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Video: Some Jerk Tries To Beat Up Visually Impaired Kid, Gets Owned

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A video that shows a Huntington Beach High School kid attempting to beat up another student, who is allegedly visually impaired, has prompted a police investigation into the incident.

CBS LA reports that the Huntington Beach Police Department is investigating the fight, which broke out during lunch, around 12:30 p.m. Officer Jennifer Marlatt, spokeswoman for the HBPD told the OC Register, "The officers are investigating everything that led up to fight and what happened after. There are a lot of people to interview. It’s pretty in depth."

The video (which includes profanity) shows a student in a brown beanie punching another boy to the left of the frame, who doesn't appear to strike back. A third student is seen coming to the aid of the boy who got punched, by knocking the attacker to the ground. The third student is shown standing over the alleged attacker, lying motionless on the ground, saying, "Trying to jump a f*cking blind kid, bro?"

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Huntington Beach High students told KCAL that the attack on the visually impaired student was unprovoked, and consider the student who came to his aid a "hero." Maya Jenson told KCAL she would too, "For stepping in when no one else did and decide to just film it instead.”

The HBPD posted a statement on their Facebook page, which said, "This is an isolated incident involving these three students. School resource officers, detectives and school officials are working to find out exactly what happened. We will issue a press release later today as more information is obtained."