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14-year old Jordan sustained a head injury after being assaulted on Snapchat, changing his life forever. Jordan and his father Ed are working to get laws passed that make cyberbullying a serious crime.
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14-year old Jordan’s life was forever changed when he was intentionally attacked by a stranger so it could be posted on Snapchat.