid is on.

  • Adbundy

    Just watched this again…. Get Casey  signed up for the Greco Roman wrestling program wherever he lives. That is a perfect 5 point Greco throw and a match ending throw. It is perfectly legal and perfectly performed. GO CASEY!!!!

  • anonymous

    No, Billteud. You grow up.Dr. D is right about what he or she typed.

    You think that pacifism is always the answer to every violent problem? if so, you’re living on another planet.

    You try bullying a lot of people and see if they don’t retaliate at you. Don’t be surprised if they do.

    As for you Dr. D, I couldn’t have typed what you typed better myself. I’m fed up with all that pacifist do-gooder crud. It reeks self-righteousness, naivety, and hypocrisy. In other words, pacifism is a black and white way of thinking while violence leans towards the gray area.

  • anonymous

    Cut that goody-goody “turn the other cheek” junk. It doesn’t always work in this world. Sometimes you have to fight whether you like it or not.

  • Eradicate bullying forever.

    Shut the hell up, you self-righteous deluded prick! You don’t know what the hell you’re babbling about. Are you suggesting that nobody should do anything about bullies and just let them be? Suppose a school permits bullying to the extreme. It deserves to be sued.

    What you typed is hypocritical. And here’s how:

    “You pointed out that the school Casey attended should punish his bully and commend Casey after you type that bullying is part of how kids are.”

    What if I’m we’re both kids, I bullied you you to death, and tell you that’s how I am? Would you accept it. Schools who punish students for defending themselves against bullies are examples of people who punish good people and rewarding bad ones. You should be ashamed of yourself for tolerating bullying.

    Let’s say someone you care a great deal about gets bullied to the extreme. Would you allow that to happen? If so, you could get in big trouble especially with the law.

    I’ve had it with bullying and I want it gone forever. I mean, people who bully others can  grow up to be worse bullies. Think about that.

  • voice of reason

    If you don’t want people to be racist but want them to be counseled, then you shouldn’t swear. Cussing while telling people off for being racist and telling them that they need counseling is hypocritical. A true anti-racist and advisor doesn’t curse.

  • anonymous

    Yes it does. I learned it.

  • voice of reason

    “In my day, you were allowed to defend yourself, and the person who
    started it got the worst punishment. Both should have been suspended,
    the little one should be visited by the juvenile authorities.”

    What a hypocritical paragraph that is. You point out that people were allowed to defend yourself in your day and the person who started it got the worst punishment but next point out that both should have been suspended. That sounds like you want them punished whne it’s clear only one of them should be punished. Pathetic.

    If you allow others to defend themselves, only the one who started it should be suspended and the one who defended it should be rewarded.

    You don’t deserve any friends if you think that victims should be punished for defending themselves. I mean, punishing self-defense is just as bad as bullying.

    Think about what I’m telling you.

  • Anythingia05

    What everyone who has written a comment on this incident is missing is one simple message-IT ALL STARTS AT HOME!  Too many parents are too busy working, partying, socialising or whatever, instead of teaching their kids to treat everyone equal, whether they are of a different race, whether they are gay or str8, fat or skinny, whatever it may be.  My mother always made sure I treated everyone equal, and learning to forgive those who did me wrong, and believe me, being tall and slim, I was abused and taunted, beaten alot. But I perservered and now I’m in my 60′s and I watch with great sadness at what goes on in this country now.  Also the courts are at fault, as you cannot spank a child, for that would be abuse- BUt many children are spoiled by not having to learn how to do math without a calculator, learn by reading and studying, not looking it up on a computer u have at school.  No wonder this country is in the shape it’s in.  I’m rather glad I won’t be around to see it destroy it self in the near future.!

  • ron

    The victim was BIGGER …

    How can you miss that.

    I had a PC Super in Spencer who told me that if a smaller kid hit me … and I did nothing … it was MY fault as I was bigger.

    I should “know better”

    Happens all the time … little kid sees a toy that a big kid has … so he cries and points … the big kid has to give up his toy … and the big kid is lucky if he doesn’t get yelled at or punished.

