Proposed Law to Make Recording Attacks Illegal

Months after his teenage son was brutally attacked with a skateboard, Ed Peisner is proposing a law that would not only punish the aggressor but those who stood by and recorded the attacks.

On December 9th, 14-year-old Jordan Peisner was sucker punched and attacked with a skateboard.

The assault was filmed and shared on Snapchat. 

He suffered a skull fracture and brain bleeding, and is still dealing with blood clots and hearing loss.

After seeing how his son has suffered, Ed knew he had to act.

"I have my crying moments. It's life-changing which is I why I have to affect other children - make it my mission."

The Peisners have joined forces with Assemblyman Matt Dababneh to create Jordan's Law.

If passed, Jordan's Law would make it illegal to deliberately record and post attacks on social media.

Ed posted the petition online and Jordan says the law will be useful to prevent future attacks like his.

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