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Well if my Tommy Joe Bob can't pull his pick-em-up into the school parking lot with his .223 Remington in his gun rack, sure nuff no brown kid named Achmed carrying some fancy computer thingy with wires stickin out and what not needs to be allowed. I'd a taken him straight to Gitmo.

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lol when they interviewed the officer.  "He wouldn't explain what it was and what it is used for, but just says it is a clock." Just maybe it was simply a clock he made. I think the engineering teacher seeing it first should have said cool, leave it here, instead of don't show anyone else and letting him wander off with it. 

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lol when they interviewed the officer. "He wouldn't explain what it was and what it is used for, but just says it is a clock." Just maybe it was simply a clock he made. I think the engineering teacher seeing it first should have said cool, leave it here, instead of don't show anyone else and letting him wander off with it.

Maybe, just maybe, Officer Bumpkin, he answered your question and figured you would understand the concept of time and decided it would a waste of his to try and dumb it down to first grade level.

Actually that would have been hillarious if the kid had went into a long lecture of the concept of time and the slow progression of man's understanding of it culminating in the crude method of measuring it based on orbiting the sun.

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i think the school initially took the right steps. if they didn't know what it was then the teacher who gave the assignment or someone from the engineering class should look it over and decide it there was a legit threat. once they determined there was no immediate cause for alarm, everything should have gone back to normal. i think the mistake was not checking it out first and then calling the police. i don't blame the school for assuming the worst, but they're at fault for not doing their due diligence and letting this be a bigger issue than it needed to be.

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Agreed Tank. If they would have asked the kid why he brought it, kid would have said he wanted to show his science teacher or whoever the hell he brought it to show, they would have verified that the science teacher was shown it earlier in the day, they tell the kid that he should have left it in the classroom next time, end of story. But instead, cops gets called, handcuffs get put on, he gets interrogated at the station, and ultimately treated like a criminal. A nerdy ass freshman in high school gets treated like a criminal.

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lol when they interviewed the officer.  "He wouldn't explain what it was and what it is used for, but just says it is a clock." Just maybe it was simply a clock he made. I think the engineering teacher seeing it first should have said cool, leave it here, instead of don't show anyone else and letting him wander off with it. 

 

The engineering teacher definitely should have taken it from him instead of telling him to hide it.  Lots of really questionable adults involved in this.

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