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11-Year-Old Boy Stabs Over 20 Kids Inside Classroom



An 11-year-old boy has been arrested for allegedly stabbing 20 school children at Moreton Community School in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom on Monday.
Police reports state that the youngster attacked fellow pupils with diabetes needle pen, forcing them to have hepatitis injections.
It was gathered that the injured children were taken to hospital for hepatitis inoculations and blood tests after being jabbed with the diabetes finger-prick pen.
West Midland Police told journalists that none of the Year Seven students had been seriously hurt.
Reports say the accused boy, whose name was not disclose, was questioned after he was arrested at his home in Low Hill, Wolverhampton, on Tuesday.
He was however, bailed pending further inquiries scheduled to hold next month.

One of the mothers of the victims, whose 12-year-old son was jabbed with the diabetes pen, which acts as a blood-sugar testing device, said: “It was worrying and shocking to be told what had happened.
“I had to sit in the hospital for four hours while my son had a blood test and a hepatitis B injection.
“When we came out the waiting room was full of other students.”
Carl Williams, headteacher at the school, called the incident “deeply concerning” and added: “As soon as we were alerted to it, we contacted parents of the children affected and spoke to the local police.
Moreton Community School caters for over 700 boys and girls aged between 11 and 18 and had suffered a drop from “outstanding” to “requires improvement” following an Ofsted inspection in 2012.
The school was criticised for “inconsistent” teaching but pupil behaviour was described as “good”.

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