The daughter of a foreign diplomat stabbed a schoolmate twice in the back Tuesday at a preppy international school in Washington, DC – though she will avoid prosecution because of diplomatic immunity.
The incident reportedly took place just before 1pm at the British International School in the Georgetown section of Washington, according to NBC Washington.
The victim was rushed to Children’s National Medical Center.
He was said to be conscious and alert, according to NBC Washington.
Authorities briefly detained the girl, but as the daughter of a diplomat she is legally exempt from prosecution.
The daughter of a foreign diplomat stabbed a schoolmate twice in the back Tuesday at the British International School (above) in the Georgetown section of Washington, DC
There is no word as to the identity of the children involved or the countries of origin.
'The suspect has been identified, however, because of her diplomatic status, there's going to be no arrest at this time,' Washington police Inspector Mike Coligan said.
'Any questions regarding the diplomatic status can be referred to the State