Download: Teen Faces Charges After Recording Bullies

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A disabled Pennsylvania boy is facing felony charges after recording bullies on his iPad to be used as evidence.

According to The Blaze, the 15-year-old took the recording of the students harassing him in class to the principal, but instead of punishing the other students, school officials threatened to have the teenager arrested for felony wiretapping.

The state of Pennsylvania requires all people to be aware when making a recording.

The boy’s mother wants the charges thrown out and she wants the school to apologize to her son.

The bullies have yet to receive any punishment.

An appeal date has been set for later this month.

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