An assistant basketball coach at Murrah High School in Jackson, Miss. is on leave after a lawsuit has been brought against him for whipping team members.
According to WJTV, Assistant Coach Marlon Dorsey has admitted to whipping members of the basketball team.
One whipping was recorded on a cell phone video camera. The short, grainy video allegedly shows him beating a student with a weightlifting belt for missing a play during practice.
CNN's Ali Velshi interviews Lisa Ross, the attorney representing the players, and Jason Hubbard, Sr., the father of one of the players allegedly whipped.