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So this happened.
The parents of an 8-year-old Missouri boy born with no eyes (Bilateral Anophthalmia) were surprised to find that the school took away his walking cane and replaced it with a pool noodle as a form of punishment after the kid allegedly hit another student with his stick on the bus.
Now his mother, Rachel Nafzinger, is speaking out about the “humiliating” punishment Dakota Nafzinger experienced, criticizing the North Kansas City School District for taking away her son’s “eyes.”
“He’s gone through so much in his life already, 8 years, 8 years, and I just don’t like someone else putting my son in that position,” she said.
A representative of the school district defended the action, saying that the cane was given to him when he enrolled in the school and is the property of the district. The pool noodle was given to Dakota as…
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