Should the mother that knew about her son condition get in the trouble instead of the child?

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Should the mother that knew about her son condition get in the trouble instead of the child?
“Some 10 year olds were playing dodgeball on the playground at school. A white kid got hit with the ball. Then they charged the 10 year old Black child with assault,”
" the mother, who knew about his illness, didn’t specify to the school that her child should not be involved with that type of sport."
" the mother, son ( the one being charged ) said that, neither she nor her son knew about the injured child's medical condition — nor did they know about the other school incidents — and feels the injured child shouldn't have been playing a risky game in the first place."
The child who has gotten hit, had a previous medical condition that made him susceptible to head injuries.
" He sustained facial tissue damage to his face. He had a black eye and a bruised nose.” She says that her son had already experienced similar incidents while engaging in physical activities at school, and that she “tried not to let it get to this point.”
The child reportedly sustained a concussion, but because it was an accident, Lindley didn’t expect punitive measures against her son Bryce to go any further.
The case, Wayne County’s assistant prosecuting attorney Maria Miller tells Yahoo Lifestyle, “was evaluated by our Juvenile Prosecuting Unit, and it was determined that there was enough evidence to for us to charge aggravated assault.”
Should the mother that knew about her son condition get in the trouble instead of the child?
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