The Video Agression Louka, a middle school student from Saint-Amand-Montrond, has caused a shockwave on social media. The widely shared video, seen by millions of people, has exposed the inaction of the school authorities in dealing with such violent incidents. The victim’s mother has criticized the school’s decision to impose a deferred permanent exclusion on the alleged perpetrator. As a result, student safety has become a major concern for parents and local authorities. In this article, loptiengtrungtaivinh.edu.vn will examine the aftermath of this assault, the measures taken to ensure student safety, and the lessons to be learned from this shocking event.
I. Video Agression Louka
A video depicting the assault of 15-year-old Louka, a student at Jean-Moulin middle school in Saint-Amand-Montrond, has gone viral on social media, sparking outrage and demands for justice. In the video, an adolescent is seen violently attacking Louka, who is eventually helped up by other students. The incident, which occurred on January 24, 2023, has been brought to light by Louka’s mother, who has reposted a censored version of the video on Facebook to raise awareness of the lack of action taken by the school.
Louka has suffered serious injuries as a result of the assault, including a cranial trauma, a nasal bone fracture, and several bruises all over his body. His mother has filed a complaint against the school for not taking sufficient action to protect her son.
A disciplinary procedure has been initiated against the perpetrator, who has been suspended from the school until the end of the school year. However, Louka’s family has criticized the decision as being too lenient and has demanded harsher punishment. The academic authorities have announced that they will review the case again at an appeals commission, which is scheduled to take place within a month of April 17, 2023.
The incident has highlighted the need for better protection for victims of violence and bullying in schools, as well as stricter punishments for perpetrators. Louka’s mother has called for greater attention to be paid to the needs of victims and for more support to be provided to them. The incident has also underscored the importance of raising awareness of the dangers of bullying and violence in schools and the need for more effective measures to prevent and address them.
🔴HARCÈLEMENT SCOLAIRE :
VIDÉO – Louka, âgée de 15 ans, et en situation de handicap, est harcelé au collège et est tabassé pour une place de cantine.
👉 Le collégiens avait averti l’établissement qu'il allait être agressé et avait donc demandé de l'aide, mais l'établissement… pic.twitter.com/bkfkaDL3y8
— Click Actu (@ClickActu) April 17, 2023
II. Louka’s mother’s reaction
Louka’s mother is the one who reposted the video of her son’s attack on Facebook, causing outrage and demands for justice in the online community. She stated that she filed a complaint against her son’s school for not taking strong enough action to protect her child. She also opposed the decision of the academic authorities to only suspend the perpetrator and demanded a more severe punishment.
She also used her son’s situation to warn the community about the dangers of violence and bullying in schools. She declared that there is a need to increase protection for victims and provide more support for them.
III. Ongoing investigation
On the other hand, the video has been removed from the Facebook account of Louka’s mother. On Monday, April 17, Louka and his mother, Marie-Line, were invited to the set of the show “Touche pas à mon poste” where she recounted the events leading up to the assault. She stated that on the day of the attack, the perpetrator, who was in 5th grade, asked Louka to leave his seat at the cafeteria since there were no more available seats. Louka refused, which immediately resulted in “a slap behind the head and insults.” The perpetrator threatened Louka, telling him to wait for him after school. Louka alerted a supervisor and another adult, but since nothing had happened in the days leading up to the attack, no action was taken.
After the assault, Louka suffered several days of incapacitation. He sustained a cranial trauma, a nasal bone fracture, and a deviation of the nasal septum. Since then, he has refused to return to school as long as his attacker is still present. “We have not received any apologies from the attacker or his family,” said Marie-Line. According to her, a complaint has been filed, and an academic appeals commission is expected to review the case.
The assault on Louka highlights the urgent need for greater protection and support for victims of violence and bullying in schools. It also underscores the importance of effective measures to prevent and address such incidents. While the disciplinary procedure initiated against the perpetrator is a step in the right direction, the decision to suspend him until the end of the school year has been criticized as too lenient. Louka’s mother has rightly called for stricter punishments for perpetrators and greater attention to be paid to the needs of victims. This incident should serve as a wake-up call for schools and authorities to take immediate and effective action to prevent and address violence and bullying.