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Charges are NOT likely in death of South Carolina Fifth-grader Ra’Niya Wright, according to prosecutor

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It is a shame that a family has lost their child and no one will be held responsible…NO ONE!

Forrest Hills Elementary School in Walterboro, SC has a history of bullying and nothing is done about it. Now, a child has been killed as a result of the school’s poor protection of children bullied, they will get away without consequences.

The officials in South Carolina are sending a message clear as day basically saying they don’t do shit to people who bully others and at this school, your child could end up dead…like WTF!

Prosecutors claim that they are uncertain if any charges will be filed in the death of 10-year-old Ra’Niya Wright.

She was attacked Monday by a bully and died two days later as a result of her injuries. Now, prosecutors are claiming that it could take weeks to unravel exactly what led to the death of Wright and whether anyone should face criminal charges.

I think it’s an insult to the family to say that you are not sure if anyone will face criminal charges.

Tests will need to be done on tissue and other samples taken from 10-year-old Ra’Niya Wright’s body, Solicitor Duffie Stone said.

Officials said Wright’s autopsy was conducted Friday, but the cause of her death will not be released until the tests on the samples taken during the examination are finished.

At this time it is premature to assume there will be any criminal charges stemming from this incident, Stone said.

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