In 2017, a Minnesota family was feeling hopeless and helpless because of something that has become such a widespread epidemic.
Tracy claimed her middle-school aged son Zane was being bullied by his classmates on a regular basis. What began as verbal teasing and taunted had progressed to physical assault.
Tracy said her son had been punched, pushed and written on with markers. This went on for years but she felt the school wasn’t doing enough to put an end to the torment.
In fact, Tracy said the bullying became so severe that she reached out to her community for help. She shared Zane’s story online, hoping someone could do something to turn things around.
Then one day, a group of leather-clad bikers gathered on the streets of Zane’s neighborhood, shouting the boy’s name in broad daylight. The leader of the group called out for Zane, who was inside his home at the time.
Zane opened his front door during the commotion and saw the group of tough-looking men and women standing on his own front lawn, waiting for him to come outside.
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