  • Trolls suck

    Shut up and get the hell off here, no-lifer.

  • Stfu

    Hey, liar. You’re wrong and he or she is right. If you don’t like what he or she typed, then get the hell off here.

  • Aryan187

             I myself was bullied all through high school…I am 30 now and once a sweet passive non violent person.  It seems like this is a pervasive thing all across america and australia apparently.   It has gotten worse since I was in school….no one ever helped me when I told a teacher….my mother came to my schools many times and nothing was ever done…infact the teachers would have “concerns” about me being a loner. The day I fought back then all the sudden there was a problem and I was expelled from school.  I firmly believe there is favortism for kids that are part of certain social strata.  To make a long comment short I thank god my mother took my side….if not for that I dont think i would be alive today

  • Aryan187

               When I was in middle school…before I started to fight back I was well aware of both parties getting suspended so I curled up and took it….I was still suspended over the zero tolerance policy that the school took….from then on i said fuck it

  • Ssathar

    I don’t blame students who physically retaliate against bullies (especially if the bully doesn’t want to be reasoned with) in fact  and in my opinion it’s justifiable if the victim assaults the bully with reasonable force. I’m sure that with some bullies it’s their parents’ fault that their son and/or daughter are bullies which is why I have no sympathy for SOME parents who get blamed and in some cases even sued for the actions of their son and/or daughter’s bullying behavior.And even if some people may disagree but I choose not to blame students who disrespect or at least tell off school officials who have the nerve to protect bullies and punish victims.In fact if there is some law that’s “designed” to protect bullies and punish victims than such a law is stupid and unjust to the victims of bullying.Finally if a victim physically restrains a bully or bullies (whether it’s that Casey fellow or someone else) and the bully or bullies back off  than therefore I personally feel that the victim won’t need to hit and/or fight back the bully or bullies.

  • anon

    Being indifferent to wheover gets suspended and claiming that high school isn’t important are just as bad as punishing Casey for defending himself. The ones who should punished are Richard and Casey’s school administrators.

    If you never go to high school, then you won’t have a good life ahead of you.

  • guest

    Even though I support violence is certain situation and support Casey for what he did to Richard, I must point that you are a hypocrite in that you point out that every religion’s set out to destroy those who don’t believe like that Jesus guy who posted on here.

    Newsflash: Not all religions are out to destroy nonbelievers! Think twice before passing judgment onto everyone who disagrees with you.

  • You suck.

    You’re such a suck-up for typing that deluded lying shit. As an ass kisser of the guy you responded to, I’d like to see Casey pound both of your asses.

  • Screw you!

     You have no idea what a delusional, fucked up, and retarded liar you are. You blame Casey’s supporters for being callous yet you support Richard for what he did? What a hypocrite you are.

    It seems to me that you’re against self-defense. If I’m Casey, I’d whip your sorry ass right then and there.

    If I didn’t know better, I’d say that you suck up to Richard. It you think that being picked on his harmless, then you’re full of shit.

    One other way that you’re hypocritical is that you bitched about Casey sending Richard to hospital but also typed that Casey should get his ass whipped. Turns out that you’re no better than Casey.

    You try picking on lots of innocent people constantly and see if they don’t retaliate. Don’t be surprised if they do.

  • You bet.

    Couldn’t have typed that better myself.

  • send casey haters to jail

    you dare send casey to jail and i’d whollop on your pansy little ass before i bust him out. you’re such a whiney little pacifist do-gooder who thinks that self-defense is useless. fyi, it’s not!

    if i’m casey and some cop tries to haul me to prison, i’d fight back.

    you ought to be sent to jail for being like a snitch against casey.

  • anti-fusillijerry

    says a mindless do-gooder who thinks that everyone should suck up to bullies. how about i bully you?

  • send casey haters to jail

    shut the hell up and send yourself to jail instead of casey, you self-righteous do-gooder!

