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Student suspended for gun in car

Only, he wasn’t at school. Or on school property. I guess they’ll suspend you for having guns at home soon as part of zero tolerance?

12 Responses to “Student suspended for gun in car”

  1. Flighterdoc Says:

    And where does it stop? They bust the kid for parking his car legally, off school grounds, with a legally owned shotgun in it.

    Next, they bust him for having a legally owned shotgun in his home?

  2. Tomcatshanger Says:

    This kind of thing makes me want to invest in the cheapest powder dogs will “hit” on and one of those fertilizer spreaders.

    Would be worth the money to get hits on school officials cars all the time, not to mention fire hydrants, garbage cans, trees, piles of feces, and restrooms.

    This kind of thing really pisses me off.

  3. wizardpc Says:

    That whole “in loco parentis” thing has always pissed me off. If you do something the school doesn’t like on your way to or from school, they can punish you because “the school was responsible for students traveling to and from school.”

    But you can bet your ass that if that same kid had been car-jacked a block from campus, there is NO WAY the school could be sued.

    You’re either responsible, or you’re not. You don’t get to pick.

  4. Mike M. Says:

    If that family is smart and lawyers up, the school just paid for that young man’s college education.

  5. Oscar Says:

    Mike M.:
    Nope, the taxpayers will be the ones shelling out the dough, not the school and not the idiots who propose/develop/refine/enforce these zero-tolerance rules.

  6. Spook45 Says:

    SUE; If this young person was not on school property, not at a school function, it is NONE OF THIER BUSINESS and they are way over stepping the bounds of thier authority. Also, by taking these actions if they are found to be wrong(which they are) they are also liable for violation of his/her civil rights. That child has a right to an education, and a 2nd amendmant right. This shoulld definately be challenged if for no other reason than the abuse of the zero tolerance ordinance.

  7. straightarrow Says:

    I think stocks in the public square should be brought back and every member of that school board and administration be placed in them for no less than thirty years.

  8. ATLien Says:

    Umm….where in the Constitution do you get a “right to an education”?

  9. chris L. Says:

    ok here’s one. My son (17) went to court today for having a leathrman in his back pack. He took it staight to his teacher who promptly called school police. He faces 2years at the state boys detention center! I need to hire an atorney for him (300-1000 buck) before Jan 5th. The TOOL was never used, much less in a malicious manner. The included blade was never opened. He is now withdrawn form the local school system and going will be going to the local comunity collage for his GED. WTF has this country come to?!?!?!? I’ll try and keep you all posted on this as I can and wish us luck.

  10. dave Says:

    Sounds like part of the title for a funny movie:

    Zero tolerance, infinite stupidity.

  11. RML Says:

    This isn’t an anti-gun thing so much as it’s education administrators in action, a problem Mr. L can attest to.

  12. Bill Twist Says:

    ZERO TOLERANCE = ZERO INTELLIGENCE

    We should print up a bunch of t-shirts with that and pass them out to school kids.