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A sign for the Hercules Middle/High School campus is shown in Hercules, Calif., Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Police on Tuesday were investigating reports of a brutal assault of a transgender teen. The 15-year-old student told officers that he was leaving a boy's bathroom at the school on Monday when three teenage boys pushed him inside a handicapped stall and physically and sexually assaulted him, Hercules police Detective Connie Van Putten said. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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Charles Ramsey, president of the West Contra Costa school board, walks out of a boys bathroom where police were investigating reports of a brutal assault of a transgender teen at the Hercules Middle-High School campus in Hercules, Calif., Tuesday, March 4, 2014. The 15-year-old student told officers he was leaving a boy's bathroom at Hercules High School on Monday when three teenage boys pushed him inside a handicapped stall and physically and sexually assaulted him, Hercules police Detective Connie Van Putten said. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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Charles Ramsey, president of the West Contra Costa school board, stands outside of the boys bathroom where police were investigating reports of a brutal assault of a transgender teen at the Hercules Middle-High School campus in Hercules, Calif., Tuesday, March 4, 2014. The 15-year-old student told officers he was leaving a boy's bathroom at Hercules High School on Monday when three teenage boys pushed him inside a handicapped stall and physically and sexually assaulted him, Hercules police Detective Connie Van Putten said. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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A disabled toilet stall is shown in the boys bathroom where police were investigating reports of a brutal assault of a transgender teen at the Hercules Middle-High School campus in Hercules, Calif., Tuesday, March 4, 2014. The 15-year-old student told officers he was leaving a boy's bathroom at Hercules High School on Monday when three teenage boys pushed him inside a handicapped stall and physically and sexually assaulted him, Hercules police Detective Connie Van Putten said. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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Adam Taylor, executive director of kindergarten through 12th grade school operations for West Contra Costa Unified School District, left, stands next to a security officer in front of the health clinic at the Hercules Middle-High School campus in Hercules, Calif., Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Police on Tuesday were investigating reports of a brutal assault of a transgender teen who was using a high school bathroom in a San Francisco Bay Area suburb. The 15-year-old student told officers he was leaving a boy's bathroom at Hercules High School on Monday when three teenage boys pushed him inside a handicapped stall and physically and sexually assaulted him, Hercules police Detective Connie Van Putten said. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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This image from a video released by the U.S. Supreme Court from a dashboard camera video shows West Memphis, Ark., police officers firing shots at a car driven by Donald Rickard on July 17, 2004. Rickard led police across the Mississippi River into Memphis, Tenn., on a high-speed chase. Rickard and passenger Kelly Allen were shot to death by officers. The Supreme Court is considering an appeal from the officers who say they did nothing wrong and should not be held financially liable for the deaths. Supreme Court justices on March 4, 2014, seemed poised to rule for police officers involved in a high-speed chase that ended with the deaths of the fleeing driver and his passenger. The video was not shown in court, but justices had seen it as part of filings with the court. (AP Photo/U.S. Supreme Court)

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This image from a video released by the U.S. Supreme Court from a dashboard camera video shows police officers at the scene where a car driven by Donald Rickard on July 17, 2004, crashed. Rickard led police officers from West Memphis, Ark., across the Mississippi River into Memphis, Tenn., on a high-speed chase. Rickard and passenger Kelly Allen were shot to death by officers. The Supreme Court is considering an appeal from the officers who say they did nothing wrong and should not be held financially liable for the deaths. Supreme Court justices on March 4, 2014, seemed poised to rule for police officers involved in a high-speed chase that ended with the deaths of the fleeing driver and his passenger. The video was not shown in court, but justices had seen it as part of filings with the court. (AP Photo/U.S. Supreme Court)