but, I guess the whole thing about this is
she chose to do it on her own
Yes, it appears that the first story is BS because they said it was a failed science project. So, I won't take much account into anything they report in the future.
But, still doesn't mean she should be treated as a ****ing terrorist.
But now, I want to know. What was her real motive for doing this?
Was it to gain attention? or was she genuinely interested in how chemistry works and she was experimenting out of a will to gain knowledge?
Given her 'great student' and 'never been in any trouble, ever'
kinds tells me that it's an honest mistake and a small punishment is warranted. But the police? a federal crime?
Scary world to raise a child in this country now. I wouldn't have the heart to have a child, knowing that I can't afford a good education for them and they will have to go to school in fear of making a mistake and having their life ruined over it.
If it turns out, she did this with cruel intentions. I'll eat my words, I always take accountability when I'm wrong about something (a trait not many have).