Bullied Man Confronts Alleged Childhood Bully 35 Years Later

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A bullied man confronts alleged childhood bully 35 years later in front of the school board MORE ON THIS STORY http://abc13.com/3239268 LANCE HINDT RESIGNS: https://abc13.co/2KfrugO Follow-up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYgHgVnblW4&feature=youtu.be When Greg Barrett (a KISD graduate from 1983, formerly known as Greg Gay) spoke at a recent school board meeting, no one expected would happen next. Mr. Barrett describes the horrendous school bullying he endured as a teen - proclaiming that the very man sitting on the school board is the person who bullied him some 35 years ago. Mr. Barrett believes he was attacked because his last name was "Gay". Subscribe to our channel! Videos added daily. Follow us for more great content! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abc13Houston/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/abc13houston Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abc13houston/


Sherri H : And he laughs? Really? So he never grew up then.

Chaoxytal : Should have brought that.45 with him

Mike Reuben : Dude had no balls to admit he'd bullied this guy. To afraid he would have to resign I'm sure.

TheAs57 : Lance Hindt is the name of the bully . He is still a Bully looking at the way he behaved. There are people like him in this planet. People have to force that type of morons to resign from their job. Here is what I found. The superintendent, Lance Hindt, was forced into early resignation due to accusations of being a vicious bully and plagiarism of his doctoral dissertation

tauresa ttauresa : My god, he laughed and did not apologise. What a horrible man.

its_that_doge : I hope this man sees these comments.

RealBrezForPrez : Put the 45 in his mouth and see if he still laughs.

Ammar Siddiqui : Bullies should be given mandatory military service so they understand what shit feels like.

Wholesome Lad : Hold on... he has a job at a school now?!

Michael Moretti : That chuckle ... is a confession. And, clearly, he hasn't changed worth a damn in the 35 years since.

Rei Gon : I remember when I got bullied.. The guy pushed me and slap me and also broke my lip... Later that day i was walking around school with the heaviest book we had šŸ“™.. I saw the bully distracted and i smacked the book soo hard on the back of his head.. He felt of the floor passed out.. I kicked him right on his mouth he lost a few teeth.. I got expelled for a week.. My parents were soooo proud.. My god father brought me gifts (Calvin klein designer clothes Tommy-Hilfiger ., my uncles too).. When i came back to the school i went to the bully.. I told him next time i will slash you across the face with a razor.. Sooo what's going to be?

Adam Zaidi : Someday those boys will grow up but it seems as if the guy who was the bully never grew up because he couldn't even acknowledge what he done and made a simple apology but yet only laughed. Absolutely pathetic!

LJDRVR : Perhaps somebody should put Lance's head in a urinal and let him see if he still finds the whole subject funny.

itsnotthesamething : I was bullied horribly in school. Slapped, kicked, called names. Even the kids who probably normally wouldn't bully, bullied me, because they were afraid not to. I even had one teacher bully me. I never told my mother about the teacher, till later, after I had grown up. She was mortified! She knew I was bullied, and tried to get it stopped, as did most of my teachers. Some teachers even took extra care with me. I would imagine, now, I would be diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. The symptoms sure sound like me. I have chosen to forgive those who tormented me in school. I have run into several, throughout my adulthood, who recognized, and seemed pleasantly surprised to see me. They were just kids, and some may actually think about how they treated me then, as opposed to how they are, as an adult. That being said, the fact that this man snickered in the face of his accuser, says all I need to hear. When an adult thinks it's a joke, that someone's life was destroyed, by the actions of children, including himself, he does not need to be on a board, that makes any decisions pertaining to children!

Richard Karas : Did you noticed at the end that the superintendent laughed. TheĀ superintendent isĀ repulsive and showed no respect to this man. I'm glad that this man came forward. He is now dealing with a lot of pain that heĀ has held for so many years. I applaud him for what he did.

Lady Diana : I can testify how bullying affects well into adult life. I waa diagnosed with ptsd

s r : He was smirking most of the time the guy was speaking. He smirked as if he enjoyed hearing the recap of what he did.