  • Izzy hater

    Izzy is nothing but a deluded, self-righteous, bully-supporting, and cowardly know-it-all who pander sot bullies and blames victims for bullying. You must be really messed up if you follow him.

  • Anti-bully

    I pay my respects to you as I do to Casey. Why, I wish that I could meet you in real life (if you’re honest about what you typed and if you live up to your username).

    If you ask me, I do more than agree with you. I stand by your side loyally. Well, online, that is. But if I meet you in real life and you are who you claim you are. I’d become one of your most faithful followers.

    *Bows respectfully from the waist down.*

    P.S. If you defend me from many bullies and their supporters, I’d do the same for you.

  • Bullies must pay.

    Do you have any idea how hypocritical and sick-minded you sound? How dare you tell other people to enjoy being bullied. That’s like telling others that they should have fun being spineless and mindless doormats, and commit suicide. Pathetic.

    It turns out that you changed from a victim to a bully.  Now that’s shameful.

    How would you like it if I bully you for the rest of your life and force you to enjoy it?

  • Casey rules.

    No, Casey’s not at fault. Richard is. Got it?!

  • enemy of Spiritofvincennes

    You do that and you’d be in as much trouble as Richard is. Hell, you and your ten-year-old deserve to have the shit kicked out of you and him or her.

  • anon

    it sounds to me that you’re a self-righteous hypocrite.

  • Casey rules.

    What a deluded lie that is. Casey ISN’T a bully. Richard is.

    How would you like it if I bully you for fun? Would you want me to be suspended.

    You should pull your head out of your ass and look at the picture more closely.

  • Casey rules

    Couldn’t have typed that better myself.

  • Casey rules

    You tell him, sir or ma’am.

  • casey’s da bomb

    u dare lie about casey? what an evil, closed-minded, self-righteous, delusional, and hypocritical bigot u are! if i didn’t know better, i’d say that u worship satan.

    ur a hypocrite in that u claim to be nonviolent but suggest that he be punished and executed. how about if i believe u relentlessly, u attack me me, and get punished for it? would u like that?

    it’s really pathetic that u want people to be mindless conformists. if that’s what u want, then why don’t u go straight to hell ‘n’ fuck the devil in the ass? it’ll save casey and his supporters the trouble of reading your deluded babble.

  • casey’s da bomb

    in ur dreams, dickhead.

  • You suck.

    This didn’t come out right:

    “As an ass kisser of the guy you responded to, I’d like to see Casey pound both of your asses.”

    So now, I’ll rephrase it this way to you:

    “Since you’re an ass kisser of the guy you responded to, I’d like to see Casey pound both of your asses.”

    What I mean by “Casey pound both of your asses” is “Casey pound your ass and Spiritofvicennes’s asses.”

  • he who’s nameless

    for your information, not all people who have that “leave it to God” mentality are crazy. you seem to live up to your username if you think that people who leave every problem to God is crazy.

    i agree with you on not giving bullies second chances and on doing what we can to keep us safe from evil. but there’s also supernatural evil that’s too powerful for humans alone to handle. and that’s when God should come into the picture and defend against that evil.

    while it’s true that God does expect people to stand up for themselves and for what’s right, He also helps out those who call on him when they have problems that are too hard for them to solve.

    so try not to think that you and other people are so powerful that you can solve every problem in the world with little or no effort. after all, everyone needs help from time to time, especially since no one is superhuman, although it would be awesome to be that way.

  • anon

    what a self-righteous comment that is.

  • you bet

    if only such a strict law against bullies really exists, that would be wonderful.

  • DB

    To true. That little runt deserved everything he got, what a jerk.

  • anon

    i’ve read something like that in another website. if that’s a true, then it’s a real shame.

  • anon

    even if Barraman’s logic isn’t correct? that’s what you think.

  • anonymous

    No, Bill Mather. You grow up. Dr. D is right about what he or she typed.

    You think that pacifism is always the answer to every violent problem? if so, you’re living on another planet.

