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White Teen Accused of Beating Teacher Into a Coma Released Without Bail After Mother Promises to "Keep an Eye on Him"

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MPS Superintendent Responds To Paraprofessional Assault On Tuesday morning, 49-year-old Mohammed Dukuly was knocked to the ground, punched and kicked by 18-year-old student Corey Burfield, Mary McGuire ...
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Corey Burfield, 18, was charged with 2 counts of assault for his attack on teaching asst. Mohammed Dukuly. The teen was allowed to go home because his mother convinced a judge he wouldn’t be a flight risk because "she’d be watching him."  Dukuly is a paraprofessional at Harrison Education Center who was well-liked by students at the alternative high school. Burfield knocked the teacher to the floor before punching him in the face. The assault left Dukuly unresponsive; he was placed on a ventilator in the ICU. "Quite frankly, we are disappointed. For a serious case like this, he should’ve been on bail,” Imam Mohammed Dukuly, the victim’s uncle, told reporters of the decision to let Burfield walk.Though Burfield doesn’t have any past criminal history, his violent behavior was documented for years and including attacks on teachers, classmates and even his own family. 

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