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When John got to school, he realized that people are just telling more and more people about the situation. It escalated very quickly.
Go kill yourself! You deserve to die in a hole!
John decides to bring the situation up to the school Principal and the Police. They ask him for names of those messing with him, and assure him that they will talk to and possibly punish them.
In the classroom, John is talking with his friend Jessabelle, and asks her for advice on how to overcome what he is dealing with. She says that bringing the problem up to the administration and police officer is the best way to handle it. She also assures him that she is there if he needs someone to talk to or needs help with anything.
The bully starts to make bad comments against John. John's friend, Jessabelle, is there to save John, and John goes and gets the principal and officer as Jessabelle holds the bully in the hallway.
Two more police officers show up to help the officer already at the school out. After questioning the bully, it has been determined that he did in fact harass John online and will be getting arrested for his acts.
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