A group of wrestlers at a Casper, Wyoming high school have been accused of assaulting and holding down a freshman teammate as they waterboarded him, reports the Casper Star Tribune.
According to to two sources who are friends of the teen’s family, the incident occurred on January 3 at Kelly Walsh High School, following some teasing as the athlete was grabbed by three teammates and forced deeper into the locker room.
One source, who asked to remain anonymous, said the unidentified wrestler attempted to escape but his assailants ““yanked him back, and they threw him on a bench.”
“One kid held his legs, two other kids held his arms, they put a towel over his head, and one kid said, ‘Let’s p*ss in his mouth’” the accuser recalled.
According to the report, the wrestlers placed a towel over the struggling teammate’s face and began pouring water on it as the victim choked. Afterward they rubbed a cream on him used by wrestlers after a match to protect against skin infection, before allowing him to walk into the showers and wash it off.
This behavior is indicative of their home training or lack thereof. Parents should be fined when their children behave in ways that contradict good order and discipline. When they fail to raise good citizens, they should pay. A portion should go to the family of the victim. In/out school suspensions should produce fines for the family. Every victim should get a check.
People are born evil. That is why the Bible requires a rod to drive it from them. Not only a rod, but parents should love their children. Love + Rod =’s a good behaved child and a productive adult that knows better than to harm others.
Parents who fail: should pay money for their evil child who torments others.