A teacher of special-education school, contravening from a classroom, dragging an autism student through the corridor of the hall of a basic school in Kentucky. After a moment, who was later recognized by the authorities as Tria Abrams, halted and asked the 9 years old autism patient boy, “you want to walk”?
He replied “no”. Responding “OK”, she pulled him by bending his wrists and dragging his weak body across the slick floor and the young child was yelling by her continual pulling and dragging.
According to the statement of the child’s mother. Angel Nelson, she got terribly concerned while she first came to know that her son, who was a patient of autism and he deserves some special treatment from his school, has been pulled and dragged by his teacher in the school corridor. The mother claimed she publicly disclosed the footage of this inhuman treatment by the teacher as she really wanted to raise voice against this pathetic incident. The footage has been viewed by the hundreds of thousands of individuals, triggered the widespread anger and calls for change.
The mother of the victim student told in the police station, “ It broke my heart when I saw the video and I saw all of his new classmates and his friends along the wall, watching him being dragged down the hallway”.
Abrams, who was terminated in this week from Wurtland Elementary School in Greenup County, in Kentucky, appeared in court, where she urged not guilty to a thrash according to her attorney.
Abram’s attorney, Matthew Wisecup, told in an email to the Washington Post that his client “ maintains her innocence” and “ intends to fight this charge in court”.
The video of the brutal incident, which happened on 24th October, executes Abrams was trailing the student by both arms. Then, while one of his arms fell to the ground, she continued to pull him by one wrist.