April 29, 2022
CHICAGO — This story would have been published yesterday. But this blogger took a few deep breaths and removed from the story all of the home addresses and phone numbers of the parents and teachers involved in young Nate Bronstein’s death. What an absolutely awful time to be a child in this day and age.
Mr. Robert Bronstein and Mrs. Rosellene Bronstein filed a 66-page lawsuit in Cook County (Illinois) Circuit Court on April 25. The complaint starts right out describing the ghastly details of January 13, 2022. Mr. Bronstein discovered his son Nate “hanging from a shower head, with a cord wrapped around his neck as a noose” at 9:30 p.m. that evening. Mrs. Bronstein and Nate’s two sisters ran into the bathroom after Mr. Bronstein screamed in horror.
Mr. Bronstein and the 17-year-old sister desperately tried to resuscitate Nate. But he was gone. Now the entire family must live with that frightening final image of their beloved family member. And of course mainstream media are covering up the reason Nate took his own life.
Nature of lawsuit
Several Chicago-area mainstream media outlets, including CBS 2 and ABC 7 covered this story. But they failed to include the most crucial fact from the lawsuit. Thus we won’t be linking or embedding any of those stories.
Nate was a sophomore at the Latin School of Chicago. It is a private school with tuition costs of $41,000 per academic year. He transferred to the school in the fall from Francis W. Parker School because the latter was not offering in-person learning due to the so-called pandemic. Nate was relentlessly bullied and harassed by other students from his very first day at the Latin School. Mrs. Bronstein contacted Latin School administrators, including counselors Anneliese Kranz and Jane Knoche, and Dean of Students Bridget Hennessy, a total of 30 times in October and November of 2021. But her concerns were dismissed as “family problems,” according to the lawsuit.
The Bronstein’s are suing pursuant to the Illinois Parental Responsibility Law (740 ILCS 115/3). It states that “the parent or legal guardian of an unemancipated minor who resides with such parent or legal guardian is liable for actual damages for the wilful or malicious acts of such minor which cause injury to a person or property.” They are also suing for wrongful death and breach of contract, since the Latin School has specific policies and protocols in place to combat bullying. But the school failed to enforce said protocols.
“It must suck to have to take COVID tests every week”
Nate, just a few weeks into his first semester at the Latin School, tried socializing with other students. He asked his classmate and neighbor about homecoming parties and the dance the following month. But the student told Nate that he was not allowed to hang around him. Said student, who is the son of parent Mark Solovy, allegedly spread rumors that Nate was non-vaccinated.
The Solovy kid invited Nate to their house just a week or two earlier. Mrs. Solovy, according to the lawsuit, said to Nate, “it must suck to have to take a COVID test every week.” Despite Nate telling Mrs. Solovy that he had received the injections, she replied, “yeah right.” Several other students at the Latin School continually asked Nate if his parents were “anti-vaxxers.” It got so bad that Nate started skipping school in October to avoid the harassment.
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Several students then coordinated a social media attack (“cyberbullying”) on Nate. They transmitted Snapchat messages and photos saying things like “Fuck Nate Bronstein” and “[You’re] a terrible person.” They also transmitted a bunch of subliminal messages from rap songs that translate to implied death threats. It all culminated with the son of Leigh Ballen sending a Snapchat on December 13 telling Nate to kill himself.
The Bronstein’s informed the school that Nate was transferring back to Parker in the spring semester. Nate’s sister had planned to stick it out at the Latin School. But she told Ms. Bronstein that all the other students ignored her and wouldn’t speak to her at the beginning of the spring semester. The sister, on January 12, the day before Nate’s death, informed Mrs. Bronstein about what was happening. “No one talks to me any time I say anything at lunch. Everyone just ignores me,” the daughter texted Mrs. Bronstein that day.
The Latin School said the lawsuit is “inaccurate and misplaced,” and that the claims are unfounded. It’s unclear if the other Bronstein kids are still attending the Latin School.
Vaccinated is the “cool” thing for kids
This blogger remembers those ugly days in the mid-late 1980s when his parents divorced. That led to changing schools and towns every single year from sixth grade forward. It’s so very difficult for a teenager to change schools. It’s even worse when your family is torn apart at the same time. But at least in the 1980s, this blogger’s biggest concern in junior high was wearing Guess jeans to fit in with the new popular kids. He also had to physically fight bullies for the first time at the new school. But that was simply part of growing up.
Today kids are bombarded with persistent propaganda about mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. Get your shots, and you better have vaxx zealot parents. Otherwise you get the Nate Bronstein treatment. We’ve assisted several clients over at COVID Legal USA who are embroiled in bitter divorces and custody battles. One parent wants the kids injected. The other does not. But the kids want to be injected so they fit in with the other students. Further, most kids have been wearing masks everyday in school since 2020. There’s also the whole internet and social media aspect that has completely changed the way young people communicate.
This blogger wanted children when he was one himself. But as early as the late 1990s, he realized that it would be unfair and a bit cruel to bring children into this world. Nate received the “in-style” experimental injections, yet still was the target of vile vitriol taught to kids by their vaxx zealot parents. To all the non-vaccinated parents out there who are also fighting to keep their kids’ blood natural – you are heroes and deserve high-praise.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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