Schoolboy, 15, bullied to death by trolls on the internet: friends say vile posts drove him to despair

Schoolboy, 15, bullied to death by trolls on the internet: friends say vile posts drove him to despair Friends say Joshua Unsworth was hounded by internet trollsThe 15-year-old was found dead behind his home in LancashireSchool says staff and pupils are 'shocked and upset' By James Tozer PUBLISHED: 14:40 GMT, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:02 GMT, 8 April 2013 Victim: Joshua Unsworth, 15, was found hanged after allegedly being bullied on social media sites A schoolboy found hanged in his parents’ garden had complained of cyber-bullying on a notorious social networking site, it has emerged. Josh Unsworth, 15, had endured months of abusive messages on his profile on Ask.fm, which has been described by child safety experts as a ‘stalker’s paradise’. At one point his father Gary, 46, apparently took over the page, threatening to report the abusers to police.

Family of schoolboy, 9, who was found hanged at home claim he was hounded to his death by Asian bullies for being white

Family of schoolboy, 9, who was found hanged at home claim he was hounded to his death by Asian bullies for being whiteAaron Dugmore, nine, found hanged at Birmingham home by his motherBelieved to be Britain’s second youngest 'suicide' caused by bullyingThe schoolboy was rushed to hospital but died of suspected cardiac arrestFamily claim Aaron was being tormented by bullies at his new schoolPolice are investigating the circumstances surrounding Aaron's death By Suzannah Hills and Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 16:54 GMT, 24 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:46 GMT, 24 February 2013 Tragic: The devastated mother of nine-year-old Aaron Dugmore uploaded the last photo she ever took of her son to Facebook after she sound him hanged at their Birmingham home The parents of a nine-year-old boy who was found hanged in his bedroom have claimed that their son killed himself because of racist taunts from Asian bullies. Aaron Dugmore died in hospital 24 hours after his mother Kelly-Marie found him hanged at their Birmingham home earlier this month. And Miss Dugmore, 30, and husband Paul Jones, 43, spoke out today about the bullies who allegedly taunted him for 'being white'.

Schoolboy, 13, excluded from lessons for breaching health and safety rules by wearing traditional tie instead of clip-on version

Tied in knots by elf 'n' safety: Schoolboy, 13, excluded for wearing traditional version instead of a clip-on Teenager Max Richmond says children need to learn how to wear one Headteacher says clip on ties supports health and safety of youngsters HSE said it was a 'myth' that health and safety bans traditional school ties By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 09:24 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:50 GMT, 14 February 2013 [headerlinks] Max Richmond was put into isolation for a day after he refused to wear a clip on tie Most children have been scolded by a teacher for their scruffy uniform and told to straighten their tie. But one schoolboy has been punished for refusing to wear a clip-on tie because he wants to wear a smarter traditional one – which breaches 'health and safety rules'.

Ned RocknRoll in legal battle to halt publication of semi-naked photographs of him in fancy dress

Winslet’s husband in legal battle to halt publication of semi-naked photographs of him in fancy dress Ned RocknRoll, 34, was pictured indulging in 'silly schoolboy antics'Photographs were discovered on a Facebook page By Simon Cable PUBLISHED: 01:29 GMT, 8 January 2013 | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 8 January 2013 Kate Winslet’s husband yesterday attempted to ban photographs of him semi-naked in fancy dress from being published. Ned RocknRoll, who married the Hollywood actress a few weeks ago, was in London’s High Court to try to ban a tabloid newspaper from printing the pictures taken of him indulging in ‘silly schoolboy antics’. The images of the 34-year-old, who is a nephew of Sir Richard Branson, were discovered on a Facebook page

999? My son won"t go to bed: Police reveal the ridiculous calls people make to emergency line

999 My son won't go to bed: Police reveal the ridiculous calls people make to emergency number Calls made to emergency services include a father whose son wouldn't go to bed and a man checking a football scoreOne job seeker rang and asked police to type up his CVBut there is a serious message: Lives are put at risk by unnecessary calls | UPDATED: 01:21 GMT, 26 December 2012 Officer My son won't go to bed: Police have revealed the frivolous calls people make to 999. File picture An angry dad dialled 999 to report his teenage son for refusing to go to bed. The schoolboy, 14, was playing on his games console at midnight and ignored his parents' pleas to switch it off and get some sleep.

Paralysed schoolboy, 12, amazes his mother as he writes a Christmas song by BLINKING

Paralysed schoolboy, 12, amazes his mother as he writes a Christmas song by BLINKINGAdam Bojelian, 12, who has cerebral palsy, wrote the song with the help of mother Zoe, 52With the help of a Hollywood musician, the family have now made the song available on iTunes for charity It has already attracted celebrity backing including from actor Ewan McGregor | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 20 December 2012 A paralysed schoolboy who can only communicate with his eyes has written a Christmas song by blinking. Adam Bojelian, 12, who has cerebral palsy, wrote the song with the help of mother Zoe, 52, who painstakingly pointed at letters until the festive track was complete.

