Search Continues For Group Of Boys Accused Of Taking Part In Brooklyn School Bus Fire


An 11-year-old boy is facing hate crime charges as police continue to search for several boys wanted for setting a school bus on fire in Brooklyn, CBS NEW YORK reports.

It happened around 6 p.m. Sunday after the driver dropped off a group of students at the Bnos Rivka Girls School on Brooklyn Avenue.

The entire incident was captured on surveillance video.

Investigators said a group of boys between the ages of 11 and 15 are seen going onto the unlocked, empty school bus with cardboard. Shortly after, flames appear in one of the windows and then a second fire starts near the driver’s seat. Read more at CBS NEW YORK.

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  1. the real tragedy is that we live in a society that allows this to happen. we need permits to pledge in public but we can self-determine our gender. this society has no respect for people, places, things, religions, schools. everything has to be politically correct no matter whose rights are being trampled on. free speech has been taken over by hurtful speech. i can go on and on. bottom line? mah ya’aseh haben she’loh yecheta. how can we expect anything different when this type of behavior is condoned and even praised in america today?