- A sister seeking for justice took to Facebook to call out the girls who allegedly hurt her sister
- According to the netizen, her sister got beaten up by four of the girls while she was heading home
- Her younger sister felt hesitant to go to school because she feared that the bullies might hurt her again
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A Facebook user by the name Jomyr Go Bon took to Facebook to call out the bullies who allegedly hurt her younger sister. She wanted justice for her sister who got bruises and scratches after being beaten up by a group of girls.
Her younger sister who is a Grade 8 student of Gen. Pio Del Pilar National HS was heading home alone last February 22, 2019.
In as much as they wanted the bullies to take responsibility for what they did, they are having a hard time because the girls are not going to school anymore. Her younger sister had no idea about their whereabouts.
Another thing that bothers them is that the bullies might hurt her sister again.
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The worried sister also shared the alleged bullies' pictures. This post elicited mixed reactions from the netizens. One of them who claimed to be one of the named bullies' mother reacted in the comment section.
In a previous report by KAMI, a video of an Ateneo student bullying another student went viral. The video drew flak to the netizens. However, the Philippine National Police said that the parents of the child as well as the school officials may be the ones who will be held liable to the incident.
KAMI remains open to both parties who wish to air their side regarding the resolution of this matter.
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