男生, 7, 摔倒在地八周后死亡 27 柔道时代

A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD boy has tragically died after he was slammed to the ground 27 TIMES during a judo class in April.

年轻人, known only by his nickname Wei Wei, reportedly had his life support turned off by his parents just 8 weeks after he had been left brain dead and induced in a coma.

Wei Wei had been was induced in a coma in April and was on life support

Wei Wei had been was induced in a coma in April and was on life support信用: AsiaWire
He had been left in the vegetative state after he was slammed to the ground 27 times by his coach and fellow classmates

He had been left in the vegetative state after he was slammed to the ground 27 times by his coach and fellow classmates信用: AsiaWire
他的教练, known as Ho, could now face up to seven years in jail on charges of 'injury causing death'

他的教练, known as Ho, could now face up to seven years in jail on charges of ‘injury causing death信用: AsiaWire

The boy’s coach, who is in his late 60s, has now been charged with physical assault resulting in serious injury and using a minor to commit a crime, according local news outlets in Taiwan

The coach, identified only by his surname Ho, was earlier this month released on bail.

但, upon the victim’s death, prosecutors could change his charge to that ofinjury causing death”, 英国广播公司 报告.

If found guilty, he could face anything from a minimum of seven years in jail up to life imprisonment.

It comes just 8 weeks after the incident initially came to light via footage of the disturbing ‘trainingwhich had showed the boy being thrown onto a mat over the shoulder of an older classmate.

The boy had allegedly begged for mercy during the cruel battle, at a gym in Taiwan, but his coach told him to continue.

In the agonising clip, Wei Wei can be heard screaming, “my leg”, “my head” 和 “I don’t want it!”, but despite his protests, the instructor orders him to stand up and callously commands the older boy to continue throwing him.

As the stricken seven-year-old struggles to stand, the coach picks him up and throws him several more times.

The child then vomitsbut the sick judo class doesn’t stop.

His family alleges he was thrown more than 27 times during the incident.

Wei Wei eventually passed out after the relentless assault and was taken to hospital where doctors found he had suffered severe brain haemorrhaging.

The incident came to light after a video of the incident emerged online

The incident came to light after a video of the incident emerged online
在镜头中, Wei Wei, is thrown by an opponent during the judo bout

在镜头中, Wei Wei, is thrown by an opponent during the judo bout
The boy allegedly begged for mercy during the battle but his coach told him to continue

The boy allegedly begged for mercy during the battle but his coach told him to continue信用: AsiaWire
The boy was then left lying on the mat in agony after the relentless throwing

The boy was then left lying on the mat in agony after the relentless throwing

He had only started taking judo classes two weeks prior to the horrific incident, after pleading with his parents to let him try out the martial art in April, according to reports in Taiwan.

I still remember that morning when I took him to school,” his mother told the 英国广播公司.

He turned around and said, ‘Mama goodbye’. By night, he had become like this.

On Tuesday at 21:00, the Fengyuan Hospital announced that his blood pressure and heart rate levels were dropping.

After doctors spoke to his family, they agreed to withdraw life support.

Ho had initially denied any wrongdoing, but was later found to be an unlicensed coach who had lied about his qualifications.

It has promoted calls for harsher action to be taken against the coach and for compensation to be given to the boy’s parents.

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Ho was initially released by the district prosecutor following questioning, who accepted his explanation that the incident was merely part ofnormal training”.

But the decision was reversed after Wei Wei’s family held a news conference.

The court later announced there was evidence to suspect that the coach may have committed a serious crime.

After highlighting the risk of collusion with witnesses, Ho has been detained and placed under incommunicado detentionwhere an individual is denied contact with anyone except his lawyer.

The Wei Wei’s family have vowed toseek justice”, as his parents remain by his bedside with slim hopes of their son’s survival.

When I visit him at hospital, I talk to him,” Mr Huang, Wei Wei’s father said. “I want Wei Wei to hear that we are waiting for him to wake up.

Alarmingly, there were a number of adults present at the judo studio who witnessed the incident, including the young boy’s maternal uncle, who accompanied his nephew to the classes each time.

His uncle reportedly filmed the video, to show Wei Wei’s mother the sport may not be suitable for him.

The coach allegedly told his uncle that Wei Wei was faking unconsciousness before telling his father the youngster had intentionally fell hard on the mat.

Wei Wei’s mother later told reporters that his uncle feltterrible for what happened”, it was reported.

The case raises concerns regarding the strictness and force used by authority figures towards children in Taiwan.