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Student stabbed in Wisconsin high school has diedSubmitted: 04/28/2017
KENOSHA - A student who was stabbed at a Wisconsin high school has died from his injuries.

The 15-year-old freshman boy was stabbed Tuesday at Bradford High School in Kenosha.

The Kenosha News reports that the suspect, also a 15-year-old boy, is now being charged as an adult with second-degree intentional homicide.

Prior court testimony indicated the suspect brought a knife to school because he felt threatened by his classmate. According to prior testimony, the boys were friends but ended their friendship over a girl. The stabbing happened in retaliation after the victim punched the suspect in the face.

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