Adam Lanza: How Newtown gunman went from fresh-faced schoolboy to home-schooled loner

Changing face of a killer: How gunman went from fresh-faced schoolboy to home-schooled loner who liked to burn himself with a lighterThe shooter, Adam Lanza, 20, described as a ‘ticking time bomb’ who suffered from Asperger’s syndrome and was painfully shy and awkwardMother Nancy Lanza believed he'd begun to burn himself so he could 'feel something'Peers remember him as a quiet and extremely intelligent student who kept to himself and carried black briefcase to classGrew up around guns with his mother's guidance on how to shoot Brother Ryan, 24, an accountant at Ernst and Young, said Adam had personality disorder Gunman killed his mother at home they shared in Newtown, then stole her guns and carried out massacreReporters broke the news of the massacre to Adam's father, Peter, who is divorced from the mother and lives in Stamford, Connecticut with new wife | UPDATED: 10:34 GMT, 17 December 2012 After perpetrating one of the worst mass shootings in American history Adam Lanza has become a household name, but details on the man behind the monstrous act remain maddeningly scarce. But from what we now know about Lanza from former classmates and those few who spoke with the deeply disturbed young man alternately described as shy, intelligent, and a masochist, it seems Lanza went from meek fresh-faced schoolboy to a home-schooled loner who hurt himself so that he could 'feel something.' At his most innocent, Lanza is described as a mild-mannered student in high school, making the honor roll, and living with his mother, Nancy Lanza, who in turn loved playing dice games and decorating their upscale home for the holidays. Innocent once: Gunman Adam Lanza was just another fresh-faced student once, described by peers as shy but intelligent Killer: Adam Lanza would sometimes burn himself as if he was trying to find a way to feel, his mother said Weird: Students said Lanza while quiet was developing into a kid who hung out with the 'freaks' Nancy Lanza's home in Newtown, Connecticut, where she was found shot dead from a gunshot wound to the face He also suffered from Asperger's syndrome and was painfully shy and awkward, former classmates said.

Changing face of a killer: How gunman went from fresh-faced schoolboy to home-schooled loner who liked to burn himself with a lighter

Changing face of a killer: How gunman went from fresh-faced schoolboy to home-schooled loner who liked to burn himself with a lighterThe shooter, Adam Lanza, 20, described as a ‘ticking time bomb’ who suffered from Asperger’s syndrome and was painfully shy and awkwardMother Nancy Lanza believed he'd begun to burn himself so he could 'feel something'Peers remember him as a quiet and extremely intelligent student who kept to himself and carried black briefcase to classGrew up around guns with his mother's guidance on how to shoot Brother Ryan, 24, an accountant at Ernst and Young, said Adam had personality disorder Gunman killed his mother at home they shared in Newtown, then stole her guns and carried out massacreReporters broke the news of the massacre to Adam's father, Peter, who is divorced from the mother and lives in Stamford, Connecticut with new wife | UPDATED: 00:53 GMT, 17 December 2012 After perpetrating one of the worst mass shootings in American history Adam Lanza has become a household name, but details on the man behind the monstrous act remain maddeningly scarce. But from what we now know about Lanza from former classmates and those few who spoke with the deeply disturbed young man alternately described as shy, intelligent, and a masochist, it seems Lanza went from meek fresh-faced schoolboy to a home-schooled loner who hurt himself so that he could 'feel something.' At his most innocent, Lanza is described as a mild-mannered student in high school, making the honor roll, and living with his mother, Nancy Lanza, who in turn loved playing dice games and decorating their upscale home for the holidays. Innocent once: Gunman Adam Lanza was just another fresh-faced student once, described by peers as shy but intelligent Killer: Adam Lanza would sometimes burn himself as if he was trying to find a way to feel, his mother said Weird: Students said Lanza while quiet was developing into a kid who hung out with the 'freaks' Nancy Lanza's home in Newtown, Connecticut, where she was found shot dead from a gunshot wound to the face He also suffered from Asperger's syndrome and was painfully shy and awkward, former classmates said

Schoolboy, 14, suffers dented SKULL saving 13-year-old girl from thug who battered them with metal bar in unprovoked attack

Schoolboy, 14, suffers dented SKULL saving 13-year-old girl from thug who battered them with metal bar in unprovoked attackCallum Leonard helped Jessica Wilde as man attacked them near schoolHe suffered 5cm gash to front of his head and 4cm wound above his ear Jessica left with 7cm cut and grazes over her scalp as they fled onslaughtWere so frightened they ran for 15 minutes before stopping, says his motherWest Midlands Police appeal for information as they launch manhuntDetective: Psychological scars from 'brutal' attack will take some time to heal | UPDATED: 16:14 GMT, 11 December 2012 A hero schoolboy suffered a dented skull as he helped his female friend escape a thug who battered them with a metal bar in an unprovoked attack, it emerged today. Callum Leonard, 14, grabbed Jessica Wilde, 13, as she lay on the ground after they were set upon by a man in his 20s. They had been sat on a playing field near Wallbank Primary School in Tipton, Birmingham, texting friends when the man launched at them at 5.40pm on November 20

Hero schoolboy, 14, saves security guard by jumping into middle of eight-man brawl in shopping centre

The have-a-go-hero schoolboy: 14-year-old jumps into middle of eight-man brawl in shopping centre to protect security guard Jack Slater was still wearing his uniform when he leapt in to helpThe fight in Maidstone, Kent, saw guards bitten, punched and headbuttedTeen, who said he would do it again, was given a reward for his bravery | UPDATED: 17:35 GMT, 30 November 2012 Jack Slater was still wearing his school uniform when he jumped in to help. He has since been rewarded for his bravery A teenager in his school uniform dived in to stop a fight which saw four security guards punched, kicked, head-butted and bitten. Have-a-go-hero Jack Slater, 14, did not spare a thought for his own safety until after he saved the security man from four attackers