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Thanks to his son Bill O'Reilly -- -- Kelly file segment tonight all over the country school authorities are having to deal.
With students selling and using drugs on campus when I was -- high school -- in Miami I had the same problem kids coming to class -- and selling drugs and always.
On Monday that North Carolina Supreme Court began to hear a case of a fifteen year old girl -- school authorities suspected of carrying drugs -- -- including lifting up her broad.
And they did find narcotics.
This student's lawyer try to get the search thrown out.
But it's not turning -- anchor Megyn Kelly picks -- the story from there so it got to the highest level of North Carolina obviously this was what what -- -- -- crux of the matter.
Here they have to determine whether the search was reasonable under the circumstances and this is all in the wake of a Supreme Court US Supreme Court decision back in 2009 that looked at whether the death.
Quote strip search same sort of thing pulling the brought out by the way was the girl student was asked to pull the brought out -- teachers man handling -- right in this Supreme Court case.
Thirteen year old girl had to do that and it was over I over Ibuprofen the Supreme Court said that search was not okay you can't do that to a thirteen year old girl over Ibuprofen.
Now this is a different situation because a fifteen year old girl.
It's it's an alternative school for kids with disciplinary problems and fact they did find drugs on this girl but that's irrelevant to -- candidates whether they had their grounds in the first place it will is.
No it was it's a misdemeanor drugs I can't remember a prescription -- that's that's what they -- the company is on a girl -- and -- -- -- -- to decide whether the authorities went to Florida asking a girl would dilute the bra yet -- -- gathered to get because it here's the problem in this case yeah they did it to all the students they had reasonable indicator -- prescription pills in this school which has troubled -- in it.
And so they made all the students go through this and that's it that's a problem you need to have more usually more particular rise grounds for doing.
This it was a good throw to bitch is gonna get tossed.
I think so yeah I think it is it irrespective of the fact they did find the drugs are now in Georgia's another is a male student.
The filed a federal lawsuit against Clayton County school district.
Because he was forced to strip.
They just found there was an underwear in front I disagree other -- this one's gonna goto.
Get thrown out I think what I don't know he's but he's wants money this -- yeah I know well of of course but but I think you know he's got a legitimate point because once again.
That this Supreme Court has basically set the standard pretty -- for school administrators to prove they have the grounds to do this what do they have to collect this -- -- Seventh grader need to pulled out his pants in front of his cut the classmate somebody's gonna get caught on somebody said right one of the other kids one of the other accused of -- no -- -- got to the strip searched as they search is back is certainly not find anything -- any and any other Q what are we gonna patting it recanted.
And any -- -- -- pull out pants and a seventh grader that is traumatize him so I am not our.
Given that if you're at your school authority person.
You got to be very very careful and you -- have a just like do you law enforcement people you really reasonable cause that's right and I have to anybody -- the newest -- got to -- particular suspicion you have to do it in a way that really respects the students dignity as much as you can't finish it.
Fighting a New York City occupied protesters you -- the -- game and -- got pepper -- some almost rotate on the now to the girls that pepper sprayed the 24 year old -- menstrual Boston and Chelsea Elliott.
They're suing the cops were all kinds of stuff.
Assault battery and you don't like pepper them that well by header -- -- pepper spray or mace physical pain -- -- for raying.
All that stuff.
Now did they break the law if they were arrested and convicted I think that makes it harder for them to sue.
Clinton not necessarily because they're going after this one it's about -- -- -- -- you can show that video again but it's about this one guy who's in the white shirt who's coming over.
And basically just looks -- got to know where -- pulls up the pepper spray.
And -- shoots it at that look at the top right of your screen sort of you know at 1 o'clock on your screen -- -- -- come up and you can see this guy he's not really in dealing with -- it's not one of the guys in the blue shirts.
Got a white shirt comes over just opens of the gonna happen before this you can see -- online and opens fire on these girls with their with the -- -- -- pepper spray whatever it is.
That is not justified that NYPD is starting to discipline that officer that's not OK I think the lawsuit against that guy is going to prevail -- battery wasn't a night.
And is no I didn't say if the girls were arrested if they broke the law on us and add them is so much -- thing rather if they weren't doing anything now so that I disagree have a clear case this cops in trouble.
-- -- -- in the end Sioux tribe in South Dakota.
Says no -- on the reservation right very strict but of course -- gets on a reservation -- the alcoholism problem.
So now the reservation is suing.
MillerCoors pabst brewing right 500 million they want.
The Indians and they're they're suing the dead distributor the end where they were the people bought the beer but -- -- this is smuggled onto the reservation and a did not.
Can't have -- on the reservations in South Dakota but they're going across the border into Nebraska and they're buying it at this place called in white -- Nebraska.
In this one you know store basically but this this town of likely Nebraska has a population of twelve people.
And no publicly accessible place to lawfully consume alcohol but every day.
The for retailers in the town sell more than thirteen thousand because of the year from the reservation -- come in and -- and bring -- -- excellent -- how can hold Anheuser-Busch and Molson converted responsible for the you can't -- but the target the argument is that they know that these retailers know where the beer is going on regularly where I am able to with the guys -- in the end and -- you can't I mean is that I don't like the -- I don't think it's got any chance right on but let me tell the viewers what the deal is.
The average life expectancy on this reservation is between 42 in 52 alcohol related second lowest in North America behind.
Haiti it is that this is on US character well you know in the United States unemployment rate over 80%.
Teen suicide 150% higher than the rest of US infant mortality.
300% higher than the rest of the US medal it's everywhere and everybody should know what a terrible problem with the media should do more and his ties in what was -- -- the program the media's responsibility.
She talked about this stuff outside wanting wanting -- looking -- -- but.
This out Lima kept me up drugs she's -- -- -- fight any drugs any drugs whatsoever in your room on your person any tag you're going into a thirty day inpatient treatment program immediately.
I never even tried -- -- other commodities socialize Kelly says he's gonna.
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