Shock video shows Asian HS student fight for his life when classmate attacks with a knife

Shocking video posted by journalist Andy Ngo shows a tall, black student viciously attacking a smaller Asian student with a knife in the hallway of Proctor High School in Utica, New York.

The stabbing reportedly took place Monday, with the victim receiving multiple wounds to the back and hands. He wrestled with his attacker for nearly a minute before teachers were alerted and able to intervene.

Watch: (** Graphic content warning)

According to WKTV, the victim was taken to the hospital, but his injuries were not life-threatening. The case is being given to the Criminal Investigation Division and Juvenile Aid Unit.

Earlier in 2022, a “weapons detection system” was installed in the school, so it is unclear how the student was able to get the knife into the school. Police are looking into that at this time.

“We’re looking at the metal detecting systems themselves, we’re looking at the calibration, the police are interviewing the assailant and trying to get information from him on how the weapon was brought into the school,” said Acting Superintendent Brian Nolan.

The assailant is facing charges of attempted assault and criminal possession of a weapon, though given that the attack took place in New York, it’s unclear if he will receive any jail time. Or if he will be punished at all.

Meanwhile, on social media, people have a lot of questions:

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