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A happy school life lost to unseen tormentors

from The Boston Globe

Isabella "Belle" Hankey says she had no enemies, no feuds. She was happy, popular, played softball. She had athletic rivals, but no one, she thought, who would ever do this. For a year and a half, she said, she was tortured by bullies at Concord-Carlisle High School. "I hated walking in the halls, thinking that you could be walking by the person that hates you," Hankey, 18, said in an interview. Hankey recently filed a $2 million federal civil rights lawsuit against the towns of Concord and Carlisle, the Concord-Carlisle school district, and three school administrators, alleging that the school did nothing to stop the bullying, which included death threats. Instead, the suit says, there were efforts to scrub graffiti before it could be photographed, and one of the administrators allegedly destroyed evidence. more

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