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However, The Lexington Minuteman is reporting the on the press release but it appears that no one in Lexington, other than the person involved had ever heard of this incident:
Superintendent of Schools Paul Ash said he had no knowledge of the alleged incident, but said he and Jay would be looking into the matter. Ash said if a student was aggressively assaulted on school property the event would "trigger a whole series of actions," from notifying parents, staff, the school psychologist and the Department of Social Services, to filing a report with the police. Ash said the schools would also conduct its own investigation into the incident.
According to the Lexington Police Department, no complaint has been filed and they are not currently involved with an investigation into the incident.
However, the Parker's attorney did speak for the Lexington article:
Neil Tassel, the Parkers' legal counsel, spoke for the Parker family saying they had hoped to keep the incident private. Due to the age of the students involved, they had opted not to go to the police.
"It was a regrettable incident ... but no one was seriously hurt," said Tassel, adding Jacob Parker was "shaken up" by the incident.
Still, MassResistance/Article 8's Camenker didn't keep it private and gets juicy with details by saying it was fueled and incited by adults among other things. So much was keeping the incident private.
Unfortunately, all children are subjected to bullying in school which is why State Sen. Jarret Barrios sponsored a bill to prevent bullying which MassResistance blasted him for in a posting which you can read here. As the title suggests, bullying shouldn't happen to anyone gay or straight.