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I know the girl who is the target of this horrible, cruel prank. I would love to send a message out to those who are involved: PLEASE STEP FORWARD. You have NO right to judge her, especially considering the fact that you won't even take the time to get to know her. I am unsure how, when, or where she was diagnosed with the conditions she supposedly has, or who diagnosed her. I don't know what, if any, treatment is being used to help her. Maybe you should all put yourselves in her shoes. Live ONE DAY of her life. See what she goes through. Then ask yourself if you would want your peers to treat you the same way you are treating her. As for the school officials, TAKE ACTION. If nobody will step forward, then punish them ALL. Set a positive example AGAINST this sort of situation. Do something for your school and your students! I am standing up to defend and support her, especially since I have gone through similar issues, and due to my own personal interest in this story. The officials at the school I was attending would do NOTHING. I was one child, I was unimportant. Nothing was ever done to help me. As someone whose interests are VERY close to this story, I urge somebody to step forward. Name others. I am begging the school superintendent to do something. Too many children end up taking drastic measures due to similar situations in order to get away from it because nobody will help. This girl can't seem to understand what is being done to her. She cannot defend herself. So what if she feels that her pet duck is her best friend? Maybe that animal listens to her when she talks. It doesn't make fun of or laugh at her. It doesn't judge her. That duck loves her. Maybe everyone at Pacific High School should be more like her pet duck.Sep 27, 2012