You ought to cut people who disagree with you a little bit of slack. It isn't right to question people's motives that way. Maybe next time it will be you with slightly inaccurate information. You wouldn't want to be called a liar. In any case, Always Right's comment was uncomfortably close to reality:
"In the May 1995 case of Jane Doe v. Santa Fe Independent School District, Federal District Judge Samuel Kent placed severe restrictions on voluntary, student-initiated prayer. Additionally, Judge Kent ruled voluntary, student-initiated prayer at graduation ceremonies and athletic events was permissible only with court-ordered restrictions on the content of prayer.
In his oral opinion, Judge Kent stated: "And make no mistake, the Court is going to have a U.S. Marshall in attendance at the graduation. If any student offends this Court, that student will be summarily arrested and face up to 6 months incarceration in the Galveston County jail..." Judge Kent went on to say: "Anybody who violates these orders, no kidding, is going to wish he or she had died as a child when this court gets through with them."
Thanks for a post. I knew there was a case where the court threatend to jail students.