Levi Null's bullies' parents defend children who filmed students 'hitting' autistic boy | Mail Online
The parents of students accused of punching and teasing an autistic boy before putting the videos online have defended their children's actions.
Levi Null, 13, has Asperger syndrome, a form of autism and attends a school Melcher-Dallas High School, Iowa.
But students at the school made videos of Levi - some of the clips captured his involuntary movements caused by the condition - and then posted them online with school computers.
But now the parents of the accused teenagers have defended their offspring's actions.
'I would say three-fourths of this stuff he brings on himself and probably a fourth of it is bullying that shouldn’t be going on,' said Levi Weatherly, father of the teen accused of posting the video online reported Yahoo News.
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