/ 19 August 2021

Happy for a return to school

Too infrequently do we double back on past stories to see how things worked out [writes note to self…]. So it was with a smile that we saw that the French boy who received significant injuries after being thrown off the observation deck of London’s Tate Modern art gallery in 2019 is going back to school. The unnamed boy, who was 6yo at the time of the attack, suffered brain and spinal fractures and was told he’d need 24-hour-a-day care. Fast forward 2 years, and he’s working on his fine motor skills, he’s walking, and “happy to go” to school 2 days a week, his family said yesterday. British teen Jonty Bravery, then 17yo and in state care, was jailed for 15 years after pleading guilty to attempted murder.

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