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Released from custody after Santa Klara school beating of student

Feliciano u Alexander Camilleri, the brothers who were arraigned in Court after beating a 15-year old boy at the Santa Klara school, were released from custody.

During the incident, which occured recently, the Camilleri brothers entered the school, with one of them holding the 15-year old Arab boy by the neck to beat him.

The Camilleri brothers claimed they beat the boy because he had an argument and attacked Feliciano’s son.

During the incident, the school’s assistant head suffered fractures in her spine, while an LSA was hit by a metal puncher in his head after they intervened to calm the situation.

Feliciano Camilleri was granted bail on a deposit of €2,000 and personal guarantee of €3,000, while his brother Alexander was released on a €2,500 bail and personal guarantee of another €2,500.

See also:

Suldat u ħuh jinżammu arrestati wara li darbu tifel fl-iskola ta’ Santa Klara f’Pembroke

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