Charged teen didn’t expect school fight to end in death
کلاس روم میں معمولی سی بات پے ایک لڑکےنے سب کے سامنے اپنے دوست کو موت کے گھاٹ اتار دیا موبائل فوٹیج دیکھیں…!
A 16-year-old girl charged in a high school restroom assault that left another girl dead has maintained good grades and had no prior disciplinary history involving fighting or other disruptive behavior, her lawyer said Tuesday.
Attorney John Deckers also said in a statement to the Associated Press that his client had no way of knowing that the April 21 altercation at Wilmington’s Howard High School of Technology would result in the death of 16-year-old Amy Joyner-Francis.
Deckers’ client, who is accused of repeatedly hitting Joyner-Francis in the head and torso, is charged with criminally negligent homicide. Authorities revealed Monday that Joyner-Francis, who had a pre-existing heart condition, died of sudden cardiac death, with a contributing factor of physical and emotional stress due to physical assault.