    You try bullying a lot of people and see if they don’t retaliate at you. Don’t be surprised if they do.

    As for you Dr. D, I couldn’t have typed what you typed better myself.
    I’m fed up with all that pacifist do-gooder crud. It reeks self-righteousness, naivety, and hypocrisy. In other words, pacifism is a
    black and white way of thinking while violence leans towards the gray
    area.

  • anonymous

    I was wrong that that same Bill is the notorious Bill Maher. But like Bill Maher, he is hypocrite.

  • anonymous

    You people who voted Bill are just suck-ups. DR D is right about what he typed.

  • guest

    you’re so right , anonymous. I support you just as i support Dr D. whoever voted you down is a small-minded, self-righteous, and judgmental.

  • anonymous

    How could you think that?! I’m all for defending one’s self from bullies. But accepting punishment for standing up for what’s right is just as bad as accepting beatings from bullies. If someone punished me for defending myself, I’d fight back at the ones dishin’ out the punishments and threaten them not to punish me again.

  • anonymous

    “No offense to anyone who thinks Casey shouldn’t have done this or should be suspended, I can respect your opinion, but I view that as totally wrong.”

    That’s really hypocritical of you type. If you support Casey and understand what he went through, then you wouldn’t think and point out that it’s wrong. What Casey did to Richard is necessary. Otherwise, he Gale would continue to bully Heynes without mercy.

    You see? Violence may not be the best thing in the world. But sometimes, it’s necessary to use. Besides, how would you like it I bullied you continuously and ordered you not to defend yourself. By taking away people’s right defend themselves, you’re taking away their freedom. And you wouldn’t want that happen to you.
    So think about that.

  • guest

    i don’t suppose you have any idea how hypocritical you sound. first, you support fighting back at bullies. next, you typed that it’s okay to lose. then, you typed that bullies will pick on someone less likely to fight back. for your information, the purposes of fighting back at bullies are to try and win against them, and make sure they don’t pick on anyone every again.
    if I pick on you, I bet that you’d do whatever you can to win against me just as I bet that you’d warn me never pick anybody again.

  • Marty

    by suspending Casey you send a message loud and clear
    that the school administration supports bullying.
    good boy Casey, that little shyt wont mess with you again

  • Totally sue the school(s)!

    “Stop blaming all that goes wrong in the world on the schools.”

    Sometimes, schools have to blamed for punishing students who do the right thing. If ur school punished u for defending for urself, wouldn’t u strike back? I know that I would if any of the schools that I attend did that to me, u hypocrite.

  • I doubt it.

    “Yep teachers, just like politicians, totally out of touch with reality.”

    Not all of them.

  • to hell with bullies

    i agree with u there to a certain extent, my fellow bully hater. same thing goes for people who against anti-bullying. what i by that is that people who are totally against anti-bullying should die with extreme bullies. i mean, who the hell are they to decide if kids should be bullied? no one deserves to be bullied.

    all people who claim that anti-bullying activists are bullies and that anti-bullying is bullcrap, bullshit, etc. are self-righteous, deluded, and hypocritical liars who want all victims to suck up to bullies and allow bullying to last forever. well, i say, “no more bullying and anti-anti-bullying for it has gone too damn far! therefore, thery’re never acceptable and never will be!”

  • Oh, puh-leeze.

    Although I’m glad that you’re against bullying and support Casey for what he did, you sound like you’re doing those in this wrong way: “Accepting suspension for fighting back at bullies.” For your information, true anti-bullies don’t accept punishment for being against bullies because doing that would make them seem like they allow bullies to get away with what they do.

    If anyone punished me for defending myself, I wouldn’t accept it. Instead, I’d strike back as much as I could and warn the ones dishing out the punishment never to punish me again.

  • No way.

    That’s not what a true anti-bully accepts, u excuse for anti-bully. If you’re a true anti-bully, then u don’t accept punishment for being against bullies.

  • anon

    why add “WAY TO GO CASEY!!!”" after you make it sound like he should be suspended with richard? casey never should been suspended. it’s richard only who should have been suspended.

    a true casey fan would never allow that victim to be punished.

