CRESWELL, Ore. - Erin Taylor is a mother from Creswell who has seen bullying all too often in schools.
"It angers me, it makes me really mad," Taylor said. "We've lived here for 2 years and it's happened to not only this son, but also my older son."
Taylor recently got an e-mail with a link to a You Tube video.
"I put the You Tube video on, and I said 'Oh my gosh there's my son,'" Taylor said.
Taylor's sixth grade son, Jordan, was taking a beating from a schoolmate at Creswell Middle School in the video.
"I was walking down the street to my house with my friend and we were just having a great time making jokes and stuff," said Jordan Taylor, Erin's son. "He just starts hitting me over and over and then he gets up and kicks me in the head."
The disturbing beat down in the video was very upsetting to other parents in Creswell.
One parent upset about it is Kyisha Lawson. Lawson's son, Brenden Schwartz, is the one beating Jordan in the video.
"This video looks horrible, it's disturbing to me," Lawson said. "I was very upset with Brenden."
According to Schwartz, he didn't know his friend had pushed record that afternoon.
"In the video, it looked like I was totally bullying him," Schwartz said.
Schwartz said he does not feel like he is the real bully in the matter.
"Him saying rude comments to me is pretty much the same thing as bullying," Schwartz said.
Parents of both boys agree the bullying is a problem in Creswell.
Now that the video of the recent fight is on-line, the parents are concerned the issue will only get worse.
"These kids aren't learning their lessons from just letting it go," said Taylor. "They need to see that there are consequences to actions."
According to Creswell Schools superintendent Todd Hamilton, bullying is a problem in general.
The official said it is something that all school districts are addressing.
Lane County Sheriff's Office said they did not wish to comment on the issue.