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So it is all said what he did was criminal -- charged with three counts of assault for that a fourteen year old freshman.
Himself booted from school earlier in the year in his crime.
But spit ball.
Douglas Kennedy would mourn our continuing series taking liberties what's up with this guy I know you're respite -- shooter bill the the US -- The US -- now ranks fifteenth in reading and 31 enough globally.
But we're kicking honor students out of school for shooting spit balls.
Since pretty crazy you know I know is stupid decision in 2010.
Andrew Michael was suspended from Virginia high school.
The charge violent criminal conduct for using a weapon at school -- the weapon you supposedly used was a -- like this.
And the violence you supposedly committed -- shooting plastics that ball spread out as it once and I -- and in about some little plastic balls that I got from -- -- -- -- -- -- the decision -- in the pen apart and -- people would Michael is now challenging the suspension in court.
His lawyer claims codes of conduct policies are out of control.
He says criminalizing normal student behavior.
We're cracking down so hard -- student from making them very compliant John Whitehead says the spirit of the American teenage -- in particular as being extinguished.
By what he calls dehumanizing.
Zero tolerance policies were raising up a generation of people who are going to be very compliant and afraid to step on line this municipal attorney disagrees.
Claiming zero tolerance at schools is necessary.
Especially after the -- -- bond we.
Have weapons like good god which you know it's a weapon then you have weapons like a -- but wait a second are we going too far when we're criminalizing.
Shooting spit balls.
When that -- -- takes that your ride.
Tell me whether or not we've gone too far.
-- -- have a record for the rest of his life for having a dangerous weapon you're talking about -- he's shooting the ball.
He's had zero tolerance policies are turning America's schools in the police states and he says that's not good for America's future.
That's it from here -- back you know we're just talking about how that stuff sticks and knives around from one who got it comes -- Douglas Kennedy thank you sir.
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