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Outrage After Video of Attack on Teen With Cerebral Palsy Shared Online

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    The mother of a Pennsylvania 16-year-old with cerebral palsy is taking a stand against bullying, after a video showing students violently kicking her son to the ground and laughing was shared on social media, NBC News reported.

    "I cried when I saw that," Margaret Wooding told NBC affiliate station WPXI. "How can kids be so cruel? I don't want this to happen, not just to my child but to anyone.

    Isaiah Wooding has cerebral palsy, a static neurological disorder the affects muscle coordination and body movement.

    The video, which was posted to Facebook by a classmate, shows a student at Penn Hills High School kicking 16-year old Wooding to the ground. The student filming the confrontation laughs while the bullying occurs.