"If the school had told her what had happened to him in the bathroom, that he was unconscious for such a long period of time, she would have taken to the hospital immediately, reported that to the medical professionals, and she would have called the police", said the mother's attorney Jennifer Branch.
Following the terrible incident, the school claimed they had followed protocol in a statement, and the police closed the investigation saying the school could best handle the case.
Reynolds found out about the bullying incident after her attorneys received a copy of a police investigative file that contained an email from a homicide detective to school officials describing the surveillance video, she said.
Leader said it was unclear if Taye hit his head on the wall or on the floor, but said the video shows the other students pointing, laughing and kicking Taye before school staff found and revived him. Attorneys for the boy's mother say the child lay unconscious for 7½ minutes before an assistant principal came to his aid.
"There's enough information here that we would like to reopen the case to look at whether we need to amend the death certificate", Coroner Lakshmi Sammarco told WLW Radio on Thursday, according to WCPO.
An Ohio coroner has reopened its investigation into an 8-year-old boy's suicide, and his school district is expected to release video showing a bully knocking him unconscious two days before he killed himself.
Gabriel's mother took him to the hospital later that evening after he vomited and complained of stomach pains.
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He lay on the floor unconscious for almost eight minutes. The district released the video Friday afternoon.
The Cincinnati Police Department told ABC News in a statement: "On January 26th, 2017, The Cincinnati Police Department conducted an investigation into the death of Gabriel Taye".
"When they tell his mother what happened, they just say that he fainted", Branch said.
District officials and attorneys for Gabriel's mother have disputed what the mother was told the day Gabriel was knocked unconscious.
When Reynolds asked him what happened at school the day he was knocked unconscious, he said he didn't know, her attorneys said.
Eight-year-old Taye, a Carson School student whom Reynolds described as "a shining light to everyone who knew and loved him", hanged himself January 26 after what his family and their legal team claims was an incident of severe physical bullying at school two days before.
About a dozen people, mostly parents, showed up in front of Carson School Friday morning with signs to protest bullying.
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"Who always had a smile on his face and would bring a smile to your face", she said.
"There's lots of violence going on in that school", she said. Another child smacked the girl in the face and nothing was done about it, she said. (Picture: Reuters) That same night, she took him to the hospital after he started throwing up and he was diagnosed with a stomach flu. Leader said she watched the surveillance video and that it shows another boy acting aggressively toward students.
Carolyn Emery has two children at the school, including a daughter who was in first grade with Gabriel.
This Friday, May 12, 2017, photo shows the Carson School, an elementary school in Cincinnati.
Attorneys for Reynolds say they have not filed a lawsuit against the school yet.
A Cincinnati Public Schools statement that was released on Thursday prior to the footage becoming public said officials at the school had said that he was "motionless", but denied the assault allegations, according to The Huffington Post.
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