Remember the teenager who was arrested for wearing an NRA t-shirt to school? You know, exercising that pesky first amendment right on school grounds? Well, turns out that the charges against him have just been dropped in West Virginia.
From WOWK TV:
The dismissal, signed by judge Eric O’Briant comes 70 days after, then 8th grader, Jared Marcum’s pro-Second Amendment shirt, sparked what many are calling the fight over his First Amendment rights.
Even though the shirt did not violate the dress code policy, the principal of Jared’s high school decided that he didn’t like it and demanded that Jared remove the shirt. When Jared refused and then refused to stop talking (as teenagers are wont to do) the police were called and he was charged with obstruction.
Hopefully the school will see the forthcoming MASSIVE civil lawsuit against it as a much needed swift kick in the rear and keep them from doing anything this dumb again.