Awesome! Fellow Students Wear NRA T-Shirts to Support Arrested Student on His First Day Back in Class
“Lardieri says that he was informed by Logan City Police on Thursday that his son was facing two charges, obstructing an officer and disrupting the education process. However, Jareds attorney Ben White says that wasnt the police departments call to make.”
“White said. Charges arent officially filed or brought until the prosecuting attorneys signs off on them and they dont do that willy nilly. They do that after a thorough investigation.
“That investigation is now under way, led by juvenile prosecuting attorney Sabrina Deskins.”
Sounds to me like they are trying to rethink the charges. hee hee hee
In my opinion:
Dolt School Administrators, Keystone Cops and idiot Prosecutor.
In my experience, it is when the *rules/laws* are *interpreted* by cops and school administration. Even when it comes down to bullying [I don’t intentionally mean to throw that topic in here] but as more of an explanation of these idiots ....when it is a case of personal interpretation of the laws/rules ....those in charge fall down here, big time. then the rallying around starts amongst the cops and school. Case in point:
The next day : **Marcum’s friends also wore T-shirts displaying firearms on Friday to protest his suspension, and at least one of them was asked to remove their clothing.**
They don’t even consistently enforce the stupid rules they make. At the very least, they should be shamed into correcting things or thrown out on their ears.
My two cents on this entire event: The root of the problem is liberal/progressive educators (that includes school administrators). This should have been a non-issue. It was not against the district's dress code, but they went after the kid because it was an NRA t-shirt. The police should have never been called to deal with a t-shirt issue. It is a complete over reaction by the school, law enforcement, and the juvenile prosecuting attorney.
I have seen these type of things happen over and over again in my daughter's former government schools, but never with a NRA t-shirt, so it doesn't make the news. There is an increasing number of minors with police records for doing nothing worse than what has always occurred in schools. There are other ways of handling these problems, and in some cases the problems wouldn't even be recognized as problems 40 years ago.