BadUploadSchedule惄 : If you have someone bullying you becausr of your surname being called 'gay' then you know they've hit a really low point...

Ronald Likstrƶm : I would never had the courage to do this. I was never bullied, or bullied anybody, but it must have taken guts to confront this guy.

Thog : A moment of silence for Mr. Gay.

Cherry Bomber : A man like that doesn't deserve to be where he is today. Shame on him for laughing.

Dirtroad D : Fire Lance rally starts now...fire lance fire lance

Billy Babu The Story teller : The evils of man.

Tyler Mcay : The 1 lie you are always told in school is that bullying will not be tolerated

Desmond Miles : I hope that dude gets a cursed life

Kieran Blaze : I went through the exact same thing and he's right! There was NO ONE to help. The teachers, head master (principal) even my parents... all bullies!!! Stays with you for sure and one can really struggle as an adult. I hope and pray the best for you if this is your struggle. I have found much comfort in The Lord since school. Praise Him, my great help and true friendšŸ˜‡

Slartibartfast : ...and he laughs, shows how people don't change.

LAZY DOG : This guy's reaction to the mans speech says it all. šŸ’©

One does not simply : Some wounds never heal.

Miguel Zino : After having gone through most of the school system bullied myself, I can feel this man's pain. It didn't ruin me but I believe I'd be a lot more 'psychologically whole' if pointless stuff like that never had happened. There are rotten people out there and that laughing shithead in the video is a prime example.

FunkyDemonCat : People say that your bullies will grow up and you're gonna be successful and theyre gonna be on the streets, this is the proof that it dosent work like that, life is unfair.

Hero X : The bully cant even apologize after 35 years, I bet he still a bully now.

Patrick Sullivan : Did the superintendent smirk and smile at the end of Gays statement? Whatā€™s so goddamn funny? I hate to admit it but I had violent thoughts in that moment

Art V. : And people still wonder why there are school shootings

Big Boss : I experienced the something similar. But never urinal or toilet. I was lied on, mistreated by my teachers and my coaches. The kids, just had no reason. I couldn't even learn everything, because when I didn't catch on one of the students told the teacher to skip over me. Everytime, and they did. They knew I didn't have parents that had my back, so they continued to do it. Had no one to turn too. What I learned in this world no magical fairy or guilt comes over certain oppressors when they are doing you wrong. They'll keep doing it, time and time again as long as they can get away with it. They don't know when to stop until you do something and then after you do something they pretend like they don't understand and play the victim.

Toasted Fan Art : I got bullied hard in school and this video really meant a lot to me, but I'm not gonna lie, when he said his name was "Greg Gay", I grinned a little.

Handfloboxingreview : No surprise at all he's just amother price of shit with a position of authority because these are the type of people that are drawn to that position

John The Fascist : Those same bullies in school work themselves into positions of power.

Doyle Hargraves : I believe I would whip Lance's ass in the parking lot for that chuckle.

Moayad : Top 10 unexpected Anime plot twist moments

ChazClimbingVids : damn what a doucher.. would have been awesome if the bullied guy pulled out a .45 out and took him out right there. Wouldnt be laughing

Chance Jaxson : What pos to laugh and not apologize. The real loser.

I cum all over on ur black dads bald shiny head : ā€œ35 years laterā€

TimeToMakeStool : That bully grew up but never grew into a man. A real man would have taken responsibility for his actions of the past and apologized instead of laughing at someone who was on the brink of suicide

Sallie Taylor : OMG....I am sat here with my mouth open I can't moveTalk about just reward.

PsyMongazoid : Lance might be a very different person now or he might not. Either way, he needs to find that guy, take him quietly to one side, and sincerely apologise for his actions as a kid without making excuses for his behaviour. That might go some way towards healing a deep psychological wound. If he laughs it off he might one day find himself lying somewhere with a bullet in him wishing he'd said something.

5 Years Ago : Wow I feel so bad for this guy šŸ˜”

jake lane : Does hindt realize that maybe if he didn't laugh in this dude's face, he maybe wouldn't have gotten so much backlash?

hubert crackhead : Lance got what was coming heā€™s going to lose his job!!