Father Files Restraining Order Against 9-Year-Old for Allegedly Bullying His Son – ABC News
ABC US News | ABC Business News A California father whose son was reportedly bullied at school has filed a restraining order against the 9-year-old boy allegedly responsible for the abuse.Stephan Feuder said he had no other option than to get the restraining order after the boy allegedly assaulted his own 9-year-old son on the grounds of the 700-student Rolling Hill Elementary School in Fairfield, Calif. The alleged assault happened on March 13 as his son was trying to protect another student from abuse, Feuder said.“My son was protecting another little boy that was being bullied by the known school bully,” Feuder told ABC News today. “My son stepped in between them and then my son was pushed, my son pushed him back and subsequently after that the little boy came up and punched my son in the face.”But school officials noted that an isolated incident does not necessarily constitute bullying, and furthermore, the district must act according to many rules and laws.Feuder said he learned about the incident after his son called him from the school’s bathroom. The school district, according to Feuder, was unwilling to step in.“They don’t want the school to look bad,” Feuder said.So, Feuder sought and obtained a temporary restraining order from a judge at Solano County via Father Files Restraining Order Against 9-Year-Old for Allegedly Bullying His Son - ABC News. How's this? A first, will this work? If so, have parents found a solution to their children being bullied? Is he preventing other things from happening (since it is noted this was a one time incident). Or - is he just showing the bully that there is NO second chance when you hit his child?