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  • Family seeks an answer for child handcuffed at school in 2014

    Kalyb Primm Wiley, 10, and his mother Tomesha Primm speak about what happened to the child two years ago. In 2014, then 7-year-old Kalyb, a second-grader at George Melcher School, was allegedly handcuffed by a school security officer because he was misbehaving after being bullied. The ACLU of Missouri has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Kansas City Public Schools on behalf of the Primm family.

Kalyb Primm Wiley, 10, and his mother Tomesha Primm speak about what happened to the child two years ago. In 2014, then 7-year-old Kalyb, a second-grader at George Melcher School, was allegedly handcuffed by a school security officer because he was misbehaving after being bullied. The ACLU of Missouri has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Kansas City Public Schools on behalf of the Primm family. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
Kalyb Primm Wiley, 10, and his mother Tomesha Primm speak about what happened to the child two years ago. In 2014, then 7-year-old Kalyb, a second-grader at George Melcher School, was allegedly handcuffed by a school security officer because he was misbehaving after being bullied. The ACLU of Missouri has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Kansas City Public Schools on behalf of the Primm family. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

ACLU sues KC schools, saying bullied child, 7, was handcuffed for crying

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