Gabriel didn't go to school the following day, but went back January 26.
Carson Elementary School has declined to release the video that shows what took place January 24 in one of its bathrooms, resulting in what exactly it contains to be in dispute, according to the Washington Post.
Reynolds' attorneys say she didn't learn her son was bullied until they saw an email written by a Cincinnati police detective that describes the scene outside a boys' bathroom, where the attorneys say Gabriel was knocked unconscious. Gabriel laid on the hallway floor for more than seven minutes.
"It was very hard for me to believe that an 8-year-old would even know what it means to commit suicide", Sammarco told WLW.
According to a Cincinnati Public Schools statement, the nurse followed the established rules.
"If the school had told her that he had been assaulted, was unconscious for7½ minutes before we were able to revive him, of course, she would have immediately taken him to Children's (Hospital and) told the doctors what the symptoms were and what had happened, shown them the video so they could have seen it, and she would have called the police", Branch said.
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"What we are investigating is grounds to file a lawsuit and looking to see if the school district did anything to contribute to his death", Branch said.
Gabriel's mother said through her lawyer, Jennifer Branch of Cincinnati, that no one at Carson told her about the assault when she collected Gabriel that day. "We are committed to student safety and ensuring that all CPS schools foster a positive, learning environment", the statement said.
Clearly things had gotten too much for the little boy to deal with, as just two days after the incident, he was found dead in his bedroom.
On the evening after the incident at school, after Gabriel's mother was told he "fainted", he became nauseous and started vomiting, Branch said.
Following the awful incident, the school claimed they had followed protocol in a statement, and the police closed the investigation saying the school could best handle the case. The coroner for Hamilton County has stated that she will be re-opening her investigation into young Gabriel's death. She also stated that Reynolds took Gabriel to the hospital that night for what she assumed was the stomach flu after he complained of stomach pain. Gabriel told school staff that he had fainted a spokesperson from the school shared on Friday.
Cincinnati police declined further comment on its handling of the matter because Sammarco has reopened the investigation by her office. Two days prior, Gabe was a victim of an apparent violent bullying incident at school that left him unconscious on the school's bathroom floor before an adult employee intervened.
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About a dozen people, mostly parents, showed up in front of Carson School Friday morning with signs to protest bullying.
"I just think it needs to stop, and something needs to be done", she said.
Another concerned parent, Carolyn Emery, said she has a 9-year-old daughter who attends Carson and that bullying is s chronic problem there.
Leader said Gabriel had no history of mental health issues and described him as a happy-go-lucky kid.
Following her son's death, Reynolds also released a statement.
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