Student Found Guilty of Disorderly Conduct for Videoing Himself Being Bullied

If you think that schools are doing everything in their power to stop bullying, you’re wrong.  In one case, they actually filed charges for felony wiretapping against a student for videoing others bullying him in class. A high school sophomore at South Fayette High School in McDonald, Pennsylvania suffers from ADHD, an anxiety disorder and comprehension delay disorder (an information processing disorder). Consequently, he is the subject of a great deal of harassment and bullying from other Read more […]

Convicted Murderer Sues His Victim’s Wife

New Year’s Eve 1993, two business partners got into a fist fight over the financial dealings of the business.  One business partner, Robert Henry filed a lawsuit against the other business partner, Larry Shandola.  Henry sued Shandola for medical expenses and dental work that was necessary after the fight.  After Shandola pleaded guilty to an assault charge, the court issued a summary judgment against Shandola, ordering him to pay Henry for the damages.  That was January 1, 1995. On September Read more […]