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She felt helpless when the 'Minister Of School Education' didn't reply to her 50 voice mails, Facebook and text messages.
Is seeking help to save her child from bullies is her crime?
Melanie Mcnally, from Kensington, Prince Edward Island is trying every possibility to save her son 'Collin' from bullies. Collin has been a victim of extreme abuse and bullying mentally, emotionally and physically for many years in Kensington. After being ignored while trying to speak with the school board and teachers, Mcnally decided to share her condition on social media. She was amazed to see how the whole world is supporting her and her kid to get justice.
Mcnally cried and pleaded for help. She was worried about her son, thinking he would be the next victim of suicide from bullying. She approached the school board, the minister of education and the English school board lawyer for help, but they keep avoiding her inspite of knowing her son's condition.
Getting bullied is painful, many of us have been there. But people like Mcnally and Collin decided to stand against bullies.
The kids taking turns. They threw him into urinals in the bathroom. Such a shame!
Melanie wants justice for her son. She hopes her message would reach the parents of all the children who made her son's life fearful every day instead of the fun happy teenage journey. Also to the members of the school board and the minister of education who support this sort of activity to continue in their school and denied to help Mcnally and Collin. We really don't want Collin to suffer anymore, please spread this message as much as you can. This will also support all those people who are facing the similar situation like Mcnally and her son is facing now.