SECURITY GUARD VICIOUSLY BEATS WHEELCHAIR-BOUND STUDENT, DUMPS HIM ON THE FLOOR!

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 By Eric Owens

School district officials in Oakland, Calif. have released shocking surveillance video showing a school security guard pummeling a wheelchair-bound student.

The incident occurred on May 19 at around 9 a.m., reports local Fox affiliate KTVU.

The student, 17-year-old Francisco Martinez, has cerebral palsy and is currently in therapy to try to make his legs move.

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According to district officials, the video shows the guard, Marchell Mitchell, pushing Martinez in his wheelchair down a school corridor. Mitchell leans down as if the sophomore is saying something. Then, Mitchell raises his right arm and smacks Martinez upside the head. A few seconds later, Mitchell strikes the kid again.

According to Oakland Unified School District spokesman Troy Flint, Mitchell finished off the beat-down by “dumping” Martinez “out of his wheelchair and onto the floor.”

“I hit the floor with my chin first,” Martinez told KTVU.

Raw video of the incident is available here.

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Flint said the incident began when Mitchell and another unidentified school security officer ordered Martinez and a few other students loitering in a hallway to get to class. When Martinez didn’t go, Mitchell began to push Martinez’s wheelchair. Martinez protested. He also whacked Mitchell on the hands.

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