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To: Mobile Vulgus
Superintendent Larry Wiers said that "purposeful possession of weapons is one of the most serious offenses a student can commit and requires close consideration by the administration."

"Purposeful" posession, to any critical-thinking capable individual, would not include the purpose of turning a found pellet gun in. NOTE: This assumes that the details of finding the pellet gun and securing it for proper disposal by the relevant authorities (i.e.: the school administration, in this case) were correctly reported.

12 posted on 12/14/2006 12:33:43 PM PST by MortMan (I was going to be indecisive, but I changed my mind.)
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To: MortMan
"Purposeful" posession, to any critical-thinking capable individual, would not include the purpose of turning a found pellet gun in.

But it surely would include knowing where the "weapon" is and, instead of reporting it, hand carrying it to the office.

NOTE: This assumes that the details of finding the pellet gun and securing it for proper disposal by the relevant authorities (i.e.: the school administration, in this case) were correctly reported.

See post #3.

25 posted on 12/14/2006 12:48:19 PM PST by TankerKC (When I think about me, I touch myself.)
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Put the student in charge and he superintendent back to grade school so he can get a clue as to what is going on around him.


52 posted on 12/14/2006 3:54:59 PM PST by chiefqc
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