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Doodles Lead to New Jersey Student’s Arrest -- How's That Police State Taste, America?

 
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Doodles Lead to New Jersey Student’s Arrest -- How's That Police State Taste, America?
When a 16-year-old New Jersey boy doodled in his notebook on Tuesday, December 18, he probably didn’t expect to be arrested by the end of the day. However, when school officials saw the sketches, which they state appeared to be of weapons, and the boy “demonstrated behavior that caused them to be concerned,” the police were called.

A subsequent search of the boy’s home led to his arrest because they found several electronic parts and chemicals. He was charged with the possession of an explosive device and put in juvenile detention.

The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy, as are the details on the behavior that caused concern. The school claims the drawings were of weapons...

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When a 16-year-old New Jersey boy doodled in his notebook on Tuesday, December 18, he probably didn’t expect to be arrested by the end of the day. However, when school officials saw the sketches, which they state appeared to be of weapons, and the boy “demonstrated behavior that caused them to be concerned,” the police were called.

A subsequent search of the boy’s home led to his arrest because they found several electronic parts and chemicals. He was charged with the possession of an explosive device and put in juvenile detention.

The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy, as are the details on the behavior that caused concern. The school claims the drawings were of weapons...

Continue at --> [link to cbldf.org]
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This sucks! When my son was about ten he used to draw Transformers with lots of weapons coming out of their hands. Today, he'd probably be arrested for it.
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When a 16-year-old New Jersey boy doodled in his notebook on Tuesday, December 18, he probably didn’t expect to be arrested by the end of the day. However, when school officials saw the sketches, which they state appeared to be of weapons, and the boy “demonstrated behavior that caused them to be concerned,” the police were called.

A subsequent search of the boy’s home led to his arrest because they found several electronic parts and chemicals. He was charged with the possession of an explosive device and put in juvenile detention.

The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy, as are the details on the behavior that caused concern. The school claims the drawings were of weapons...

Continue at --> [link to cbldf.org]
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"The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy"



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When a 16-year-old New Jersey boy doodled in his notebook on Tuesday, December 18, he probably didn’t expect to be arrested by the end of the day. However, when school officials saw the sketches, which they state appeared to be of weapons, and the boy “demonstrated behavior that caused them to be concerned,” the police were called.

A subsequent search of the boy’s home led to his arrest because they found several electronic parts and chemicals. He was charged with the possession of an explosive device and put in juvenile detention.

The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy, as are the details on the behavior that caused concern. The school claims the drawings were of weapons...

Continue at --> [link to cbldf.org]
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"The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy"



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Re: Doodles Lead to New Jersey Student’s Arrest -- How's That Police State Taste, America?
As you might imagine, it sucks.
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As you might imagine, it sucks.
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They need to pass laws on what images can be drawn and what art is acceptable...of course elephant shit on the virgin Mary is ok...
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When a 16-year-old New Jersey boy doodled in his notebook on Tuesday, December 18, he probably didn’t expect to be arrested by the end of the day. However, when school officials saw the sketches, which they state appeared to be of weapons, and the boy “demonstrated behavior that caused them to be concerned,” the police were called.

A subsequent search of the boy’s home led to his arrest because they found several electronic parts and chemicals. He was charged with the possession of an explosive device and put in juvenile detention.

The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy, as are the details on the behavior that caused concern. The school claims the drawings were of weapons...

Continue at --> [link to cbldf.org]
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"The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy"



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yes caught that one too clappa
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When a 16-year-old New Jersey boy doodled in his notebook on Tuesday, December 18, he probably didn’t expect to be arrested by the end of the day. However, when school officials saw the sketches, which they state appeared to be of weapons, and the boy “demonstrated behavior that caused them to be concerned,” the police were called.

A subsequent search of the boy’s home led to his arrest because they found several electronic parts and chemicals. He was charged with the possession of an explosive device and put in juvenile detention.

The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy, as are the details on the behavior that caused concern. The school claims the drawings were of weapons...

Continue at --> [link to cbldf.org]
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"The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy"



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Re: Doodles Lead to New Jersey Student’s Arrest -- How's That Police State Taste, America?
Sucks for the youth of today. Kids use to be able to do crazy things, and not get put in prison for it. This charged their interest in these fields, and they went on to become chemists, demolition experts, or owners of local gun stores (or rocket scientists, or fire marshals, or Marines, and so on). Now they become felons.
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it's a shame people don't wake up and pull their kids out of school.
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Bring back the funny farms. Lock all of the crazy fuckers up. Watch the price of baskets drop. Yay! Cheap baskets!
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Bring back the funny farms. Lock all of the crazy fuckers up. Watch the price of baskets drop. Yay! Cheap baskets!
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