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Young woman jumped, the attack posted

The video shows the victim getting her hair pulled. The video shows the victim getting her hair pulled.
The attack broke out in the street. The attack broke out in the street.
A woman with a young child was nearby when the attacked happened in broad daylight. A woman with a young child was nearby when the attacked happened in broad daylight.

An attack on a learning disabled woman was caught with a cell phone video camera; and then, 
to add insult to injury the brutality was posted on Facebook by one of the assailants.

The video that is getting shared for everyone to see on Facebook shows a 20-year-old woman getting beaten in broad daylight.

She says her attackers spit on her, yanked her hair, and that someone in the crowd shot her with a taser.

"It was like a whole bunch of girls there." They tased me on my side and leg and kicked me in my face and stomach," the victim described.

The attack happened about a week ago on West 80th Street and Detroit just blocks away from Cleveland's hot Gordon Square District.

Business owner Abe Williams is shocked by the video. He knows the women behind the beat down along with the victim. He says they are regular customers.

"It hurts me. It bothers me," Williams expressed.

The attack happened after the women walked out of William's business, Abe's Beauty Supply.

The video shows bullies walking up and one asking another with a cell phone camera, "You rolling?" 

The trouble even starts with a woman and a small child just a few feet away.

The attack was so intense the video shows a man really struggling to break it up. Then, others in the crowd calmly get in a car and leave. From what 19 Action News has gathered it seems the victim and at least one of her attackers have had an on-going feud.

We checked with Cleveland Police; there haven't been any charges filed yet; but, second district investigators are working the case.

Again, the victim who remains on edge, ""I feel like I can't go anywhere. They really need to get in jail 'cuz they can do this to anybody out here."

One of the alleged attackers listed as a suspect in the case is already wanted for pouring hot grease on four other women. Meanwhile, Williams says he doesn't want anything to do with customers who cause that kind of harm to others.

"Stay the hell out. That's a defenseless little girl. I don't think I've ever heard her raise her voice quite honestly." 

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