Three white eighth-graders at Long Island Catholic School sent numerous racist images to a black student and the school failed to act since one of the students was “connected.”
Page Six reports that the family of 14-year-old Devin Moore, a black student at St. Mary School, filed suit in Brooklyn Court stating he was sent multiple hateful images from the unidentified students and the school failed to act.
The images — which were sent in private messages to Devin by three white students in December and April — include his face pasted onto that of a man in a trashcan and also onto a photo of Hilter. The bullies also sent a photo of a noose and in another message wrote “black people are not functioning members of society,” according to the suit.
“Devin Moore was the target of racially based Nazi-life death threats and assailed with symbols of hate that were associated with imminent physical harm or death,” court papers state.
Yet the school has sent the message that, “a student can do something hateful, vile, racist and hurtful and still go to St. Mary School!”
St. Mary School has yet to comment publically on the lawsuit
To see a sample of the racist images sent to Devin Moore that’s been included in the lawsuit, flip the page.