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NRA ILA: Glenn County Board of Education Reverses Student Expulsion

7 Responses to “Good”

  1. John Smith Says:

    Score one for the good guys.

  2. Mikee Says:

    When the good guys have to bring in high powered, expensive NRA attorneys and file appeals to government authorities to demonstrate that behaving in a legal, law-abiding manner is not a crime, nor worthy of punishment, I don’t think the bad guys are getting off too poorly here.

    Where are the penalties for misuse of their authority (I won’t say law, since they had none backing their actions) for infringing a constitutional right, and law-abiding activities? The bad guys see the trouble this young man went through, and the lack of any penalty for themselves, and realize they can exhibit a chilling effect on legal activities they disapprove of, simply by continuing to be the a$$holes they were in this instance.

  3. Ed Says:

    I’m not sure if sanity prevailed, or if the district looked into their crystal ball and saw a costly lawsuit in their future. A win is good, but it’s better when it’s for the right reasons.

  4. Ellen Rose Says:

    That school reminds me of a lot of places around here that have “No Smoking” signs all over. Then you go outside, and they have signs saying “Not here, either!” Haven’t smoked for forty years, and it still gets my blood riled.

    On the other hand, they’re always talking about how many people smoking kills from second-hand smoke. Wonder how the stats compare with legal guns?

  5. straightarrow Says:

    I’m with Mikee, where are the penalties?

  6. T F Stern Says:

    The fact remained, the young man broke no laws and that he parked off campus should have been enough to make this a non issue. I’m slightly angered that any reason at all had to be given for why the gun was in his truck, for hunting or personal safety should have never entered the statement. The young man should now sue the crap out of the school board for violating his civil rights, at least enough to purchase a nice new shot gun.

  7. Flighterdoc Says:

    It seems the board did (mostly) the right thing – aside from hiring an idiot administrator.

    So, sue the administrator and the cops. A civil rights suit under color of authority. Maybe a RICO enhancement too. Get the bastards house, his car, his bank accounts and his pension. When that happens a couple of times petty bureaucrats will think twice about abusing the rights of others.

    A nice new shotgun? How about a matched set of Perazzi’s?