Colegio San Agustin student says school bullies made a sport of touching his butt and genitals; When he fought back, bully’s dad sought him out

Joseph Holandes Ubalde of Interksyon.com reports that the Colegio de San Agustin (CSA) student who was threatened with a gun by his classmate’s dad has sough the help of the media for his case. The student’s name is Jaime Garcia and he is a senior high school student at CSA.


Joseph Holandes Ubalde of Interksyon.com reports that the Colegio San Agustin (CSA) student who was threatened with a gun by his classmate’s dad has sought the help of the media for his case. The student’s name is Jamie Garcia and he is a senior high school student at CSA.

 

Garcia reveals that he had long been tormented by bullies. He identified his lead tormentor as "JD." This "JD" and his cohorts were reportedly fond of poking or touching Garcia’s butt and genitals. According to Garcia, they would start by verbally abusing him. In a vulgar manner, they would ask if they could touch him in the said sensitive areas. Garcia would say no, the bullies would find a way to cop a feel.

 

Then, on August 30, Garcia fought back and he ended up stabbing "JD" with a ballpen. The report did not say where "JD" was hit but it was presumably a non-lethal wound. In any case, one of  the cohorts of "JD" rushed at Garcia. Thus, Garcia punched him in the face. This bully who was punched responded by threatening to shoot Garcia.

 

A teacher intervened and Garcia was brought to the Head Teacher’s Office. As he waited there, the father of the bully he had punched rushed in. The man was identified as Allan Canete Bantiles. He proceeded to verbally abuse Garcia. Bantiles slapped Garcia and then pulled out a gun to threaten him. A teacher managed to intervene. Bantiles was led out of the premises. The report noted: "The CSA Makati Alumni Association (CSAMAA), filed a case report of the incident with the Department of Education and reported about the increased security on campus and the banning of Bantiles ’indefinitely.’" Moreover, "CSA officials then ordered Bantiles never to set foot on their campus again, while Garcia’s father, Mike, moved to have the gun-toting dad's car pass cancelled."

 

Mike, said they chose to seek the help of the media because he was not satisfied with CSA’s response. Netizens have created a facebook page denouncing Bantiles’ violent actions towards Garcia. (Click this link to check the page.) Perhaps, the Garcias are hoping that the netizens would help them get justice for the bullying and the added psychological and physical violence inflicted on their son.

 

The report revealed that InterAksyon and Good Morning Club (the TV5 show where the Garcia’s where interviewed) "tried to get the side of Bantiles but received no response."

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