  • nobody

    Gimme a break! Schools are important for people because it helps them to prepare for the real world. But bullying isn’t.

    And takin’ Casey to Disneyland during his suspension is like celebrating being punished. How dare u suggest such a thing.

    No one should ever enjoy being punished. It’s like receivin’ pleasure from bullied, which is sick-minded.

    If Casey’s ur son and he gets punished, u should get back at the school for suspending him.

  • excuse me

    but sometimes violence is necessary when it comes to defending one’s self and others. u claim that anti-bully people should take action but ur against violence. hypocrite much?

    if u try being a pacifist to all bullies, chances are that they’ll walk walk over u. and that’s when fighting back should come into play.

  • anonymous

    oh great, more hypocritical babble from you. and here’s how that’s hypocritical:

    “you claimed that schools must nurture a fight-back attitude but claimed that bullying can never be stopped.”

    if you want to support victims, then bullying has to be stopped forever! i’m fed up with bullies going too far in pickin’ on victims due to my being terrorized by the a lot.

  • anonymous

    sounds to me that you’re a bully supporter, dumb-ass. if those bullies wanted to hit casey some more, then he should mow all of them down like hell.

    the people who voted you up are blind suck-ups.

  • anonymous

    all the douchebags who voted you are blind suck-ups. have fun fuckin’ them in jail, hypcorite.

  • casey’s da bomb

    i meant to type “bullying” in place of “believe” just as i didn’t mean to put”me” twice in one sentence.

    anyway, if u wanna get walked all over by violent bullies for the rest of ur life, be my guest. but don’t blame me if u suffer the consequences. instead, blame urself.

  • Oh boy.

    How ironic it is that u understand Casey retaliating and criticizing the bad things happening when u also swore. Now that’s hypocritical. For ur information, a true critic doesn’t swear. If ur against bad things happening physically, then u should also be against bad language.

    By using bad words, u become the very person u criticize: an aggressor.

  • in ur dreams

    what a lie that is.

  • follower of The one

    You, sir or ma’am, are one of my favorite people in this webpage because of what you posted. I couldn’t have typed what you typed better myself. And for that, I support you willingly.

    This world needs more people like. It’s a shame that the number of bad things that happened in this world have increased. Well I say, “Enough of that.”

    We must put a stop to villains as much as possible so that they don’t consume this planet. After all, they should realize that they don’t rule good people and that they never will, especially since they have no right to antagonize like heck.

    Anyway, I salute you willingly for your post. And I hope that you live up to what you typed.

  • follower of The one

    You, sir or ma’am, are one of my favorite people in this webpage because of what you posted. I couldn’t have typed what you typed better myself. And for that, I support you willingly.

    This world needs more people like. It’s a shame that the number of bad things that happened in this world have increased. Well I say, “Enough of that.”

    We must put a stop to villains as much as possible so that they don’t consume this planet. After all, they should realize that they don’t rule good people and that they never will, especially since they have no right to antagonize like heck.

    Anyway, I salute you willingly for your post. And I hope that you live up to what you typed.

  • someone

    It seems to me that ur hypocritical in this way: U claim that bullied victims should fight back by hitting bullies back but not pull out knives an’ kill them. What if the bully or bullies want to kill u and will do anything take your life? Would u stand there ‘n’ let him or her do that?

    There are bullies in this world who are so bad that the only way to stop them is to put an end to their lives.

    That “avoid killin’ the bully” thing is mostly a load o’ goody-goody hooey. I’m so fed up with bullying that I want it gone forever. So I say, “To hell with bullies! Let ‘em pay the prices for the extreme bullying with their lives!”

    If people punish those who kill bullies, then they should punished instead by bein’ jailed while letting the anti-bullies go free.

  • he who’s nameless

    dang it! i forgot to capitalize the H in the word “him.” my bad.

  • guest

    stop it with the sarcasm.

  • anonymous guest

    you bet.

