“I’m going to kill you”: Grown man punches and ‘stamps’ on disabled schoolboy, 13, after lad ‘knocked stick against window’

Reece, 13, was pleading for the man to understand that he was disabled but the man continued to make violent threats before throwing him to the ground and attacking him, his friends have said

A grown man punches and “stamps” on a young schoolboy with ADHD, stands over him and says: “I will kill you, you f****** c**t”.

Video footage of the horrifying attack shows Reece, 13, on the ground being beaten by the man.

The youngster said he had had accidentally hit the man’s window with a stick while playing with pals.

Reece was pleading for the man to understand that he was disabled but the man continued to make violent threats before throwing him to the ground and attacking him, his friends have said.

He was left with a black eye, cuts and bumps to his head, swelling inside his mouth and a suspected concussion.

In the footage, a young voice filming the incident as he approaches the altercation screams: “Oh my god! Oh my god!”

Footage shows the man on top of Reece on the ground (Image: Herald)
Devon and Cornwall Police are appealing for the public’s help to identify the man in connection with what they described was a serious unprovoked assault on a schoolboy in Plymouth.

They have released this photo below.

The incident occurred in Penrith Gardens, Estover, on September 25.

Reece, from Eggbuckland, who has ADHD and a serious speech impediment, sustained multiple injuries from the incident which has left him scared to return to the area, the Plymouth Herald reports.

Reece – who does not want to give a surname – said he accidentally hit a window with a stick while playing with his friends, then a man approached the group.

A photo released by police of the man they wish to speak to over the incident (Image: Herald)
He added: “He said ‘what’s going on?’ He said ‘it was you wasn’t it?’.

“He said: ‘you hit the window’ and I said ‘I didn’t mean to’. He said ‘I’m gonna break your legs’.

“He said he was going to call his brother.

“I just said ‘I didn’t mean to’.”

The footage shows the man attacking Reece shouting “I’m going to kill you, you f****** c***”.

Reece’s friend, Tommy, was present during the serious assault.

Tommy added: “There were about 25 of us, we went out about four-ish.

The man was since repeatedly striking Reece in the footage (Image: Herald)
“He had a stick, he was swinging it about but didn’t intentionally mean to do it but a little bit on the end snapped off and it caught the window.

“This guy came out and started having a go at everyone and Reece just walked off but then the rest of us were having a go at him.

“He said ‘I’m gonna get your brother, he’s your age.

“Reece came back and said ‘mate I’m sorry I’m disabled, I’m just messing about’.

“Then he said ‘I don’t care if you’re disabled my brother is gonna batter you’, he’s about your age as well, he turned up and he was about 18/19.”

The scene where boys were attacked (Image: Herald)

Reece, from Eggbuckland, has ADHD and a serious speech impediment (Image: Herald)
The group walked off at that point but then the perpetrators found Reece.

Tommy said the group gathered around Reece and punched him several times before pushing him to the floor and stamping on him.

Caroline, Reece’s mum, said she had been left worried to let him play out with friends after the incident and now made sure she knew where he was at all times.

The shocked mum said: “I think for a couple of seconds he could have even lost consciousness because he couldn’t even remember what happened.

“The policeman said ‘do you remember being kicked or stamped on?’ and he said ‘I don’t know, I can’t remember’.

Caroline found out about Reece’s assault when her partner called her to the hospital to say that Reece had been attacked “by five men”.

“Reece was throwing up, he had concussion. He had a massive black eye, he had cuts,” she added.

The incident occurred in Penrith Gardens, Estover, on September 25 (Image: Herald)
A member of staff at Reece’s school had been in the area visiting a friend and rushed him straight to hospital.

Reece’s mum added: “I just thought oh my god what has happened, who has done this?

“It’s made me really, really worried.

“I was worried before because as I say, he has got ADHD and there’s also a teenage boy mixed in with that so he is very hyper, he can be gobby, I’m not for one minute going to suggest he can’t.

“But we’ve all been one of those kids. The first thing I said to him was what did you do? Even I thought you’ve done something. What have you done to deserve this bad?”

“I’m going to kill you”: Grown man punches and ‘stamps’ on disabled schoolboy, 13, after lad ‘knocked stick against window’

Reece, 13, was pleading for the man to understand that he was disabled but the man continued to make violent threats before throwing him to the ground and attacking him, his friends have said

A grown man punches and “stamps” on a young schoolboy with ADHD, stands over him and says: “I will kill you, you f****** c**t”.

Video footage of the horrifying attack shows Reece, 13, on the ground being beaten by the man.

