Highschool bully apologizes to his victim after anti-bullying rally

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Halsey Parkerson told his aunt what happened that day. When the bully approached him he was told he "didn't have any friends". His aunt was worried and managed to come up with an interesting way of handling the boy's bully problem. 

More than 50 cars carrying people from an online car club where the aunt was also a member showed up to the school on Friday. School principal David Phelps was alerted about what was happening but decided to allow everything to continue. The bully asked for an apology. Parkerson was very happy to get past his bully problem. He also declared that he realized what happened that day was not really about him but was a public display that will encourage anyone in a situation similar to his to seek support.

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