Nadin Khoury was walking home from school when the vicious gang set on him punching, kicking and dragging him through the snow before stuffing him in a tree and hanging him by his coat of a
seven-foot high fence.
He was rescued when a woman jumped out of her car, scaring away his attackers and taking the boy home.
Seven teens between the ages of 13 to 17 have been arrested in connection with the attack which lasted about 15 minutes, on a cell phone camera.
Fox News have footage here.
Police have charged the suspects with kidnapping, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment and other crimes.
"They're lucky they didn't kill him," Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said.
Nadin said he was walking with a friend in broad daylight when the two were attacked.
He added: "When I got down from off the tree, they caught me again and starting kicking me and punching me," "And they put me on the gate."