Bully Attacks Attendees at Anti-Bullying Rally

Bully Attacks Attendees at Anti-Bullying Rally

April 4, 2012 Youth Issues 6

Flour Bluff School District came under fire last year when its Superintendent refused to allow a Gay Straight Alliance to form on campus. After significant pressure and national media attention, the District tentatively allowed the group to form.  This year, the failures of the administration are again coming into the spotlight.

Teddy Molina, a 16 year old student at Flour Bluff High School, took his own life this past weekend after enduring the wrath of a gang of football players known as “The Wolfpack.”   Although Flour Bluff administrators deny knowledge of The Wolfpack, students have indicated that teachers are certainly aware of the gang and have even asked them to remove their Wolfpack t-shirts in the past.

Teddy was familiar with the Wolfpack.  After being tormented by the group, Teddy turned to his parents.  They withdrew him from Flour Bluff High School shortly before his untimely death.  Some students have stated that the Wolfpack threatened to invade Teddy’s home and harm his mother and sister if “He didn’t do something about himself.”

Of course, none of the accusations can currently be proven, but there is one thing that is clear – Flour Bluff, like many school districts, has a bully problem.

In fact, at an anti-bullying rally this afternoon, things turned violent. One of the students, alleged to be  member of The Wolfpack gang, jumped from the SUV driven by his father and began attacking rally attendees, including family members of Teddy and other students. The gang member’s father, Tommy Martin, accused rally attendees of throwing rocks at them as they passed by.

Video of attack.

Koby Ozias, a District Lead for GetEQUAL TX,  was present. According to Koby, the rally had been going for approximately 2 hours prior to the attack. Several students had noted that members of The Wolfpack gang had been driving by and flipping off the crowd, but no other incidents had occurred.  When the attackers hit children, several rally attendees fought back, while others attempted to seperate the grieving family from the assailants.

After the attack, police demanded the rally attendees leave the site. Although attendees complied, they hope to plan another event for tomorrow.

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6 Responses

  1. David says:

    The 38 year old should be charged with
    DISABLED INDIVIDUAL. (a) A person commits an offense if he
    intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, or with criminal negligence,
    by act or intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly by omission,
    causes to a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual:
    (1) serious bodily injury;
    (2) serious mental deficiency, impairment, or injury;
    (3) bodily injury.

  2. Stephanie says:

    It is scary to think these wolfpack kids are still around in school some have been been sent to SD which is across the street from the high school. So what if they bully students after school they need to be removed from there and sent somewhere else while the investigation is going on to prevent any kind of retaliation on students who speak out against the bullying. Another issue at FBHS is racism students are favored by race. FBHS needs to change cause whatever there doing isn’t working.

  3. Dude says:

    The wolfpack is apparently is populated by wealthy individuals driving Escalades who stick up for their kids when the heat is on. I think FB needs more parents like this man. He stood his ground.

    • Robert Green says:

      Dude, you are a wimp and a coward, just like the “Wolfpack”. What a bunch of little douche bags. You should all be sent to prison where you will ultimately end up anyway.

    • Koby says:

      He drove his son (while intoxicated) to an anti-bullying rally, a few hours after a boy’s funeral, while his family was there, to attack them. A boy who was his son’s victim. No, we DO NOT need more parents like this.

  4. Dude says:

    Don’t hate on the dude just for pointing out that this dude stood up for himself. A wimp and a coward? Come on dude, he waded in to a crowd of seriously superior numbers to protect his property. He pulled a Zimmerman on those cowardly protesters who broke the law by hurling some rocks. Only=he’s a black man defending his property, and this is the Bluff. Have I stumbled across the problem. You corn-fed types are all the same. It’s only okay when you hurt someone right?

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