Casey the Punisher scores victory against bullies

Internet censors have been trying to prevent the spread of a bullying video from Australia. In it, a middle school student is body slammed after punching an older boy twice his size.

Sources say 16-year-old Casey Heynes had been repeatedly mocked in school, leading him to eventually snap. He and the other boy were suspended after the fight.

Child experts don’t share in this sentiment. They say Casey should have alerted a teacher rather than fought back and that the video will only spur more violence.

As for Casey’s assailant, he probably won’t be bullying for a while. The boy, thought to be named Ritchard, might have finally learned the meaning of “pick on someone your own size.”

casey final Casey the Punisher scores victory against bullies (Next Media Animation TV)

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  • Whooopthatass

    child experts should shut the fck up with all their hugging and endless talking theories.Look where the world is going. People need to learn again that negative behaviour has negative consequences. If you’re an asshole, you’ll get an asswhoopin. period.

  • Victor

    All I can say to Casey is. Good on you! I am a karate instructor and many of my students have been refered to me because they were bullied at school. Casey took a stand for himself and demanded respect from that little runt who thought himself to be a big shot. Bullies are cowards who don’t feel good about themselves, and the only way they can feel better about themselves is by making others feel bad. I too was bullied at school, and the teachers were absolutely powerless to help me.

    This is a personal message to Casey. Never ever let anyone treat you like your anything less than a human being. You deserve respect and to be treated with respected by your peers. Don’t think this as a negative experience. Be proud of what you did and who you are. I hope that your actions have made the rest of your school think twice about bullying another student.

    I sincerely hope that schools now are considering tougher measures on school bullying policies.

  • Victor

    All I can say to Casey is. Good on you! I am a karate instructor and many of my students have been refered to me because they were bullied at school. Casey took a stand for himself and demanded respect from that little runt who thought himself to be a big shot. Bullies are cowards who don’t feel good about themselves, and the only way they can feel better about themselves is by making others feel bad. I too was bullied at school, and the teachers were absolutely powerless to help me.

    This is a personal message to Casey. Never ever let anyone treat you like your anything less than a human being. You deserve respect and to be treated with respected by your peers. Don’t think this as a negative experience. Be proud of what you did and who you are. I hope that your actions have made the rest of your school think twice about bullying another student.

  • blackfellawhitefella

    just to say …. good onya bloke

    (i meant) :)

  • blackfellawhitefella

    for the first time in my life , i’ve seriously considered joining facebook , just to say to good onya bloke.

    ‘the experts’ are IDIOTS

  • Rex

    Good one Casey, a hell of alot of people back what this boy done.
    Might i also add though that credit should be given to the girl who stood in at the end when another kid sized up to Casey.
    You can even here the boys filming it saying “wonder who’s coming up in the background” (or something to that effect), they clearly know this girl is not to be messed with and the bigger boy who shaped up to Casey after the incident thought better of it.
    Best of luck to Casey if your reading this and never let anyone get you down in life, they obviously don’t have a life to be picking on you in the first place.

  • Baz

    great work casey. bullies only understand one thing and thats a dose of their own medicine! to the peanut richard gale i say sucked in. its now your turn to be be ridiculed and taunted. you’ve got to love that big ol’karma bus

  • Chopper

    Telling a teacher (aka ‘as dobbing or lagging in Australia) is frowned upon.
    It would have led to more violence against Casey.
    The teachers have no control due to over the top nanny state laws that allow kids to do as they please.
    Good job Casey. That little weed got what he deserved.

  • Christina

    I think that full legal action should be taken against the bully

  • skooly

    Child experts unreasonably criticise & sledge the victim – who was repeatedly hit in the face, surrounded by taunting tormentors, unknowingly videoed, horribly set up and blantantly persecuted.

    Casey did his best to disuade his relentless attacker. Casey was surrounded and outnumbered. He was subjected to violent humiliation in a toxic snake pit. Why didnt one of the snakes get a teacher? – answer – because they were intent upon watching Casey’s torture.  

    “Child experts” you have exposed that you are - CHILD ABUSERS. You are as disgraceful in your insensitivity and blaming as the pack of bullies. 

  • marina

    What a joke to say he should have alerted a teacher rather than fight back.   What do the principal and teachers do.  Give them a talking to and suspend them for a short period, and the nerve of the so called child experts not to share in this sentiment they are not very street wise and i could bet my last dollar that not one of the child experts have ever been bullied.  WTG Casey.

     
    Child experts don’t share in this sentiment. They say Casey should have alerted a teacher rather than fought back and that the video will only spur more violence.

  • Sylvia Else

    Why should he tell a teacher rather than defending himself? In the real world outside school one can lawfully defend oneself against attack, at least in most jurisdictions. One doesn’t have to go crying to the police, despite what the authorities would have one believe. If Casey put a foot wrong, it’s only in the somewhat excessive force he used when slamming the attacker onto the ground. But, hey, if you provoke someone until they snap, you really don’t have a right to complain about the result.

  • rb

    I’m in full agreement with you! It just gets worse and IMO the only way to make it stop is to ensure that you’re not a target anymore which is what he did.

  • JMeade

    If a child is being bullied, especially by multiple students, and that same child runs to tell the supposed authorities (in this case the teachers), he is subjected to even more ridicule and harassment outside of the school yard for doing so which is why he probably never reported such events in the first place.  It an event where this has been occurring on a daily basis there were most likely plenty of opportunities for school personnel to intervene.  I’m on the side of the child that was being bullied, guaranteed none of the kid’s who witnessed the slam that day will ever pick on him again.
     
    Go Casey

  • http://gregoryno6.wordpress.com/ Gregoryno6

    Thanks NMA, you have a knack for finding unusual approaches to Australian stories.
    PS: Kitty I luv!

  • luna

    why should he have to go get a teacher when that other boy had friends with him preventing him from going anywhere? adn there were students all around… just look closely at the video… any of the other students could have gone to get help-but they also decided to stay and watch that lil punk attack casey… he had every right to defend himself… that lil shit is lucky he didn’t hit his head on the curb and it was just his ankle…

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  • TheNate

    Hey, if the school officials can’t protect its students from bullying, they shouldn’t be surprised when the kids protect themselves.