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By kids shouldnt have hard sports equipment - / Monday 18 January 2016 01:48 / Australia
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I hope you went straight to hospital to get checked out and right after that to police and filed an assault charge. Being blacked out for any amount of time is a serious health issue and a concussion and headache would be the least of your worries. As harsh as it sounds, if the kid doesn't learn what consequences are, he is going to kill someone before he's a teen.

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That's weird, normally when I've been babysitting siblings the older one thinks it's hilarious that the younger one has to go to bed first. He must really love his sister I guess. This is kinda cute, apart from the whole being knocked out and screamed at thing.

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He attacked OP with a blunt object to the head because his little sister was going to SLEEP. Cute? It's seriously alarming and the mother needs to be held responsible and get her child behavioral therapy or something.

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Yeah I'm wondering that to. How can a 10 year old knock someone out that easily? Unless they used some kind of aid like throwing a toaster or something.

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Could have been a well-aimed heatshot. For example, when my older brother was a toddler he infamously knocked my Mum out cold when he was trying to get her attention and threw a toy hippo at her from the top of the stairs.

By  MiLM

You should be happy; you don't have to deal with that idiot/psycho family again :D But yeah, FYL for the headache and getting knocked out P:

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Maybe so, but if the mother had been that sensible, her child would probably not think of criminal assault as a dispute resolution technique.

I hope you went straight to hospital to get checked out and right after that to police and filed an assault charge. Being blacked out for any amount of time is a serious health issue and a concussion and headache would be the least of your worries. As harsh as it sounds, if the kid doesn't learn what consequences are, he is going to kill someone before he's a teen.

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Yeah, I'm not suit happy, but knocking someone out is a serious thing and OP could have some real effects from not only the first blow, but the impact with the floor after. I hope OP got themselves checked out and takes some action.

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Yep! any loss of consciousness automatically indicates moderate brain trauma. any loss of consciousness for more than 30 seconds is serious brain trauma. so if OP was out for more than 30 sec then it's definitely serious enough to need to spend the night in hospital. my kid had a bad fall and was listed at minor and they kept her for 4 hrs until she started going on about how she was starving. also if you vomit more than once after it's a sign to call the ambulance. somehow I'm thinking th

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Wouldn't there be a giant bruise or blackened mark to indicate something had happened besides "falling asleep"?

Exactly as #8 says: "I hope you went straight to hospital to get checked out and right after that to police and filed an assault charge." 1. This is serious health damage, possibly lasting one. 2. The parents are responsible for their kids behaviour before they are 18, sue the parents, get compensation. You deserve it. Nobody is allowed to knock out people (for doing their job), not even a 10 year old. Apparently he had strength and skills enough. Afraid all that screaming at you thin

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