Autistic boy, 11, screams for mercy as he is kicked, choked and hit by bus driver & helper

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A shocking video has surfaced of a severely autistic Virginia boy being hit, kicked and choked by a school bus driver and special education aide.

Alice Holland and Mary Evans were both convicted of assaulting Timothy Kilpatrick, who was aged 11 at the time of the attacks in September 2009.

Now Timothy’s family have opened a $20million injury and negligence lawsuit against the Bedford County school board, Holland and Evans.

Timothy was helplessly isolated in his seat with tight harnesses on each shoulder, reported the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

The boy can hardly speak and weighed 190lbs at the time of the attack

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