  • Casey supporter

    I couldn’t have posted that better myself.

  • Casey’s the bomb.

    Only Richard deserves punishment, you numbskull! How would you like it if he bullied you and you couldn’t take it anymore?!

    People who are against what Casey did to Rick are goody-goody hypocrites. If you act all pacifist to downright nasty people, they’ll stomp on your ass in no time.

    If Casey’s my son and he got punished, I’d sue his school.

  • Casey’s the bomb.

    You’re so right. And I mean it.

  • oh brother

    if anyone got back at me for fighting back, i’d likely lash out at him or her tenfold and warn him or her not to retaliate at me again.

    if you support self-defense, then you shouldn’t try to point out that that makes people bigger targets in the future. after all ,self-defense is a right and part of human nature. without it, chaos would reign supreme.

    i’m peeved at the people who punished you for defending yourself. it’s as if they reward bad people and punish good ones. if those are true, they should be arrested.

  • oh brother

    you go, sir or ma’am. it’s a shame that many people play that pity party just to get people anti-bully people to let bullies get away with whatever they do. i bet that’s a ruse to allow bullies to reign supreme.

    if no one wants to get hurt, then he or she shouldn’t start at all because there are consequences to suffer.

  • Casey supporter

    I salute you for posting that, my fellow supporter. I wish that I could meet you in real life. If you live up to what you posted, I’d want to be your assistant.

    *Bows from the waist down.*

  • Casey supporter

    Glad to see that you root for Casey against Richard.

  • Casey supporter

    You tell ‘em. my fellow bully hater!

  • Dominique Heflin

    Your son should have put that punk in the hospital.

  • Dominique Heflin

    AMEN.

  • Dominique Heflin

    He did walk away….after scooping that little punk up and powerbombing his ass onto the pavement. This video made my day. Good on you Casey.

  • Dominique Heflin

    Would probably end with him in the infirmary….and rightly so.

  • Dominique Heflin

    Right you are. He just had enough, and put that punk on the ground, and walked away. Had he snapped, that kid may have never gotten up.

  • Dominique Heflin

    Please, PLEASE tell me you proceeded to double chokeslam them through the secretary’s desk.

  • Dominique Heflin

    Nope. Do like Casey did and put that little ant into the pavement.

  • Dominique Heflin

    LOL if he would have finished with a body splash I would have helped pay for his college education.

  • Dominique Heflin

    Like a BOSS, you mean.

  • Dominique Heflin

    LOL, you’re actually trying to place blame on a kid that merely defended himself? This wasn’t some kid getting mad over some words, he was setup, and was struck multiple times before defending himself, and putting that little insect in his place. Since we’re screaming about what and what isn’t right, picking on some kid because of whatever silly reason may have felt good at first, but it wasn’t right, and look where it got him!

  • Dominique Heflin

    I hope this happens. I also hope Casey powerbombs each little punk that tries it as well. Let them keep up at it. Maybe they will learn their lesson after a week in ICU.

  • Dominique Heflin

    The sun is warm…….there. Take that statement and try to pointlessly tie it in to politics.

  • Dominique Heflin

    Yes it is. The kid having possible broken bones is very ideal conclusion. This is the only way creatures like this can ever learn. You obliterate them. No remorse.

  • anonymous

    I agree with you.

  • anonymous

    I second that.

  • anonymous

    I agree with you.

  • anonymous

    That sounds interesting, ma’am.

  • anonymous

    I’m so with you on that, my fellow Casey fan.

  • anonymous

    Couldn’t have posted that better myself.

  • anonymous

    I’m with you on that.

  • anonymous

    if casey really does that and gets rewarded for it, those actions would be awesome.

  • anonymous

    sounds interesting. but that depends on the kind of creature.

  • anonymous

    you are so right.

  • Casey’s the bomb

    You wish that bt’s right. But he or she (most likely, he) isn’t.

  • anonymous

    that’s exactly right.

  • anonymous

    i side with you as much as i side with casey.


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