2 high school football coaches in Chicago removed from jobs while attack on student is investigated

Oct. 4, 2011
Victim's mother says students who attacked her son were driven to the scene by the coaches

From The Chicago Sun-Times: Two football coaches at a Chicago high school were removed from their positions while district officials investigate their possible involvement in an attack of a boy on the South Side. The victim told police he was attacked and lost a tooth in the assault. The boy’s mother says her son was attacked by several youths after coaches from Fenger Academy High School allegedly drove the group to their home.

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