Originally Posted by Saul Good
Right. As I mentioned, the piece was very clearly biased. They took a quote from a kid calling it a science project but didn't quote the police report. I don't see how everyone didn't recognize that critical details were being omitted.
still doesn't matter that much though. She wasn't even near anybody, according to this report and obviously had no intent to harm. But this police state isn't good and students shouldn't be going to school with nothing but fear on their minds. But that's america, fear = control, the more you are controlled the better it is for them.
What about the kid who got arrested for wearing a T shirt that said 'stand up for your rights'