these jackals gonna learn to stop harassing gays.
one jackal learned the hard way.
so everyone meet 18 year old,
that isn’t a glamour shot.
he is headed to jail.
he allegedly stabbed his bully to death in the bx today.
this is what the ny daily news…
A Bronx teen accused of fatally stabbing a bullying classmate was tormented with homophobic and racist slurs until he finally exploded, according to family friends.
The abuse heaped upon Abel Cedeno, 18, was previously reported to officials at his Bronx high school without any response, said friend Savannah Hornbeck before the accused killer’s Thursday arraignment.
“The kids were calling him a f—-t, calling him a s–c,” said Hornbeck, 34. “After it had been reported numerous times and there was no reaction from the school, Abel felt (there was) no other way out.”
Cedeno was placed under suicide watch and held without bail in the murder of 15-year-old Matthew McCree and the stabbing of a second youth as horrified students in their history class watched helplessly.
“The defendant admits to purchasing a (switchblade) knife two weeks before online and stabbing two people,” said Assistant District Attorney Nancy Borko. “He’s admitting stabbing these people with a knife he ordered.”
Family members wept in the third row during the Bronx Criminal Court hearing, and left without addressing the media. Several stood in an effort to get Cedeno’s attention as he entered the courtroom.
Cedeno spoke once, when questioned directly by Judge Patsy Gouldbourne about a legal issue involving an order of protection granted the surviving victim.
“Yes, I understand, your honor,” he replied politely. Cedeno, due back in court Tuesday, was also expected to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
The Legal Aid Society issued a statement after one of its attorneys, Deborah Rush, represented the suspect.
“We are currently meeting with our client and his family and reviewing the facts and circumstances of this case, including the long history of bullying and intimidation Abel has endured,” the statement read.
The fatal stabbing was the first slaying inside a city school since February 1993.
A second Cedeno family friend, Iris Couvertier, said she spoke with Abel inside the 48th Precinct after his arrest.
“Those two kids in the class, they hit him,” she said. “He said that they hit him in the face. He said it’s because he’s gay or bisexual.”
Hornbeck said Cedeno often returned home in tears after enduring the bullying his fellow high school students.
But NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said Thursday that the fatal confrontation with McCree and stabbing survivor Ariane Laboy, 16, was the first beef between the students.
Cedeno “said he had problems before at the start of school, but not with these two individuals,” said Boyce. “He said he was being harassed, but that is all he said.”
City Education Department officials, citing student privacy laws, would not say whether Cedeno told school staffers about the bullying.
As cops led Cedeno out of the precinct late Wednesday, the suspect — wearing a pink T-shirt, a gray hoodie and a pensive stare — silently mouthed the word “yes” when asked if he was bullied.
He had purchased the alleged murder weapon online about two weeks before the killing, said NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce.
Laboy remained in critical but stable condition at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx. McCree was pronounced dead at the same hospital — where his mother was working at the time of the attacks, according to her husband.
“His mother is in bad shape,” said spouse Kyle Victor, 34. “She’s still in shock. She’s still not crying. She’s numb.”
Victor defended the accused bully as “a good kid, very smart, very loving.”
McCree and Laboy were breaking pencils and tossing the broken pieces at Cedeno’s head before the accused killer attacked his tormentors, police said.
Cedeno lunged at McCree with his stainless steel switchblade, stabbing and slashing the victim’s chest and torso, police said.
According to police sources, Cedeno never said a word to cops about why he was targeted by McCree, Laboy and other classmates since school began Sept. 7.
“He never went into specifics,” said one NYPD source.
is it wrong to say…
…it serves that jackal right?
i know death is wrong and all,
but karma came in the form of a switch blade.
he thought he was dealing with a punk.
i was bullied growing up.
i was even jumped by my bullies.
they made my life a living hell every day at school.
i ended up being transferred because of it.
i’m over that torment now,
but it really effected me growing up.
this story should help folks think twice about bullying.
some don’t do anything,
but when others are pushed to the limit…
i don’t know what’s gonna happen to young abel,
but his youth is pretty much over.
lowkey: abel looked very satisfied in his arrest photos,
article cc: ny daily news