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Joe LaFurgey, WOOD

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - A Grand Rapids, Michigan school cafeteria worker is out of a job after admitting she hired two fourth-graders to beat up a fellow student.

"I didn't believe it. Who would believe something like that?" said the mother of the intended target.

She asked not to be identified.

When the principal of Campus Elementary School knocked on her door Monday night, he confirmed it.

The 9-year-old intended victim, also a fourth-grader, said something he shouldn't have to the woman. The school's investigation revealed the worker gave two other fourth-graders a total of $1 and told them to beat him up.

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