The youngster said he had had accidentally hit the man’s window with a stick while playing with pals.

Reece was pleading for the man to understand that he was disabled but the man continued to make violent threats before throwing him to the ground and attacking him, his friends have said.

He was left with a black eye, cuts and bumps to his head, swelling inside his mouth and a suspected concussion.

In the footage, a young voice filming the incident as he approaches the altercation screams: “Oh my god! Oh my god!”

“S**! S**t!
Reece’s black and swollen eye after the incident (Image: Herald)

Footage shows the man on top of Reece on the ground (Image: Herald)
Devon and Cornwall Police are appealing for the public’s help to identify the man in connection with what they described was a serious unprovoked assault on a schoolboy in Plymouth.

They have released this photo below.

The incident occurred in Penrith Gardens, Estover, on September 25.

Reece, from Eggbuckland, who has ADHD and a serious speech impediment, sustained multiple injuries from the incident which has left him scared to return to the area, the Plymouth Herald reports.

Reece – who does not want to give a surname – said he accidentally hit a window with a stick while playing with his friends, then a man approached the group.
A photo released by police of the man they wish to speak to over the incident (Image: Herald)
He added: “He said ‘what’s going on?’ He said ‘it was you wasn’t it?’.

“He said: ‘you hit the window’ and I said ‘I didn’t mean to’. He said ‘I’m gonna break your legs’.

“He said he was going to call his brother.

“I just said ‘I didn’t mean to’.”

The footage shows the man attacking Reece shouting “I’m going to kill you, you f****** c***”.

Reece’s friend, Tommy, was present during the serious assault.

Tommy added: “There were about 25 of us, we went out about four-ish.
The man was since repeatedly striking Reece in the footage (Image: Herald)
“He had a stick, he was swinging it about but didn’t intentionally mean to do it but a little bit on the end snapped off and it caught the window.

“This guy came out and started having a go at everyone and Reece just walked off but then the rest of us were having a go at him.

“He said ‘I’m gonna get your brother, he’s your age.

“Reece came back and said ‘mate I’m sorry I’m disabled, I’m just messing about’.

“Then he said ‘I don’t care if you’re disabled my brother is gonna batter you’, he’s about your age as well, he turned up and he was about 18/19.”
The scene where boys were attacked (Image: Herald)

Reece, from Eggbuckland, has ADHD and a serious speech impediment (Image: Herald)
The group walked off at that point but then the perpetrators found Reece.

Tommy said the group gathered around Reece and punched him several times before pushing him to the floor and stamping on him.

Caroline, Reece’s mum, said she had been left worried to let him play out with friends after the incident and now made sure she knew where he was at all times.

The shocked mum said: “I think for a couple of seconds he could have even lost consciousness because he couldn’t even remember what happened.

“The policeman said ‘do you remember being kicked or stamped on?’ and he said ‘I don’t know, I can’t remember’.

Caroline found out about Reece’s assault when her partner called her to the hospital to say that Reece had been attacked “by five men”.

“Reece was throwing up, he had concussion. He had a massive black eye, he had cuts,” she added.
The incident occurred in Penrith Gardens, Estover, on September 25 (Image: Herald)
A member of staff at Reece’s school had been in the area visiting a friend and rushed him straight to hospital.

Reece’s mum added: “I just thought oh my god what has happened, who has done this?

“It’s made me really, really worried.

“I was worried before because as I say, he has got ADHD and there’s also a teenage boy mixed in with that so he is very hyper, he can be gobby, I’m not for one minute going to suggest he can’t.

“But we’ve all been one of those kids. The first thing I said to him was what did you do? Even I thought you’ve done something. What have you done to deserve this bad?”
The incident occurred in Penrith Gardens, Estover, Plymouth, on September 25 (Image: Herald)
In statement, Devon and Cornwall Police said: “Police are appealing for the public’s help to identify this man in connection with a serious unprovoked assault on a schoolboy in Plymouth.

“The 13-year-old Plymouth boy was set upon by a man in Penrith Gardens, Estover, on 25 September.

“He was punched repeatedly to the head, held on the ground and stamped on. He sustained a black eye, cuts to his mouth and numerous swellings to his head.

“Police are appealing for information and have released the image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the offence.

“If you know who the person is please contact Devon and Cornwall Police by emailing 101 or calling 101.

“If you do not wish to speak to the police you can pass on information to Crimestoppers anonymously via their Anonymous Online Form or by calling them on 0800 555 111.”

Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/im-going-kill-you-grown-11314618#

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